Over the past year big mailers and postal union officials worked together on a plan to rescue postal reform. But will legislators and the Postal Service listen to what they have to say?
The Senate bill coauthor is willing to compromise on some measures, but not on his resolve to make the exigent rate permanent.
The sponsor of the Senate Postal Reform Act says passing it now could delay Phase 2 of the Postal Service's 'network rationalization' plan for at least two years.
Here's how crazy the pursuit of postal reform has gotten in recent months.
$19 billion of those savings would result from moves to five-day delivery and cluster boxes, says the Congressional Budget Office.
The deposed House Majority leader hoped to rescue highway funding with savings from moving to five-day delivery.
Representatives Issa and Clay tell a hearing that postal innovation's fine—as long as it invigorates the Postal Service's bottom line.
Two studies reveal consumers' expectations for, and flexibility on, mail and package delivery.
The PRC chairman asserts that the Postal Service's strategy to depersonalize consumers and ignore concerns of mailers can only end in failure.
NALC leader tells stakeholders that Congress and the Postal Service are on the wrong path to the future.
The Postal Service is extending what was a three-day delivery expectation to a four-day delivery expectation.
With the right attitude, you can change pretty much anything--even the future of the USPS.
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