What’s fair is fair: The PRC issues a final order on the “appropriate share” issue

After six years of debate and deliberation, hundreds of pages of stakeholder comments, several previous PRC orders evaluating these comments, an appeal by UPS to federal court, and God knows how many hours of attorney fees (some paid by corporations like UPS and Amazon, some by taxpayers), the Postal Regulatory Commission has issued what it surely hopes will be its final order relating to the institutional cost contribution requirement for Competitive products.

Order No. 6399, issued on Monday of this week, runs to over 280 pages. The main question it addresses is what is the “appropriate share” that Competitive products should contribute to the Postal Service’s institutional costs.

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