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U.S. Postal Service: Information on Recent Changes to Delivery Standards, Operations, and Peformance
Phillip R. Herr (au)
Since 2012, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has instituted several initiatives aimed at reducing expenses in its mail delivery and processing networks as part of broader efforts to address its fiscal challenges and move toward financial viability. These initiatives included changing the mail delivery standards for some types of mail and then consolidating many mail processing operations and facilities. For ex., before some of the changes became effective in July 2012, the delivery standard for a single-piece letter sent by First-Class Mail from Minneapolis to Chicago was 2 days. With the delivery standards change, it became 3 days. This is the report of a congressional briefing which describes (1) the number of days it takes for mail to be delivered; (2) operational changes USPS has made starting in 2012 and how these may have affected delivery time; and (3) trends in delivery performance starting in FY 2011. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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