Streamlining the United States Postal Service With Hybrid Mail Systems

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Streamlining the United States Postal Service With Hybrid Mail Systems Table of Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293925" U.S. Postal Service: A Legacy of Service, A Future Clouded By Debt And Doubt PAGEREF _Toc325293925 h 4 HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293926" Quantifying How Severe The USPS Financial and Operational Problems Are PAGEREF _Toc325293926 h 6 HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293927" Analysis of Additional USPS Strategic Challenges and Problems PAGEREF _Toc325293927 h 10 HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293928" Privatization Is Strategic Solution That Can Scale If Rolled Out Regionally PAGEREF _Toc325293928 h 11 HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293929" Why The Time Has Come For Hybrid Mail Services for the USPS PAGEREF _Toc325293929 h 11 HYPERLINK l "_Toc325293930" References PAGEREF _Toc325293930 h 13 U.S. Postal Service: A Legacy of Service, A Future Clouded By Debt And Doubt The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is one of the most unique mail services globally in that its existence as a monopoly is protected by the U.S. Government, assuring its continued existence despite its lack profitability and inability in many instances, to effectively meet customers' needs. The USPS has the luxury of having laws that protect it from competition, which has ironically led to it being the most inefficient service the U.S. Government runs. With no competition to keep it focused on the rapidly changing customer needs of the citizens they serve, the USPS is today nearly bankrupt as it is not keeping pace

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