Bucking its recent tradition of holding no meetings during the dog days of August, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board has rejiggered its schedule – and moved its July meeting to August. In a release Thursday, the agency said it would move the open meeting originally scheduled for July 26 to Aug. 2 (at 10 a.m.), a week later than originally planned. Typically, the board skips its meeting in August of each year. Over the past seven years or so, it has only missed one meeting other than in August (in March, 2017). No reason was given for the change (although the agency typically notes that its board meeting schedule is “subject to change”).