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Would such a program be duplicative of the services provided by State VR agencies, which are already required to support the transition of youth with disabilities? Why or why not? 12. Since the implementation of WIOA, are there specific examples of effective services that are funded through the PROMISE grants but not funded through State VR agencies or other Federal and State funding sources? Guidance for Submitting Documents We ask that each respondent include the name and address of his or her institution or affiliation, if any, and the name, title, mailing and email addresses, and telephone number of a contact person for his or her institution or affiliation, if any. Rights to Materials Submitted You should not provide any material you consider confidential or proprietary in response to this notice. Dated: December 26, 2017. Nancy A. Berryhill, Acting Commissioner of Social Security. 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Under the terms of its authorizing statute and its charter, the members of the IPoDS Committee represent mailers, private sector delivery companies, stakeholders in international delivery services or others who are directly affected by international postal operations. (The Committee also includes Federal members from several U.S. Government agencies including the Postal Regulatory Commission and the United States Postal Service.) Members are appointed by the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs. The Committee provides advice to the Department of State with respect to U.S. foreign policy related to international postal services and other international delivery services and U.S. policy toward the Universal Postal Union and other international postal and delivery organizations. Representative members of the Committee serve on a voluntary basis and without compensation. In order to be appointed to the Committee, interested individuals must represent identifiable groups or entities that are users or providers of international postal or delivery services or others directly affected by international postal operations. There is no specified form for applications. New prospective Committee members should submit a letter expressing their interest in serving that explicitly identifies the group or entity they represent. They should also include a clear statement of the connection of that group or entity to the use or provision of international postal or delivery services. Letters should also describe the prospective member’s relevant qualifications and experience and may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as a biographic statement or resume. Confirmation from the group or entity represented that the prospective member is authorized to represent that group or entity on the Committee must be submitted. Inclusion of an email address and/or telephone number in each applicant’s submission will speed communications. Letters of interest should be no more than four pages in length and should be addressed to Joseph P. Murphy, the IPoDS Committee’s designated federal PO 00000 Frm 00073 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 officer. Prospective Committee members may submit scanned copies of their letters electronically to Mr. Murphy by email to murphyjp@state.gov and/or by U.S. Mail to IO/STA, L409 (SA1); Department of State; 2401 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20037. The deadline for receipt of applications is 12 January 2018. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Please contact Ms. Shereece Robinson of the Office of Specialized and Technical Agencies (IO/STA), Bureau of International Organization Affairs, U.S. Department of State, at tel. (202) 663– 2649, by email at RobinsonSA2@ state.gov. Joseph P. 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DEPARTMENT OF STATE

[Public Notice: 10238]


Advisory Committee on International Postal and Delivery Services

AGENCY: Department of State.

ACTION: Solicitation of expressions of interest from members of the 
public wishing to serve as representative members of the Department of 
State's Advisory Committee on International Postal and Delivery 
Services (IPoDS).

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    This notice announces that applications are now being accepted from 
members of the public who wish to join the IPoDS Committee, which was 
established in accordance with the provisions of 39 U.S.C. 407(b)(3) 
and the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. Appendix.
    Under the terms of its authorizing statute and its charter, the 
members of the IPoDS Committee represent mailers, private sector 
delivery companies, stakeholders in international delivery services or 
others who are directly affected by international postal operations. 
(The Committee also includes Federal members from several U.S. 
Government agencies including the Postal Regulatory Commission and the 
United States Postal Service.) Members are appointed by the Assistant 
Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs. The 
Committee provides advice to the Department of State with respect to 
U.S. foreign policy related to international postal services and other 
international delivery services and U.S. policy toward the Universal 
Postal Union and other international postal and delivery organizations. 
Representative members of the Committee serve on a voluntary basis and 
without compensation.
    In order to be appointed to the Committee, interested individuals 
must represent identifiable groups or entities that are users or 
providers of international postal or delivery services or others 
directly affected by international postal operations. There is no 
specified form for applications. New prospective Committee members 
should submit a letter expressing their interest in serving that 
explicitly identifies the group or entity they represent. They should 
also include a clear statement of the connection of that group or 
entity to the use or provision of international postal or delivery 
services. Letters should also describe the prospective member's 
relevant qualifications and experience and may be accompanied by 
supporting documentation, such as a biographic statement or resume. 
Confirmation from the group or entity represented that the prospective 
member is authorized to represent that group or entity on the Committee 
must be submitted. Inclusion of an email address and/or telephone 
number in each applicant's submission will speed communications.
    Letters of interest should be no more than four pages in length and 
should be addressed to Joseph P. Murphy, the IPoDS Committee's 
designated federal officer. Prospective Committee members may submit 
scanned copies of their letters electronically to Mr. Murphy by email 
to [email protected] and/or by U.S. Mail to IO/STA, L409 (SA1); 
Department of State; 2401 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20037. The 
deadline for receipt of applications is 12 January 2018.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Please contact Ms. Shereece Robinson 
of the Office of Specialized and Technical Agencies (IO/STA), Bureau of 
International Organization Affairs, U.S. Department of State, at tel. 
(202) 663-2649, by email at [email protected].

Joseph P. Murphy,
Designated Federal Officer, Advisory Committee on International Postal 
And Delivery Services, Office of Specialized and Technical Agencies, 
Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Department of State.
[FR Doc. 2017-28408 Filed 1-2-18; 8:45 am]
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