Is USPS’ Informed Delivery feature a new target for security threats?

By C.J. Lovelace – November 25, 2017 The holiday season means a significant increase in mail as millions upon millions of letters and packages move through the U.S. Postal Service system en route to their destinations. For years, the postal service has taken digital photographs of mail as it moves through sorting facilities, helping make…

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(VIDEO) Postal Service replacing 10 cluster mailboxes a day around Albuquerque and Rio Rancho

Vandals and thieves are keeping the United States Postal Service very busy around the metro area. Crews are struggling to keep up with the dozens of cluster mailboxes they’re being forced to replace each week. A USPS spokesperson told KOB they have to replace ten cluster mailboxes every day around Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. Neighbors…

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Postal workers: Staples partnership is bad for government business

Since January, postal workers in 27 states have held protests objecting to a Staples-U.S. Postal Service (USPS) partnership that offers in-store postal services using non-union retail employees. In late April alone, rallies took place at 56 Staples stores where the company decided to expand its original 82-store pilot program. In Concord, N.H., more than 100…

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