Just a few weeks ago, the USPS proposed a one-time Technology Credit of up to $5,000 for large mailers who use Full-Service Intelligent Mail Barcodes. While the postal service described the plan as helping mailers offset costs associated with the hardware and software necessary to support Full-Service mailings, others predicted permanent price increases. As a result of questions and concerns raised by the Chairman of the Postal Regulatory Commission, the USPS this week modified their earlier statements, and announced their intent to provide additional information to the PRC. Read the full story.
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The Board of Governors of the USPS announced today that it would comply with Congress’ recent decision to prohibit implementation of a new delivery schedule. While expressing their disappointment with the ruling, the Board confirmed that Saturday deliveries of mail and packages will continue. Read More at U.S. Postal Service.
Postal Service Announces
New Delivery Schedule
Six Days of Package Delivery, Five Days of Mail Delivery Begins August 2013
WASHINGTON — The United States Postal Service announced plans today to transition to a new delivery schedule during the week of August 5,2013 that includes package delivery Monday through Saturday, and mail delivery Monday through Friday. The Postal Service expects to generate cost savings of approximately $2 billion annually, once the plan is fully implemented. Continue reading