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day period. Commission determinations the thousands of products imported into of violation are subject to court review. the United States, methods of Uniform Statistical Data The

production, and the extent and relative Commission, in cooperation with the importance of U.S. consumption, Secretary of the Treasury and the

production, and trade, together with Secretary of Commerce, establishes for certain basic factors affecting the statistical purposes an enumeration of competitive position and economic articles imported into the United States health of domestic industries. and exported from the United States, and seeks to establish comparability of such Sources of Information statistics with statistical programs for domestic production (19 U.S.C. 1484). Inquiries should be directed to the

In conjunction with such activities, the specific organizational unit or to the three agencies are to develop concepts Secretary, United States International for an international commodity code for Trade Commission, 500 E Street SW., reporting transactions in international

Washington, DC 20436. Phone, 202trade and to report thereon to the

205-2000. Congress (19 U.S.C. 1484).

Contracts The Chief, Procurement Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the

Division, has responsibility for contract United States, Annotated The Commission issues a publication

matters. Phone, 202–205–2730.

Employment Information on containing the U.S. tariff schedules and related matters and considers questions

employment can be obtained from the

Director, Office of Personnel. The concerning the arrangement of such schedules and the classification of

agency employs international articles (19 U.S.C. note prec. 1202,

economists, attorneys, accountants,

commodity and industry specialists and 1484). International Trade Studies The

analysts, and clerical and other support

personnel. Phone, 202-205-2651. Commission conducts studies, investigations, and research projects on a

Publications The Commission publishes broad range of topics relating to

results of investigations concerning international trade, pursuant to requests

various commodities and subjects; it also of the President, the House Ways and

publishes a series of reports on Means Committee, the Senate Finance

chemicals. Other publications include Committee, either branch of the

Industry and Trade Summaries, an Congress, or on its own motion (19

annual report to the Congress on the U.S.C. 1332). Public reports of these

operation of the trade agreements studies, investigations, and research program; and an annual report to the projects are issued in most cases.

Congress of Commission activities. The Commission also keeps informed

Specific information regarding these of the operation and effect of provisions

publications can be obtained from the relating to duties or other import

Office of the Secretary. restrictions of the United States

Reading Rooms Reading rooms are contained in various trade agreements open to the public in the Office of the (19 U.S.C. 2482). Orcasionally the Secretary and in the ITC National Library Commission is required by statute to of International Trade and the ITC law perform specific trade-related studies. library. Industry and Trade Summaries The Internet Commission publications, Commission prepares and publishes, news releases, Federal Register notices, from time to time, a series of summaries scheduling information, and general of trade and tariff information (19 U.S.C. information about ITC are available for 1332). These summaries contain

electronic access. Internet, http:// descriptions (in terms of the Harmonized www.usitc.gov/. File transfer protocol, Tariff Schedule of the United States) of ftp://ftp.usitc.gov/.

For further information, contact the Secretary, United States International Trade Commission, 500 E Street SW., Washington, DC 20436. Phone, 202-205–2000. Internet, http://www.usitc.gov/.

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
475 L'Enfant Plaza SW., Washington, DC 20260-0010
Phone, 202-268-2000

Board of Governors:
Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Secretary of the Board
Governors

TIRSO DEL JUNCO
SAM WINTERS
THOMAS J. KOERBER
SUSAN E. ALVARADO, LEGREE S.

DANIELS, EINAR V. DYHRKOPP,
S. DAVID FINEMAN, BERT H.
MACKIE, NED R. MCWHERTER,

ROBERT F. RIDER
MARVIN RUNYON

MICHAEL S. COUGHLIN

MARVIN RUNYON

MICHAEL S. COUGHLIN WILLIAM J. HENDERSON

MICHAEL J. RILEY

LOREN E. SMITH

MARY S. ELCANO LARRY M. SPEAKES

Postmaster General and Chief Executive

Officer
Deputy Postmaster General
Management:
Postmaster General and Chief Executive

Officer
Deputy Postmaster General
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice

