The UPU is the fundamental organization for the Post, intergovernmental in nature, with the concept of wider sector involvement embedded in its mission and strategy. As recognized by Congress (C11/2021), the access of wider postal sector players (WPSPs) to UPU products and services will help advance the organization’s mission as laid out in the UPU Constitution. This work has been taken forward by the Council of Administration, which has created a dedicated task force to look more closely into this matter.
This consultation reflects the current thinking and broad direction of travel of the task force, and aims to seek your views on some rather complex topics.
As a key stakeholder in this fast-changing environment, your views are invaluable in advancing this work. Your responses will help advance the UPU mission in the areas of cooperation and interaction among stakeholders, as well as in ensuring the satisfaction of citizens’ changing needs.
Please return the completed questionnaire to TF.OpeningUp@upu.int no later than Friday, 26 August 2022.
Letter from the Director General
Questionnaires for members of UPU bodies
Kindly note that this link will take you to the UPU document centre, you will need to log in with your authorized credentials to access the surveys (available in all UPU languages).
The surveys are kept under CA > 2022 > Task force on the opening up of the UPU to wider postal sector players > Stakeholder consultation on further reform and opening up of the UPU.
You can download a .doc version of the questionnaire by selecting “Original Format” option in the documentation centre.
Questionnaire to be completed by Governments
Questionnaire to be completed by Regulators
Questionnaire to be completed by Designated Operators
Questionnaire to be completed by Consultative Committee members
Public Consultation Questionnaire05.08.2022The questionnaire below aims to gather further details about your engagement with the postal players in your country, as well as to examine potential ways and conditions for you to engage with the UPU.