USPS fills leadership ranks with new deputy postmaster general, 2 board members
The Postal Service is filling up its leadership ranks, and is close to having its first fully staffed Board of Governors in more than a decade.
USPS is naming its Chief Human Resources Officer Doug Tulino to serve as deputy postmaster general, a position left vacant for a year.
Meanwhile, previous Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman will rejoin the agency by serving on its Board of Governors. The Senate approved his nomination Wednesday in a 69-30 vote to serve on the board through December 2021, and voted 66-32 for Stroman to serve on the board through December 2028.
The Senate on Thursday also approved the nomination of Amber McReynolds, the chief executive officer of the nonprofit National Vote at Home Institute and the former director of elections in Denver, as a member of the board. The Senate voted 59-38 for McReynolds to serve on the board through December 2026.