USPS: In letter, PMG DeJoy praises employees

In his first letter to USPS employees, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy expresses his pride in their service to the American people and his eagerness to work with them to secure the organization’s future. “I commit to working with you to create a long-term, viable operating model for the Postal Service that will ensure the organization…

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Quorum restored to USPS Board of Governors as Moak, Zollars are confirmed

By Eric White – June 19, 2020 The Postal Service continues to add new leadership to its top ranks. The Senate confirmed Donald Lee Moak and Bill Zollars to serve on the Postal Service’s Board of Governors. They will restore the quorum the board lost earlier this month when Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman stepped…

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Postal Bulletin highlights PMG Heroes’ Program

In a moment of crisis, a Postal Service™ customer in Miami turned to a trusted figure for help: Letter Carrier Donna Bratton. Bratton was delivering mail at the customer’s apartment complex when the woman ran up to her, holding an infant. “My baby can’t breathe!” the customer exclaimed. While 911 was called, Bratton performed CPR…

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USPS PMG DeJoy discusses USPS, praises employees (video)

In a new video message, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy discusses the Postal Service’s essential role in American life and thanks employees for their dedication to the organization and its customers. “Over the past several months, the importance of the United States Postal Service has been more apparent than ever,” DeJoy says. “This institution helps to…

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PMG Brennan bids farewell to USPS employees

The following message is from Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan: After a 34-year career with the Postal Service, I am retiring June 12 with a tremendous sense of pride in all we do for the nation and in how we do it — by focusing on our mission of service and by coming together and…

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Postal Service Revenue Topped Projections During Pandemic, Lawmakers Say

By Zachary Stieber – June 9, 2020 U.S. Postal Service revenue rose by hundreds of millions of dollars during the COVID-19 pandemic, undercutting warnings the agency would collapse if not given federal funding, a group of lawmakers said. The post office should revise its projections, given that revenue during the first 11 weeks of the…

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