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VA receives funding from the US Postal Service for PTSD research

VA receives funding from the US Postal Service for PTSD research

More than 7 million stamps were sold from December 2019 to May, garnering upwards of $717,000 which have been disbursed to VA ...

USPS and The Universal Hip Hop Museum to Host Virtual Dedication Ceremony for Hip Hop Stamps

Since its inception more than four decades ago, the electrifying music, dance and art of hip-hop have profoundly influenced American and global popular culture.

Former postal worker gets 3 years in prison for drug trafficking at post office

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — A former postal worker was sentenced to three years in prison Friday for receiving shipments of marijuana and methamphetamines at a post office box he rented where he worked.

Former Postal Employee Re-Sentenced for Sexually Exploiting a Child

BOSTON – A former U.S. Postal Service (USPS) employee was re-sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester for sexually exploiting a child, using USPS computers to access child pornography and possessing child pornography.

Postal Service releases updated CDC posters relating to Social Distancing and Face Coverings

Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19

3 business lessons from the surprisingly tech-savvy U.S. Postal Service

A startup founder who has worked with the USPS for years explains why the agency is such an “undercover tech leader.”

Postal Service reminds employees to continue to practice social distancing and wear masks

The Postal Service is reminding employees to continue to practice social distancing and to wear face coverings to protect themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.

Application offers election, political mail data

The Postal Service has made it easier to get timely processing and delivery data about ballots, voter guides, campaign brochures and other election year mailings as they move through the organization’s network.

West Hollywood is Going Blue to Celebrate National Postal Worker Appreciation Day

The City of West Hollywood is going blue in celebration of National Postal Worker Appreciation Day. The city is recognizing postal workers responsible for sorting, transporting, and delivering our packages and mail during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

New tool helps postal managers plan ahead

The Postal Service has developed a new tool to help managers at mail processing plants prepare for unexpected events — such as the coronavirus pandemic — before they affect mail processing and delivery.

Bay Area man gets no extra jail time for punching mailman

SAN FRANCISCO — A South San Francisco man who attacked a mailman during an altercation last year received no extra jail time, after his attorney argued the risk of contracting COVID-19 in jail was too great, and offered her client’s account of the incident.

Top Challenges Facing Federal Agencies: COVID-19 Emergency Relief and Response Efforts

The objective of this report is to provide insight into the top management challenges facing federal agencies that received pandemic related funding as identified by Offices of Inspector General.

5 Big Initiatives New Postmaster General Should Deliver

Taking the helm of a major organization is always a serious challenge. When the organization is in the midst of widely publicized turmoil, the challenge is magnified immensely.

Postal Workers caravan delivers 2 million ‘Save USPS’ petitions to Washington

Snaking its way from the Washington Navy Yard to the U.S. Senate, a caravan of cars driven by Postal Workers delivered petitions with two million names on them
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