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.
Postal Service and Justice Department attorneys are asking a federal court to dismiss an electric vehicle company's bid protest over USPS's next-generation delivery vehicle contract, on the grounds that the vendor failed to exhaust all of its administrative appeal options before filing the bid protest in June.
Workhorse alleged the USPS vehicle award recipient submitted a prototype vehicle “entirely different” than the one selected for production, and that the winning design “skipped the prototype phase altogether.”
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.