The @PostalRegulator is inviting stakeholder consultation on USPS rate increases, as directed by Congress. For some reason, the PRC hasn't created a docket for this; instead, comments can be sent via letter or email. Will they be posted on the PRC website?https://www.prc.gov/sites/default/files/Stakeholder%20input%20for%20appropriations%20act%20study.pdf

The USPS financial report for April 2022 is one for the history books. It shows a net income of $60 billion for the month — the one-time impact of the postal reform bill, which reversed the retiree health benefit deficit that had accrued since 2012.
https://www.prc.gov/docs/121/121830/2022.5.24%20April%20FY2022%20Monthly%20Financial%20Report.pdf

Earlier this week the @USPS shared a list with the @PostalRegulator containing 170 post offices, “temporarily” closed many years ago by emergency suspension, that "qualify for swift official Discontinuance." Here's the list, map, and more details.
https://www.savethepostoffice.com/to-be-discontinued-the-postal-service-identifies-170-suspended-post-offices-for-permanent-closure/

In making its argument against disclosing the contract (which may not even be an NSA with Amazon), the USPS cites as precedent a PRC case that actually did involve an Amazon NSA (as Amazon itself revealed by intervening). https://www.prc.gov/docs/89/89140/Order%20No.%201985.pdf
https://www.savethepostoffice.com/premature-motion-prc-dismisses-bid-to-view-non-public-amazon-docs/

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