Senator Tester Meets with PMG to find out how USPS is addressing problem of delayed mail

10/5/2017 – Senator Defends Rural Montanans, Holds Postmaster Accountable (U.S. Senate)-Following reports that postal managers intentionally delayed mail in Montana, U.S. Senator Jon Tester met with Postmaster General Megan Brennan in his Washington office to ask her how she was addressing the situation. “The leadership at the Postal Service needs to understand that going back […]

Senator Tester to USPS: Terminate Faulty Postal Managers, Address Poor Service and Inaccurate Reporting

Tester Demands Accountability After New Reports of Intentional Mail Delays 9/19/2017 (U.S. Senate)-Following reports that 2 billion pieces of mail were delayed in delivery, U.S. Senator Jon Tester has tough words for the U.S. Postal Service. Postal employees have reported that supervisors have been intentionally delaying mail in order to meet arbitrary quotas and goals. […]

USPS OIG: Public Perception of Drone Delivery in the United States

More Americans like the concept of drone delivery than dislike it, but a large number have yet to decide. Drone malfunction is the public’s primary concern — far more than fears about intentional misuse. Exposure to information about drone delivery correlates with greater interest in the idea. The American public anticipates that drone delivery will […]

OIG’s Short Look at USPS $100 million Retail Systems Software (RSS) Business Transactions

USPS OIG Audit: Retail Systems Software-Business Process Controls July 21, 2015 – Retail Systems Software (RSS) is a commercial off the shelf, single software solution capable of providing point of sale business functionalities. RSS supports all physical retail channels, including enforcing Postal Service policies and procedures and implementing business transactions controls. RSS is replacing three […]