U.S. Postmaster General Megan Brennan believes the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 is a key part in restoring the USPS’ financial health.
The other parts: a favorable outcome in the PRC’s review of postal ratemaking and continued “aggressive management action.”
“I thank Chairman Jason Chaffetz, Ranking Member Elijah Cummings as well as other members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee including Representatives Mark Meadows, Gerry Connolly, Stephen Lynch, and Dennis Ross, for introducing a bipartisan postal reform bill that is fiscally responsible,” the PMG said in a statement.
The Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 “would enable the Postal Service to invest in the future and to continue to provide affordable, reliable, and secure delivery service to every business and home in America,” PMG Brennan states.
“Enactment of the bill, favorable resolution of the Postal Regulatory Commission’s pricing system review, and continued aggressive management actions will return the Postal Service to financial stability.”