Board of Regents Fall Retreat

Thursday, October 23, 2003

Agenda

Place:           National Guard Headquarters, Fort Harrison, Rm 600

                     Map is attached.  Picture ID IS REQUIRED to enter Ft. Harrison.

Time:            8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

Purpose:       The purposes of the retreat are for the Regents and the Commissioner:

·         to clarify internal operating procedures and committees

·         to converse/listen/plan with legislative leaders (invited)

·         to review long-range projections

·         to review the BOR strategic plan for current relevance

·         to prioritize current and proposed Board/OCHE initiatives and obligations

Primary Expected Outcome:

Establish working guidelines and priorities for the next 12-18 months.

Process:        Informal conversational meeting style under the direction of the Chair.  

Participants:

Session I:

The Board of Regents and the Commissioner

Additional Participants,

Session 2:        George Dennison, Geoff Gamble

Session 3:        Three legislative leaders (invited)

Session 4:        Roger Barber, Rod Sundsted, LeRoy Schramm

 

 

SCHEDULE

Session I

8:00                  Continental breakfast; review agenda; public comment.

8:30-9:30           Executive Session (Personnel, at request of Commissioner Stearns)

Session II

9:30-10:30         Long-Range MUS Issues:  Presidents Dennison and Gamble

Session III

10:45-12:00                A Legislator’s Perspective and  Dialog:

                                 Dave Wanzenried, Doug Mood, and Bill Tash

12:00-12:45       Lunch – On-Site NG Headquarters Cafeteria

12:45 – 1:15      Tour of NG Headquarters and Emergency Services

(re: proposed memorandum of understanding between BOR and Emergency Services for Homeland Security re-grant – board item, November meeting).

Session IV

1:30 – 4:30        Regents’ Workshop:  Identify and prioritize specific assignments/tasks for Regents and OCHE. (Comprehensive worksheet in preparation; will be sent in advance)

Phone Number in Room 600 = 324-3136