AUSPL Leadership Meets with
USPS Postmaster General Megan Brennan
On March 221, 2017 in Washington, D.C. USPS Postmaster General met with AUSPL Leadership. Ms. Brennan thanked AUSPL and the postal lessors for their participation in a successful public-private partnership which is vitally important to the mission of the USPS. Ms. Brennan asked AUSPL to check in periodically so that she can be informed about issues or concerns of postal lessors. AUSPL is extremely grateful for the opportunity to meet with Ms. Brennan and the other top officials of the USPS and to establish new lines of communication which promise to enhance the relationship between postal lessors and the USPS.
Left to Right: Deputy Postmaster General Ronald Stroman, Deputy General Counsel Kevin Calamoneri, AUSPL President Gary Phillips, Postmaster General Megan Brennan, AUSPL Director of Legislative Affairs Morgan Wolaver, and AUSPL Director of Operations Mark Karolczyk.
Director of Operations
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