- Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee
- Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee - A group of individuals (non-USPS employees) appointed by the USPS to review suggestions for postage stamp subjects and to recommend those subjects to be adopted for postage stamps and postal stationery. The Committee, which meets several times a year, includes artists, historians, educators, and philatelists with backgrounds related to the subjects and stamp design.
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