THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES DANIEL R. STANLEY TO THE POSTAL RATE COMMISSION
The President today announced his intent to nominate Daniel R. Stanley to the Postal Rate Commission.
Daniel R. Stanley of Kansas City, Kansas, recently served as Administrative Assistant to Senator Dole. He advised the Senator on national, international, and state political and legislative matters. Prior to 1992, he served as an assistant to Senator Dole on defense policy issues when Senator Dole was the Senate Minority Leader. Mr. Stanley's previous professional experiences have involved corporate level strategic planning and market forecasting for the McDonnell Douglas Corporation. He was also Manager of the Strategic & Space Systems Department of the Washington Studies and Analysis Group and served as Manager of the defense industry's segment of the Business Environment Forecast. Prior to entering the business world, Mr. Stanley served in the United States Navy. He received a B.S. in nuclear technology from the State University of New York.
The Postal Rate Commission (PRC) is responsible for recommending postal rates and mail classifications for adoption by the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service. The Commission may promulgate rules and regulations, establish procedures and take any other action it deems necessary to carry out their functions and obligations. Additionally, the PRC has appellate jurisdiction to review Postal Service determinations to close or consolidate small post offices.