Marketers Hoping for Change at the USPS Are in for a Nail-Biter

If the Senate confirms a Trump nominee, the USPS board will remain Republican

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President-elect Joe Biden has a lot of plans to improve the U.S. Postal Service, many of which could positively impact marketers. But if the Senate approves President Donald Trump’s nominee for a board that decides on much of what USPS does, the leadership at the postal service could remain dominated by his Republican appointees even after Biden takes office.

On Dec. 14, Trump released a statement saying he intended to nominate Roy Bernardi, former deputy secretary for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, for the USPS Board of Governors, an entity that decides on matters like the Jan.



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