Senator Peters Sends Letter to USPS Asking for Pause on Network Transformation

Senator Gary Peters (D-MI), Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, sent a letter to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on March 18 calling on the Postal Service to pause its overhaul of the network transformation due to impacts it is having on mail delivery. Peters also stated his concern on the lack of transparency from the Postal Service and requested a response by April 1. In December and February, Peters previously requested detailed information about the full scope and timelines for the network changes, how USPS has assessed the projected service impacts, and additional information about impacts to employees and communities. Peters says the Postal Service has failed or insufficiently provided answers. The Postal Service said they have no plans to pause the modernization efforts.


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