Avoid using USPS computers to charge devices

The Postal Service wants employees to remember that USB ports on work computers shouldnā€™t be used to charge personal devices. Plugging smartphones, tablets, wearable technology and other gadgets into USPS equipment violates Postal Service policy and puts the organizationā€™s data at risk. The CyberSafe at USPS team offers the following tips: Use wall outlets in…

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OIG: Autonomous Mobile Robots and the Postal Service

Autonomous mobile robots have grabbed the interest of postal operators and logistics companies for their potential to cut costs, increase efficiency, and enable new services. The Postal Service has a long history of piloting early forms of robots in sorting centers but has yet to really test the latest generation of robots for sorting and…

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USPS: Postal Inspection Service offering HAZMAT training

The Postal Inspection Service is offering three new training courses to help employees who accept and handle hazardous materials. The first course, Advanced HAZMAT Training, is now available in the Learning Management System. The course number is 10026976. The course provides instruction on: navigating Publication 52, Hazardous, Restricted and Perishable Mail; classification of hazardous materials;…

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