USPS Delivery Network Improvement Plan Offers Potential to Expand Number of Electric Vehicles in Postal Fleet

Delivery network and related route refinements may alter the appropriate mix of vehicles to be procured under the NGDV contract USPS will soon publish a Notice of Intent to supplement the Final Environmental Impact Statement for Next Generation Delivery Vehicles (NGDV) to determine if changes to the delivery fleet mix are warranted based upon the…

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DeJoy’s Remarks During Feb. 8, 2022 Postal Service Board of Governors meeting

February 8, 2022 WASHINGTON, DC — The below remarks are as prepared for delivery by Postmaster General and CEO Louis DeJoy during the open session meeting of the Postal Service Board of Governors on Feb. 8, 2022. USPS National News Release – Feb. 8, 2022 Source: USPS

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PMG rings Nasdaq opening bell Dec. 27

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy rang the opening bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange Dec. 27. During brief remarks, DeJoy discussed the Postal Service’s work to deliver holiday mail and packages, as well as USPS Operation Santa, the annual program that allows people to “adopt” letters to help Santa Claus fulfill the holiday wish lists of…

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PMG DeJoy says USPS is prepared (video)

November 23, 2021 In his latest video message, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy says the Postal Service is in good shape for the coming holiday season. “We told the country and our customers that we are ready for their holiday mail and packages,” DeJoy says. “I am proud to say that we are all delivering on…

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Rep Katie Porter: Postmaster DeJoy needs to go

On-time mail delivery has plummeted under Postmaster Louis DeJoy—forcing veterans to wait longer for prescriptions, seniors to scramble to pay bills without their Social Security checks, and communities to feel less connected. Postmaster DeJoy needs to go. pic.twitter.com/NxVivkOQZt — Rep. Katie Porter (@RepKatiePorter) November 16, 2021

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Dump DeJoy, Bounce Bloom Rally in NYC

Excerpt from LaborPress.org article – September 24, 2021: Chuck Zlatkin, legislative and political director for the NY Metro Area Postal Union, says mail delivery standards need to be returned to 2012 levels. That’s when he says service began to suffer as a result of systemic plant closings and dubious cost-saving measures. Said Zlatkin, “This new…

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