OIG Ends Another (Fiscal) Year

There’s another month until January 1, but the USPS OIG and the rest of the federal government have already finished 2022. Our fiscal year (FY) ended on September 30.

This past year was our 25th anniversary, and we worked hard to provide oversight of the Postal Service and share our work with the Postal Service’s stakeholders including Congress and the public. Among many, here are a few things we are particularly proud of...


Valuing the Mail

When people think of the Postal Service, people think of, well, letters, magazines, catalogs, and parcels. Over the past decade, the Postal Service has handled more and more parcels, but the volume of the remaining products, often called traditional mail, has declined.



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