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Posted at 9:00 AM ET, 12/ 9/2010

Postal Service announces new top leaders

By Ed O'Keefe

Changes at the top of the U.S. Postal Service also mean some rearranging in the rest of the executive suite.

Newly minted Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe, who took over this week, introduced a new executive leadership team on Wednesday that includes some new faces and long-serving veterans.

Critically, Donahoe did not name a new deputy postmaster general to succeed him, saying that decision would come later. Here's the list of names and positions:

Paul Vogel, President and Chief Marketing/Sales Officer: He's responsible for all product management and development, retail and commercial products and services, commercial sales and will deal with how to deliver the mail in an increasingly digital world.

Megan Brennan, Chief Operating Officer: She has served as vice president for the Eastern Area for the past four years and will lead all delivery network improvements and the allocation of people and resources.

Joseph R. Corbett, Chief Financial Officer: He continues in this role, with responsibility for the financial aspects of the Postal Service's future.

Tony Vegliante, Chief Human Resources Officer: He also continues in this role and these days is chiefly responsible for negotiating new contracts with labor unions.

Ellis Burgoyne, Chief Information Officer: He moves to this position from the vice president for the Southwest Area and will oversee systems and data management.

Mary Anne Gibbons, General Counsel: She'll continue to serve in her current role.

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By Ed O'Keefe  | December 9, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
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The leaders better be ready for MASSIVE changes

When you lose MULTIPLE BILLIONS, massive changes are needed. Job losses, Less benefits, etc....

Posted by: Bious | December 9, 2010 1:57 PM | Report abuse

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