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USPS

abbr.
United States Postal Service

USPS

or U.S.P.S.,

United States Postal Service.
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Noun1.USPS - an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United StatesUSPS - an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States
United States Postal Inspection Service, US Postal Inspection Service - the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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The USPS has a monopoly over many classes of mail and exclusive use of the nation's mailboxes, and its monopoly pricing power still requires regulatory oversight.
Amazon and USPS officials said that metropolitan Los Angeles and New York are a starting point for this service, explaining that they plan to introduce it in Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, and Phoenix next year.
The current methodology used by OPM for allocating responsibility for CSRS benefits between USPS and the federal government is consistent with applicable law.
Ruben Rojo, retail manager for the Colorado and Wyoming division of the USPS, was instrumental in helping Christopher secure a deal with the post office by advising and guiding her through the process.
ConEdison Solutions has a strong, long-term partnership with the USPS," Mr.
In other words, complain to USPS not with anecdotes but with actual data that they will respond to.
As a result of the demand for the stamps, the USPS said it recently began producing a greater quantity.
Despite two rate increases during 2001 (January 7 and July 1), the USPS lost $1.
That's a tough break for American consumers, but these are tough times, at least for the USPS.
passes, the USPS will have no role to play in delivering e-mail.
The USPS then measured the performance of each pallet under load.
Currently, the USPS primarily uses a weight-based method to determine postage costs for letters, flats and parcels.