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the official in charge of the national postal service

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Providing perspective on the changing media landscape and the use of new technologies to improve the effectiveness of mail for both senders and receivers, the Postmaster General and other senior postal leaders discussed trends in the use of mail and efforts by the Postal Service to spur growth in the mailing industry.
Identum's Postmaster General is the next evolutionary step in enterprise email privacy.
Every year the Committee makes about 35 stamp recommendations to the Postmaster General, who then makes the final decision.
Henderson, addressing his final forum as Postmaster General, told the mailers gathered in Orlando, FL, 'Your success, to a large part, is dependent on our success.
Call or write to the postmaster general of your local post office for the forwarding address of the business or the owners.
WASHINGTON -- Following today's announcement by United States Postal Service Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, National Rural Letter Carriers' Association (NRLCA) President Jeanette P.
Address : O/O The Postmaster General,Pune Region, Pune 411001
Telephone/Web Conference With Postmaster General Donahoe and CFO Corbett
There would be zero tolerance to corruption at all levels, the minister warned while inaugurating two-Day Postmaster General Conference 2011 at Postal Staff College and asked the officers to work hard for providing better services to the people.
CUTLINE: District Manager Mike Powers presents a signed certificate from the postmaster general of the United States to Mary "Cathy" Moody, newly appointed Jefferson postmaster.
The Royal Mail was formerly in the charge of a government minister, the Postmaster General.
Joining Miller in Washington and Postmaster General John Potter for the dedication were Edwin Meese III, Reagan's senior adviser and later attorney general; Sen.
You have worked with us to introduce new ideas, new practices and new procedures that ultimately result in higher quality products and services," Postmaster General John E.
The mid-December news story, coming a month after yet another angry Yates letter to Postmaster General Marvin Runyon, led Rogers to order his staff and a team of postal inspectors to find out just how bad things really were "up north.
Potter, Postmaster General and CEO: "Several years ago, we set out to transform the Postal Service.