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1:00 – 5:00 p.m. on 20 March 2012, American Institute of Architects,
1735 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.

 

Agenda item

Suggested by

Responsible

1. Introductions

 

Pat Lacina, Chair

2. Charter and members of the Advisory Committee

State Department

Pat Lacina

3. Briefing on the deliberations of the UPU Councils in February 2012

FACA Members

Pat Lacina/Dennis Delehanty

4. Draft proposals for possible submission to the Doha Congress suggested by Advisory Committee members

4a. Comments by Fedex

4b. Letter received from the Lexington Institute

4c. Comments by the Postal Regulatory Commission

4d. Comments by the Department of Homeland Security

4e. Oral comments by the U.S. Trade Representative

4f. Oral comments by the Commerce Department

4g. Oral comments by the U.S. Postal Service

4h. UPU Postal Operations Council proposal for the Doha Congress on future work on the terminal dues system

James Campbell

General discussion

5. Draft U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2013-2016

State Department

Dennis Delehanty

6. Doha UPU Congress – Committee Chairs

State Department

Pat Lacina

7. Doha Postal Strategy

Ann Fisher

Dennis Delehanty

8. Doha UPU Congress – Distribution of proposals

State Department

Dennis Delehanty

9. Postal financial services

State Department

Pat Lacina

10. Any other business

   

Reference documents for meeting

3. Presentation on the deliberations of the UPU Councils – February 2012

4. Draft proposals for the Doha Congress suggested by James Campbell

4a. Comments by Fedex

4b. Letter received from the Lexington Institute

4c. Comments by the Postal Regulatory Commission

4d. Comments by the Department of Homeland Security

4h. Postal Operations Council proposal for the Doha Congress - Future work on the terminal dues
system

5. Draft U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2013-2016

6. Doha UPU Congress Committee Chairs

7. Doha Postal Strategy



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