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Ukraine’s Postal Service Is Saving Lives And Needs U.S. Help Since the war began, Ukraine’s Postal Service, Ukrposhta, has valiantly stood up to the Russians and provided vital services. Often wearing helmets, bulletproof vests, and carrying weapons while moving through bomb-ridden streets, Ukrposhta employees have delivered vast amounts of humanitarian aid, including much to the hard-hit eastern areas of the country, while continuing to deliver mail and packages.
Comments To Postal Regulatory Commission On Public Inquiry On Service Performance Dashboard The Lexington Institute appreciates the opportunity to offer the following comments for the above referenced docket, specifically pertaining to Order No. 6104. The Postal Regulatory Commission’s (PRC’s) plan to launch a service performance dashboard is ...
Postal ‘Reform’ Bill Doesn’t Deliver For America (From InsideSources) While the Postal Service Reform Act has some beneficial provisions, it does not make the fundamental reforms that are needed. It eliminates $57 billion in defaulted debt from the Postal Service, without asking for significant improvements in return. Th ...
Ukraine’s Postal Service: Heroically Delivering Aid In-Country And Carrying On Ukraine’s Postal Service, Ukrposhta, has launched a historic program to bring large amounts of humanitarian aid into the country. It is inspiring, essential, and dangerous work. And Ukrposhta is also valiantly continuing its daily postal operations as best it can. On March 4, Ukrposhta announced it is resuming flights to the United States to deliver commercial items to American customers from small- and medium-sized Ukrainian businesses. These are e-commerce companies selling goods on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, and other websites. The flights leave from Warsaw and arrive at Kennedy Airport.
Politicians Literally Playing With Fire Over U.S. Postal Service Delivery Vehicles (From RealClearEnergy) Looking for a symbol of how decrepit, combustible, and gridlocked the federal government has become? Consider the U.S. Postal Service’s delivery vehicles. With more than 400 exploding and catching on fire in recent years, the busted, old, dangerous con ...
Comments To Postal Regulatory Commission On Institutional Cost Contribution Requirement For Competitive Products Docket The Lexington Institute appreciates the opportunity to offer the following comments for the above referenced docket. For several fundamental reasons, including dramatic changes in recent years with the U.S. Postal Service’s revenue composition, product ...
Three Legislative Missteps With The Postal Service Reform Act On substance and legislative process, the Postal Service Reform Act (PSRA) is a troubling measure that needs to be tabled in the U.S. Senate until legislators complete a major overhaul. While it has several small-scale, positive components, its major p ...
Six Major Reasons The Postal Service Reform Act Is Insufficient (From The Hill) While there are many positive provisions in the Postal Service Reform Act that the U.S. House of Representatives passed on February 8, it leaves unresolved the most critical issues at the U.S. Postal Service. These include: mail delivery is institution ...
Remarks Of Paul Steidler To U.S. Postal Service Board Of Governors February 8, 2022 Meeting The U.S. Postal Service should renounce any taxpayer funds for the purchase of electric vehicles and related infrastructure, estimated to cost $7 billion over the next decade. You have $23 billion or so in cash and are projecte ...
Comments To Postal Regulatory Commission On U.S. Postal Service’s Annual Compliance Report The Lexington Institute appreciates the opportunity to offer the following comments about the U.S. Postal Service’s Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Compliance Report. Due to several developments in fiscal year 2021, it is essential that the U.S. Postal Service ...
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