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USPS rejects calls for regulator to weigh in on now-paused network modernization plans

May 21, 2024 ,
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The Postal Service is rejecting calls for its regulator to further scrutinize network modernization plans — although it concedes such a review may be legally required further along in its implementation.

The Postal Regulatory Commission, citing recent mail delays in regions where USPS began its sweeping network changes, asked USPS on April 26 to start the process of obtaining an advisory opinion on its network modernization plans, or explain why such a review is unnecessary.

Network modernization plans remain a central part of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s plan to cut $5 billion of costs and inefficient processes over the next two years, keep the agency from running out of cash and meet its long-term financial goals. It’s also a key part of his larger 10-year Delivering for America (DFA) reform plan.

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