Postal Policy Lunch

Postal Regulatory Commissioner Robert Taub

Taub was sworn in as Commissioner on October 2011, appointed by President Obama following his serving for two years as Special Assistant to Secretary of the Army John McHugh. 

No stranger to postal policy, Taub served as Representative McHugh’s longtime Chief of Staff.  In that role, he led Congressional postal oversight and reform activities, and crafted much of the legislation that became the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006.

Index of Postal Freedom

What's New

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