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Resource Management

Tuesday, 02/16/2021
Start Time:
01:30 PM
Virtual Meeting (viewable at


    DATE: Tuesday, February 16, 2021
    TIME: 1:30 pm
    PLACE: Virtual Meeting
    Viewable at OR Listen by phone: (213) 338-8477,
    Webinar ID: 932 5384 7487

    Due to the threat of COVID-19, Governor Ige issued the most recent Emergency Seventeenth Supplementary Proclamation dated December 16, 2020 that suspends parts of Hawai‘i Revised Statutes Chapter 92, Public Agency Meetings and Records to, among other things, enable boards to conduct business without any board members or members of the public physically present at the same location.
    The OHA Board of Trustees and its Standing Committees will hold virtual meetings until further notice. The virtual meetings can be viewed and observed via livestream on OHA's website at or listen by phone: (213) 338-8477, Webinar ID: 932 5384 7487

    I. Call to Order

    II. Public Testimony on Items Listed on the Agenda*

    (Please see page 2 on how to submit written testimony or provide oral testimony online. Oral testimony by telephone/landline will not be accepted)

    III. Approval of Minutes

    A. January 26, 2021

    IV. Unfinished Business

    V. New Business

    A. PRESENTATION: Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Native Hawaiian Trust Fund, Preliminary
    Analysis of Investment Performance, Period Ending December 31, 2020
    Segal Marco Advisors - John Marco, Senior Vice President and
    Craig Chaikin, CFA, Vice President

    B. ADMINISTRATION UPDATE - re: Office of Hawaiian Affairs' (OHA) implementation of recommendations made in the following two reports: Audit of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Report No. 18-03, published February 2018; and Audit of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs' Competitive Grants and Report on the Implementation of 2013 Audit Recommendations, Report No. 18-08, published June 2018

    C. ACTION ITEM RM #21-01: Approval of Non-OHA Limited Liability Company
    Managers for Hi‘ilei Aloha LLC†

    VI. Announcements

    VII. Adjournment





    If you require an auxiliary aid or accommodation due to a disability, please contact Raina Gushiken at telephone number 594-1772 or by email at: no later than three (3) business days prior to the date of the meeting. Meeting materials will be available to the public 72-hours prior to the meeting and posted to OHA's website at:

    †Notice: The 72 Hour rule, pursuant to OHA BOT Operations Manual, Section 49, shall be waived for distribution of new committee materials.
    *Public Testimony: Public testimony can be submitted to the OHA Board of Trustees either:
    (1) in writing emailed at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting, or
    (2) as live, oral testimony online during the Public Testimony portion of the virtual meeting.

    Public testimony must be limited to matters listed on the meeting agenda.

    Please visit OHA's website for more detailed information on how to submit Public Testimony at:

    Persons wishing to provide written testimony on items listed on the agenda should submit testimony via email to at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. Any testimony received after this deadline will be late testimony and distributed to the Board members after the scheduled meeting.

    Due to COVID- 19, please do not fax, mail, or hand-deliver written testimony.

    Persons wishing to provide oral testimony online during the virtual meeting must register here first:

    The registration to provide oral testimony online will remain open until the relative Public Testimony section on the agenda has concluded. You will need to register prior to this time if you would like to orally testify. Once you have completed your registration, a confirmation email will be sent to you with a link to join the virtual meeting and further instructions on how to provide oral testimony during the virtual meeting.

    To provide oral testimony online, you will need:
    (1) a computer or mobile device to connect to the internet;
    (2) internet access; and
    (3) a microphone to provide oral testimony.

    Oral testimony online will be limited to five (5) minutes.

    Oral testimony by telephone/landline will not be accepted at this time.