USPS Statement on COVID-19-related funding

USPS News Release – April 2, 2021 The U.S. Postal Service continues to track our COVID-19-Related Operating Expenses consistent with our understanding with the Department of the Treasury. As of March 31, 2021, we have been reimbursed for such expenses in the cumulative amount of $8.648B pursuant to the terms of the CARES Act as…

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PMG and Leadership of Unions, Management Associations Form Joint Task Force on Service Performance

March 23, 2021 The following Joint Statement was issued by: Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer Louis DeJoy Fred Rolando, President of the National Association of Letter Carriers Paul Hogrogian, National President of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union Daniel Heins, National President of the United Postmasters and Managers of America Mark Dimondstein, President, American…

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USPS Unveils 10-Year Plan

USPS News Release – March 23, 2021 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ‘DELIVERING FOR AMERICA’ PLAN – Aims to meet or exceed 95 percent network-wide, on-time delivery – Operates at break-even by FY2023 avoiding $160 billion in projected losses over the next 10 years Preserves affordable, six-day mail and expands seven-day package delivery Generates $24 billion in…

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Overall USPS Mail Delivery Performance Recovers

USPS News Release – March 18, 2021 For the week of March 6, overall USPS service performance for delivery of First-Class Mail reached 83.7 percent USPS focused on continued, sustained improvement across all mail categories WASHINGTON, DC — The United States Postal Service announced today strong improvements in mail delivery service performance across all categories…

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USPS: Voluntary Early Retirement offers to most non-bargaining employees

The Postal Service will consolidate its districts, realign its Logistics and Processing Operations divisions, and offer a voluntary early retirement option to most eligible non-bargaining employees at its headquarters, headquarters-related, area and district offices. Under a plan announced March 3, the organization’s 67 districts will be consolidated into 50. The new territories will align closely…

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USPS: Elections held for BOG chairman, vice chairman

Ron A. Bloom and Roman Martinez IV have been unanimously elected chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the USPS Board of Governors. The elections occurred during the board’s Feb. 9 meeting. Bloom succeeds Robert M. Duncan, the board’s chairman since September 2018, who will continue his term as a governor. Bloom has served on the…

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USPS: First-quarter financial results reported

The Postal Service has reported its financial results for fiscal year 2021’s first quarter (Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 2020). Here are some highlights: • Revenue. Total revenue was $21.5 billion, up 11.1 percent from the same period one year earlier. Despite record election-related mail during the quarter, revenue from mail services dropped, the result of the…

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USPS: Get Ready for the Busiest Mailing and Shipping Week

WASHINGTON, DC — You’re very nearly there! It’s the last week to get those holiday gifts and greetings in the mail by the recommended deadlines. Dec. 14 – 21 is expected to be the Postal Service’s busiest week of the holiday mailing and shipping season. This has been an extraordinary year of unprecedented challenges given…

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