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WSJ CIO Journal: Kristin Seaver Named US Postal Service CIO

Kristin Seaver
Kristin Seaver

Kristin Seaver, formerly vice president of operations for the U.S. Postal Service’s Capital Metro area, has been named executive vice president and chief information officer of USPS, the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal reported Monday.

Steven Norton wrote in a blog post that Seaver will report to Megan Brennan, CEO and postmaster general at USPS and succeed acting CIO Randy Miskanic.

Miskanic will continue to serve in his previous roles as digital solutions vice president and chief information security officer at USPS, Norton reports.

Seaver will spearhead the agency’s efforts in the areas of mail intelligence engineering platforms, payment technology, information security, business insights and enterprise analytics.

She spent nearly nine years as the agency’s manager of operations support and led the coordination of maintenance, processing and delivery operations for USPS in the Northeastern region.

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