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GordonG  
#1 Posted : Saturday, March 27, 2021 7:35:35 PM(UTC)
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In my opinion either Congress unleash the shackles that restrict any true reform to come to play or completely take it over and own it.

This half-azz measure, being a quasi federal agency, isn't cutting it any longer.

Billions of dollars have been lost and with an anticipated billions and billions or more to be lost unless true reforms are put into play.

A short two minute read that stikes me and being on point.



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https://thehill.com/blog...heater-and-create-needed

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Let's end the Postal Service political theater and create needed reforms.


The U.S. Postal Service (USPS), a once beloved American institution, has become the set of a political theater filled with partisan games, conspiracy theories, and dangerous plot twists all grounded in fictitious ideas. Push aside the Washington drama and the reality is USPS, which holds a vital role in America, is on the brink of financial insolvency because it lacks the structure and strategy for the modern era.

To be very clear, the Postal Service is in bad shape. Last year it lost over $9 billion. Over the next ten years, it is projected to be $160 billion in the red. Like many businesses, technology has disrupted USPS’ core functions. Americans’ use of email has led to a 44 percent drop in mail volume. E-commerce has left the Postal Service under an avalanche of packages. And, of course, the pandemic has created its own hurdles.

Meanwhile, Americans still rely on USPS but the structural issues at the Postal Service are beginning to disrupt everyday life. As a result, Christmas cards mailed in December are being delivered months later, bills are arriving days or weeks after the due date, and seniors are not receiving their prescriptions on time. The problems go on and on. If we do nothing, the Postal Service will continue to hemorrhage cash and the current poor delivery service will become the norm. Neither are acceptable to Republicans.


Earlier this year, Oversight and Reform Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) offered in good faith to work together on a bipartisan postal reform bill. A House Democrat bill doesn’t require Republican support to pass, which means the real reason for bipartisanship is to share the pain of hard decisions. However, her proposal does not include any of those hard decisions nor provide us with the opportunity to solve the long-term issues.

Democrats have yet to offer any real solutions and only criticize USPS’ leadership when they attempt to improve the Postal Service from within. They continue to play political theatrics by calling on the current postmaster general to be fired. They also mask USPS’ health benefit problem by erasing related costs from the Postal Service’s balance sheet. Their proposal entails ending a “prefunding” requirement for future retiree health premiums and requires future postal retirees to enroll in Medicare. USPS estimates these measures will save over $57 billion over the next ten years, but that is only on paper. In reality, they only treat the symptoms of a broken business model and don’t fix the underlying problem.


In the midst of this, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has delivered a business reform plan which he and the USPS Board of Governors believe will help put the Postal Service on a positive financial path. If that’s true, then it could prevent more drastic legislative reforms that would likely prove unpopular in order to save the Postal Service from insolvency.

Unfortunately, I am skeptical the plan will ever have time to prove its validity because DeJoy has been demonized from the start by the left. He is often characterized as “a Trump crony…actively undermining the Postal Service from the inside.” His tools of destruction? Removing underused mail sorting machines, conducting routine maintenance and necessary relocations of blue collection boxes, seeking to curtail rampant unauthorized overtime, and drive efficiency by getting a complex trucking network to run on schedule. Democrats pushed a baseless conspiracy theory last year that this was all part of a plan to somehow steal the election.

Push aside the mailbox myths and it’s clear the Postal Service performed admirably during the election under DeJoy’s direction. Nearly 94 percent of ballots were delivered within 2-5 days, even as voting by mail doubled over the 2018 election by some estimates. During the week of the election, over 98 percent of ballots were delivered within standards. And this wasn’t because of any court order, as Democrats like to claim. DeJoy called a halt to his efficiency efforts well before the election and ordered everything possible be done to ensure ballots were delivered on time.

None of that matters to Democrats, who want him out regardless of the facts. They are content with the USPS’ status quo and a government bailout.

The digital divide existed long before COVID-19 — let's make sure it...
I give Postmaster General DeJoy credit. He hasn’t backed down despite withering criticism. His plan is targeted at modernizing the Postal Service’s delivery network and maximizing the ability to efficiently reach every delivery point in America each day, all 161 million of them. DeJoy believes his plan, coupled with relief from retiree health benefit liabilities, would be sufficient to right the ship.

Congress owes it to the Postal Service and the American people to carefully consider DeJoy’s plan before passing judgement. I hope Democrats will put their personal distaste for DeJoy aside in favor of doing what’s best for the American people who rely on USPS and for the more than 600,000 USPS workers.



