Spotlight on Safety

Safety first. This mantra of parents everywhere is also a cornerstone of U.S. Postal Service internal policies and federal regulations on facility maintenance to provide a safe and healthy workplace for its employees.

Our latest audit reviewed whether management adhered to building safety, maintenance, and security standards at mail processing facilities. We found concerns, ranging from minor oversight infractions to more serious issues.

 

Informed Visibility Is Critical

When it comes to mail, customers want visibility — that much is clear. The U.S. Postal Service’s answer is the Informed Visibility (IV) data analytics platform, which provides customers with full visibility for all mail and packages.

The Postal Service is leveraging this system to compete in today’s marketplace to gain customers’ confidence that mail is still a relevant form of communication. So, it’s an important investment.

 

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Recent Poll

Do you think USPS should invest in Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities?

Yes
54% (54 votes)
No
46% (46 votes)
Total votes: 100

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    My carrier delivered a package addressed to me to the wrong address and scanned it as if it were delivered to my house. I contacted the local post office and they began an investigation. After...
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    Why is the shipping from California so slow? Every time I order something from there it is always late or delayed for some reason.....this is ridiculous considering what I've paid for shipping.

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