The Postal Service is so far declining to turn over information related to its operational and workforce reforms, while accusing the watchdog of killing new business deals.
The U.S. Postal Service and its regulator are continuing to publicly voice their disagreements, with the ongoing spat reaching a new fever pitch as the mailing agency is seeking to avoid turning over material and information the watchdog has requested to conduct oversight.
On top of the ongoing disagreements, postal management is now pointing the finger at the Postal Regulatory Commission for derailing new business. USPS had set up a Negotiated Service Agreement—a common practice for the agency in which it establishes custom prices and services with a customer or organization—but said the commission took too long to approve it and the company backed out of the deal.