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an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States

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Amazon's Prime Day online ordering extravaganza took place in mid-July, two weeks after USPS closed the books on its third quarter.
"Since it appears that the USPS is unwilling/unable to perform under the terms of the lease, we are seeking to remove them and begin renovations of the property," Garrison said in a tweet.
* if the document is received after the period when a document mailed and postmarked by the USPS would ordinarily be received, to satisfy the mailbox rule, the taxpayer may also establish that it was timely mailed, and that the delay in receiving the document was due to a delay in the transmission of the U.S.
If the USPS is genuinely dissatisfied with its finances, it has many ways to improve them by operating more efficiently, including rethinking operational decisions, reinvigorating stalled cost-reduction efforts, leveraging their vast real estate holdings, reducing compensation premiums (the USPS pays its workers about twice what the private sector pays for similar work), and seeking a better return on its very large investment portfolio.
Contrary to the USPS assertions about bank branch closings, the AARP Foundation found that location is not as big a factor as once believed in consumers' decisions to go unbanked.
USPS officials insist that no final decision has been made on Shrewsbury.
This article, which is an extension of Carbaugh (2007), discusses the economic problems of the USPS and possible changes in its structure that would help keep it solvent.
USP says it 'identified 1470 unique drugs implicated in these medication errors due to brand and/or generic names that looked and/or sounded alike." The report lists all of those names.
Ruben Rojo, retail manager for the Colorado and Wyoming division of the USPS, was instrumental in helping Christopher secure a deal with the post office by advising and guiding her through the process.
Last fall he told NL/NL, "I've never marketed internationally because the damn arcane rules of USPS prevent a 2nd Class permit publication from sending my overseas subscribers issues via 1st Class" (NL/NL 10/18/04 Publisher's Profile).
General Motors Corporation (GM) recently announced it has signed a two-year agreement to lease a fuel cell-powered minivan to the United States Postal Service (USPS) for use in mail delivery around Washington, D.C.
Every time I see this e-mail I forward it to friends at the USPS who confirm that it is a myth."
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is preparing new specifications for the shape and size of wall-mounted mailboxes used for central delivery, increasing the size by more than 50 percent.
The newly appointed Commission on the United States Postal Service (USPS) met in early January to hear testimony from representatives of the Department of Treasury and the USPS on the current state of the postal system.