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USPS moves ahead with network rationalization >

U.S. Postal Service Announces New Prices for 2014 >

National PCC Week 2013 >

Network consolidation 2015 list >

The Postal Service is proceeding with efforts to consolidate mail processing locations as part of a larger, more comprehensive plan to reduce costs $20 billion by 2015.

Phase one will continue in January and last through July of this year and is projected to save $1.2 billion annually.

The list of affected postal facilities is available here at: Network Rationalization Consolidations 2015. It includes 18 sites that were originally planned for consolidation in 2014.

Network Rationalization Service Standard Analysis 2015

Final rule to revise service standards for market-dominant products sent to Federal Register >

The Postal Service is adopting new rules for market-dominant service standards that will be implemented in two phases. The first phase will be from July 1, 2012, through January 31, 2014, and the second phase that will apply on February 1, 2014, and thereafter. Should subsequent events or changed circumstances so warrant, the Postal Service will be able to reconsider implementation of the second phase. More information »

Preserving post offices in rural America >

USPS has a new strategy that could keep the nation’s smallest Post Offices open, while achieving significant cost savings to help return the organization to financial stability. More information ›

USPS finishes area mail processing studies >

The Postal Service has completed its area mail processing consolidation studies announced in September 2011.

Postmaster General on USPS financial future >

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe's web presentation to mailers: “USPS Financial Future: Responsibly Realigning Our Network”

New USPS business plan charts path to financial stability >

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