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The OIG makes recommendations to the United States Postal Service to correct deficiencies and encourage improvements in the safety, economy, efficiency, and management of the Department’s programs and operation.
Our report findings and conclusions explain the basis for the specific corrective actions we recommend. This Recommendation Dashboard provides more information than ever before about the current status of OIG recommendations, which we plan to update on a weekly basis.
*The Open Recommendations Financial Value does not include amounts that were not publicly released due to concerns about information protected under the Freedom of Information Act.*
|Fiscal Year||Report Title||Issue Date||Report Number||Financial Value||Status||Recommendation||Management Response|
|2020||In Office Cost System Sampling Processes||05/22/2020||19-032-R20||$0||Open||R - 3-- Investigate cause(s) for increases in rescheduled readings that were cancelled and implement solutions to reduce cancelled readings, as appropriate.||Agree|
|2019||U.S. Postal Inspection Service New York Division||09/19/2019||OV-AR-19-004||$0||Open||R - 5-- Update policy to require undercover operation approvals be stored in the Case Management System.||Agree|
|2020||National Operational Assessment - Customer Service and Delivery Operations||12/12/2019||19RG002DR000-R20||$0||Open||R - 4-- Implement a policy to conduct a physical inventory of Mobile Delivery Devices and maintain inventory results.||Agree|
|2017||Insider Threat Program||09/18/2017||IT-AR-17-007||$0||Open||R - 2-- Some or all of the recommendation is not publicly available due to concerns with information protected under the Freedom of Information Act.||Agree|
|2020||U.S. Postal Service: First-Line Supervisors - Resources||03/18/2020||19SMG010HR000-R20||$0||Open||R - 1-- Correct the fourteen instances in which acting first-line supervisors did not receive the correct higher-level pay and implement a control to ensure appropriate documentation (Postal Service Forms 1723) is completed, approved, and retained.||Agree|
|2018||Access Issues Identified in the Mail Processing Environment||09/05/2018||IT-MT-18-001||$0||Open||R - 1-- Some or all of the recommendation is not publicly available due to concerns with information protected under the Freedom of Information Act.||Agree|
|2020||U.S. Postal Service: First-Line Supervisors - Resources||03/18/2020||19SMG010HR000-R20||$0||Open||R - 5-- Update the current first-line supervisor job responsibilities and qualifications and develop a review process to include frequencies for conducting periodic reviews and updates.||Agree|
|2019||Mail Processing Overtime||06/13/2019||NO-AR-19-005||$358,305,479||Open||R - 1-- Evaluate and test the updated Function 1 Scheduler results on a periodic basis to ensure proper implementation of position bid assignments and accurate complement levels, and make adjustments as necessary.||Agree|
|2020||Mercury Mailability Communication and Implementation||07/17/2020||20-103-R20||$0||Open||R - 2-- To develop a reference tool or mechanism summarizing the mercury mailability standards that retail window employees can quickly and efficiently access when approached by a customer attempting to mail mercury.||Agree|
|2020||Transportation Network Optimization and Service Performance||06/05/2020||20-144-R20||$0||Open||R - 10-- Increase use of the lowest cost carrier by updating density assumptions, requesting additional lift from commercial airlines in target markets, and coordinating with the Transportation Security Administration to expand screening.||Agree|