USPS Performance Rebounding After Overhaul-Related Dip, Democrat Report Finds

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The U.S. Postal Service has ramped up on-time deliveries to nearly the levels seen before a dip in performance triggered by cost-saving measures enacted by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, according to a report (pdf) ordered by Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.). While lambasting DeJoy for ordering the cost-saving measures without considering the impact on the timeliness of mail delivery, the report shows that the percentage of first-class mail delivered on-time has rebounded and by early September was only 2.7 percent below the average levels seen before the start of DeJoy’s tenure. Service performance returned to normal in the Northeast and nearly so in the Pacific during the week of Aug. 29 to Sept. 4., according to the report. Service in other areas is still below the levels seen prior to the rollout of the cost-saving measures. During the second week of August, the percentage of on-time deliveries dropped to 10 percent …

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