On June 8, 2010 the White House announced the withdrawal of the nomination of Paul Steven Miller to the USPS Board of Governors. There was no explanation given for this withdrawal of nomination. Miller was nominated on January 29, 2010 “for a term expiring December 8, 2016, vice Carolyn L. Gallagher, term expired.”
According to the January 29, 2010 press releases :
Paul Steven Miller is the Henry M. Jackson Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law who is an expert in workplace and employment law. He has spent his career moving between academia, public service, and law practice. Most recently, Professor Miller spent the first nine months of the Obama Administration as a Special Assistant to the President in The White House. Prior to joining the University of Washington faculty in 2004, Professor Miller had been one of the longest serving commissioners of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency which enforces employment discrimination laws. He has also served in The White House as Liaison to the Disability Community and as Deputy Director of the U.S. Office of Consumer Affairs during the Clinton Administration. Earlier in his career, Professor Miller was the Director of Litigation for the Western Law Center for Disability Rights and a lawyer at the Los Angeles law firm of Manatt Phelps and Phillips. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, cum laude, and the Harvard Law School.
On June 8, 2010 the White House announced:
WITHDRAWAL SENT TO THE SENATE:
Paul Steven Miller, of Washington, to be a Governor of the United States Postal Service for a term expiring December 8, 2016, vice Carolyn L. Gallagher, term expired, which was sent to the Senate on February 1, 2010.