The Postal Service is a remarkable government success story. It has supported and/or survived dozens of technical revolutions, has been the steppingstone for millions to move up into decent middle-class jobs, has had virtually no graft or corruption, and has maintained and expanded service to every corner of the country Continue reading Former PRC Chairman, […]
However, the White House apparently rejected substantive, congressionally crafted provisions in the third stimulus bill, enacted on March 27, to mitigate the damage to the Postal Service from lost mail revenue attributable to COVID-19. Continue reading The Postal Service: Needed Now More Than Ever at Postal Times.
In particular, the GAO’s first matter for congressional consideration – “Congress should consider reassessing and determining the level of universal postal service the nation requires” – is long overdue and must be addressed as quickly as possible. Continue reading PRC Chairman: Ensuring Universal Postal Service Is Delivered to America at Postal Times.
On May 12, Janet Pilcher, former secretary-treasurer of National Association of Letter Carriers Branch 536, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to embezzling $65,033 Continue reading Georgia Letter Carriers Secretary Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement at Postal Times.
The Postal Service has introduced PS 4584-T, a form that managers and supervisors can use to help tractor-trailer operators improve their driving behavior and safety. Continue reading Helping tractor-trailer drivers improve safety at Postal Times.