Federal Times Blogs
The U.S. Postal Service continued to keep a comparatively tight lid in 2012 on senior executive salaries, according to its recently released annual report to Congress. By law, the Postal Service has to list all employees whose pay exceeded that of a Cabinet secretary. For calendar 2012, that threshold was $199,700; a dozen USPS executives and officers made more than that, down from 13 in 2011 and 38 in 2010, according to the official rundown.
Here’s the 2012 list (found on p. 66 of the annual report):
Paul Vogel, president, digital solutions, $312,175* **
Pat Donahoe, postmaster general and chief executive officer: $276,840
David C. Williams, inspector general: $263,684**
Ron Stroman, deputy postmaster general: $245,000
Anthony Vegliante, chief human resources officer and executive vice president: $240,000*
Joseph Corbett, chief financial officer and executive VP: $239,000
Megan Brennan, chief operating officer and executive VP: $235,000
Mary Anne Gibbons, general counsel and executive VP: $230,000*
Ellis Burgoyne, chief information officer and executive VP: $230,000*
Jo Ann Feindt, VP, Southern area operations: $224,300
Dean Granholm, VP, Pacific area operations: $219,116
Drew Aliperto, VP, Western area operations: $219,000
For fiscal 2013, incidentally, pay and bonuses for non-bargaining unit employees remained frozen, the report says, adding that this was the six straight year that compensation for executive officers was affected “by either a freeze in salary and/or a non-payment of performance lump sums.”
*Now holds a different position, is no longer with the Postal Service or was not in this position for the entire 2012 calendar year
**Includes annuity paid by the Office of Personnel Management
wayne calloway Says:
January 6th, 2014 at 10:29 pm
still way to much
Retired Mailman Says:
January 6th, 2014 at 11:12 pm
These bozos are already overpaid for their mis-management. They should all be removed by the BOG and sent packing. I’m sure that their corporate benefactors can find positions for them.
January 6th, 2014 at 11:35 pm
What they deserve is RICO charges for breaking employee contracts, OSHA laws, and fraudulent data collection ( used to justify their own bonuses). Sad, but true.
January 7th, 2014 at 9:09 am
January 7th, 2014 at 12:23 pm
Top 5 guys at UPS salaries listed below.
Name/Title Total Cash Equity Other Total Compensation
D. Scott Davis
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer $1,475,737 $9,178,292 $40,292 $10,694,321
David P. Abney
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer $643,649 $3,548,602 $17,383 $4,209,634
John J. McDevitt
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Labor Relations $584,497 $1,648,336 $18,164 $2,250,997
Kurt P. Kuehn
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer $597,519 $1,890,705 $28,612 $2,516,836
David A. Barnes
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer $577,775 $1,595,999 $15,732 $2,189,506
The execs at USPS make a fraction of what the people in the same jobs at UPS make.
January 7th, 2014 at 12:24 pm
What is not mentioned is how many managers making between $100,000 and $150,000,way too many.
January 7th, 2014 at 1:24 pm
What we need to do is go out into the corporate world and pay some big bucks to get real talent on how to run a business. The only problem with that is the Congress, BOG and the PRC. The Postal Service has too many hoops to jump through to run business. Eliminate those hoops, hire some real talent and the Post Office would be doing well.
January 7th, 2014 at 8:49 pm
Take a look at the academic credentials for the private sector folks vs. the USPS officers. In this day and age, it is difficult to understand how one becomes an officer without earned credentials.
January 7th, 2014 at 10:12 pm
If you notice the list of top “guys” at UPS is a bit shorter then that of USPS…. My point being that USPS has waaay to many VP’s of this, Chief’s of that etc…. Why can’t USPS run as efficient as UPS in there elected positions? So yes, USPS top guys do make less in their assigned position. But there are so MANY!!!
January 8th, 2014 at 1:42 pm
While their skillsets/abilities are rather dubious at best, the biggest perk is not the paycheck, but what they can “cultivate” for themselves outside the realm of the USPS. Make no mistake, THAT is the real bonanza.
For those who may be interested in seeing the current pay levels (not including bonuses etc.) of anyone on the USPS payroll, go to: http://php.app.com/usps/search.php and enter the search criteria (it IS a matter of public record).
January 12th, 2014 at 10:02 am
well they knew what they was making when they came to the usps if they want to make that money go to the ups but the same guys you are standing up for say all the clerks , carriers , CCAs are all over paid but they are not ( do any of the real workers get BONUSES NOT they tell us if you take a gift from a customer you will be wrote up ) lol good luck michael