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New command center assisting with supply needs

Retail Associate Gloria Spears cleans a counter at the Merrifield, VA, Post Office last month. The new COVID-19 Supplies Command Center can help USPS facilities meet their cleaning needs during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Postal Service has established a COVID-19 Supplies Command Center to ensure USPS facilities have supplies to keep employees safe and meet facilities’ cleaning needs during the coronavirus pandemic.

While facilities should continue to order supplies following standard procedures and using local buying where available, the center is working closely with Supply Management and district supply coordinators to centrally fulfill orders for masks, gloves, air and hand sanitizers, cleaning products and other items directly from the USPS Material Distribution Center in Topeka, KS.

Facilities and employees can contact the center for help tracking orders and when they need assistance in locating and ordering supplies.

Additionally, the center will monitor field inventories daily to assist districts in identifying facilities that are low on items needed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Employees can call the COVID-19 Supplies Command Center at 844-773-3594, Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Eastern time.

The COVID-19 Supplies Blue page has additional resources.