Monthly Archives: February 2014

Congres Doit Trouver le Courage de Reformer le Service de Poste

Les Americains adorent Leur Service de Poste et ne veulent pas sa disparition, selon l’Inspecteur General du Service http://uspsoig.gov/story/white-papers/whaterica-wants-and-needs-postal-service#.Uwdg3s7Y–o. Principlement, l’agence de l’inspecteur a trouve que le gens urbains aiment le convenance des bureau de postes. Mais les gens rurals … Continue reading

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Congress Must Summon Courage to Reform Postal Service

Americans love the U.S. Postal Service and would hate to see it go, says according to a new report from the office of the USPS Inspector General http://uspsoig.gov/story/white-papers/whaterica-wants-and-needs-postal-service#.Uwdg3s7Y–o Among principal findings, the USPSOIG found that while city dwellers generally view … Continue reading

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Banks Likely Obstacle to Developing New USPS Financial Services

The Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Postal Service may just have come up with a good idea: reviving financial services which would serve poor neighborhoods from which big commercial banks generally stay away. In a white paper … Continue reading

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