Checking in with the Postal Service on its 228th Anniversary

On this day in 1792, President George Washington signed legislation that established the modern-day U.S. Postal Service.

Fast forward to 2020, and the Postal Service has over 634,000 employees who—on a typical day—deliver 493 million pieces of mail. The Postal Service is one of the largest civilian employers in the United States. It’s also one of the nation’s largest employers of minorities, women, veterans, and disabled veterans.

In today’s WatchBlog, we look at challenges facing today’s Postal Service and some of the options to address those challenges.


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The way the postal service is being operated, it will be a miracle if it sees the 238th anniversary.

Our Founding Father’s are rolling over in their graves with the way the USPS is being run nowadays…. never in their wildest dreams could they have predicted this type of dysfunctionalism on such a grand scale.