USPS Delayed Mail Piece Spreadsheet – Fiscal Year 2015

Via APWU Member Sam Wood: I believe this is the best information I have compiled in a long time. Please feel free to share this delayed mail volumes. Please take your time when looking through it as I believe many of you will be impressed by the information that I was able to find! The…

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Alliance for Retired Americans Friday Alert – April 17, 2015

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In this issue: Prescription Drug Costs May Increase Under Trans-Pacific Partnership GOP Presidential Candidates Discuss Slashing Social Security, Medicare if Elected Department of Labor Releases Proposal to Protect Retirement Savings Senate Passes Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) Replacement U.S. Spending on Prescription Drugs Reaches an All-Time High Medicare Turns 50: LBJ’s Vision

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Senator Carper Convenes Bipartisan Briefing on Postal Service Finances

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April 17, 2015 WASHINGTON – Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, convened a bipartisan briefing on the state of Postal Service finances Thursday afternoon. The briefing provided an important opportunity for all senators to hear from the U.S. Postal Service along with key oversight bodies, including the…

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Amazon Drones Could Deliver A Package In Under 30 Minutes For $1

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By Tasha Keeney – April 17, 2015 In December of last year, Amazon announced Prime Air, the company’s plan to deliver future packages by drone (“UAV”). While the media and others mocked this announcement, UAV delivery is likely to disrupt traditional package delivery significantly. If the FAA gives Amazon clearance for commercial rollout of its…

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