Amid the selection of Louis DeJoy as the next postmaster general, Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler expressed optimism to Federal News Network about DeJoy’s ability to tackle the serious challenges facing the United States Postal Service (USPS).
“He is someone who knows how to use technology to get better results out of things. He’s someone who knows how to squeeze operational costs and find ways to do things more efficiently,” Steidler told Federal News Network’s Jory Heckman. “Given that the Postal Service is a $70 billion a year or so entity … there are a number of opportunities for doing things more efficiently and cutting costs.” Steidler added that DeJoy would be able to deal with the “more arcane” aspects of the USPS delivery network.
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