Office of the Deputy Minister for Postal Operations
The office of the Deputy Minister for Postal Operations (DMO) supervises the largest Department of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications. This office is headed by a Deputy Minister. The functions of the office are mainly to coordinate activities directly related to the delivery of postal products and services across the Liberian postal territory. Considering the volume of activities associated with the Department of Postal Operations, the DMO is assisted by two key technical officers, the Director General of Posts and an Assistant Minister for Planning, Research, Statistics, and Documentation;
Office of the Assistant Minister for Planning, Research, Statistics, and Documentations
The office of the Assistant Minister for Planning, Research, and Statistics & Documentation of the Ministry falls under the Deputy Minister for Postal Operations. However, as a chief planner of the Ministry. The Assistant Minister’s functions cut across the two other departments. The office is charged with the functions/responsibilities such as collecting, analyzing and interpreting postal statistical data of all inbound and outbound mail items, printed postage stamps, amount of postage stamp affixed to outbound mail items, private lock boxes, private containers lock boxes and stores the Ministry’s documents. It conducts research on postal development and challenges and plans strategies that are geared towards moving the post alongside other growing postal systems. It also coordinates with other departments as its cross-cutting responsibilities in the development and implementation of their programs.