The Postal Service is pursuing a new service standard that would slow delivery of about a third of small, lightweight packages.
The Postal Service and the General Services Administration are making seven post offices in the Washington, D.C. metro area permanent locations for federal employees and contractors to obtain or update their Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards.
Attorneys general are telling regulators that the Postal Service should abandon plans that would slow the delivery of nearly 40% of first-class mail.
Chief Retail and Delivery Officer Kristin Seaver, a USPS executive vice president and its former chief information officer, will retire from the agency on Aug. 28 after a nearly 30 years.
Biden is asking lawmakers to approve $5 billion to support a broader national transition to electric and zero-emission vehicles.
The Postal Service’s regulatory agency is in the final stretch of drafting an advisory opinion that, if favorable, would give USPS approval to slow first-class mail delivery standards.
In today's Federal Newscast, companies manufacturing electronics may opt out of working with the Defense Department because of the cost of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.
USPS this week reported delivering nearly 88% of first-class mail on time in May. That’s about a 10% increase in performance compared to the second quarter of fiscal 2021.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new White House memorandum establishes fighting corruption as a core national security interest for the Biden administration.
Now that a serious effort at postal reform seems to be making traction, business groups are lining up to support it — but with some caveats. Tom Temin got one view from the executive director of the Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service, Art Sackler.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Rights for the TSA Workforce Act would give transportation security officers General Schedule pay and collective bargaining rights.
The Postal Service sent its first reduction in force notices to non-union management employees, while the Senate confirmed Biden's third USPS board pick.
One historian just authored a book that tells us how the Postal Service enabled the settling of the West in a historically short time. Author Cameron Blevins discussed his research on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs' inspector general said the agency initially underestimated the costs of physical infrastructure upgrades needed to support its new electronic health record.