Implications of Electronic Mail and Message Systems for the U.S. Postal Service Page: VI
The following individuals also contributed as reviewers or provided assistance during the course of
William F. Bolger, The Postmaster General, and
staff members of the U.S. Postal Service
Ronald G. Carr, U.S. Department of Justice
Kathleen Casey, GTE Telenet Communications
Henry B. Freedman, Policy Studies Corp.
Dean Gillette, Bell Telephone Labs, Inc.
Henry H. Hitchcock, J. F. Coates, Inc.
Herbert N. Jasper, Ad Hoc Committee for
John F. McLaughlin, Harvard University
Arnim H. Meyburg, Cornell University
Roger K. Salaman, National Telecommunications
and Information Administration
Stephen L. Sharfman, Postal Rate Commission
Jack D. Smith, Federal Communications
Scott K. Socol, Satellite Business Systems
Frederic Withington, Arthur D. Little, Inc.
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