The bipartisan plan to save the Post Office
The USPS has been slowly bleeding for the last decade. It has lost money for 13 years straight, it's been forced to brutally cut its workforce and infrastructure, and it's become more reliant on low-pay and part-time workers. At this rate, it will run out of funds in five years. This situation has turned the USPS into a topic of partisan rancor, with liberals blaming the right's anti-government ethos, while conservatives blame liberals' anti-market obtuseness.Read more ...
Consumer Overview & Updates: December 2019
The downloadable Users and Household Data (Excel file), updated weekly, is available on the Informed Delivery for Business Mailers website. User acquisition continues via paid search, usps.com® intercepts, Retail POP, and co-marketing.
In an effort to course-correct from more than a decade of net financial losses, the Postal Service on Wednesday released a long-awaited five year-business plan.
Postmaster General Megan Brennan and Robert Duncan, chairman of the USPS Board of Governors, said the Postal Service faces a unique challenge operating both as a large business and as a federal agency with a mandate to provide the same level of delivery service to every address in the United States.Read more ...
Oct. 9, 2019
WASHINGTON — The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today of price changes to take effect Jan. 26, 2020.Read more ...
Pictured: Michelle Hayward, Jon Bowman, Cheryl Swaim, Molly Grubb, & Ronald White