USPS OIG: Express or Bust

You get what you pay for with Priority Mail Express, the U.S. Postal Service’s fastest mail product. It’s not cheap, but it comes with a money-back guarantee should USPS fall short of the promised one- or two-day delivery. The nationwide service performance goal for Priority Mail Express is 96.85 percent on time. However, it’s falling…

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U.S. Postal Service delivery times lag more than expected

By Henry J. Cordes – May 17, 2015 For decades, the U.S. Postal Service has pledged that you could send a letter anywhere in the country and see it arrive at its destination within three days. But lately, only 63 percent of such non-local mail arrives on time. For letters sent from or to some…

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FBO: Postal Regulatory Commission Request For Proposal – Parcel Market Data

Parcel Market Data Solicitation Number: PRC-2014-4 Agency: Postal Regulatory Commission Office: PRC Office of Administration Location: PRC HQ Background The Postal Service’s parcel delivery products compete in a dynamic market, and the position and performance of these products in the marketplace is often a consideration in proceedings before the Commission. Monitoring market share and on-time…

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