Six Day Mail Delivery – News

Again the USPS continues to make headline news. The congress (both House and Senate), US Government Authority Office, and the Postal unions all agree that the USPS has no authority to change six day delivery service.

The USPS needs to stop the financial bleeding. Right now they are loosing $25 million dollars per day (The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job , 2013). Who will rescue them? How will they continue? These questions certainly are on the minds of everyone today.

So for now it looks like there is no interruption scheduled for Saturday mail delivery if opponents to the USPS plan get their way, but something will certainly have to change to stabilize the post office so they can remain a viable entity in the future. Let’s hope that some additional creative cost cutting measures are in the next version of the plan and not increases to the postal service delivery.

There are still many unanswered questions about how the USPS will stay afloat in the coming months and years. As more news on this unfolds we’ll continue share with you to make sure you are stay informed and can plan your mail schedules accordingly.

Works Cited

The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job . (2013, March 25). Retrieved March 25, 2013, from Bloomberg Business Week.

Again the USPS continues to make headline news. The congress (both House and Senate), US Government Authority Office, and the Postal unions all agree that the USPS has no authority to change six day delivery service.

The USPS needs to stop the financial bleeding. Right now they are loosing $25 million dollars per day (The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job , 2013). Who will rescue them? How will they continue? These questions certainly are on the minds of everyone today.

 

So for now it looks like there is no interruption scheduled for Saturday mail delivery if opponents to the USPS plan get their way, but something will certainly have to change to stabilize the post office so they can remain a viable entity in the future. Let’s hope that some additional creative cost cutting measures are in the next version of the plan and not increases to the postal service delivery.

 

There are still many unanswered questions about how the USPS will stay afloat in the coming months and years. As more news on this unfolds we’ll continue share with you to make sure you are stay informed and can plan your mail schedules accordingly.

Works Cited

The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job . (2013, March 25). Retrieved March 25, 2013, from Bloomberg Business Week: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-03-25/the-postmaster-general-may-have-washingtons-worst-job

– See more at: http://www.sheridan.com/blog/six-day-mail-delivery-news#sthash.j0IEOQEQ.dpufAgain the USPS continues to make headline news. The congress (both House and Senate), US Government Authority Office, and the Postal unions all agree that the USPS has no authority to change six day delivery service.

 

The USPS needs to stop the financial bleeding. Right now they are loosing $25 million dollars per day (The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job , 2013). Who will rescue them? How will they continue? These questions certainly are on the minds of everyone today.

 

 

 

So for now it looks like there is no interruption scheduled for Saturday mail delivery if opponents to the USPS plan get their way, but something will certainly have to change to stabilize the post office so they can remain a viable entity in the future. Let’s hope that some additional creative cost cutting measures are in the next version of the plan and not increases to the postal service delivery.

 

 

 

There are still many unanswered questions about how the USPS will stay afloat in the coming months and years. As more news on this unfolds we’ll continue share with you to make sure you are stay informed and can plan your mail schedules accordingly.

Works Cited

 

The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job . (2013, March 25). Retrieved March 25, 2013, from Bloomberg Business Week: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-03-25/the-postmaster-general-may-have-washingtons-worst-job

– See more at: http://www.sheridan.com/blog/six-day-mail-delivery-news#sthash.j0IEOQEQ.dpuf

Again the USPS continues to make headline news. The congress (both House and Senate), US Government Authority Office, and the Postal unions all agree that the USPS has no authority to change six day delivery service.

 

The USPS needs to stop the financial bleeding. Right now they are loosing $25 million dollars per day (The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job , 2013). Who will rescue them? How will they continue? These questions certainly are on the minds of everyone today.

 

 

 

So for now it looks like there is no interruption scheduled for Saturday mail delivery if opponents to the USPS plan get their way, but something will certainly have to change to stabilize the post office so they can remain a viable entity in the future. Let’s hope that some additional creative cost cutting measures are in the next version of the plan and not increases to the postal service delivery.

 

There are still many unanswered questions about how the USPS will stay afloat in the coming months and years. As more news on this unfolds we’ll continue share with you to make sure you are stay informed and can plan your mail schedules accordingly.

Works Cited

 

The postmaster general may have Washingtons worst job . (2013, March 25). Retrieved March 25, 2013, from Bloomberg Business Week: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-03-25/the-postmaster-general-may-have-washingtons-worst-job

– See more at: http://www.sheridan.com/blog/six-day-mail-delivery-news#sthash.j0IEOQEQ.dpuf

About the Author: Jim Gibbs

Vice President of Sales & Marketing at The Dingley Press. Jim has been with Dingley since 2002 and lives in Maine near our Lisbon, Maine plant location.