FROM THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
May 28, 2003
PRESIDENT’S COMMISSION ON THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
The President’s Commission on the United States Postal Service will hold its seventh public meeting on May 29, 2003 in Washington, DC.
The meeting will take place in the Hart Senate Office Building, Room 216, Constitution Ave. and 2nd St., NE, Washington, DC. It is open to the public and the media.
The agenda and witness list is attached.
The nine-member bipartisan Commission, established by President Bush on December 11, 2002, will identify the operational, structural, and financial challenges facing the Postal Service; examine potential solutions; and recommend legislative and administrative steps to ensure the long-term viability of postal services in the United States. The Commission is co-chaired by James A. Johnson, Vice Chairman of Perseus, L.L.C., and Harry J. Pearce, Chairman of Hughes Electronics Corporation. The Commission will submit its report to the President by July 31, 2003.
Additional information about the Commission can be found at