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Edward J. Gleiman

Chairman

Postal Regulatory Commission

HQ Phone:  (202) 789-6800

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Postal Regulatory Commission

901 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 200

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20268

United States

Company Description

About the Postal Regulatory Commission The Postal Regulatory Commission is an independent federal agency that provides regulatory oversight over the U.S. Postal Service to ensure the transparency and accountability of the Postal Service and foster a vital and ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

Direct Marketing Association Inc


President

Living Council


Affiliations

MPA

Board of Directors and Government Affairs Council


House

Key Congressional Staff Member


Education

graduate degree

Johns Hopkins University


law degree

University of Baltimore


undergraduate degree

Loyola College


Web References(130 Total References)


apmu.org

On August 9, PRC Chairman Ed Gleiman wrote a letter to Postmaster General Bill Henderson asking him to clarify whether the Postal Service had changed its negotiating posture -- observing that such a change will cost the Postal Service hundreds of millions of dollars annually, and appears in direct conflict with the Postmaster General's efforts to reduce postal costs by $1 billion a year.


www.apmu.org

Postal Rate Commission Chairman Ed Gleiman provided several thought-provoking ideas for APMU's breakfast and briefing meeting at the Chicago Postal Forum.
After noting that lighter weight Priority Mail with delivery confirmation (35 cents extra) costs less to mail than if it was sent via parcel post with delivery confirmation (60 cents extra), he suggested that the situation cries out for some reform. "Eliminating lightweight parcel post in favor of Priority mail or some other, more general realignment in the parcel area might be a solution worth considering," Gleiman said. Going beyond Priority Mail, Chairman Gleiman commended the Postal Service for its recent efforts in submitting narrowly drawn classification proposals that benefit only a few mailers. After comparing such cases to the proposal in H. R. 22 to authorize Negotiated Service Agreements (NSAs), he said that these narrow classification cases constitute a way to work within the existing framework of the law and still meet customers' needs. "Let's look at the law on the books and push the envelope on that existing law for the benefit of the USPS and mailing public in general," he said. Chairman Gleiman also put in a plug for a reduced rate for Priority Mail which is dropshipped to postal facilities where the sack is opened and the enclosed mail is entered usually as Standard A Mail or at the periodical rate. Since this mail receives no delivery beyond a postal facility, he argued, there may be cost savings justifying a reduced rate.


www.apmu.org

PRC Chairman Ed Gleiman to Speak at APMU Breakfast and Briefing
Hon. Edward J. Gleiman, Chairman of the Postal Rate Commission, will be the guest speaker at APMU's Breakfast and Information Session on Tuesday, September 28, 1999 at the National Postal Forum in Chicago. Chairman Gleiman has agreed to share with us some important thoughts about Priority Mail from his unique vantage point as Chairman of the Postal Rate Commission, the body which recommends postal rates and postal classifications.


postalnews.com

The group's MTAC rep, Ed Gleiman, is a former chair of the Postal Rate Commission and was one of authors of a study financed by Pitney Bowes that recommended privatization of all USPS operations except delivery.


amsp.org [cached]

1999: Postal Rate Commission Chairman Ed Gleiman


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