The Postal Service began 2016 by once again demonstrating its ability to deliver for customers, no matter what Mother Nature has up her sleeve.
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In a new holiday video message, top postal leaders thank employees for their dedicated service this year.
USPS has delivered more than 2.6 billion pieces of election and political mail since October 2015, new data show.
The Postal Service will deliver about 16 billion cards, letters and packages this holiday season, according to projections released Nov. 14. The deliveries will include 750 million packages, a 12 percent increase from last year’s volumes.
Open season, the annual period when Postal Service employees can change their health benefits or enroll in a new plan, begins Monday, Nov. 14.
To mark Veterans Day, the Postal Service is providing employees who served in the U.S. military with lapel pins they can wear year-round.
BISMARCK, N.D. – U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp today called on U.S. Postmaster General Megan Brennan to take concrete steps to protect quality mail delivery and service in Amidon and Halliday now and in the future following the news of the anticipated post office closure in Amidon and service disruption in Halliday.
The Postal Service is continuing to deliver mail in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, the powerful storm that killed at least 30 people as it churned across the Southeast last weeken
All employees are encouraged to complete the next Postal Pulse survey, an important tool in the organization’s efforts to improve its workplaces.
The Postal Service released the Star Trek stamps Sept. 2, almost 50 years to the day the original TV series debuted.
Shipping and package revenue grew by $645 million, or 18 percent, when compared to the same period last year.
The Postal Service’s ability to deliver for businesses is the focus of a new TV commercial narrated by PMG Megan J. Brennan. The 30-second spot highlights the shipping cycle from the time customers order merchandise until the moment USPS delivers their packages.
Miskanic began his career as a postal inspector in 1995. He later became deputy chief inspector and spearheaded an initiative that seized more than $1 billion in counterfeit financial instruments that could have exposed thousands of customers to fraud