President
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice

President
Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice

President
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Senior Vice President, Corporate and

Legislative Affairs Vice President and Consumer Advocate Vice President, Controller Vice President, Diversity Development Vice President, Engineering Vice President, Facilities Vice President, Human Resources Vice President, Information Systems Vice President, International Business Vice President, Labor Relations Vice President, Legislative Affairs Vice President, Marketing Systems Vice President, Operations Redesign Vice President, Operations Support Vice President, Product Management Vice President, Purchasing and Materials Vice President, Quality Vice President, Retail Vice President, Sales Vice President, Strategic Initiatives

YVONNE D. MAGUIRE
M. RICHARD PORRAS
ROBERT F. HARRIS
WILLIAM J. DOWLING
RUDOLPH K. UMSCHEID
GAIL G. SONNENBERG
RICHARD D. WEIRICH
JAMES F, GRUBIAK
JOSEPH ). MAHON, JR.
GERALD J. MCKIERNAN
JOHN H. WARD
DIANE M. REGAN
ALLEN R. KANE
(VACANCY)
A. KEITH STRANGE
NORMAN E. LORENTZ
PATRICIA M. GIBERT
JOHN R. WARGO
DARRAH PORTER

Vice President, Technology Applications

ROBERT A.F. REISNER Vice President, Workforce, Planning and JAMES C. WALTON

Service Management Judicial Officer

JAMES A. COHEN
Chief Postal Inspector and Inspector General KENNETH J. HUNTER
Deputy Chief Inspector, Criminal

JEFFREY J. DUPILKA
Investigations
Deputy Chief Inspector, Operations Support (VACANCY)
Deputy Chief Inspector, Audit

KENNETH C. WEAVER
Area Operations:
Vice President, Allegheny Area

JON STEELE
Vice President, Great Lakes Area

J.T. WEEKER Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Area

HENRY A. PANKEY Vice President, Mid-West Area

WILLIAM J. BROWN Vice President, New York Metro Area

JOHN F. KELLY Vice President, Northeast Area

NANCY L. GEORGE Vice President, Pacific Area

GENE R. HOWARD Vice President, Southeast Area

DAVID C. BAKKE Vice President, Southwest Area

CHARLES K. KERNAN Vice President, Western Area

CRAIG G. WADE (For the United States Postal Service statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 39, Parts 221–226)

The United States Postal Service provides mail processing and delivery services to individuals and businesses within the United States. The Service is committed to serving customers through the development of efficient mail-handling systems and operates its own planning and engineering programs. It is also the responsibility of the Postal Service to protect the mails from loss or theft and to apprehend those who violate postal laws.

community post offices throughout the United States.

The Postal Service was created as an
independent establishment of the
executive branch by the Postal
Reorganization Act (39 U.S.C. 101 et
seq.), approved August 12, 1970. The
United States Postal Service commenced
operations on July 1, 1971.

The Postal Service has approximately 753,000 employees and handles about 181 billion pieces of mail annually. The chief executive officer of the Postal Service, the Postmaster General, is appointed by the nine Governors of the Postal Service, who are appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate for overlapping 9-year terms. The Governors and the Postmaster General appoint the Deputy Postmaster General, and these 11 people constitute the Board of Governors.

In addition to the national headquarters, there are area and district offices supervising approximately 39,000 post offices, branches, stations, and

Activities
In order to expand and improve service
to the public, the Postal Service is
engaged in customer cooperation
activities, including the development of
programs for both the general public and
major customers. The Consumer
Advocate, a postal ombudsman,
represents the interest of the individual
mail customer in matters involving the
Postal Service by bringing complaints
and suggestions to the attention of top
postal management and solving the
problems of individual customers. To
provide postal services responsive to
public needs, the Postal Service operates
its own planning, research, engineering,
real estate, and procurement programs
specially adapted to postal requirements,
and maintains close ties with
international postal organizations.

