USPS Rate Proposal Shifts More Costs From Major Mailers to Individual Customers

Based on an analysis of the Postal Service’s own data, APWU testimony before the Postal Rate Commission has demonstrated that proposed increases in the price of postage would expand a controversial USPS policy — shifting costs from large corporate...

Postal Service Falls Short in Attempts To Get Public Input on Consolidations

In testimony submitted to the Postal Rate Commission on behalf of the APWU on Sept. 1, Margaret L. Yao, an expert and senior associate at AmericaSpeaks, sharply criticized the USPS for failing to adequately consult with the public on its network...

USPS Briefs APWU on Plan to Realign Postal Network

The Postal Service provided a long-awaited outline of the Evolutionary Network Development (END) program in a meeting with APWU officers Feb. 14, 2006 — the same day it submitted the plan to the Postal Rate Commission (PRC) for evaluation. 

What’s the Big Deal About ‘Service Standards?’

On Jan. 24, 2014, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe announced a postponement of the second round of cuts to service standards, which were scheduled to take effect Feb. 1.