Senate Committee Approves USPS Board Picks Committed To 10-Year Reform Plan

The Postal Service is one step away from having its first fully staffed Board of Governors in years, now that the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has approved President Joe Biden’s three nominees to serve on the board.

The three nominees, if confirmed by the full Senate, would help USPS move ahead with the 10-year reform plan it released last month. The nominees, in a committee hearing last week, praised key features of the plan, while expressing wariness about elements of the plan that could hurt delivery standards.

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Jory Heckman