January 19, 2016
Postal officials are ready to raise the white flag in their six-year battle to end Saturday delivery of letters and flat mail.
Postal-reform legislation with broad-based support is gradually taking shape in Congress, Deputy Postmaster General told last week’s meeting of the Mailers Technical Advisory Council (MTAC), according to PostCom Bulletin.
“In response to question as to what the USPS has compromised on in the legislative discussions with its stakeholders, Stroman said that 5-day delivery was one of the things the USPS dropped and that other things that used to be on its list are no longer there,” said the bulletin, which is only available to members of the multi-industry Association for Postal Commerce (PostCom).
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