USPS to give weekly on-time mail delivery data to oversight committees

The Postal Service will give House and Senate oversight committees a weekly update on delivery and performance metrics through the end of the year.

USPS officials pledged to provide these metrics the same day the House Oversight and Reform Committee warned it would file a subpoena for some of the documents the agency has yet to produce.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, in a letter to the top members of the House committee and the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, said his staff would provide lawmakers with performance data at the district, area and national levels dating back to January and continuing weekly through the end of 2020.

Meanwhile, USPS has seen on-time delivery rates improve while the agency continues to focus on consistently running its trucks on time.

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Postal Management are like little Pinocchio’s