All USPS BOG Public Meetings to be available online starting May 10

Beginning May 10, 2011, all open session meetings of the Board of Governors will be available via live audio webcast on Three hours after the conclusion of the open session meeting, a recorded audio file will be available for listening. In compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, the audio webcast will be open-captioned. The webcast link will remain active on the homepage of through May 13, 2011. After May 13, the recorded audio webcast will be available on

PR note:The meeting below will be the first one available online…

Postal Service Board of Governors to Meet May 10 in Washington, DC

WASHINGTON — The Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service will meet in open session May 10 at Postal Service headquarters, 475 L’Enfant Plaza, SW. The public is welcome to observe the meeting beginning at 2 p.m. in the Ben Franklin Room on the 11th floor. The Board is expected to discuss the following items:

Tuesday, May 10, 2 p.m.

1. Approval of minutes of previous meetings
2. Remarks of the Chairman of the Board
3. Remarks of the Postmaster General and CEO
4. Committee reports
5. Quarterly report on financial performance
6. Quarterly report on service performance
7. Tentative agenda for the June 20-21 meeting in Washington, DC

2 thoughts on “All USPS BOG Public Meetings to be available online starting May 10

  1. When all is said and done nothing to improve USPS debt laden financial condition will be accomplished. USPS revenue will continue to decline as the demand for products and services are not in demand. Expenses will continue to mount as the USPS spends daily than it takes in. Politicians, NAPS,League, Management, Unions and other irresponsible groups exert pressure to maintain the system as it is without regard to cost or need. The USPS needs have decreased with time and changing demographics. Small community post offices in the past had a need to provide service to a confined area: that is history.
    Sat. mail delivery at l time was the American way of life in keeping people and business connected. That is history as advancements in technology has changed the American way of staying in touch and connecting with each other and businesses. First class mail volume both personal and business has declined and will continue to do so as younger generation uses the INTERNET,TABLETS,SMART PHONES, FACEBOOK TO COMMUNICATE SOCIALLY AND BUSINESS. NEW APPS ARE BEING MADE AVAILABLE DAILY TO FURTHER THIS PROCESS. Children are computer savvy before starting to school and are educated via use of electronic communications This adds to further decline in USPS revenue as Bulk standard mail is leading product with low revenue generation . Parcel business highly competitive; Priority and EXPRESS has chance to increase market share with excellent advertising.
    Sat. mail delivery is comparable to black and white television as advanced technology has eliminated it as a thing of the past. The cost factor is continually increasing as fuel cost for 190,000+vehicles and personnel salaries are increasing. The monetary return for providing Sat. mail route is a total wasted cost. Sales papers, advertising mail are not time sensitive that are mailed for delivery on Fri. Sat.. Time sensitives are mailed for delivery in early part of week as sales are usually weekend time frames.
    USPS must have a new business model to maintain some form of existence.

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