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Alternatives to Taxpayer-Funded Postal Bailout The United States Postal Service and some of its biggest customers are calling for a taxpayer bailout of anywhere from $5-$20 billion dollars to finance security upgrades and to compensate the Service for lost ...
Beware a Taxpayer-Funded Postal Bailout Even before anthrax was discovered in the U.S. mails and the economy was socked by the events of September 11, the United States Postal Service was in financial distress. It expected to lose $1.35 billion in ...
U.S. Postal Service Set Productivity Bar Low to Trigger Management Bonus Payouts This Year An examination of United States Postal Service data reveals that the Postal Service sets a much lower productivity target for its management bonus plan than would be needed for the Service to break even ...
U.S. Postal Service Productivity: The Yo-Yo Effect The United States Postal Service is expected to announce strong productivity growth at the end of this fiscal year-2% or more-, but don't pop the corks on the champagne just yet. We've been there before. In ...
U.S. Postal Service: The Only Safe Bet is Projecting Big Bonus Payouts What is wrong with this picture? After losing $199 million in fiscal year 2000, the United States Postal Service expected, as recently as last September, a surplus of $150 million for fiscal year 2001. By ...
Postal Service’s April Financial & Operating Statements Reveal Management’s Gross Failure to Control Costs The United States Postal Service Financial & Operating Statements for April are out, and they tell a story of missed opportunities. The Statements reveal that Postal Service management has watched revenues ...
Top Postal Service Brass Should Have Foreseen Billions in Red Ink As recently as last September, the United States Postal Service projected a surplus of $150 million for fiscal year 2001. Just two months later, that became a projection of a $500 million loss, then a $1 billion ...
Postal Service Board of Governors Playing Game of Chicken with Postal Rate Commission When someone forces a game of chicken-say, by driving directly towards an approaching car-it is often innocent bystanders who get hurt. The United States Postal Service (USPS) Board of Governors seems to ...
Test Foreign Language Since the revision of France’s postal laws in 2005, La Poste has been under the regulatory authority of ARCEP, or the Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes, an independent ...
Tilted Playing Field: How The Postal Service Benefits from Unfair Competition The United States Postal Service recently formed the International Business Unit to compete with private sector express package delivery services in the global marketplace. The IBU, noted for its cost overruns ...
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