Meetings are set to be held in 11 of 12 months during 2018 – all on Thursdays as in recent years — by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board, according to a schedule released by the agency leadership Monday.
The board plans to meet in every month other than August, a month the board has routinely skipped in past years. Board meetings are
In 2017, the board skipped meetings in two months – August, and before that, in March, when the board canceled a previously scheduled meeting. In prior years (at least since 2010) the board had only skipped the August meeting in a single year.
All of the meetings for 2018 are scheduled to be held at agency headquarters in Alexandria, Va.
The NCUA Board now has only two of three total seats filled; one seat has been unfilled since the retirement of Chairman Debbie Matz (D) in 2016. The term of Board Member Rick Metsger (D) expired in August; he’s served on the board since . However, no successor has been nominated by President Donald Trump. Metsger may remain on the board until a nominee for his seat is confirmed by the Senate.
The term of Board Chairman J. Mark McWatters (R), who was named to lead the board by Trump in January, expires in August, 2019.
Scheduled board meetings for 2018 are (all Thursdays):
- Jan. 25
- Feb. 15
- March 15
- April 19
- May 24
- June 21
- July 26
- Sept. 20
- Oct. 18
- Nov. 15
- Dec. 20