Last month the U.S. Postal Service published a notice that it was expanding the service area for the Flats Sequencing System.
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The House Oversight and Government Reform (OGR) Committee has crafted a bipartisan postal reform discussion draft as a precursor to introducing legislation later in June. Summarized, the draft attempts to enhance revenue and improve efficiency, streamline the governance and oversight of the Postal Service, and most notably from a financial standpoint, integrate postal retiree healthcare with Medicare.
Magazine publishers, newspapers and other senders of flat mail are slated to be hit with a backdoor postal rate increase next month.
USPS wants to increase the cost to send First Class Mail Parcels on Aug. 28, as well as offer marketers six mail promotions.
MailPro is a new Mail Professional Training Program introduced jointly by Idealliance and Epicomm.
Acting Chairman Robert G. Taub pointed out a number of issues that have impeded the USPS’ efforts to stabilize its financial position.
For Q2 of fiscal year 2016, the USPS reported operating revenue of $17.7 billion. Net loss for the quarter was $2.0 billion.
A new joint survey demonstrates that young voters pay close attention to political mail, favoring it over other types of political ads.
The PRC’s review finds that the USPS FY 2015 Report, FY 2016 Plan failed to meet three of four goals, partially met the fourth goal.
A new employee survey proves what countless postal workers have been saying for years: The USPS is a horrible place to work.