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The US Gov. divested itself of USPS over 30 years ago. Below is a partial list of it's management. As you can see, it has a normal business leadership positions, not any government positions.www.usps.com/communications/newsroom/assets/images/PostalLeadership/pmg_graphic.jpg" alt="" />www.usps.com/communications/newsroom/assets/images/PostalLeadership/pmgceo_graybar.jpg" alt="" />www.usps.com/communications/newsroom/assets/images/PostalLeadership/nws_ldr_ci_fpo_1.jpg" alt="" />John (Jack) E. Potter
Postmaster General & Chief Executive OfficerNamed 72nd postmaster general of the United States of America on June 1, 2001, Jack Potter has led the Postal Service to record levels of service, efficiency, and financial performance.
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Postmaster General and Chief Executive OfficerPatrick R. Donahoe
Deputy Postmaster General and COORobert F. Bernstock
President, Mailing and Shipping Services
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
From the Federal Daily, Sept. 2009
Section 1—Postal Organization
The Postal Service is one of the largest civilian organizations, employing nearly 685,000 full-time career employees and 100,000 part-time employees. With annual operating revenues of more than $75 billion, the Postal Service delivers over 200 billion pieces of mail every year to more than 146 million delivery points.
USPS has headquarters in Washington, D.C., but maintains postal facilities throughout the United States, including nearly 37,000 post offices, stations, branches and contract units. The Postal Service is governed by a nine-member Board of Governors, whose members are appointed by the President with Senate confirmation. The nine Governors then select a Postmaster General, who becomes a member of the Board. Those 10 select a Deputy Postmaster General, who also serves on the Board.
The nine Governors of the Postal Service are appointed for staggered nine-year terms and can be removed only for cause. In addition, no more than five Governors may belong to the same political party. The Postmaster General serves at the pleasure of the Governors for an indefinite period and is the Chief Executive Officer of the Postal Service. The Deputy Postmaster General serves at the pleasure of the Postmaster General and the Board.
The Board directs the exercise of the powers of the Postal Service, directs and controls its expenditures, reviews its practices, conducts long-range planning, and sets policies on all postal matters. The Board takes up matters such as service standards, capital investments and facilities projects exceeding $25 million. It also approves officer compensation.
Following are the current members of the Board of Governors:
Alan C. Kessler, Chairman
Carolyn Lewis Gallagher, Vice Chairman
Mickey D. Barnett, Member
James H. Bilbray, Member
Louis J. Giuliano, Member
Thurgood Marshall, Jr., Member
James C. Miller III, Member
Katherine C. Tobin, Member
Ellen C. Williams, Member
John E. Potter, Postmaster General and CEO
Patrick R. Donahoe, Deputy Postmaster General and COO