USPS Governors Elect Leaders

Jan 11, 2005, 00:00 ET from U.S. Postal Service

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Governors of the U.S. Postal
 Service today elected James C. Miller III of Virginia to be chairman and Alan
 C. Kessler of Pennsylvania to be vice chairman for 2005.
     Governor Miller, a former Director of the U.S. Office of Management and
 Budget, was appointed a Governor in April 2003.  He has broad government,
 private sector and academic experience and serves as Chairman of The
 CapAnalysis Group, an economic, financial and regulatory consulting firm
 associated with the international law firm Howrey Simon Arnold & White.
     Governor Kessler is a Philadelphia attorney and partner in the firm of
 Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, LLP, with substantial experience in the
 defense of class-action litigation, including securities, antitrust, toxic
 tort and civil rights cases. He was appointed a Governor in November 2000 and
 serves as Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee.
     For detailed information on the Board of Governors and its members, please
 visit http://www.usps.com/communications/organization/bog.htm
 
     Since 1775, the Postal Service has connected friends, families, neighbors
 and businesses by mail.  It is an independent federal agency that visits 142
 million homes and businesses every day and is the only service provider
 delivering to every address in the nation.  The Postal Service receives no
 taxpayer dollars for routine operations, but derives its operating revenues
 solely from the sale of postage, products and services.  With annual revenues
 of more than $69 billion, it is the world's leading provider of mailing and
 delivery services, offering some of the most affordable postage rates in the
 world.  The Postal Service delivers more than 46 percent of the world's mail
 volume -- some 206 billion letters, advertisements, periodicals and packages a
 year -- and serves seven million customers each day at its 37,000 retail
 locations nationwide.
 
 

SOURCE U.S. Postal Service
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Governors of the U.S. Postal
 Service today elected James C. Miller III of Virginia to be chairman and Alan
 C. Kessler of Pennsylvania to be vice chairman for 2005.
     Governor Miller, a former Director of the U.S. Office of Management and
 Budget, was appointed a Governor in April 2003.  He has broad government,
 private sector and academic experience and serves as Chairman of The
 CapAnalysis Group, an economic, financial and regulatory consulting firm
 associated with the international law firm Howrey Simon Arnold & White.
     Governor Kessler is a Philadelphia attorney and partner in the firm of
 Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, LLP, with substantial experience in the
 defense of class-action litigation, including securities, antitrust, toxic
 tort and civil rights cases. He was appointed a Governor in November 2000 and
 serves as Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee.
     For detailed information on the Board of Governors and its members, please
 visit http://www.usps.com/communications/organization/bog.htm
 
     Since 1775, the Postal Service has connected friends, families, neighbors
 and businesses by mail.  It is an independent federal agency that visits 142
 million homes and businesses every day and is the only service provider
 delivering to every address in the nation.  The Postal Service receives no
 taxpayer dollars for routine operations, but derives its operating revenues
 solely from the sale of postage, products and services.  With annual revenues
 of more than $69 billion, it is the world's leading provider of mailing and
 delivery services, offering some of the most affordable postage rates in the
 world.  The Postal Service delivers more than 46 percent of the world's mail
 volume -- some 206 billion letters, advertisements, periodicals and packages a
 year -- and serves seven million customers each day at its 37,000 retail
 locations nationwide.
 
 SOURCE  U.S. Postal Service