To insure that the Board receives significant information of developments meriting
its attention, postal management shall bring to the Board's attention the following
(a) Major developments in personnel areas, including but not limited to equal employment
opportunity, career development and training, and grade and salary structures.
(b) Major litigation activities. Postal management shall also notify the Board in a timely manner whenever it proposes
to seek review by any United States Court of Appeals of an adverse judicial or regulatory
decision significantly impacting the Postal Service or involving a new, novel, or
potentially controversial issue.
(c) Any significant changes proposed in the Postal Service's system of accounts or methods
(d) Matters of special importance, including but not limited to important research and
development initiatives, major changes in Postal Service organization or structure,
major law enforcement activities, and other matters having a significant impact upon
the relationship of the Postal Service with its employees, with any major branch of
Government, or with the general public.
(e) Information concerning any proposed grant of unique or exclusive licenses to use
Postal Service intellectual properties (other than patents and technical data rights),
or any proposed joint venture involving the use of such property.
(f) Major or significant financial, operational and compliance reports or studies the
Postal Service is required by statute or regulation to prepare.
(g) Other matters having important policy implications.
(h) At the reasonable request of the Board, Postal management shall furnish to the Board
such other information as the Board deems necessary.
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