Two Confirmed To USPS Board Of Governors

After 20 months with no members, the United States Postal Service Board of Governors is no longer empty as two members were confirmed by the Senate on Aug. 28.

The board, which is charged with overseeing the federal agency and setting postal rates, had been without any members because of political stalemates that effectively blocked confirmation of new board members for years. The members are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate. The board also includes the postmaster general and deputy postmaster general.

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Bill McAllister