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October 18, 2010

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2:00 – 5:00 p.m. on 19 October 2010, American Institute of Architects,
1735 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.

 

Agenda

 


Agenda item

Suggested by

Responsible

 

1. Introductions

 

  

 

Nerissa Cook

2. Briefing on the Results of the Work of the UPU Councils from April 2010 (including Nairobi UPU Strategy Conference)

 

FACA members

 

Dennis Delehanty

 

3. Review of the Work of the UPU Human Resources Reflection Group

 

State Department

 

Dennis Delehanty

 

4. Report of Work Group 3: Changing Global Market for International Postal and Delivery Services

 

FACA members and State Department

Don Soifer, Co-Chair

Jody Berenblatt, Co-Chair

5. Contributions by members of the public

- "Addressing the World – An Address for
Everyone"

 

  

Merry Law, President, WorldVu LLC

6. Benchmarking the U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU

 

FACA members

 

Dennis Delehanty

7. Any other business

 

     

 

Reference documents for meeting

 

2a – Work of the UPU Councils since April 2010.

2b – Document for the UPU Reform of the Union Project Group on UPU governmental and operational functions
(CA C 1 GPRU 2010.2–Doc 4).

2c – Document for the UPU Council of Administration Reform of the Union Project Group on password protection of documents on the UPU website (document CA C 1 GPRU 2010.2–Doc 11).

3 – Agenda of November 5 Human Resources Reflection Group meeting (document CA C 3 HRRG 2010.2-Doc 1).

4 – WG 3 document – Changing Global Market for International Postal and Delivery Services.

5 – Addressing the World – An Address for Everyone. Document submitted by Merry Law of WorldVu LLC.

6 – Document on benchmarking the U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU.



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