USPS board’s governors now mostly Biden picks following latest Senate confirmations

The Postal Service is adding new members to its board at a time when the agency is looking to implement sweeping reforms and advance one of the largest acquisitions of vehicles in the federal government.

The Senate, in a voice vote Thursday, confirmed President Joe Biden’s two latest members to the USPS Board of Governors.

Dan Tangherlini, the former head of the General Services Administration, will serve a term that lasts through December 2027. Derek Kan, a former deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, will serve on a term through December 2028.

Once Tangherlini and Kan are sworn in, a majority of the nine presidentially appointed, Senate-confirmed seats on the USPS Board of Governors will be Biden nominees.


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DeJoy should have been him jail a year + ago for campaigns fraud ,destroying government property ,removing mail boxes for the purpose of mail in ballets not getting to be counted in time ,slowing down the mail causing health problems for people who get medication in the mail . we ordered medication it went 2 places twice – took 2 weeks+ to get here ,this month our Ameron bill was mailed to us the 7th today is the 15th we still haven’t received it yet ! Trump put DeJoy in there on a quid pro quo deal – trump for… Read more »

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