Sun. May 19th, 2024

USPS board member urges agency to slow network changes over persistent mail delays


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A key member of the Postal Service’s leadership board is calling on the agency to slow down its network modernization plans, citing persistent mail delays in regions going through these changes.

Ron Stroman, a member of the USPS Board of Governors, and a former deputy postmaster general, said Thursday that “we need to slow down new network changes until service has gotten close to our service targets for 2024.”

Stroman called for USPS to slow down a major part of its 10-year reform plan, a day after a quarter of the Senate made a similar request to the agency.

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