USPS Board Of Governors Votes To Close July 15 2009 Meeting To Public

PR note: Most of USPS BOG latest meetings closed to public

 At its closed session meeting on June 23, 2009, the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service voted unanimously to close to public observation its meeting to be held on July 15, 2009, in Washington, DC via teleconference. The Board determined that no earlier public notice was possible.

Items Considered:
    1. Financial Matters.
    2. Strategic Issues.
    3. Pricing.
    4. Personnel Matters and Compensation Issues.
    5. Governors’ Executive Session–discussion of prior agenda items and Board Governance.

General Counsel Certification: The General Counsel of the United States Postal Service has certified that the meeting is properly closed under the Government in the Sunshine Act.

8 thoughts on “USPS Board Of Governors Votes To Close July 15 2009 Meeting To Public

  1. Obama has full control of house and senate. I’m guessing he has control of Post Office too.

    Shit. They told me if I didn’t vote democrat this would happen.

  2. We know what we are doing and you peons don’t have a need to know. Get to work. You are lucky you have jobs.

  3. Obviously they are discussing more strategies that don’t work, like contravening contracts and LMOUs made with the unions, like reverting jobs that haven’t been posted, like counting each day of a sick absence as a separate instance, and (more importantly) harassing people into retiring early with new and improved workroom floor policies that make no sense whatsoever.

  4. how can congress or obama let them keep closing the meetings to the public??? where is the transparency there????
    got a bad feeling on this one.. here comes the screwssssss….
    buckle up baby.. bog gonna take you for a ride…

  5. This is very UN-AMERICAN! It’s obvious that the USPS has numerous problems to resolve–IMMEDIATELY. ONLY INCENTIVES given will reduce the work-force. Why haven’t the EXEC’s of the USPS taken advantage of the VERA’S??…I’m quite sure they qualify?

  6. Every member of the BOG’s should be fired. 3 meetings in a row in secret? It sounds like they are being run by the Nixon administration.

  7. So much for open government as promised. Just what exactly is on going to close the meetings? What are these public servants (ha-ha) hiding from the American public?

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