Scott Bombaugh is Vice President of Engineering Systems for USPS. He assumed this role in January 2019 and has worked for the Postal Service for 1988.
Duties and Responsibilities
An engineer by trade, Bombaugh is responsible for the design, development, and lifecycle support of mail processing systems and associated software. He’s also responsible for retail and delivery technology, scanning solutions, and the development of next-generation delivery vehicles. In his role, he reports to Kristin Seaver, USPS’ current Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President.
Scott Bombaugh’s Background
Bombaugh graduated with a bachelors of science and master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virgnia. He began his postal career in 1988 as a mechanical engineer, where he helped the development of automatic package sorting systems. In addition, he was part of the team that introduced barcode technology for packages. Prior to assuming his current role, Bombaugh served as director of Technology Development and Application. In that position, he led the research, development, and lifecycle support for letters, flat envelopes, and package sorting equipment and delivery scanning systems. Bombaugh is a licensed professional engineer in the commonwealth of Virginia.