Current News

Maloney Yanks DeJoy-Friendly Provision From Postal Bill After Union Complains
U.S. House panel to take up Postal Service reform measures
US postal service goes all in on AI
On-time delivery plunges at U.S. Postal Service, with 1 in 5 pieces of mail arriving late
DeJoy’s USPS changes begin: 4 takeaways from the agency’s latest meeting
Postal Service Loses Far Less Money In Q2 2021 Than In Previous Year
Democrats want $8B to electrify US Postal Service deliveries
Rep. Mace Sounds Alarm on Post Office’s “Covert” Online Surveillance Program
Postal Inspection Service called ‘out of control’ over spying reports
USPS opts for reduction in force for non-union employees in agency restructuring’s final phase
The Postmaster General’s New Attack on the Mail is a Fig Leaf for Privatization
Expect more mail delays as USPS plans to consolidate facilities, postal workers warn
GAO questions sustainability of U.S. Postal Service
GAO: USPS Volume, Performance, and Financial Changes since the Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Postmaster General Vows to ‘Consider’ Critiques as USPS Announces Tanking Performance in Recent Months
Postal Service to Issue Layoff Notices Later This Month
USPS Defends Slower Mail Proposal Before Its Regulator
USPS Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2021 Results
Senators Submit The DeJoy Act
Postal Service Reform: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?
Postal Banking Proposal: Private Sector Already Solved Problem
How the USPS Is Using AI at the Edge to Improve Mail
Postal banking won’t deliver
Can the USPS Deliver a Major Reformation?
Amazon is spending big to take on UPS and FedEx
About 40 percent of post offices operate in the red. Could banking services bring in more money?
The Postmaster General’s New Attack on the Mail is a Fig Leaf for Privatization
Delivering for America: Our Vision and Ten-Year Plan
Postal Service to announces plans to consolidate 18 mail facilities
USPS Will Complete Facility Consolidations Started in 2015 – Procure 138 Package Sorters and Lease 45 Annex Facilities to Support Surges, Overflow of Packages
Biden’s Postal Service Board Nominees Move Forward—But It Still Might Not Be Enough To Oust DeJoy
Senate Committee Advances Biden’s Nominees for USPS Board
USPS Begins New Round of Facility Consolidations While Also Procuring Dozens More
The New Postal Board Nominees and the Future of USPS
USPS admits it is spying on Americans by monitoring their social media – but won’t reveal details
U.S. Post Office to brief lawmakers on its covert surveillance program
PMG DeJoy criticizes mailing industry, USPS in scathing letter
USPS speeds up plans to get 138 package-sorting machines running ahead of holiday season
Oshkosh takes victory lap over Postal Service delivery truck contract