USPS’s Promised Business Plan: More than 100 Days Late and Counting

In a hearing on April 30, the American people were promised a 10-year business plan by Postmaster General Megan Brennan to outline steps toward financial stability for the United States Postal Service (USPS). Brennan said the plan was in final review by the board and would be submitted to the committee in 60 days, establishing a July 1st deadline. Summer has come and gone, and Postmaster General Brennan is stepping down from her perch. But hundreds of millions of taxpayers and USPS consumers are still waiting to see this long-anticipated plan. New USPS leadership must reassure the millions of Americans in limbo that they will soon see a plan that will hopefully allow the Postal Service to rise from the fiscal ashes.

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New USPS leadership must ensure they are doing everything in their power to avoid leaving taxpayers to foot the bill for systemic agency failures.
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