Postmaster General Louis DeJoy visited USPS facilities in Texas and Louisiana recently to meet with employees and customers and update them on the Delivering for America plan.
DeJoy discussed the Postal Service’s steady progress in service performance, as well as improvements to the organization’s processing and delivery network.
He also highlighted the successful delivery of hundreds of millions COVID-19 test kits to 180 million households, along with preparations for this fall’s midterm elections and holiday season.
“I appreciated the opportunity to meet with our employees and customers and share with them the progress we are making in becoming the high-performing organization the American people expect and deserve,” DeJoy said. “We have a long road ahead of us, but I am confident that we will achieve what we have set out to accomplish.”
In Texas, the postmaster general met with Southern Area Inspiring Mail and the Greater Dallas Postal Customer Council, two groups that bring USPS leaders and business customers together. He also met with Texas 1 District employees and workers at the Dallas Network Distribution Center and the Fort Worth, Dallas and North Texas processing and distribution centers.
In Louisiana, DeJoy visited with New Orleans area employees, as well as workers at St. Rose Annex, Park Manor Station and the Kenner and Metairie Post Offices.
Additionally, he delivered a keynote address at the National Association of Postal Supervisors national convention in New Orleans.