07/16/18

Bipartisan House Resolution Introduced Opposing Postal Privatization

Representatives Steve Lynch (D-MA) and Rodney Davis (R-IL) introduced H.Res. 993, a resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the U.S. Postal Service should remain a government entity and not be subjected to privatization. Continue Reading

06/27/18

White House Official Under Fire About USPS Privatization at Congressional Hearing

On Wednesday, June 27, the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget came under fire by members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, regarding the White House proposal to privatize the U.S. Postal Service. Continue Reading

06/21/18

President Trump Proposes Postal Privatization

Today, President Donald Trump proposed to restructure the United States Postal Service, converting it "from a Government agency into a privately-held corporation." Continue Reading

05/10/18

Office of Personnel Managment Proposes Retirement Cuts and Senate Panel Approves Two USPS Board Of Govenor Nominees

The White House Office of Personnel Management (OPM) proposed $143.5 billion in cuts to federal-postal retirement programs, and the Senate Committee Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee approves two nominees to USPS Board of Governors. Continue Reading

04/13/18

President Trump Signs Executive Order Creating Postal Task Force

Last night (4/12/2018), President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order that establishes a White House Task Force on the Postal Service. According to the order, the Task Force is instructed " to evaluate the operations and finances of the USPS." Continue Reading

02/12/18

White House FY 2019 Budget Hits Postal Employees and Retirees

Today, President Donald Trump submitted his $4.4 trillion fiscal year 2019 budget to Congress, which slashes over $155 billion from benefits upon which active and retired postal and federal employee rely. Continue Reading

12/02/17

PRC Finds Current Rate System Fails to Meet Objectives and Proposes Alternative

On December 1, the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) concluded that the postage rate-setting system created in the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act has failed to maintain the financial health of the USPS as intended in the law, has weakened the high quality service standards and has not increased pricing efficiency. As a result, the PRC proposed changes in the way postage rates will be adjusted, in the future, to improve the USPS finances and operations. Continue Reading

10/30/17

President Trump Nominates Three to USPS Board of Governors

On October 26, President Donald Trump made three nomination to the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors. Continue Reading