Below are links to U.S. organizations that provide information on international postal regulatory activities.
The Department of State is responsible for the formulation, coordination, and oversight of foreign policy related to international postal services and other international delivery services.
The Federal Advisory Committee on International Postal and Delivery Services was created by the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act to provide advice and guidance to the Department of State from a range of postal stakeholders in the formulation of international postal policy.
The International Mailers Action Group (IMAG) represents the U.S. mailing sector, including marketers, vendors and international mailing organizations. Its core mission is to address barriers to the efficient flow of information and goods across borders for U.S. companies utilizing postal services.
The Consumer Postal Council is an association dedicated to advancing consumer and business viewpoints in public discourse on American Postal issues. It website provides updated information
on international postal regulatory developments.
The Consumer Postal Council’s Postal Freedom index provides information on postal services in different countries, addressing such factors as market liberalization, government or private ownership of providers, level of competition within markets, degree of regulation, and universal service.