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UT Board of Trustees' Committees Meet May 13 in Nashville

May 06, 2013

KNOXVILLE – The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees' Trusteeship, Executive and Compensation, Health Affairs and Audit committees will meet Monday, May 13, in Nashville.

The Trusteeship Committee will meet at 9:30 a.m. followed by the Executive and Compensation Committee at 11 a.m. The Health Affairs Committee will meet at 12:30 p.m., and the Audit Committee will meet at 2 p.m. All times are Central.

The meetings will be held in the offices of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, 1600 Division Street, Suite 700.

Agenda item for the Trusteeship Committee:

  • Winter meeting evaluation
  • Bylaw amendment on appointment of committee vice chairs
  • Planning for the 2013 workshop

Agenda items for the Executive and Compensation Committee include:

  • President's remarks
  • Planning for the 2013 workshop
  • Tentative schedule and agenda for the annual meeting
  • Modification of terms of the UTC chancellor appointment to require residing in University-leased residence for one year
  • 2014 dates for regular board meetings and a workshop

Agenda items for the Health Affairs Committee include:

  • Financial review of existing faculty practice plans in Memphis
  • Update on efforts and discussions to implement UTMP Phase II
  • Update on UT MED practice plan

Agenda items for the Audit Committee include:

  • State audit update
  • Financial statements for the University's athletic departments
  • Audit report on the UT Foundation Inc.
  • Audit report on the UT Research Foundation
  • Audit report on the UC Foundation
  • Audit report on UT Medical Group Inc.
  • Audit report on UT LeBonheur Pediatric Specialist
  • Institutional compliance update
  • 2013 audit plan update
  • Travel exception report
  • Housing exception report

Agenda item for the Non-public Executive Session of the Audit Committee:

  • RFP Committee's recommendation for award of a contract for an information technology security posture assessment (The statute under which the University is allowed to hold a non-public executive session to discuss this item is TCA, Section 4-35-108(b).)

Anyone with a disability who wishes to attend these meetings may contact the individuals listed below to request auxiliary aids or services needed to facilitate attendance. Contact may be made in person, by writing, by e-mail, by telephone or otherwise and should be received no later than 5 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, May 8.



Gina Stafford, (865) 974-0741,
Elizabeth Davis, (865) 974-5179,