Giving America a Voice: How Best to Cut Costs?

On Tuesday, we asked what Americans want from their Postal Service. In particular, should the Postal Service continue to serve all areas of the country even if it is not profitable to do so?

We continue our series based on our recently released white paper, What America Wants from the Postal Service, by focusing on cost cutting. We ask you to weigh in with your opinion on the best options for the Postal Service to trim costs while maintaining service.

 

Giving America a Voice

What do you want from your Postal Service? It’s a simple question, yet it is probably one that few citizens have pondered – even as our nation’s policymakers consider how best to reform the U.S. Postal Service. The voice of the American public has largely been absent from the debate about what role the Postal Service should play in meeting modern communications needs.

 

Learning from Lean Six Sigma

Lean Six Sigma is a method used in many large organizations to look for improvements in business efficiency and effectiveness. It relies on a team-based approach to focus on the customer, on removing waste, and on improving processes. The Postal Service and the Office of Inspector General are among the many companies and organizations that use Lean Six Sigma as a continuous improvement tool to try to get at the root of the problem rather than just solve the problems as they arise.

 

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  • 2 days 20 hours ago
    the numbers on back of the postal truck is their license plate identifying each truck. postl vechiles mainly your normal postal vechiles do not have license plates like you have on civilian cars.
  • 3 days 17 hours ago
    The USPS dropps a big box of unsorted mail off at the appartment complex that I live in. The front desk clerks then have to sort it into the respective boxes. Problem is...they will go days without...

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