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The Postal Service is the only Federal agency which has jurisdiction in agency whose employment policies are criminal matters affecting the integrity governed by a process of collective

and security of the mail, and operates as bargaining under the National Labor

the Inspector General for the Postal Relations Act. Labor contract

Service. Postal Inspectors enforce more negotiations, affecting all bargaining unit

than 100 Federal statutes involving mail personnel, as well as personnel matters

fraud, mail bombs, child pornography, involving employees not covered by collective bargaining agreements, are

illegal drugs, mail theft, and other postal administered by Labor Relations or

crimes, as well as being responsible for Human Resources.

the protection of all postal employees. The United States Postal Inspection Inspectors also audit postal contracts and Service is the Federal law enforcement financial accounts.

Postal Inspection Service United States Postal Service

Division Office

Address

Telephone

Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Buffalo, NY
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH
Denver, CO
Detroit, MI
Fort Worth, TX
Houston, TX
Kansas City, MO
Los Angeles, CA
Memphis, TN
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ
New Orleans, LA
New York, NY
Philadelphia, PA
Phoenix, AZ
Pittsburgh, PA
Richmond, VA
St. Louis, MO
St. Paul, MN
San Francisco, CA
San Juan, PR
Seattle, WA
Tampa, FL
Washington, DC

P.O. Box 16489, 30321-0489
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1200 Main Place Twr., 14202-3796
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433 W. Van Buren St., MPO, 60669-2201
P.O. Box 14487, 45250_0487
P.O. Box 5726, 44101-0726
P.O. Box 329, 80201-0329
P.O. Box 330119, 48232-6119
P.O. Box 162929, 76161-2929
P.O. Box 1276, 77251-1276
Suite 850, 3101 Broadway, 64111-2416
P.O. Box 2000, Pasadena, CA 91102–2000
P.O. Box 3180, 38173-0180
6th Fl., 3400 Lakeside Dr., Miramar, FL 33027-3242
P.O. Box 509, 07101-0509
P.O. Box 51690, 70151-1690
P.O. Box 555, James Farley Bldg.. 10116-0555
P.O. Box 7500, 19101-9000
P.O. Box 20666, 85036-0666
1001 California Ave., 15290-9000
P.O. Box 25009, 23260_5009
1106 Walnut St., 63199-2201
P.O. Box 64558, 55164-2201
P.O. Box 882000, 94188-2000
P.O. Box 363667, 00936-3667
P.O. Box 400, 98111-4000
P.O. Box 22526, 33622-2526
P.O. Box 96096, 20066-6096

404-608-4500 617-464-8000 716-853-5300 704 329-9120 312-765-4500 513-684-5700 216-443-4000 303-295-5320 313-226-8184 817-625-3400 713-238-4400 816-932-0400 818405-1200 901-576-2077 305-436-7200 201-5965500 504–589–1200 212-330-3844 215-895-8450 602-223–3660 412-3597900 804_418-6100 314539-9300 612-293-3200 415-778-5800 809-749-7600 206_442-6300 813-281-5200 202-636-2300

Sources of Information
Inquiries on the following information
should be directed to the specified
office, U.S. Postal Service, 475 L'Enfant
Plaza SW., Washington, DC 20260.
Consumer Information Contact the
Consumer Advocate. Phone, 202–268–
2284. Information on past and present
schemes used to defraud the public is
available through Congressional and
Public Affairs, Postal Inspection Service.
Phone, 202-268-4293.
Contracts and Small Business Activities
Contact Purchasing. Phone, 202–268–
4633.
Employment General information about
jobs such as clerk, letter carrier, etc.,

including information about programs for veterans, may be obtained by contacting the nearest post office.

Individuals interested in working at the Postal Headquarters in Washington, DC, may obtain information by calling 800562-8777 (800-JOB-USPS).

Information about Inspection Service employment may be obtained from the Chief Postal Inspector. Phone, 202-2684267. Films Contact Corporate Relations for films available for loan to the public. Phone, 202-268-2189. Philatelic Information Contact Stamp Services. Phone, 202-268-2312.

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