USPS Judicial Officer William Campbell will retire Oct. 28 after more than 37 years of federal service.
The judicial officer serves as chairman and judge of the Postal Service’s Board of Contract Appeals, which decides matters involving suppliers and contracting officers. The judicial officer also issues decisions involving postal laws and regulations.
In a memo this week, PMG Megan Brennan praised Campbell for guiding the department with fair-mindedness. She also cited his leadership role on diversity issues, including his efforts to help promote the Black Heritage stamp series.
“Judge Campbell has always been thorough and thoughtful in rendering final determinations that will guide USPS for generations to come,” the PMG wrote.
Campbell’s successor has not been named.