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USPS provides update on historic modernization efforts

The initiatives are part of the 10-year Delivering for America plan

Under the Delivering for America plan, USPS is transforming its network.

To further clarify the implementation plans of the Postal Service for the Mail Processing Facility Reviews that have been completed — and continued activity on regional processing and distribution centers, sorting and delivery centers, and local processing centers — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy sent a letter on May 20 to Sen. Gary Peters (D-Michigan), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

The letter outlines the paused implementation status of the Mail Processing Facility Reviews, as well as the ongoing 2024 activities that will continue to advance and are part of the nearly $15.3 billion in committed self-funded investments.

The letter is available online.

“Our Delivering for America plan initiatives are breathing new life into the U.S. Postal Service. Despite evident progress, it’s clear that these efforts should have commenced more than a decade ago,” said Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. “The need for swift and comprehensive transformation in the Postal Service is undeniable. We remain fully committed to this transformation with the goal of continuously improving service performance for the American people — all while being financially self-sustainable.”