USPS: PMG Brennan updates employees on business

http://a248.e.akamai.net/f/248/60653/1d/usps.download.akamai.com/60653/streaming/vod/BizFocus070219.mp4 Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan’s latest “Business Focus” video updates USPS employees on service improvements, efforts to develop a 10-year business plan for the organization and other topics. The Postal Service’s latest data trends show improvements in on-time performance, Brennan reports. The organization is using this information to drive process improvements and to deliver…

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USPS BOG Elections held for chairman, vice chairman

Robert M. Duncan and David C. Williams have been elected chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the USPS Board of Governors. The elections occurred Sept. 13 during an open meeting of the board’s temporary emergency committee (TEC). Also, Williams was appointed chairman, and Duncan, vice chairman, of the TEC. Both Duncan and Williams were recently…

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Privatization of the USPS — Postal Hub podcast

July 30, 2018 The Trump Administration recently announced that privatization is on the cards for the US Postal Service. Mark Fallon, President and CEO of the Berkshire Company, joins me to analyse the announcement. We cover: What the announcement really means, including whether or not it is binding The possibility of Congress passing legislation to…

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Postal board finally receives three nominees to fill vacant posts

Washington Postal Scene — By Bill McAllister October 27, 2017 President Donald Trump finally has come to the aid of the United States Postal Service by announcing he will soon nominate three individuals, including the agency’s former inspector general, to serve on the agency’s long vacant board of governors. The White House disclosed the three…

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DNC Planned To Reward Big Donors With Federal Appointments (including USPS Board Of Governors)

By Chuck Ross – July 24, 2016 Democratic National Committee documents recently released by WikiLeaks include spreadsheets and emails that appear to show party officials planning which donors and prominent fundraisers to provide with appointments to federal boards and commissions. The documents, which were circulated among top DNC officials in April, could raise legal questions…

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President Obama’s latest nominee for USPS Board of Governors

Not only is President Obama’s latest nominee for the USPS Board of Governors, Jeffrey A. Rosen, another pro-privatization Republican, but he was also an advisor to Mitt Romney! Mitt had on his presidential platform to privatize the USPS. Although there is not a single good candidate nominated, Jeffrey A. Rosen appears to be one of…

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USPS Inspector General David C. Williams announces retirement

January 22, 2016 To all staff, I would like to announce a new round of significant operational changes. Actually I can’t do that… because I can’t think of what another round could possibly look like. You are perfect. And so…I am saying goodbye. My last day is Friday, February 19. You may remember I was…

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Red letter day: The USPS poised to deliver ‘frank appraisal’ of its status

By Jennifer Harper – Monday, January 5, 2015 Now that the holiday rush is over, change is afoot in the nation’s mail. On Tuesday, outgoing Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, who has led the oft-challenged U.S. Postal Service for four years, heads to the National Press Club for some candid talk about the future of an…

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