The GAA is due to present the findings of a probe into Donegal GAA affairs this evening.
The Donegal County Board’s monthly meeting will hear a report on a review of the finances, governance and the Academy.
It follows the shock resignation of former Head of Academy, Karl Lacey, in February and the departure of Senior Manager Paddy Carr in March.
The GAA subsequently took advantage of its wide remit to investigate all issues during an independent probe.
At the time of Lacey’s exit, the county board said there was “no suggestion of any misconduct relating to Karl or academy personnel,” adding that it wanted to “most strongly caution against and condemn any such suggestion.