What Will She Do?

Posted in Featured, Policy Perspectives by  •  December 8, 2014

The historic appointment of the first female Postmaster General in U.S. history comes at a crucial time. She has said that “the Postal Service should continue to evolve and operate more like a private sector business.” What does that mean? We’ll find out as Meagan Brennan begins to take over leadership of the...

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The mailing and shipping industry in the U.S. still is operating in a kind of time-warp where little is really changing. Congress refuses to act to provide the Postal Service with a viable business model, and the legislative proposals on the table are nowhere near comprehensive enough. The Postal Service continues to...

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Don't be caught in the holiday rush and register now to be part of this unprecedented face-to-face conversation with the world’s most influential postal/parcel industry thought leaders about the future of the global mail and e-commerce delivery ecosystem, in Washington, DC on March 10-11, 2015. PostalVision 2020...

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PostalVision 2020 will convene for the fifth time on March 10-11, 2015, at The Ritz Carlton, Pentagon City, to consider how the forces of “Customers, Connections and Collaboration” are driving radical transformation and constructive reinvention of a dynamic and sustainable global postal ecosystem. Theme The...

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What postal issues are most important? That depends a lot on what your perspective is. Sooner or later, it comes down to the number, cost and productivity of postal employees. The postal unions can help or hinder the modernization of the organization. Their current position calling for the resignation of the...

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