The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit suggested the Postal Regulatory Commission could allow USPS to set even higher prices for the mail products it has a monopoly over in the coming years.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee on Thursday approved $12 billion for federal electric vehicles as part of the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package proposed by Democrats.
USPS in the memo encourages all employees “who wish to get vaccinated” to do so, but the USPS workforce is under no obligation to get the vaccine.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon is determining what it should do with billions intended for the Afghan armed forces.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Postal Service saw a more than 30% decrease in passport applications last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Postal Service is gearing up to fill a significant number of supervisor positions left vacant as part of a recently lifted hiring-and-promotion freeze, in order to prepare for this year’s peak holiday season.
Two of President Joe Biden’s picks to serve on the USPS Board of Governors pushed back strongly on USPS plans to slow first-class mail and about a third of first-class packages.
The Postal Service, as an independent agency, is setting its own rules on masks and vaccines apart from the rest of the federal workforce, but is seeing an uptick in employees who need to quarantine as the delta variant of COVID-19 presents new challenges for the agency.
The Postal Service Office of Inspector General has taken a step to make the public aware of what's really going on with mail delivery. For more about the project, IG Tammy Whitcomb joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The agency said employees who are not fully vaccinated must still wear a mask in situations where they can’t maintain a six-foot distance. However, the agency said it will not require any employee to provide proof of vaccination.
The Postal Service’s regulator is warning USPS that plans to slow down nearly 40% of first-class mail delivery wouldn’t result in “much improvement, if any” to its current financial condition.
The Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to raise rates later this summer, after lawmakers asked the agency to postpone the increase.
A Senate measure would bolster safety for when feds returned to the office. This and more updates from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
In today's Federal Newscast: This summer's Post Office rate increases are expected to decrease business and make more money, and the U.S. Fleet Forces Command has a new leader.