CPB Board of Directors to Meet Telephonically on July 8, 2020

Jul 02, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 30, 2020) -- The CPB Board of Directors will hold a telephonic meeting on Wednesday, July 8, from 2 – 4:15 pm Eastern Time. On the draft agenda:

Public Session:

  • Approval of Minutes (public and executive sessions)
  • Chair’s and Directors’ Remarks
  • Discussion of Remaining 2020 Board Meeting Dates
  • President’s Report
  • Update on Education
  • Discussion and Approval of FY 2021 Proposed Operating Budget
  • Discussion of Goals and Objectives
  • Future Agenda Items
  • Resolution: Authorization to Submit CPB’s Annual Budget Request to OMB for CPB’s FY 2024 General Appropriation and FY 2022 Interconnection Appropriation

Executive Session:

  • Report on CPB's FY 2024/2022 ‎Budget Request to OMB (resolution in public session)
  • Interconnection Committee Chair Report
  • Public Television Interconnection (sIX) Stage 2
  • Update on Ready To Learn
  • Supplemental Schedules for the FY 2021 Proposed Operating Budget

Updated notice July 2, 2020: With the exception of the executive session, the public may listen to this meeting. Please contact CPB at ocsec@cpb.org or 202-879-9710 for instructions. An audio recording of the public session will be made available on cpb.org after the meeting.

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