Article Snip: "...At one time, postal governors were not supposed to have first-hand knowledge of postal operations. Williams retired from the inspector general’s job Feb. 10, 2016, having served as the agency’s second independent inspector general from 2003. As an appointee of the Board of Governors, Williams oversaw more than 1,125 workers who conducted audits and investigations of the postal workforce. That gave him oversight of all postal operations ..."
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