“The Postal Service's strategic plan has the potential to help its operations and revenues, but how well the plan is implemented will affect how much help it provides. The important task of improving the financial condition of the Postal Service remains daunting.”
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said Tuesday that “more aggressive cost reductions to operations” are needed to keep USPS’ long-term financial goals within reach.
The Postal Service is laying the foundation for electric vehicles to make up a majority of its fleet in less than a decade, a plan that puts the agency well ahead of the Biden administration’s green government goals.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy tells Federal News Network in an interview that USPS may need to hire about 300,000 employees over the next decade just to keep its current headcount. But the overall size of the future USPS workforce is subject to change.
More than a dozen House lawmakers are calling on the Postal Service to protect its workforce from extreme heat.
The Postal Service is outlining sweeping changes to its transportation and delivery network across the country, with a focus on growing its shipping and package business.
The Postal Service is telling lawmakers that rural carriers have the resources they need to ensure fair compensation under a new pay system that’s been in the works for more than a decade.
The Postal Service’s financial losses are deepening, and more than double what the agency expected so far this fiscal year.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy says Postal Service can still achieve its long-term financial goals – if its regulator and Congress don’t interfere with plans to overhaul its delivery network.
Over the past few years, letter carriers pulled residents from a burning home, rescued plane crash survivors and protected a woman from an attacker by sheltering her in their mail truck.
USPS is hardening the security of its blue collection boxes following repeated calls for action from Congress.
The Postal Service is falling short of its goal to start turning around its financial losses this year, and reported a $2.5 billion net loss for the second quarter of fiscal 2023.
The Postal Service is telling its 635,000-employee workforce that an ongoing effort to consolidate its delivery network won’t result in layoffs.
Perspectives are mixed on whether the Postal Service Reform Act has put USPS on a path to leave its long-term financial woes in the past.