Postal Supplier Council (PSC)


The Postal Supplier Council (PSC) is a rotating assembly of invited USPS key suppliers and Postal Service stakeholders who have pledged to work collaboratively on mutually beneficial projects beyond their contractual relationships. Invited PSC organizations qualify annually by being designated as a USPS key supplier based on annual spend and several strategic factors, or by winning a recent USPS Supplier Performance Award (SPA).

The PSC meets periodically to promote improved supplier relations and open communications, and serves as a collaborative platform for suppliers and their Postal Service counterparts to identify productivity and efficiency opportunities within their respective organizations.

PSC Mission

  • Identify and recommend opportunities that will benefit the Postal Service and its suppliers

PSC Vision

  • The PSC is a strategic force for mutually beneficial change

PSC Goals

  • Provide recommendations that improve efficiency, processes, and policy
  • Improve communication between USPS and Suppliers
  • Function as a sounding board or test bed for innovation and change

The PSC Board of Advisors typically meets quarterly with one annual conference which includes the full PSC membership.

For more information, including the dates of upcoming meetings, please contact Postal_Supplier_Council@usps.gov.

Supply Management VP Susan M. Brownell speaks to attendees at a recent PSC Conference.
Supply Management VP Susan M. Brownell speaks to attendees at a recent PSC Conference.