List of Winter 2013 Network Rationalization Consolidations Available Online

The Postal Service is proceeding with its two-phased plan to consolidate its network of mail processing locations.  Some phase one consolidation activities were completed in July and August 2012.  Additional phase one consolidations will begin in January 2013. The second phase of these consolidation efforts is planned for 2014.

A list of the postal facilities currently scheduled for consolidation in Winter 2013 has been posted on the Information for Mailers web page athttp://about.usps.com/news/facility-studies/welcome.htm.  It is also available at https://ribbs.usps.gov/importantupdates/NRWinter2013.xls.

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Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe delivers the 2012 National Postal Forum keynote address.

SPECIAL EDITION

‘TRANSFORMATIVE POWER’

PMG TOUTS IMPORTANCE OF INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

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Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe delivers the 2012 National Postal Forum keynote address.

In a keynote address to open the National Postal Forum today, PMG Pat Donahoe discussed the transformative power of technology and innovation in the mailing industry.

Speaking at the nation’s largest annual gathering for the mailing industry, Donahoe described a technology and data-centric mailing industry poised to benefit from innovations to increase the value of mail for both senders and receivers.

“As an ..read more

New Postal Service Pricing Announced

Postmaster General Reaches Out to Business Mailers

WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe today signaled a new direction in continuing to improve customer relations within the mailing industry by consulting with industry representatives on the effective date for new prices and by relaxing some guidelines on implementing Intelligent Mail services.

“Working together as an industry we can address continuing economic challenges in a way that allows the Postal Service to generate much needed revenue while ..read more

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