It’s not news to anyone that the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is in trouble. But this dire situation is now desperate.
On November 18, 2011, USPS will default on a $5.6 billion payment to the U.S. Government to cover its postal retiree health benefits. Even with that default, USPS will run out of money – and be unable to deliver the U.S. Mail – by August 2012….unless Congress steps in to help.
For the $1.1 trillion postal industry and its 8.4 million employees, keeping the Mail moving is critical. Without it, many businesses may be in danger – faced with a struggle to survive at a time when our economy needs more jobs, not less. This is not the time to lose American jobs.
Congress needs to act! Rates need to be kept down! And, USPS must move swiftly to remove costs associated with excess capacity!
Join DMA along with the Postmaster General (PMG) of the United States, USPS executives and key Congressional leaders as we host a series of webinars to confront the tough decisions and significant changes that must be made to improve the fiscal health of the USPS.
These informal conversations with the policymakers at the center of the postal debate will give you the opportunity to hear exactly what the experts are thinking about the future of USPS.
|Listen Now to Our Past Webinar Recordings!|
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|| Patrick Donahoe, Postmaster General, United States
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|| USPS Sustainability - David E. Williams, USPS, Vice President, Network Operations Management
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|| John Kilvington, Democratic Director, Senate Postal Subcommittee|
| Listen Here || HR: 2309 – Rep. Darrel Issa (R-CA)
| Dec, 2011
|| Invited - Republican Director, Senate Postal Subcommittee
A $1.1 trillion industry is in danger
8.4 million USPS employees’ jobs are at risk
The success of many businesses is in danger
This is not the time to lose American jobs!
- The USPS is shackled and cannot function as a real business
- Congress can remove those shackles
- The Postmaster General has a plan to put USPS on the right track and keep the mail affordable for your business
- The PMG needs the authority – now – to make those changes.
Please don’t delay. Register for the webinars and Take DMAAction today!
How Our Webinars Work
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It's interactive! - Ask questions by sending messages throughout the presentation. At the end of the webinar, participate in our Q&A session where you'll communicate with your speaker directly.
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