The calls followed much recent speculation from various stakeholders, including managers, referees, players and officials, as to whether the 2020 season should be abandoned.
However, RTÉ Sport has learned that the target remains to be in a position to start the All-Ireland Championships in September or October.
It’s expected that all GAA activity will be grounded until 20 July.
After that, training will resume at club level – providing officials are satisfied that it is safe to do so.
Some counties have already tweaked existing club championship formats and put in place a new framework to run off their domestic campaigns behind closed doors.
“There was a lot of speculation regarding the inter-county championships being cancelled this year but not much is changing for the foreseeable future,” a source said.
“There is a long way to go before any games might be played but the target is to have championships this year.”
The prospect of the inter-county season spilling over into 2021 wasn’t discussed, but already some counties have said they wouldn’t have a problem with that happening.
Neither was the issue of games being played behind closed doors debated in great detail during the series of calls.
A meeting of the GAA’s Management Committee is also on the agenda in the coming days.