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Agenda -- Meeting of October 8, 2008


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3:00 – 6:00 p.m. on 8 October 2008, The American Institute of Architects,
1735 New York Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20006



 

Agenda item Suggested by Responsible

1. Introductions
 
 
Mike Glover
2. 2008 Geneva UPU Congress Follow-up

a. Results of Congress

b. Review of outcomes of U.S. proposals to Congress

c. U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2009-2012

(Section 14 on Postal Financial Services)

d. Issues to be taken up by the October-November 2008 Council of Administration and Postal Operations Council

 


State Department

Steve Lopez


Commerce Department

 

State Department

 


Dennis Delehanty

Dennis Delehanty


Bruce Harsh

 

Dennis Delehanty

 

3. Building on Geneva Congress Resolution C 19: a. Creating a UPU Consultative Committee “Revenue Protection Project Group”- Paper

b. Creating a UPU Consultative Committee “Revenue Protection Project Group” - Presentation

Dennis Shea

Jean-Philippe Ducasse

4. Long-term work of the Advisory Committee and issues in which the Committee should become engaged

 

Gene Del Polito

Committee members

5. Any other business
 
 

 



 

Reference documents for meeting
(Hard copies to be distributed at meeting)

2a – Results of Congress: Presentation
2b – 1 Results of U.S. proposals Geneva Congress
2b – 2 Country classification list
2c – 1 U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2009-2012
2c – 2 Structure of the Nairobi Postal Strategy
3 – Creating a UPU Consultative Committee
4 – Long-term work of the Advisory Committee
Reference documents for meeting
(Soft copies distributed via email)

 

UPU Congress - Draft Congress Acts
Congress document 40.1
Congress document 40.2
Congress document 33c
Congress document 34c

 




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