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The National Postal Forum is June 2-5

DeJoy, other USPS leaders will speak during the event

A group of people stand near a USPS next-generation delivery vehicle.
Attendees talk near a USPS next-generation delivery vehicle at last year’s National Postal Forum.

The National Postal Forum, the mailing and shipping industry’s largest annual conference, will be held from Sunday, June 2, through Wednesday, June 5, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

The theme this year is “Connecting at the Crossroads.” Postmaster General Louis DeJoy will deliver the opening address for the general session on Monday, June 3.

His remarks will focus on the “organizational evolution, structural shifts and operational enhancements” that have well positioned USPS at the crossroads of the future, according to the website for the forum, also known as NPF.

Several USPS executives will lead sessions at the conference, including:

“A New Delivery Fleet to Serve America’s Needs,” with Dr. Joshua Colin, chief retail and delivery officer; Angela Curtis, delivery operations vice president; Justin Glass, fleet management director; and Victoria Stephen, next-generation delivery vehicle program director.

“Confidence in the Mail and Securing Tomorrow’s Deliveries,” with Chief Postal Inspector Gary Barksdale; Scott Bombaugh, chief technology officer; and Heather Dyer, chief information security officer.

“Revitalizing Facilities for Our Modern Network,” with Bombaugh, Stephen and Ben Kuo, facilities vice president.

The general session on Tuesday, June 4, “A Manifestation of Outcomes — Across the Enterprise,” will be led by several executives, and a town hall on June 5 will feature the postmaster general.

USPS certification courses in mail design, direct mail marketing and mail center management will also be offered.

The National Postal Forum was founded in 1968 to ensure open lines of communication between USPS and business customers.