Postal News Roundup
Wall Street Journal: Coming to a Post Office Near You: Banking?
The Postal Service’s inspector general, in a report issued Thursday, said the agency should enter or boost offerings in certain parts of the banking business.
HousingWire: USPS Now One Step Closer to Providing Financial Services
Now, a new white paper from the USPS’ Office of the Inspector General lays out a series of distinct paths that would allow the post office to enter the banking and financial services sector.
Politico: Postal Service Settles Data Breach Labor Case
The U.S. Postal Service agreed to settle an NLRB complaint alleging it refused to bargain with its unions over how to rectify a data breach that compromised personal information for hundreds of thousands of employees.
The North Platte Bulletin: First Class Mail Runs Late
The U.S. Postal Service reported serious deterioration during the first quarter for First-Class Mail that should have been delivered within three days, according to a USPS report.
Berkeley Daily Planet: A Victory in the Fight to Save Our Historic Post Offices
This victory serves as a precedent and example for other communities who want to save their Post Offices. The case also may save union jobs by requiring the USPS to follow the law.