Yes, it is more recently possible to configure the accounts responsible for managing the Android Enterprise organisation (enterprise) ID
Add an account
NB: Owners can add and remove other accounts, while Admins are limited to only managing the enterprise. This follows the same permissions model as other enterprise solutions Google offers, such as zero-touch.
Remove an account
The same recommendations continue to apply when adding new accounts - if you're making a new Google account to add in, please use the "current email address" option and associate the Google account with a work email address. This makes account recovery much simpler, and avoids questions around why
firstname.lastname@example.org exists in future.
In other words, don't do what I did when I bound my EMM to
email@example.com back in 2017 (see above).
Note also that Google Workspace accounts are not supported for administering enterprises. If a Google Workspace user is invited, they will receive an invite only to be informed "G Suite users are not supported":
Perhaps this will be addressed in future, or at the very least engineering will update the message to reflect the Google Workspace branding.
One final point to mention, a Google account can only administer one enterprise. If an invited account is already administering another enterprise, they will see an error: