According to documents obtained by The Washington Post, he will be one of a number of historical, cultural and literary figures honored. His stamp is listed as being in design development.
Other commemorative stamps slated for 2015 will include soul singer James Brown and Tonight show legend Johnny Carson, as well as a reissue of Elvis Presley.
Susan McGowan, the Postal Service's executive director for stamp services and corporate licensing, told the Post that those chosen to be on the stamps "are subject to change" at any time.
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Jobs, who played a crucial role in shaping personal computing, died in 2011.