“The U.S. Postal Service is pleased with yesterday’s action by the U.S. Senate to confirm nominees to the Postal Service Board of Governors. We look forward to working with Robert M. Duncan and David C. Williams when they begin their terms as Governors and thank the Administration for nominating them to serve on the Board
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Postmaster General & CEO Megan Brennan and Chief Financial Officer Joseph Corbett will host a media conference call to discuss the FY2018 Quarter 3 financial results that will be released earlier in the day.
In her latest “Business Focus” video, Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan urges employees to stay safe during hot weather. She reminds everyone to complete required safety training, which includes guidance on staying cool and tips on recognizing signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
The National Postal Forum, USPS finances, public policy matters and other topics are addressed in Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan’s latest “Business Focus” video.
Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan is expressing appreciation for employees’ efforts as the organization prepares for this year’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive, to be held Saturday, May 12.
The Postal Service is the face of public service in every community, all year round. During this special week, I would like to express my appreciation to the 644,000 dedicated men and women in our organization who fulfill our mission.
Media Call on U.S. Postal Service FY 2018 Quarter 2 Financial Results
Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan has announced the appointment of Larry Muñoz as Pacific Area vice president, a position he has held on an acting basis since April 2017. The appointment takes effect Feb. 3.
The Postal Service agrees with the conclusion of the Postal Regulatory Commission that the current CPI price cap does not work and needs to be changed, because it does not enable us to achieve our mission of providing prompt, reliable, and efficient universal postal services to the American people in a financially sustainable manner.
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.