Cybersecurity – USPS & the Mailing Industry

Cybersecurity is a complex issue requiring a partnership between the Mailing Industry and USPS to find innovative ways to stay ahead of threats. Recognizing the urgent and growing threats to the security of data and privacy, the National Postal Policy Council (NPPC) has met with the USPS Chief Information Security [...]

NPPC Presents Kamen Award to Postmaster General

Postmaster General Megan Brennan accepts the Laurel Kamen Award from NPPC President Mike Tate and Executive Director Art Sackler The National Postal Policy Council presented its most prestigious honor, the Laurel Kamen Award, to Postmaster General Megan Brennan. The PMG was selected for this award for her dedication, [...]

Uncertainty in the Postal System is a Real Problem

Unfinished business weighs on the postal system.  The new formula for rate setting proposed by the Postal Regulatory Commission, which could have disastrous impact if finalized as proposed.  The Presidential Task Force on the Postal System and its potentially significant report.  Legislation that could stabilize the Postal Service financially in [...]

First Class Remains Invaluable to the Postal Service

Mark Twain undoubtedly used the mail during his lifetime – probably frequently and routinely.  So, it seems fitting to point out that reports of the death of First Class Mail have been greatly exaggerated.  While we are awaiting the year-end report for 2018, for 2017, First Class still accounted for [...]