Green Ways to Move the Mail: "Learn from the Past and Face the Challenges of the Future"
Green Ways to Move the Mail: A challenge for the New Century Thursday, March 20, 2008 At the National Postal Museum "Learn from the past and face the challenges of the future: the USPS point of view" presented by Wayne Corey Vehicle Operations Manager United States Postal Service. Mr. Corey began his Postal Service career as an Automotive Mechanic at the Northern Virginia Vehicle Maintenance Facility. He transferred to the Columbia, MD VMF and to the Baltimore, MD VMF as a Supervisor, Vehicle Maintenance. While in Baltimore, Wayne became the Administrative Assistant of Fleet Operations before being promoted and returning to Northern Virginia as the General Supervisor of Vehicle Maintenance. He joined the Postal Service headquarters staff as a Fleet Maintenance Specialist in the former headquarters Office of Fleet Management. Wayne became the Manager of Vehicle Operations in November 2005. Wayne brings strong institutional knowledge and experience to this position. His significant strengths are in the areas of strategic planning, team building, and understanding of the automotive industry. At headquarters, Mr. Corey has been involved all aspects of fleet management. He has been a major contributor in the vehicle acquisition program, which has resulted in the purchase of over 65,000 vehicles with contract prices exceeding $1.8B over the past ten years. His responsibilities include integrating new technology based vehicles into the postal fleet without disrupting normal operations. He has over 30 years experience with alternative fuel vehicles of all types and sizes and has been involved in the evaluation and acquisition of over 42,000 alternative fuel capable vehicles. Mr. Corey received his vehicle maintenance training in the U.S. Army prior to joining the Postal Service. His outside interests include fishing, golf, and of course, cars, particularly Corvettes. Wayne and his family reside in Chantilly VA.
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