Statement of USPS PMG and CEO Louis DeJoy before the House Committee

“I assumed the role of Postmaster General just over 60 days ago with the goal of preserving and strengthening this great American institution. The Postal Service was established by Congress to fulfill a public service mission of providing prompt, reliable, and universal postal services to the American people, in an efficient and financially self-sustaining fashion….

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PMG DeJoy Testifies before Senate on U.S. Postal Service Changes (video and PDF of oral statement)

August 21, 2020 Postmaster General DeJoy testifies before the Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee on the U.S. Postal Service operations during COVID-19 pandemic and the 2020 election. Oral Statement of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy

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Commissioner Goldway issues scathing dissent on PRC’s decision to dismiss Careywood appeal

The Postal Regulatory Commission has dismissed the appeal on the closing of the contract postal unit in Careywood, Idaho. It was a terrible decision. It is illogical and inconsistent with the Commission’s own precedents, and it creates a new precedent that endangers not only all contract post offices, but every post office in the country….

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How long does the mail take? Let the Postal Service count the days

April 9, 2015 The Postal Service is proposing to change the way it measures the on-time service performance of First Class Mail.  Instead of contracting a third-party to evaluate how long it takes for the mail to be delivered, the Postal Service wants to count the days itself.  The change requires the approval of the Postal…

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How the new service standards may slow down much more mail than the Postal Service is saying

(January 11, 2015) The mail is slowing down again, but it’s not clear how much. There’s good reason to be believe, though, that it will more than the Postal Service is saying. The first slowdown took place in July 2012, when the Postal Service implemented phase one of the Network Rationalization plan, which closed about 150 mail…

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