Nanci Langley sworn in as PRC commissioner

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Nanci Langley was sworn in as commissioner of the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today.

In February, President George W. Bush nominated Langley as commissioner. The US Senate confirmed his nomination earlier this month. She will serve the remainder of a six-year term, which will expire on November 22, 2012.

Langley previously served as the first director of the office of public affairs and government relations at the PRC.

She replaces former Commissioner Dawn Tisdale, whose term officially ended on November 22, 2006, after which he served one hold-over year.

Langley could not be reached by press time, but issued the following statement: “Ensuring a fair balance between the flexibilities given to the Postal Service by the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, with the accountability and transparency provided by the Postal Regulatory Commission will be my goal, as a commissioner.” 

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