The U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General Sales and Service directorate has awarded d/ap a study to determine whether the Postal Service uses best practices to gather market intelligence. [Postal Service]
The U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General Risk Analysis Research Center has awarded d/ap a project to evaluate the future USPS mail processing and transportation networks, and how many plants and how many people will be required to distribute the mail. .[Postal Service]
d/ap has been awarded by the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General a project to conduct a strategic analysis of how the Postal Service can traverse the divide between its traditional hard copy business and the new digital universe.[Postal Service]
If reforms are to succeed, they must ensure that the Postal Service has the freedom and leeway to leverage its unrivaled brand, network and technology, and invest across markets into new and promising services.
A recent USPS's Inspector General study suggests that USPS has "failed to justify millions of dollars worth of workshare discounts. Excessive discounts could cost the Postal Service money and lead to inefficiencies in mail processing.
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