USPS Announces Pause on Changes to Mail Processing Operations Until 2025

In response to a bipartisan letter from U.S. Senator Peters, Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and 25 colleagues, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has committed to pause changes at mail processing facilities across the United States until after January 1, 2025. DeJoy also stated he will not advance efforts without advising Peters of plans to do so, and only at a moderated pace of implementation. Peters recently convened an oversight hearing to examine the changes and the impact they are having on mail service delivery. Peters also previously expressed concern over the Postal Service’s insufficient responses to prior requests for information. The USPS is continuing to consider whether they should seek an advisory opinion from the Postal Regulatory Commission on initiatives in the Delivering for America plan.


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