A quarter of a century. Twenty-five years. It’s a long time, no matter how you say it. And that’s how long it’s been since we were created. That’s right, on September 30, 1996, President Clinton signed legislation that established us — the U. S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General — as an independent entity reporting directly to the Postal Service Governors. Prior to this, postal oversight was done by the Postal Inspection Service, which reported to the Postmaster General.
Would you support reduced service standards if the Postal Service lowered costs?
3 weeks 4 days agoGood day! Thanks for asking about improvements. While I have nothing but EXCELLENT things to say about our letter carrier here in Cranberry Township, PA, the USPS post office exterior is in need of...
3 weeks 6 days agoOIG: Please read your own 2020 report entitled, "Delivery Vehicle Acquisition Strategy". Now look at Table 2 “FY 2019 LLV Maintenance Cost”. USPS had nearly 10000 LLVs with an average...