USPS Board Nominees See No ‘Easy Answers,’ But Common Ground For Postal Reform

The Postal Service Board of Governors lost its quorum this week, with Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman stepping down. But the Trump administration has two nominees for the board in the pipeline.

Donald Lee Moak, a former Delta Airlines pilot and former president of the Air Line Pilots Association, and Bill Zollars, the former chairman of the logistics company YRC Worldwide, told members of the Senate Homeland Security Committee that setting a long-term business plan and redefining the Postal Service’s universal service obligation to deliver mail six days a week rank among their top priorities if confirmed.

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Jory Heckman