USPS Board Of Governors To Meet In Closed Session Jan. 10 and Jan. 11

TIMES AND DATES: 4 p.m., Monday, January 10, 2011; and 9 a.m., Tuesday, January 11, 2011.

PLACE:  Long Beach, California, at the Renaissance Hotel, 111 East Ocean Boulevard.

STATUS:  (Closed).


Monday, January 10, at 4 p.m. (Closed)

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

Tuesday, January 11, at 9 a.m. (Closed)

1. Continuation of Monday’s agenda.

CONTACT PERSON FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Julie S. Moore, Secretary of the Board, U.S. Postal Service, 475 L’Enfant Plaza, SW., Washington, DC
20260-1000. Telephone (202) 268-4800.

5 thoughts on “USPS Board Of Governors To Meet In Closed Session Jan. 10 and Jan. 11

  1. And, if you work for the Post Office and never touch a piece of mail, your days should be numbered! (Or at the very least your salary should be lowered!)

  2. We need to go to a 5 day delivery week, cut out Districts and Area’s all together and bring everyone back to the Plants. Have language in contract stipulating going to “high 5” calculation for next 6 years to flush out people on CSRS into retiring, thus costing the service nothing to get rid of these hanger ons who are just waiting for some cash to retire.

    Also, do away with ALL details and relocation expenses. There is no need to move managers willy nilly at large cost to the service. Local people can manage just as well as out of towners. Just movin the mail here people, not building rockets.

  3. I fully agree with Nick Amente’s comment on another early out. However, it should be another buy out instead. The buy out should be targeted to the remaining Civil Service Employees. They are the ones that are most expensive to the Postal Service. If they are given a good incentive or additional time in service, they will go and leave room enough for those that are begining in the Federal Service.

  4. The Board of Governors should be talking about another (early out) proposal, only this time give everyone enough time to consider. The only way to change the Business Model is to change the work force. Right now they can’t do that.

    The Contract negotiations is nothing more than a “Dog & Pony” show. How can you settle on a contract when you don’t know what the “Business Model” will finally look like. Congress first has to “Act” legislation then everything else will be able to fall in place.

    This year 2011 is the “Perfect Storm” for the Future of the USPS!

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