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Disposition of Monitoring Reports

Disposition of Monitoring Reports on Policies 2.4 and 2.5

As approved on October, 2009. This motion was presented by the Board at their regular meeting.

The Board accepts the monitoring reports for policies 2.4 and 2.5 as
presented and received on 21 Sept 2009, and finds that the interpretation does not meet the standard for reasonableness.  The Board advises the President to revise the interpretation to meet the Board’s standard as identified in Policy 4.4.3 in the next rotation of this report in September
2010.

View the complete October 2009 Board minutes from which this motion was taken.

Disposition of Monitoring Reports on Policies 2.6 and 2.10

As approved on January 14, 2010. These seven motions were presented and adopted by the Board at their regular meeting.

  • RE: the Monitoring report for Policy 2.6 (PDF), the Board accepts the report as presented, but finds that the interpretation is incomplete and consequently unreasonable because it does not include metrics to show results and properly evaluate the data presented. It is expected that the President will integrate appropriate metrics and their corresponding rationale into his interpretation in the next rotation of monitoring these policies.
     
  • Re: (2.10.3), (2.10.4), (2.10.9), (2.10.10), (2.10.11) and (2.10): The Board accepts the reports (PDF, 11 pages) as presented, but finds that the interpretation is incomplete and consequently unreasonable because it does not include metrics to show results and properly evaluate the data presented. It is expected that the President will integrate appropriate metrics and their corresponding rationale into his interpretation in the next rotation of monitoring these policies.
     
  • 2.10.1 The Board accepts the report as presented, but finds that the interpretation is incomplete and consequently unreasonable because intangible assets are not addressed and it does not include metrics to show results and properly evaluate the data presented. It is expected that the President will address these concerns in his next rotation of monitoring this policy.
     
  • 2.10.5 The Board accepts the report as presented, but finds that the interpretation is incomplete and consequently unreasonable because the scope of interpretation is too narrow and it does not include metrics to show results and properly evaluate the data presented. It is expected that the President will address these concerns in his next rotation of monitoring this policy.
     
  • 2.10.6 The Board accepts the report as presented, but finds that the interpretation is incomplete and consequently unreasonable because it does address enforcement and it does not include metrics to show results and properly evaluate the data presented. It is expected that the President will address these concerns in his next rotation of monitoring this policy.
     
  • 2.10.7 The Board agrees with the President that there is non-compliance with this policy. We accept the report and expect that the relevant policies will be in place by the next rotation of monitoring this policy, as indicated in the report presented.
     
  • Re 2.10.2 and 2.10.8 The Board accepts these reports but finds their interpretation and accompanying rationale as unreasonable. The Board expects that a revised interpretation and rationale is offered in the next rotation of monitoring on these policies.

View the complete January 2010 Board minutes from which these motions were taken.

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