The Postal Service is naming its Chief Human Resources Officer Doug Tulino to serve as deputy postmaster general, a position left vacant for a year.
Meanwhile, previous Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman will rejoin the agency by serving on its Board of Governors. The Senate approved his nomination Wednesday in a 69-30 vote to serve on the board through December 2021 and voted 66-32 for Stroman to serve on the board through December 2028.
Tulino, a career USPS employee with more than 40 years working at the agency, will stay on as its CHRO while taking on new responsibilities as deputy postmaster general. In this dual-hatted role, he’ll continue to oversee labor relations, human resources management, organizational development, compensation, and benefits, as well as recruiting and hiring.