"These are grey areas and the Board is aware of them and is serious to set things right," Nair told reporters after attending a meeting of Board's Tours Programmes and Fixtures Committee, of which he is the convenor.
The committee finalised the venues and dates for the forthcoming 12 One-day internationals against Sri Lanka and South Africa in October-November.
Speaking further Nair said the need for a permanent team manager became evident during the Indian squad's departure for Zimbabwe on August 22 when a few players reported late at the team hotel near the airport.
"They (managers) keep changing and that's not good. We are aware of the need for a permanent manager and are serious about appointing one," he said adding that the other grey areas were absence of a dedicated website and a media manager.
Nair said there was no immediate threat of the Board's headquarters being shifted to Delhi.
"We have received a proposal from the Mumbai Cricket Association to locate it inside its premises. It's under consideration," he said.