John E. "Jack" Potter (born 1956) is the President and CEO of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority since July 18, 2011. He is the former United States Postmaster General and CEO of the United States Postal Service (USPS), having become the 72nd Postmaster General on June 1, 2001.
Jan 31, 2014 ... Happy New Year! Thank you for inviting me to speak to such a distinguished aviation audience. I've been at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority for about 2 ½ years. Coming into this job, I had a degree of comfort because during my years at the Postal Service, I thought I had acquired a good ...
Postmaster General John (Jack) E. Potter, a lifelong postal employee well acquainted with both the strengths and weaknesses of the U.S. Postal Service ( USPS), faced the daunting challenges of terrorist attacks in 2001 and of transforming the massive USPS into a viable business operation ready to cope with the unique ...
Oct 26, 2010 ... Reaching the minimum retirement age - and not declining mail volume, sinking profits or an uncooperative Congress - triggered John E. "Jack" Potter's retirement as postmaster general after nine years, he said Tuesday while voicing support for his chosen successor, Deputy Postmaster General Patric...
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Jun 22, 2011 ... John E. Potter was named to head the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority on Wednesday, six months after finishing a decade-long stint overseeing the financially beleaguered U.S. Postal Service.
Feb 17, 2009 ... (CNN) -- Postmaster General John E. Potter has come under criticism for his total 2008 compensation of nearly $800,000, but the agency's board of governors says the pay is less than what leaders of several other independent government agencies receive. Postmaster General John Potter isn't paid as ...
Dec 5, 2010 ... Nine years later, Bronx native John E. Potter recalls the moment with painful clarity. The Postmaster General was meeting with his board of governors when a subordinate pulled him aside to report the Twin Towers nightmare.