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April 7, 2011 Meeting Agenda


April 7, 2011

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2:00 – 5:00 p.m. on 7 April 2011, American Institute of Architects,
1735 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.

Agenda


Agenda item

Suggested by

Responsible

1. Introductions

 

Nerissa Cook, Chair

2. Briefing on the Work of the UPU Councils from November 2010

FACA Members

Laree Martin

3. UPU Reform of the Union Project Group

FACA Members

Dennis Delehanty

4. TSA Directives

State Department

Phil Warker

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

 

Don Soifer, Co-Chair
Jody Berenblatt, Co-Chair

6. Contributions by members of the public

a. .post Update
b. UPU Consultative Committee Postal Revenue Protection Working Group Update
c. Proposed Draft Resolution for the 2012 Doha Congress on Address Quality



State Department
Jean-Philippe Ducasse
Joe Lubenow and FACA Members

 

Janice Gould-Alodah, USPS
Jean-Philippe Ducasse,
Pitney Bowes
Joe Lubenow, Lubenow and Associates

7. Calendar (Timelines for UPU Congress Proposals)

State Department

Dennis Delehanty

8. Any other business

   

Reference documents for meeting

2 – Presentation on the Work of the UPU Councils – October 2010 to April 2011
3 – UPU Strategy and Reform of the Union: U.S. Positions for March-May 2011 Meetings
5 – Report of Work Group 3 (Reprint of document from the October 2010 Advisory Committee meeting)
6a –.post Update
6b – UPU Consultative Committee Postal Revenue Protection Working Group Update
6c – Proposed Draft Resolution for the 2012 UPU Congress on Address Quality Infrastructure, Products and Services
7 – Timelines for Submission of Proposals for the 2012 Doha UPU Congress



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