Mailer's Technical Advisory Committee

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Mailer's Technical Advisory Committee

A committee responsible for advising the U.S. Postal Service on matters of direct mail policy. The Committee consists of catalogue companies, publishers, printers and other interested parties.
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In another development, periodicals industry leaders have told the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee it it's a "myth" that internet-based publications are cheap to produce.
He chaired the EMA Postal Affairs Committee for nine years while serving on the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee to the United States Postal Service and the Postmaster General.
As far back as February, Postmaster General John Potter was telling the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) that the agency wanted to expand its Move Update rules.
Postmaster General Jack Potter at the August 2, 2006 meeting of the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee presented the award, and stated, "I want to recognize RR Donnelley's efforts to make our vision of end- to-end transparency a reality.
McPhillips is also a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of PostCom, and the Chairman of a USPS Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) Workgroup.
Kline, whose annual procurement responsibility exceeds $28 million, is active in the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee and the New York Postal Customer Council's Policy Committee.