103 EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
103.1 For the purposes of this chapter, the term "executive session" means a Board meeting where the public, employees of the Board, or any other persons may be excluded.
103.2 The Board may enter into executive session, and discuss any matter upon which it will not vote, make resolutions or rulings, or take action of any kind, including the following:
(a) Personnel matters, including the recruitment, appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, compensation, removal, or resignation of employees, or other individuals over whom it has jurisdiction;
(b) Employee disciplinary actions;
(c) General Counsel briefings on litigation strategy;
(d) Confidential proceedings under the Campaign Finance Act;
(e) Quasi-judicial deliberations;
(f) Matters which would result in the disclosure of information specifically exempted from disclosure by statute;
(g) Matters which would result in the disclosure of trade secrets and commercial or financial information;
(h) Matters which would involve a clear and unwarranted invasion of privacy, an accusation of a crime, or formal censure; and
(i) Matters which would result in the disclosure investigatory records compiled for law enforcement purposes.
SOURCE: Final Rulemaking published at 28 DCR 1726 (April 17, 1981), incorporating by reference the text of Proposed Rulemaking published at 28 DCR 684, 687 (February 13, 1981); as amended by Final Rulemaking published at 56 DCR 3937 (May 15, 2009); as amended by Final Rulemaking published at 57 DCR 3263 (April 16, 2010); as amended by Final Rulemaking published at 62 DCR 14744 (November 13, 2015).