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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 27, 2021 11:55:17 PM(UTC)
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#3 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 6:11:22 AM(UTC)

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The Postal Service will be just fine was the retirement pre-funding mandate is eliminated. The real question is whether Louis DeJoy actually wants to "fix" the USPS. From what I see, all he has done is made a mess since he became the PMG. Removing needed automated equipment right before an election, some of the worst cases of cronyism I have ever seen, dismantling administrative systems that worked just fine until he started his reorganization.... which is one of the worst games of the Postal Shuffle that I have ever witnessed. Louis DeJoy needs to be removed so the USPS can move forward. He is the worst thing that happened to the USPS in years.
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#4 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 7:20:53 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Amused Go to Quoted Post
The Postal Service will be just fine....



I believe you've proven the author's point. After point. After point. After point.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:08:06 AM(UTC)

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DeJoy inherited a dumpster fire. He will have his hands full trying to clean it up.

We're in this precarious position due to incompetent management, lack of leadership and years of congressional inaction.
Everyone let us down. All political parties. They ALL failed us.

He's a no-nonsense guy and there is a LOT of nonsense going on in our agency.
He's going to rattle some cages.

For now, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt (not that I agree with everything he's doing).
It's his call.

By the way, it's not just the pre-funding anymore.
There are a lot of other factors contributing to our billion dollar losses now.

PMG Brennan was a disaster. She was one of us (former letter carrier) and a Democrat.
She was tepid and ineffectual. Never exuded confidence, competence or strong leadership. She was asleep at the wheel, hit every iceberg and led us to the brink of disaster.
Five wasted years.
She got her golden parachute. She'll be fat and happy.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:58:07 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: EagleDog Go to Quoted Post
DeJoy inherited a dumpster fire. He will have his hands full trying to clean it up.

We're in this precarious position due to incompetent management, lack of leadership and years of congressional inaction.
Everyone let us down. All political parties. They ALL failed us.

He's a no-nonsense guy and there is a LOT of nonsense going on in our agency.
He's going to rattle some cages.

For now, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt (not that I agree with everything he's doing).
It's his call.

By the way, it's not just the pre-funding anymore.
There are a lot of other factors contributing to our billion dollar losses now.

PMG Brennan was a disaster. She was one of us (former letter carrier) and a Democrat.
She was tepid and ineffectual. Never exuded confidence, competence or strong leadership. She was asleep at the wheel, hit every iceberg and led us to the brink of disaster.
Five wasted years.
She got her golden parachute. She'll be fat and happy.

PMG Brennan has been Obese for decades now. Typical Female Letter Carrier look about her. HA HA HA
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#7 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 11:32:25 AM(UTC)
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*The Postal Service will be just fine was the retirement pre-funding mandate is eliminated.

That used to be and is a major source of the overall debt we have. But those payments ended several years ago and we never were able to make all of the payments. So removing the prefunding mandate would provide some relief, but it will not fix our problems.

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*The real question is whether Louis DeJoy actually wants to "fix" the USPS. From what I see, all he has done is made a mess since he became the PMG.

Coming in from the outside with new ideas, change is always messy. But our problems require change and the jury is still out on whether or not he wants to or can fix our problems.

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*Removing needed automated equipment right before an election,

I call BS on this one. We were in the process of removing unneeded and underutilized equipment long before the election. It was equipment that should have been removed and PMG DeJoy was not the PMG when it started. Bigger problem is getting the idiots in operations to run more efficiently. To be fair however they have challenges of their own that lead to some of the inefficiency.

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*some of the worst cases of cronyism I have ever seen, dismantling administrative systems that worked just fine until he started his reorganization.... which is one of the worst games of the Postal Shuffle that I have ever witnessed.

Details please. What has he dismantled that worked fine before? What cronyism are you referring to or are you simply repeating uninformed gossip and ignorance?


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*Louis DeJoy needs to be removed so the USPS can move forward. He is the worst thing that happened to the USPS in years.

Obviously I think the jury is still out and I'm willing to give the guy a fair shot. Yes, he is a republican and well connected. But he applied for the job, a job he doesn't need. He does have some outside logistics experience and knowledge which may lend itself to improving our situation. Yet he's nowhere near the worst thing to happen to the USPS. IMO the worst thing that has happened to the USPS in years was Donald Trump. He had/has a personal grudge against Jeff Bezos. He wanted with every ounce of his being to win reelection. Starting with his election and continuing all the way through the 2020 election, he did nothing but attack and demean the USPS, our integrity and our workforce. PMG DeJoy on the other hand did not join in on those attacks and seems to support our continued existence, survival and valuable role in this country. Sure he should have been smarter with his transportation changes, talk about bad timing esp after the changes were so terribly mismanaged across the country by incompetent PDC managers and Area managers.

