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David Williams Resigns From Board of Governors

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David C. Williams announced his resignation from the Board of Governors effective April 30, 2020. Governor Williams’s term had expired on December 8, 2019, and he had continued to serve as a Governor in a holdover year.

Dave Williams was the USPS Inspector General for over 13 years. He retired in 2016. As IG, Williams reached out to business mailers. A regular at MAILCOM, he was just as comfortable talking to mail managers as congressmen.

“The Postal Service is an American infrastructure that enables citizens, innovators and steady old enterprises to succeed,” Williams wrote in his resignation letter in 2016. “It is an essential part of the new digital economies of America and the world.”

Williams impressive career as Inspector General includes appointments by President George H.W. Bush, President Bill Clinton, and President George W. Bush, including IG for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Social Security Administration, Department of the Treasury, Tax Administration, and Dept. of Treasury.

Williams is the recipient of the Bronze Star and the Vietnamese Medal of Honor for service in Vietnam. He began his civilian federal career as a special agent with the U.S. Secret Service.

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