The Postal Regulatory Commission released its Annual Report to the President and Congress on Jan. 31.
The commission, also known as the PRC, is an independent federal agency providing transparency and accountability for USPS operations.
The 98-page report outlines the agency’s work to regulate rates and classes for USPS products and services and provides an analysis of the Postal Service’s financial picture for fiscal year 2022, which ended Sept. 30.
The report also provides detailed information on PRC staff, structure and goals, including the agency’s five-year strategic plan for 2023-2028.
More information is available at www.prc.gov.