(a) The Commission will hold a public hearing on the Postal Service's request. During the public hearing, responsible Postal Service officials will appear and
respond under oath to questions from the Commissioners or their designees addressing
previously identified aspects of the Postal Service's request and supporting information.
(b) Interested persons will be given an opportunity to submit to the Commission suggested
relevant questions that might be posed during the public hearing. Such questions, and any explanatory materials submitted to clarify the purpose of
the questions, should be filed in accordance with § 3010.120 of this chapter, and will become part of the administrative record of the proceeding.
(c) The timing and length of the public hearing will depend on the nature of the circumstances
giving rise to the request and the clarity and completeness of the supporting materials
provided with the request.
(d) If the Postal Service is unable to provide adequate explanations during the public
hearing, supplementary written or oral responses may be required.
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