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Postal Regulatory Commission to launch new Web site

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The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) announced today that its new, user-friendly Web site will launch on Monday, April 7. After 5 p.m. (EST) today, the existing site will no longer be available.

According to the PRC, the new site will "provide seamless access to commission information and will be easier for users to navigate with updated security, usability and accessibility standards."

The updated site will have two new features called "the newsroom" and "breaking news," which will provide up-to-date information on the PRC's activities.

Familiar features, like the PRC's "daily listing" and "filing online" features, will remain along with links to various reference materials and archived documents.

As of Monday, people will be able to access the new site at www.prc.gov.
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