Monthly Archives: October 2014

Inspector General Questions USPS Closures

The U.S. Postal Service seems intent on whipsawing through its distribution facilities and laying off employees. Is this the best way to go in the long run? Earlier this month, the USPS Office of the Inspector General questioned whether the … Continue reading

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USPS Breaching Trust over Address Changes, Cluster Boxes

At a time when sensitive customer data has become more and more unsafe in corporations the U.S. Postal Service has also shown a sloppy attitude about guarding the privacy of the more than 40 million people who change their addresses … Continue reading

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USPS Now Wants to Deliver Your Groceries

The U.S. Postal Service may be embarking on another ill-advised scheme–this one involving the delivery of groceries to people’s front doors. This follows abortive ideas to begin selling beer and wine in 2011 and another earlier this year to begin … Continue reading

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