In general I like the spirit of the proposal, and think it is a wise decision to put assets to work in this manner. Will there be specific criteria used to determine which pools we stake in within those protocols? If so, what are those criteria? If not, I think there definitely should be some consideration towards a framework for choosing specific pools within those approved protocols even if it's something as simple as we diversify across the top x pools based on TVL, APR, or some other metric?
Similarly, there should be a framework for adding future protocols before bringing the protocol to the DAO for a vote. I think these things need to be thought through & decided upon prior to a final vote on OIP-20.
I know this may seem like additional burden placed on the managers, however, thinking through these things now and having specific criteria & frameworks in place will help to achieve the stated goal of "managing our treasury assets with agility, without the need to go through a (lengthy) governance cycle." It will also help build trust between the asset holders and the managers of the treasury as there will be standards in place. Should something go wrong the managers can attest to the fact that they acted in accordance with the criteria and the frameworks set forth and voted on by everyone.