PMG thanks House committee for work on Postal Service Reform Act of 2017

FILE - NOVEMBER 14: Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer Patrick Donahoe announced he will retire February 1, 2015. The Board of Postal Governors named Megan Brennan, the current chief operating officer of the Postal Service, as the new postmaster general. WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 15: COO and Executive Vice President of U.S. Postal Service Megan Brennan listens to questions from the media after a news conference September 15, 2011 at the headquarters of the U.S. Postal Service in Washington, DC. The postal service held a news conference to propose plans that could save the Postal Service up to $3 billion annually by decreasing the network of processing facilities and adjusting service standards. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

March 17, 2017

“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. This bipartisan bill  is the product of reasonable and fiscally responsible compromise and represents a significant step toward returning the Postal Service to a position of financial stability that all stakeholders agree is necessary.

Enactment of H.R.756 along with a favorable resolution of the Postal Regulatory Commission’s (PRC) 10-year pricing system review and continued aggressive management actions to control costs and grow revenue will enable the Postal Service to meet its financial obligations and continue to provide affordable, reliable, and secure delivery service to every business and home in America. We look forward to continuing to work with the House and Senate and our stakeholders to get a postal reform bill passed this Congress.”

Megan J. Brennan
Postmaster General

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3 Comments on "PMG thanks House committee for work on Postal Service Reform Act of 2017"

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Leland Grant

cackle,cackle. heheheh I’LL GET YOU MY PRETTIES, AND YOUR LITTLE RETIREMENT HEALTH CARE TOO

Mark Pearl

All management wants to reform is their bonus/retirement plans

Brenda Maddox Ward

I’ve heard the union brag about how the new time elements fir rural carriers will help us. If you notice, management has already put in cuts. Safety and stand up talks are almost non existent. They say the info is on the scanners. The refuse to fix parcel lockers, etc.

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