Forever and Ever

Do you have a stockpile of Forever Stamps in a drawer? IsnÔÇÖt it great to know you can use those stamps any time, and theyÔÇÖll be good no matter how much the postage rate may have changed? You can put them on this yearÔÇÖs holiday cards, even if you bought the stamps 3 years ago.

 
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And Then There Were None

On December 8, the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors Chairman James Bilbray served his final day. The board is now without any independent governors for the first time since the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 created the governing body, which operates much like a corporate board providing strategic direction to the Postal Service.

While Postmaster General Megan Brennan and Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman serve on the Board of Governors, the board is also made up of nine independent governors appointed by the president and approved by the Senate.

 
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The OIG Reports to Congress

Our Semiannual Report to Congress is a record of our work over a 6-month period that reflects our mission of ensuring efficiency, accountability, and integrity in the U.S. Postal Service. As required by law, we publish the SARC ÔÇô as we affectionately call it ÔÇô twice a year.

 
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Conducive and Convenient CPUs

Location, location, location ÔÇô itÔÇÖs the mantra of realtors, of course, but is just as important to retailers and service providers, like the U.S. Postal Service. USPS understands the importance of being where people live and shop. It also knows that keeping hours conducive to peopleÔÇÖs shopping habits increases customer traffic. Cue contract postal units (CPUs), which the Postal Service uses to supplement its 32,000 post offices around the country.

 

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