Not only am I thankful for your efforts to get postal operations back up and running, but I also am impressed by the resilience and compassion you have shown during these difficult times. I could not be prouder to lead this postal team.
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Veterans Day provides our nation with the opportunity to recognize brave patriots — courageous individuals including the veterans employed throughout our organization.
Open season, the annual period when Postal Service employees can change their health benefits or enroll in a new plan, begins Monday, Nov. 13.
The Postal Service has previewed the image that will be shown on the new Alzheimer’s Semipostal stamp. The artwork shows a woman’s profile facing right with a hand on her shoulder and sunlight and clouds behind her. The illustration first appeared on the 2008 42-cent Alzheimer’s Awareness stamp with the woman facing left.
Celebrating African American History and Culture, a stamp honoring the only national museum devoted exclusively to the African-American experience, was dedicated Oct. 13.
A Postal Service employee who rescued a grandmother and grandson from a raging house fire in Johnstown, PA, received the top hero of the year award from the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) this week.
(U.S. Senate)-Following reports that postal managers intentionally delayed mail in Montana, U.S. Senator Jon Tester met with Postmaster General Megan Brennan in his Washington office to ask her how she was addressing the situation.
The stamps, which will be released Oct. 20, are se-tenant, which means they are attached on one side, yet differ in design. The scene on the first stamp portrays a modern hockey player. The second stamp shows a vintage hockey player, representing the game’s past, set against a snowy background.
WASHINGTON — Attention sports fans — the U.S. Postal Service and Canada Post have jointly created stamps to celebrate the history of ice hockey, the fast-paced sport played on frozen ponds and in rinks across North America and around the world.
USPS is providing employees with the tools and training they need to excel in their jobs, PMG Megan J. Brennan told a recent meeting of Postmasters and other managers.
In the midst of major hurricanes, PMG Megan J. Brennan is thanking employees for their recovery efforts and encouraging them to stay safe.
PMG Megan J. Brennan addresses on-the-job safety, the Postal Pulse employee survey and several other topics in her latest “Business Focus” video.
No matter where customers interact with USPS, the organization wants to provide them with excellent service, PMG Megan J. Brennan told the National Star Route Mail Contractors Association (NSRMCA) recently.
The Postal Service dedicated its Father Theodore Hesburgh stamp Sept. 1 at the University of Notre Dame, where he was the school’s longest-serving president.
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The Postal Service is improving customers’ experiences by investing in employees and new technology, PMG Megan J. Brennan told a recent gathering of rural carriers.