If the Postal Service is to recover from its current financial problems, it needs revenue. In addition to identifying additional sources of revenue, it must protect the revenue it is already due whether it comes in from the post office window, meters, online postage accounts, or from Permit accounts for business mailers. Ensuring that the Postal Service collects all of its revenue will help secure the agency’s position as a trusted service provider for years to come.

That’s where you come in. What do you think are the greatest revenue leakage risks the Postal Service faces, and what are the best ways to protect that revenue? Now is the time to share your thoughts and help the agency.

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This topic is hosted by the OIG's Sales & Service directorate.

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  • 1 day 9 hours ago
    Need smaller routes on Sunday 4 hours routes would be better. Having to wait for all manifests kills productivity Static delivery is 120% better than Dynamic. Yet we can’t get the boss to set up...
  • 1 day 12 hours ago
    Our office uses ptf clerks and carriers on Sundays. There are no PSE or CCA employees here. Its not cost effective in rural towns. Sundays should only be done in high level city offices, not...

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