Controller and Vice President Maura McDevitt will depart USPS this month after four years of service.
McDevitt is credited with building a culture of innovation and efficiency that has resulted in significant cost reductions for the organization. Under her leadership, the Postal Service has embraced robotic process automation and developed more effective accounting measures.
McDevitt also improved the way the organization accounts for postage in the hands of the public, among other achievements.
“Maura has demonstrated leadership in team building, process improvement, adoption of best practices, and expanded the depth and breadth of finance and accounting acumen within the agency,” Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan wrote in a memo last week announcing McDevitt’s departure.
McDevitt will become chief financial officer for a software company in Meridian, MS. Her last day with USPS will be Friday, Aug. 24.