USPS OIG: Spring 2024 Semiannual Report to Congress

The Office of Inspector General is tasked with ensuring efficiency, accountability, and integrity in the U.S. Postal Service. We also have the distinct mission of helping to maintain confidence in the mail and postal system, as well as to improve the Postal Service’s bottom line. We use audits and investigations to help protect the integrity…

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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s latest employee video message is now available

January 11, 2024 In his latest video message for employees, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy discusses the Postal Service‚Äôs performance during the holiday season. He also updates employees on the organization‚Äôs efforts to become a high-performing logistics and delivery provider under the Delivering for America plan. Additionally, DeJoy talks about the Postal Service‚Äôs plans for the…

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APWU: Postal Service Intends to Conduct MPFR Studies in 30 Locations

From:¬†Tamiya Nelson <tnelson@apwu.org> Sent:¬†Wednesday, January 10, 2024 To:¬†Charlie Cash <CCash@apwu.org> Subject:¬†Notification GCCG20240014 The Postal Service Intends to Conduct MPFR Studies in 30 Locations Good afternoon, Mr. Cash, Please see attached Notification GCCG20240014 The Postal Service Intends to Conduct MPFR Studies in 30 Locations. Thank you, Tamiya Nelson Secretary, Executive Office American Postal Workers Union Office:…

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APWU: Update on PMG Plan to Change Network – August 2, 2023

IMPORTANT NOTE If a facility is identified to become an SDC, RPDC, LPC, etc. it does not automatically mean that it will be subject to Article 12 excessing or abolishment. The inclusions on these lists and previously sent out documents is not Article 12 notification of excessing! If and when excessing under Article 12.C.5 is…

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USPS Network Plan Includes Insourcing of Linehaul Work

By Mike O’Brien – August 2, 2023 A U.S. Postal Service plan to insource all line hauling of mail and parcels between hubs and local delivery units, which had been handled by contractors, will be completely phased in by 2025, according to a source with knowledge of meetings with USPS officials. As part of the…

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USPS OIG Report: Postal Service’s Plans to Resolve Post Office Suspensions

Background A post office suspension occurs when the U.S. Postal Service temporarily stops operations at a Postal Service-operated retail facility. A facility may be suspended due to a natural disaster, termination of a lease or rental agreement, lack of qualified personnel to operate the office, irreparable or severe damage to the retail facility, or the…

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USPS finances: Second-quarter results reported

May 9, 2023 The Postal Service has reported its financial results for fiscal year 2023‚Äôs second quarter (Jan. 1-March 31, 2023). Here are some highlights: ‚ÄĘ Revenue. Total operating revenue was $19.3 billion, a decrease of 2.4 percent compared with the same quarter last fiscal year. First-Class Mail revenue increased 0.5 percent, and Marketing Mail…

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USPS releases Delivering for America: Second-Year Progress Report

April 27, 2023 The Postal Service has released Delivering for America: Second-Year Progress Report, an update on the organization‚Äôs 10-year plan to achieve financial stability and service excellence. Since the plan was published in March 2021, USPS has achieved significant milestones, including: ‚ÄĘ Aligning for operational excellence. The Postal Service is focused on becoming a…

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