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March 11, 2010


2:00 – 5:00 p.m. on 11 March 2010, American Institute of Architects,
1735 New York Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.



Agenda item Suggested by Responsible Papers
1. Introductions – Welcome, opening remarks and procedures   Advisory Committee Chair, Deputy Assistant Secretary Nerissa Cook Bio


2. Briefing on the results of the October-November 2009 UPU Council of Administration FACA members Dennis Delehanty Doc 2
3. Report on November 2009 Consultative Committee meeting State Department (Charles Prescott)
Doc 3

4. Reports: FACA Work Groups

  • WG 1: Implementation of PAEA related to International Postal and Delivery Services
    --Discussion question: PAEA’s statutory requirements in the area of USPS competitiveness in International Mail Products (Jim Conway)


  • WG 2: The UPU’s role in provision of International Postal and Delivery Services


  • WG 3: Changing Global market for International Postal and Delivery Services
State Department



Ann Fisher, Chair



Maynard Benjamin, Member WG 2 

Don Soifer, Co-Chair
Jody Berenblatt,



Doc 4a






Doc 4b

5. Reform of the UPU – U.S. reply to Belgian questionnaire State Department Dennis Delehanty Doc 5
6. Status of benchmarking U.S. Strategic Plan for UPU FACA members Lea Emerson  





7. Employment of American Citizens at the UPU State Department Julie Connor  
8. September 2010 UPU Strategy Conference – Nairobi State Department Dennis Delehanty Doc 8a and 8b
9. USG Goals for April 2010 UPU Postal Operations Council State Department Dennis Delehanty  


10. Comments by the public      


11. Any other business    



Hard copy documents for meeting


Reference documents for the meeting (distributed to members by email)


  • Biography of Deputy Assistant Secretary Nerissa Cook
  • U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2009-2012
  • Beijing Prop 033
  • Beijing proposal 060
  • Beijing proposal 077
  • Beijing Resolution C 110
  • Work Group 2 Outline

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