To close out this year’s National Postal Forum in Indianapolis, the USPS Board of Governors’ Temporary Emergency Committee will hold an open meeting on Friday, May 10th. The meeting will begin at 9:00 AM EST, and will be available for the public to watch and participate in. If you’re in Indianapolis, you can even stop by! The meeting will be held in the Cosmopolitan Room A at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, located at 1 South Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, IN.
The Reason Behind the Temporary Emergency Committee’s Meeting
Postmaster General Megan Brennan recently attended a hearing that the House Committee on Oversight and Reform led. During that hearing, all parties involved attempted to find a solution to the Postal Service’s continuing financial troubles. Considering that USPS’ dire financial situation is the biggest problem the organization currently faces, it is highly likely the Temporary Emergency Committee will discuss issues such as potential new revenue streams and finding a solution to the unreasonable pre-funding burden.
The Temporary Emergency Committee will discuss the following:
- Remarks of the Chairman of the Temporary Emergency Committee of the Board
- Remarks of the Postmaster General and CEO
- Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting
- Committee Reports
- Quarterly Financial Report
- Quarterly Service Performance Report
- Approval of Tentative Agenda for August Meetings
How to Watch the Meeting
The meeting will be available to watch via webcast, and you can tune in by following this link.
Before you click in, we recommend testing that your computer or mobile device can properly view the webcast. You can test a video meeting on your device here.
Want to Ask a Question?
After the meeting, 30 minutes will be allocated for public comments and questions. If you’d like to participate in the discussion or ask a question, you’ll need to register on SurveyMonkey. You can register up until thirty minutes before the meeting starts.
Recorded audio of the meeting will also be available at the watch link roughly three hours after the meeting concludes.