Postal Service

Regulator Finalizes Plan to Enable Larger USPS Rate Hikes

Commission sought to strike balance in rare pricing review as mailers say USPS will drive away business.

Postmaster General Previews New Reforms as USPS Announces $9B Loss for 2020

As previously promised, DeJoy signals significant changes are coming for the Postal Service.

For the Postal Service, a Frantic Election Day Turns to Finger-Pointing the Day After

Tuesday was “nuts” in the words of one USPS manager. Now the agency faces questions about whether it did what it should have to get mailed ballots delivered and counted.

Here's What Really Happened With Mail Ballots and USPS on Election Day

Postal Service says ballots were delivered on time, though Postmaster General DeJoy faces court censure.

USPS Blames Pandemic for Pockets of Slowed Ballot Processing as Employee Coronavirus Cases Spike

Postal Service says widespread delays for mail in general are attributable to emphasis on ballots.

GovExec Daily: The Consequences of DeJoy's USPS Changes

Eric Katz joins the podcast to discuss an IG report on the Postal Service's recent service changes.

Viewpoint: The Postal Service Will Deliver on Mail-In Voting

The election outcome will impact the policy path the Postal Service will follow in the years to come, argues a former chairman of the Postal Regulatory Commission.

USPS Launched DeJoy's Changes Without Considering Impact, IG Says

Auditors confirm that reforms led to mail delays, fault Postal Service for poor communication.

USPS Delivering More Mail on Time After Walking Back DeJoy’s Reforms

The Postal Service is following several court orders and seeing improvements, though mail delays remain at higher-than-usual rates.

USPS, CBP Not Implementing Law to Stop Flow of Opioids Into the Country

The Postal Service is not receiving the data that makes it easier to detect illicit goods coming from overseas.

Federal Judge Reaffirms USPS Must Approve Overtime in Run Up to Election

Postal Service has faced five consecutive losses in lawsuits challenging Louis DeJoy's reforms.

USPS Refuses to Comply With Judge's Order to Allow All Overtime Before Election

The Postal Service has agreed to other measures to ensure timely delivery of ballots and other mail.

Following Court Order, USPS Instructs Employees to Restore Extra Mail Trips and Some Processing Machines

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy had resisted such changes before a federal judge issued nationwide injunction.

Court Losses Mount for USPS as Agency Management, DeJoy Weigh Options

A second judge on Monday ordered the Postal Service to walk back controversial reforms.