Failure to Deliver: Harm Caused by U.S. Postmaster General DeJoy's Changes to Postal Service Mail Delivery

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OR.116.68
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2020-09-16
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43 pages
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The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs conducted an investigation into Postal Service delays resulting from operational changes at the United States Postal Service (USPS) made by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. This report finds that on-time mail delivery dropped abruptly throughout the U.S., following Postmaster General DeJoy\342\200\231s July 2020 directives. In addition, this report finds that Postmaster General DeJoy failed to consider the likely service impacts of the transportation changes he ordered in July 2020.
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Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, hearing on "Examining the Finances and Operations of the United States Postal Service During Covid-19 and Upcoming Elections," 116th Cong., S.Hrg. 116-484, (2020, August 21)
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