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postmaster general

the executive head of the postal service in certain countries
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Adegbuyi disclosed these in response to the submissions of the Director General of the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), Mr Alex Okoh, when the Postmaster General led the management team of the Postal Service on a courtesy visit to the BPE in Abuja last week.
Every year the Committee makes about 35 stamp recommendations to the Postmaster General, who then makes the final decision.
So to get around this they have changed the name to Consignia, and appointed a new Postmaster General, now known as The Regulator.
Henderson, addressing his final forum as Postmaster General, told the mailers gathered in Orlando, FL, 'Your success, to a large part, is dependent on our success.
com are former US postmaster general Marvin Runyon; Loren Smith, former chief marketing officer of the USPS; and David Bohnett, founder and chairman of GeoCities Inc.
Call or write to the postmaster general of your local post office for the forwarding address of the business or the owners.
Jack Potter, USPS Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer, said the relationship with UPS supports the Postal Service's mission of providing superior service to the nation's mailers.
The Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) on Tuesday came to the defense of its former postmaster general Josefina Dela Cruz, after the Office of the Ombudsman filed charges against the latter over her alleged failure to remit the loan of an employee to the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS).
SIALKOT -- Postmaster General Central Punjab Robina Tayyab has said that Pakistan Post has focused its special attention on provision of modern services to the people at their doorstep.
There would be zero tolerance to corruption at all levels, the minister warned while inaugurating two-Day Postmaster General Conference 2011 at Postal Staff College and asked the officers to work hard for providing better services to the people.
Joining Miller in Washington and Postmaster General John Potter for the dedication were Edwin Meese III, Reagan's senior adviser and later attorney general; Sen.