Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is proposing “dramatic change to every aspect of the postal environment,” says the USPS regulator that wants to ensure added scrutiny.
The U.S. Postal Service will be subjected to additional scrutiny as it implements key aspects of its vision to transform the agency, with the agency’s regulator rejecting management’s bid to deny certain oversight of its business plan.
USPS petitioned the Postal Regulatory Commission to withdraw its new pathway for stakeholders to learn more about the proposals from Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, but the oversight body last week rebuffed that request. The changes—as laid out in DeJoy’s 10-year Delivering for America plan—could have dramatic impacts on “every aspect of the postal environment” and therefore, PRC said, it must maintain some level of review.