USPS OIG Audit Report: Delayed Mail Validation

Background The U.S. Postal Service considers mail to be delayed when it is not processed in time to meet the established delivery day. Mail processing facilities are required to complete daily counts and self-report on-hand mail, delayed mail, late arriving mail, and mail processed after the processing cut-off time. Mail processing personnel are to complete…

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Opinion Column: The reason for poor postal service

By Greg Davidson – June 14, 2015 Lately, there has been a great deal of confusion concerning the fate of the local mail processing plant, the Richard G. Wilson Processing and Distribution Facility. At this point, there have been no details provided as to how this plant will be affected by the U.S. Postal Service’s…

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KFVS12 I-Team Update: Why is mail delivery so slow? – Part 2

By Kathy Sweeney – June 11, 2015 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) – Why is our mail running so slow? Several union postal workers from the Processing Center in Cape Girardeau say, they hear this question all the time. Read more: I-Team Update: Why is mail delivery so slow? – KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau,…

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Cape Girardeau mail-processing center may keep some tasks for a while

By Erin Ragan – June 2, 2015 The Cape Girardeau Processing and Distribution Center is among dozens of United States Postal Service facilities throughout the country expected to hang on to some of its operations until 2016. The postal service announced last week it would push back planned consolidation activities for facilities or shift some…

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