New Five-Year Study Paints Grim Picture For USPS (From Linn’s Stamp News) Lexington Institute Senior Fellow Paul Steidler was cited by a report in Linn’s Stamp News, which summarized a new five-year plan from the United States Postal Service. The plan predicts American mail volume will drop significantly over the coming year ...
USPS 5-Year Business Plan: ‘Innovate Faster,’ Cut Costs To Remain Solvent (From Federal News Network) Following the release of the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) business plan, Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a Federal News Network story. The business plan assesses the Postal Service’s financial outlook over the next five years ...
Pentagon Proposes Cuts To US Navy Destroyer Construction, Retiring 13 Cruisers (From DefenseNews) Lexington’s Dan Goure gave DefenseNews his take on the Pentagon’s recent plan to reduce construction on nearly half its Flight III Arleigh Burke destroyers, and retiring 13 naval cruisers, in the next four fiscal years. The decision was made with plans ...
Senate Confirms Duncan For Second Term On Postal Service’s Board Of Governors (From Linn’s Stamp News) Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler’s call for the confirmation of Robert Duncan to the USPS Board of Governors was featured in a Linn’s Stamp News story on the Senate’s vote to approve Duncan’s nomination. Steidler warned that a failed confirmation ...
‘Afghanistan Papers’ Make Strong Case For Trump’s Gut Over Pentagon Dogma (From The Washington Examiner) Loren Thompson gave an extensive quote to the Washington Examiner’s “Daily on Defense” newsletter for their article about the recent release of the “Afghanistan Papers” by the Washington Post. Obtained via the Freedom of Information Act after three yea ...
A Power Struggle Over The F-35 Fighter Jet Comes To A Head As Lawmaker Threatens To Hold Up Contract (From The Washington Post) Loren Thompson was quoted a The Washington Post article detailing a House Armed Services Committee hearing on the Pentagon’s F-35 manufacturing program. The military has issues with the way that intellectual property is handled in the F-35 fighter prog ...
New York’s Reckless Gamble on Offshore Wind Power (Featured in POLITICO New York Energy) An Op-Ed by Paul Steidler, originally published in Crain’s New Business, "New York's Reckless Gamble on Offshore Wind Power," was also featured in POLITICO New York Energy. The introduction to the piece says, “Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler makes ...
To Safeguard Our Mail, We Should Demand China’s Full Compliance (From The Boston Globe) The Boston Globe published a Letter to the Editor from the Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler calling tougher actions to prevent opioids from entering the United States by mail from China. “The most important and efficient step that can be taken is fo ...
Turkey’s S-400 Buy May Have Spoiled Gulf Nations’ Chances Of Flying The F-35 (From DefenseNews)  Loren Thompson was quoted extensively for a recent article by DefenseNews that paints an uncertain future for F-35 acquisition by certain Gulf states. “The Persian Gulf countries have been on [F-35 manufacturer] Lockheed Martin’s radar screen for year ...
Feds Likely To Approve Of Raytheon, UTC Deal (From CT Mirror) The Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson was quoted in the Connecticut Mirror on November 8, commenting on the proposed merger between Raytheon and United Technologies. Of the chances of the Department of Defense greenlighting it, he said, “there is a ...
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