The Postal Service is outlining sweeping changes to its transportation and delivery network across the country, with a focus on growing its shipping and package business.
But its regulator, the Postal Regulatory Commission, is insisting USPS shed more light on changes to its facilities and operations, including how these changes may impact its level of service to the public.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said in a recent video message that USPS is “implementing positive changes on a massive scale throughout the Postal Service,” with a current focus on overhauling its nationwide network of facilities and cutting transportation costs.
“I am confident that the men and women of the United States Postal Service will raise their game to overcome the obstacles and thinking of the past, to continue to improve our operational performance and capture our fair share of the competitive, but growing, package delivery business,” DeJoy said. “Achieving this goal will set the Postal Service on the path to a bright future.”