Samuel M. Brangman, Jr. Appointed Postmaster General

 Samuel M. Brangman, Jr. Appointed Postmaster General

The Head of the Public Service, Dr. Derrick Binns, announced that Samuel M. Brangman Jr. (Sam) has been appointed Postmaster General as of 1 August 2021.

Mr. Brangman joined the Bermuda Post Office in December 2009 as the Manager, Mail Processing and Operations, and served as Acting Postmaster General at various times.

Before joining the Government of Bermuda, Mr. Brangman was a consulting Finance Manager with BearingPoint, Inc.  Prior to that he held various posts with increasing levels of seniority in banking.

Mr. Brangman holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration/Accounting, a Master’s Certificate in Project Management and is finalizing a Master’s of Science Degree in Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management.

Mr. Brangman serves as a postal security expert with the Universal Postal Union, is part of the Caribbean Security Team (CST) and consults and conducts postal security audits throughout the Caribbean region. In addition to being a member of the Caribbean Postal Union (CPU) management board, he is co-chair of the Caribbean Disaster Risk Management Team (CDRMT) and is highly regarded and respected for his leadership and contributions to the region.

Dr. Binns stated, “On behalf of the Public Service, I extend congratulations    to Mr. Samuel Brangman Jr. as he takes on the role of Postmaster General.  Mr. Brangman will be responsible for the strategic management and oversight of the operations of the Bermuda Post Office to ensure that all mail is safely collected, processed and delivered.

“Mr. Brangman brings to the position a deep understanding of the Bermuda Post Office operations and processes together with monitoring mail standards, guidelines and procedures for sorting, metering, coding and routing incoming and outgoing mail to ensure compliance with relevant postal regulations and procedures.”

Dr. Binns concluded, “The Bermuda Post Office must retool and become sustainable. There are plans to use technology to drive postal improvements to better serve Bermuda. Mr. Brangman is the right person to develop, modernize and lead Bermuda’s postal service.”
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