The NCUA board of directors will hold its monthly board meeting next Thursday, March 19, but no regulatory matters will be considered, and no open session will be held.
According to the NCUA’s website, the agency will only consider two items during a closed session: a supervisory matter and a personnel matter.
As has been reported, the agency has been rocked by scandal in recent weeks, after the Office of Inspector General released a report outlining allegations of alcohol and marijuana consumption, as well as visits to strip clubs, while the agency’s then-General Counsel Michael McKenna was on the job. However, as CU Times reported, the IG report largely ignored sexual harassment allegations by former Deputy General Counsel Lara Daly-Sims.
McKenna left the agency in November. It is unclear if the board will discuss the allegations outlined in the report during the upcoming meeting.