The Postal Service, E-Government, and You

Say you’re about to drive off for vacation in less than 48 hours, but you suddenly realize your license has expired. The nearest DMV office is 15 miles away, the waiting line probably just as long, and there’s just too much else to do to get ready. But imagine now that you can go to your local Post Office, which can handle the renewal right there and then.


Making Every Mile Count . . . More

Earn more or spend less. Those are the two basic ways to achieve financial fitness, whether you’re talking about the household budget or a multi-billion-dollar corporate balance sheet.

And that’s what it comes down to for the U.S. Postal Service as it seeks to bring revenue in line with expenses (it lost $5 billion in fiscal year (FY) 2013). So far, the Postal Service has been looking at cost cutting ideas like moving to 5-day mail delivery to changing employee benefits to consolidating networks.



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  • 6 hours 51 min ago
    I love the idea of utilizing the Postal Service to help spread awareness and support causes! I am a letter carrier, and my husband is a Carrier Supervisor. Last July, 3rd, I donated a kidney to him...
  • 14 hours 26 min ago
    I am ONCE AGAIN having "delivery issues" with my mail, Today a package was JAMMED into my box along with crushing it the carrier also crushed letters by JAMMING the package into a space too...

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