I'm reserving judgement on the man for now. He's been handed a tough job and foolish rants without facts don't make it any better.
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Originally Posted by: Amused Go to Quoted Post
The Postal Service will be just fine was the retirement pre-funding mandate is eliminated. The real question is whether Louis DeJoy actually wants to "fix" the USPS. From what I see, all he has done is made a mess since he became the PMG. Removing needed automated equipment right before an election, some of the worst cases of cronyism I have ever seen, dismantling administrative systems that worked just fine until he started his reorganization.... which is one of the worst games of the Postal Shuffle that I have ever witnessed. Louis DeJoy needs to be removed so the USPS can move forward. He is the worst thing that happened to the USPS in years.

Are you aware as a Postal Employee that the reduction in letter sorting equipment was made by Brennan's administration? Here's a copy of the plan dated 15 May 2020, at least one month prior to his taking over.


https://www.documentclou...h7gKqdN5NabQ#document/p1

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#9 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2021 2:53:54 PM(UTC)
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But he applied for the job, a job he doesn't need.

IMO the worst thing that has happened to the USPS in years was Donald Trump. He had/has a personal grudge against Jeff Bezos. Starting with his election and continuing all the way through the 2020 election, he did nothing but attack and demean the USPS, our integrity and our workforce.

I'm reserving judgement on the man for now. He's been handed a tough job and foolish rants without facts don't make it any better.


there is/was lots to gain by taking the job...yes he has logistics insight, but also a financial stake...being PMG allows inside info on contracts being granted and insider trading to take place...

onto Trump, with his grudge against Bezos, it would have made more sense to back the PO and try to crush Amazon delivery...also, he didnt NEED the job of President, at least not financially...for his EGO perhaps, and that to some has taken a hit, but for others, any publicity is good publicity...

i think most of the problems are due to people that are too far away from the job...a guy working a desk can say it SHOULD only take x amount of hours to do this or that based on numbers at the plant, which doesnt factor in EDDM or weather for carriers, or sure, it should only take the clerks 2 hours to sort the mail for the carriers to get out the door, but then the truck arrives an hour late, and comes right after Amazon comes, that pushes the 2 hours needed into 2.5 hours, but due to window opening and clerks needed to cover that, it now takes 3 hours, so carriers are sent out without packages and required to come back for packages...

i know there are plenty of people not performing at a pace they should be...and dont say 'its age, theyve earned slowing down'...slowing down doesnt mean 3 hours hiding from work while talking to other workers (not about work stuff), watching tv, playing games, or otherwise playing with their phone...
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If those that could did, they would have nothing else to do.

So no. No one wants to fix the PO.
Those who are, know those who are not.

If you think they are after you, what did you do wrong?
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'Everyone" just want to pretend that if their team got to install a crony as Postmaster General then all mail would be delivered the next day, in an electric vehicle all with no increase in the cost of postage or tax payer funding.
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I've recently read about Banks using the pandemic to close branches, especially in poorer neighborhoods. Forcing already disadvantaged people to get ripped by payday loan places.

Of course it would make no sense to bring back banking to the PO with all those offices nowhere near were people live. And we don't need the money either.

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Originally Posted by: Amused Go to Quoted Post
The Postal Service will be just fine was the retirement pre-funding mandate is eliminated. The real question is whether Louis DeJoy actually wants to "fix" the USPS. From what I see, all he has done is made a mess since he became the PMG. Removing needed automated equipment right before an election, some of the worst cases of cronyism I have ever seen, dismantling administrative systems that worked just fine until he started his reorganization.... which is one of the worst games of the Postal Shuffle that I have ever witnessed. Louis DeJoy needs to be removed so the USPS can move forward. He is the worst thing that happened to the USPS in years.


And this thinking right here is the entire issue.
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Regarding the reason(s) why DeJoy took the job.

There are still people who, when ask, will take a thankless job when it's the President of the United States who's doing the asking.

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Regarding the reason(s) why DeJoy took the job.

There are still people who, when ask, will take a thankless job when it's the President of the United States who's doing the asking.



Doubtful. The man and his wife are worth nearly 200 million dollars. He could’ve easily rode off into the sunset that is retirement or invested in far more lucrative companies( logistically speaking since that’s his expertise). Wealthy/rich people only want to make more money and power/influence. Granted he does have a fair amount of power and influence, he’s missing the money.

Personally, a lot of what he wants to do should help with the efficiency of the postal service. Delaying mail isn’t the answer but there may not be a way around it if we want to stay profitable with certain mail classes. I still think if the postal service does end up being privatized, he’s put himself in a very strong position to benefit from it and some of his actions may eventually lead to it.
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Originally Posted by: GordonG Go to Quoted Post
Regarding the reason(s) why DeJoy took the job.

