The Postal Service is a powerful engine of innovation in the modern economy, PMG Megan J. Brennan writes in a new opinion piece.
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06/22/2017 – On June 21, the APWU and National Postal Mail Handlers Union (NPMHU) sent a joint letter to Postmaster General Megan Brennan chastising her administration’s “wholesale and massive job cuts.”
The R Street Institute’s trip down memory lane about the U.S. Postal Service (“The lost genius of the Post Office”) gets a few things correct, but on balance is woefully ill-informed and misguided.
In a new “Business Focus” video, PMG Megan J. Brennan discusses the importance of on-the-job safety.
The PMG discusses the Postal Service’s continued investments in technology, including Informed Delivery, a feature that provides customers with digital previews of their incoming mail, as well as Informed Visibility, an advanced analytics platform that supports business mailers’ marketing campaigns.
“The growth of the mailing and shipping industry relies on our unrivaled network and rich data platform,” Brennan said. “We are at the convergence of physical and digital. There has never been a bigger opportunity for mail.”
PMG Megan J. Brennan is thanking employees for their efforts to prepare for the Stamp Out Hunger food drive, to be held Saturday, May 13.
This coming week, May 7-13, is Public Service Recognition Week. Across the United States, cities, counties, states, federal agencies and service organizations are joining together to honor public servants and connect Americans with their government.
I thank Chairman Jason Chaffetz, Ranking Member Elijah Cummings as well as other members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee including Representatives Mark Meadows, Gerry Connolly, Stephen Lynch, Dennis Ross, Steve Russell, Brenda Lawrence, Glenn Thompson and Tim Ryan for introducing, cosponsoring and, with an overwhelming vote, passing out of committee H.R. 756, the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017.
America deserves a financially stable United States Postal Service that can continue to play a vital role in our economy and society
In a new “Business Focus” video, PMG Megan J. Brennan thanks employees for making safety “a core value for the Postal Service.”
Benjamin Franklin Bailar, a collector of classic United States stamps who became the nation’s 61st postmaster general and presided over the Postal Service in its early years as an independent federal agency, died Feb. 20. He was 82.
At the February 7 hearing on the House postal bill, Postmaster General Megan Brennan gave a very clear description of her policy toward future postage rate increases: trust us.
I thank you for serving our customers and our community so well. The Postal Service is a proud organization with a long history and bright future ahead. I know you feel the same sense of pride as I do about our mission, what we stand for and all that we accomplished in 2016, improving customer service at every touch-point. Due to your efforts, no other shipper delivers more online purchases to the home than the Postal Service.
USPS employees are working hard to deliver the holidays for customers, PMG Megan J. Brennan told radio listeners across the nation last week.
The tradition of honoring long-serving employees continued recently when PMG Megan J. Brennan received a pin to mark her 30th year with the Postal Service.