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Contract Postal Units: Analysis of Location, Service, and Financial Characteristics
Lorelei St. James (au)
The U.S. Postal Serviceäó»s (USPSäó»s) declining revenues have become insufficient to cover its costs. Its strategies to address losses include reducing hours of service at many post offices and expanding the use of post office alternatives, including contract postal units (CPUs). CPUs are independent businesses compensated by USPS to sell most of the same products and services as post offices at the same price. Although CPUs can provide important benefits, the number of CPUs has fallen from 5,290 in FY 2002 to 3,619 in FY 2011. This report discusses: (1) how CPUs supplement USPSäó»s post office network; (2) USPSäó»s revenue from CPUs and compensation to them from FY 2007 to 2011; and (3) challenges USPS might face if it increases its use of CPUs. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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