Keep it Clean… and Safe

We hear a lot about the U.S. Postal Service’s brand. And rightfully so. The brand is among its most precious assets.

The post office lobby is certainly a lens through which the customer views the brand. A post office lobby is the principal business office of the Postal Service and often the only close-up look at postal operations that many customers get. Its appearance directly affects the Postal Service’s public image.


Relying on Risk Models

The image of the auditor sitting in front of a stack of spreadsheets, with a trusty calculator at the ready, is right out of central casting. So is the investigator on round-the-clock surveillance to uncover fraud or misuse of government funds.

Those techniques have their place, of course, but today’s audits and investigations rely heavily on data analytics and risk models. At the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General (OIG), we have invested in building an analytical, evidence-based culture that depends on data to promote efficiency and effectiveness in government.



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    Recycling at the Lansing, Michigan Processing and Distribution Center has been eliminated for plastic bottles, small electronic components and batteries. We have been told to, "Just throw it...
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    If the post office wants to have a dress code for their employees that is fine, how ever I have noticed for several years now, the mail carriers will make smart mouth comments to customers about the...

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