The Association for Postal Commerce
is a national association of businesses and organizations that use or support
the use of mail as a medium for business communication and commerce. The
association represents its members on all matters pertaining to the
development and implementation of postal policies and operations that affect
their use of the mail. PostCom works in its members behalf before the U.S.
Congress, the U.S. Postal Service, the Postal Service's Board of Governors,
the Postal Regulatory Commission, and all other federal agencies and audiences that affect our nation's postal
policies and operations.
PostCom is regarded in Washington postal circles as "the association for postal communication and commerce." Its weekly
postal newsletter, the PostCom Bulletin,
is considered the most comprehensive and timely source of national and
international postal news. It's considered must reading by Members of Congress,
congressional staffs, Postal Regulatory
Commissioners, the Postmaster General, all USPS officers, and by postal officials at all other levels. The PostCom Bulletin
serves not only as a source of postal news, but also as a shaper of postal opinion. Indeed, it's widely considered the
"most influential" postal newsletter in the nation.
So...if your business depends in any way at all on the continued viability of a universal postal system, then PostCom is
the one organization to which your company absolutely should belong.
Here are just some of the postal information services we
* PostCom Web Site News Page (updated
* PostCom Bulletin (published
* Postal Podcasts (audio recordings
on vital topics)
* PostOps Updates (news on
latest postal operational programs and changes, including MTAC)
* Postal Policy Report
(review of the latest developments concerning postal legislation and
national postal policy)
* Issue Briefs (detailed
briefings on various issues pertaining to postal policy and operations)
* Executive Summary (special analysis
prepared specifically for key decision makers within member firms)