It will be the first official meeting of Twickenham top brass since an ill-fated World Cup unravelled amid condemnation of England's conduct off the pitch and performances on it.
The RFU are refusing to reveal what issues are up for discussion, but Johnson's ability to continue in his post is sure to top the agenda.
Given the chaos that reigns at every level of the RFU, concrete recommendations are unlikely be forthcoming.
The confusion is exacerbated by the mind-boggling six reviews launched into the health of English rugby, all of which remain ongoing.
But reports state that Twickenham chiefs are willing for Johnson to continue, if he agrees to a radical overhaul of his backroom staff.
The thoughts of Johnson himself remain unknown, however, and the 41-year-old's contract expires at the end of December, with a squad to be named for the RBS 6 Nations in early January.
Acting chief executive Martyn Thomas has distanced the RFU from reports that Johnson was given "seven to 14 days" after England's departure from the World Cup to decide his future.
Support for Johnson has been delivered by New Zealand's World Cup-winning head coach Graham Henry.
"I know Martin reasonably well as he was captain of the Lions in 2001 and he was a fabulous leader," said Henry.
"I'd imagine he's still the same character - people don't change.
"Often we shoot our coaches because they haven't got the results but they remain the best people for the job.
"If Martin is the best person for the job he should be reappointed."
Former management board chairman Thomas' own position is also shrouded in doubt following heavy criticism of his role in the recruitment and departure of former chief executive John Steele.
The RFU's board of directors has been warned by the clubs that unless Thomas is axed, the clubs will take action.
Former chief executive Francis Baron, Steele's predecessor, is among those calling for his removal.
"The RFU now desperately need a clean break and a new board," Baron told the Evening Standard.
"If it's the old discredited board who are recruiting the new chief executive, the same people who recruited John Steele, I'm worried that they won't go for a heavyweight and get it right.
"When things go wrong on your watch, it's a well-established tradition in British public life that you do the honourable thing.
"But decision-making in the RFU now seem to be focused on self-preservation, not on taking the game forward.
"To see the organisation that you left in excellent shape fall into the current state of disrepair and disrepute is absolutely heart-rending.
"It's like seeing a favoured son going off the rails."
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