NU Online News Service, Feb. 2, 2004, 5:46 p.m. EST — The National Association of Insurance Commissioners is weighing several options following a clean sweep of its meetings department.[@@]
Among the options that are being considered are outsourcing the function and rebuilding the department, according to Andy Beal, general counsel for the Kansas City, Mo.-based organization.
Beal emphasizes that the department still exists and that “we don’t think that [the changes] will be disruptive to the national meetings, interim meetings or the educational seminars.”
The NAIC terminated 4 employees and accepted the resignations of 2 employees, according to Beal.
At press time, the former members of the NAIC meetings department could not be reached for comment.