USPS revises Tweet on “Delivery can be as late as 10pm”

On May 23rd (Friday), a customer on Twitter asked USPS what is the latest time her package can be delivered. USPS responded by tweeting “delivery can be as late as 10pm.” USPS public relations employee(s) responsible for managing the Twitter account must not know that posting or referencing “late night delivery” such as 10pm can […]

OIG White Paper: A strong Social Media strategy could help USPS remain competitive in digital age

Social media is now an important channel of business communication: 70 percent of businesses and organizations worldwide have a social media presence. Social media represents as much as $1.3 trillion in annual economic value. A strong social media strategy could help the Postal Service remain competitive in the digital age by better responding to changing […]

Senate markup of Carper-Coburn Postal Reform Bill S.1486 to be continued

NALC tweets on the Senate markup session for Carper-Coburn Postal Reform Bill S.1486 Noted! RT @SenateHSGAC @SenatorCarper recesses #postal mark up after consideration of 11 amendments. Date of part 2 TBD Two quick technical amendments from @SenatorBegich passed easily. The committee has recessed for a lunch break. #S1486Markup Sen @jontester’s amendment to strike FECA language […]

Issa Says Oversight Team To Strengthen USPS And Spare Taxpayers From A Potential Postal Bailout

On his Twitter page, Congressman Darrell Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform  Committee  has captured USPS problems by using graphics. Also ,Issa says on his Facebook page: “The question at hand is whether or not the USPS can continue to operate with unsustainable pay and benefit growth. All signs (like rapidly declining mail […]