There are still people who, when ask, will take a thankless job when it's the President of the United States who's doing the asking.



Doubtful. The man and his wife are worth nearly 200 million dollars. He could’ve easily rode off into the sunset that is retirement or invested in far more lucrative companies( logistically speaking since that’s his expertise). Wealthy/rich people only want to make more money and power/influence. Granted he does have a fair amount of power and influence, he’s missing the money.

Personally, a lot of what he wants to do should help with the efficiency of the postal service. Delaying mail isn’t the answer but there may not be a way around it if we want to stay profitable with certain mail classes. I still think if the postal service does end up being privatized, he’s put himself in a very strong position to benefit from it and some of his actions may eventually lead to it.


This whole delaying Mail complaint baffles me. We have never reached our 96% goal and our mail times vary wildly by factors that are out of our control as stated in the report.

His plan does make sense. Yes, times will be delayed BUT they should be more reliable. Hopefully that makes sense.
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This whole delaying Mail complaint baffles me. We have never reached our 96% goal and our mail times vary wildly by factors that are out of our control as stated in the report.

His plan does make sense. Yes, times will be delayed BUT they should be more reliable. Hopefully that makes sense.


It baffles you yet you admit there will be future delays? And how can you say that they should be more reliable if our mail times will continue to vary wildly based on issues outside of our control?

I’m not against his plan in its totality, only certain parts. I was commenting on another person saying he’s doing this job out of the goodness of his heart. That’s actually the baffling part.
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This whole delaying Mail complaint baffles me. We have never reached our 96% goal and our mail times vary wildly by factors that are out of our control as stated in the report.

His plan does make sense. Yes, times will be delayed BUT they should be more reliable. Hopefully that makes sense.


It baffles you yet you admit there will be future delays? And how can you say that they should be more reliable if our mail times will continue to vary wildly based on issues outside of our control?

I’m not against his plan in its totality, only certain parts. I was commenting on another person saying he’s doing this job out of the goodness of his heart. That’s actually the baffling part.


Because he’s changing the “out of our control part”. Have you even read any of the report? Which should make the delivery time more reliable. So in all reality there probably won’t even be a delay beside the status quo is so broken.
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This whole delaying Mail complaint baffles me. We have never reached our 96% goal and our mail times vary wildly by factors that are out of our control as stated in the report.

His plan does make sense. Yes, times will be delayed BUT they should be more reliable. Hopefully that makes sense.


It baffles you yet you admit there will be future delays? And how can you say that they should be more reliable if our mail times will continue to vary wildly based on issues outside of our control?

I’m not against his plan in its totality, only certain parts. I was commenting on another person saying he’s doing this job out of the goodness of his heart. That’s actually the baffling part.


Because he’s changing the “out of our control part”. Have you even read any of the report? Which should make the delivery time more reliable. So in all reality there probably won’t even be a delay beside the status quo is so broken.


Actually the plan had next to no details. It was rather vague and not much more than broad brush strokes. Improve employee turnover? HOW? What's the plan to get the mail processed and out the door on time? What's the plan to improve our package processing? What's the plan to both improve carrier productivity while making the job less physically abusive? What's the plan to improve attendance and deal with FMLA abuse? What's the plan regarding the abusive management style by over 50% of the managers level 24 and above?

So really this wasn't a plan they presented at all. It was more of a mission statement.
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Because he’s changing the “out of our control part”. Have you even read any of the report? Which should make the delivery time more reliable. So in all reality there probably won’t even be a delay beside the status quo is so broken.


How so? You’re seem just as unsure as Dejoy is about this plan working like he claims it will. I’ve read the report. It isn’t really specific about a lot of things. All I can do is go off of what he’s done already and that was immediately cut overtime and stop late trucks from being held at the plants which ruined scores and delayed mail. He reneged on that after a lot of backlash.

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Because he’s changing the “out of our control part”. Have you even read any of the report? Which should make the delivery time more reliable. So in all reality there probably won’t even be a delay beside the status quo is so broken.


Actually the plan had next to no details. It was rather vague and not much more than broad brush strokes. Improve employee turnover? HOW? What's the plan to get the mail processed and out the door on time? What's the plan to improve our package processing? What's the plan to both improve carrier productivity while making the job less physically abusive? What's the plan to improve attendance and deal with FMLA abuse? What's the plan regarding the abusive management style by over 50% of the managers level 24 and above?

So really this wasn't a plan they presented at all. It was more of a mission statement.


Bingo.
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