Ever since the post office installed mail pods in the neighborhood, I only stop and get the mail twice a week. I don't miss anything so why not just cut back at least one day on mail delivery.
Each yellow "interoffice mail" envelope has eight holes punched through it. These holes are convenient because they allow one to see whether the envelope is empty, but they are a major contributor to waste. Why? Because often the employees using the envelope refuse to write in the spaces... more »
It has been... more »
Reduce mail delivery to 4 days per week (or less). Much commerce and transactions are handled electronically now. Daily mail delivery is no longer necessary. If someone needs that capability a post office box delivery can be provided.
1) We copy the return
2) Send the return back to service center
How we can save
- Scan Returns and send to Revenue Officers
$10 (Mail/UPS per return request)
x 10 (requests per yr)
x 5000 Revenue Officers
$500,000 Estimated Savings (and I don't have... more »
It is a waste of money and labor to mail printed material. Use electronic file transfer, post on shared drive, or post on a web site.
Why are we not using the US Postal Service?
Why are we using UPS and FedEx to ship packages, when we have the postal service that is perfectly capable to handle our needs?
Not only will using the US Postal Service save the government money, but I believe that the US Postal Service will do an even better job than their commercial competitors that we are currently using.