New USPS board chairman supports DeJoy, ‘self-sustaining’ operating model

The Postal Service has named a new chairman to its Board of Governors, a move that will likely ensure Postmaster General Louis DeJoy stays on as the agency’s chief executive.

The USPS Board of Governors on Wednesday unanimously elected Roman Martinez IV, a Republican member of the board, to serve as its next chairman.

Martinez will take over for Democrat Ron Bloom, a former member of the board whose term expired in December.

The board also elected Anton Hajjar, former general counsel of the American Postal Workers Union, to serve as its vice chairman.

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