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Postal Reform Law: Early Transition is Promising, but Challenges to Successful Implementation Remain: Congressional Testimony
Katherine Siggerud (au)
In 2006, Congress passed the first comprehensive postal reform legislation in over 30 years which provided opportunities to address many of the financial, operational, and human capital challenges facing the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). The act provides tools and mechanisms that can be used to establish an efficient, flexible, fair, transparent, and financially sound USPS -- one that can more operate in an increasingly competitive environment. This testimony focuses on: (1) the actions to date resulting from implementing the act and how it affected the USPSís 2007 financial condition; (2) the implementation challenges and areas for continued oversight; and (3) how info. required under the law can contribute to future postal reform. Ill.
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