Timeline

To develop and execute a comprehensive plan leading to a vote at the National Annual Meeting by the national voting members while minimizing any disruption in the delivery of the Scouting mission, the following are the phases the BSA will undertake, including a brief description and the timeline for their completion.

 

Phase

Description

Timeline

Planning

The BSA defines the desired process and intended outcomes.

Feb. 6–28

Listening

The BSA's standing committees engage key stakeholders for input and develop a summary report.

March 1–April 5

Evaluating

The BSA's officers review the summary report and prepare a resolution for the consideration of the National Council voting members.

April 5–17

Educating

The report and resolution are shared with the voting members of the National Council.

April 18–May 24

Deciding

The BSA conducts on-site information sessions for registered participants at its National Annual Meeting.

May 22–24

Implementing

Based on the resolution and vote, the BSA will determine and implement the next steps for the organization.

May 24–ongoing