Two Postal Service executives received new appointments last week.
Gregory Crabb was named acting chief information security officer and Digital Solutions vice president.
He leads the Postal Service’s efforts to strengthen the integrity of the organization’s information systems, while accelerating its digital product development.
Crabb’s previous assignments include serving as the Postal Inspection Service’s inspector in charge for revenue, product and global security.
note: Megan Brennan created the new chief information security officer (ciso) and Digital Solutions vice president position shortly after assuming role as new Postmaster General. PMG Brennan said: “Since information technology, information security and digital product development are closely aligned, a new position has been created.” Randy Miskanic, previously Secure Digital Solutions VP filled the new the new position in February 2015. Miskanic retired effective June 30 after 21 years with the Postal Service.
Greg G. Graves was appointed Western Area vice president, a position he has held on an acting basis since February.
He oversees 104,000 employees and an annual operating budget of $9 billion. Western Area, the Postal Service’s largest geographic area, covers 2 million square miles and has 49 million customers.
Graves is a 34-year USPS veteran. Previous assignments include Pacific Area operations support manager and district manager in Los Angeles and Mid-America districts
note: Former Western Area VP Drew Aliperto retired from the Postal Service, effective March 1 2016. Aliperto led the area since 2012.
source: USPS News Link