Following the Board meeting, the Board will convene in executive session pursuant to ORS 192.660(2)(i) to review and evaluate the employment-related performance of the chief executive officer of any public body, a public officer, employee, or staff member who does not request an open hearing for the purpose of discussing personnel matters.
The DOJ rules call for a bit more explanation, but in any case Donegan does the real work during bathroom breaks. In other OUS news the GC Ryan Hagemann is way behind on the required evaluation of legal services at UO and the other institutions, which was supposed to be done in January or so. From May 29:
The legal services report will be made in July. When the report was initially slated, we were attempting to get historical information from DAS to understand risk management charges. We have received much of that, but, now, the Finance & Administration Committee was occupied with the important work of considering preliminary tuition proposals. This schedule will allow for a fiscal year report and I anticipate this will be how I conceive of this report going forward into the future.
Thank you for your questions.
RYAN JAMES HAGEMANN
Oregon University System