Get a Line on Our Hotline

Our Hotline was launched in August 1997, shortly after our agency was established, to provide a vital communications link between the OIG and Postal Service stakeholders. The Hotline allows us to receive complaints from employees, customers, and the public.

 

Executive Level Justice

An executive for a large pharmaceuticals company found out the hard way that crime doesn’t pay. Now he is looking at hard time – 33 months, to be exact.

The former vice president of managed markets for Insys Therapeutics was sentenced last month in federal court for his role in bribing doctors to prescribe unnecessarily a powerful fentanyl-based pain medication, Subsys, which is used to treat cancer patients suffering from intense pain.  

 

Top 10 Postal Stories of 2019

Less controversial than the Football Bowl Series college football rankings. More fun than most social media clickbait lists. It’s the annual top 10 stories from the postal and delivery world.

As we do at this time every year, here is our countdown of what we think are the top postal-related stories of the year. Did we miss a story that you think should be on the list? Did we include one you would have left off? Share your thoughts in the comment section.  

 

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    How can the Post Office get away with this nonsense "Animal Interference" when not delivering a package on promised day of delivery?Do they really think we will buy this dishonesty?
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    The real problem with carriers constantly lying about delivery is that the customers have no recourse when they do not receive their package. You can't get your money back because tracking says...

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