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Mailer Groups Seek to Change PRC Ratesetting Proposal

In the latest installment in what’s become a years-long rulemaking by the Postal Regulatory Commission, a trio of industry associations has asked the PRC to delete a provision of its most recent proposal.

A brief recap

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Customized Postage: USPS Loses in Court but Wins at the PRC

Just last month – on May 1 – the Postal Service filed a request with the Postal Regulatory Commission seeking to delete Customized Postage as a service.  Among the reasons it offered was that “the eligibility criteria have become the source of customer complaints and the subject of legal disputes.”  (Authorized Customized Postage vendors are required to apply criteria “to ensure that the types of content included in customized postage are appropriate in light of the purposes of the program and the potential audiences, in order to safeguard the Postal Service’s legal, financial, and brand interests.”)

In that filing, it didn’t mention that, as if to support its statement, it was in court at that time with a customer whose design had been rejected.

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Congress Asks USPS to Recast its Projected Losses

Last April, the Postal Service, and its commercial customers feared the decline in mail volume driven by pandemic-related business shutdowns would turn into a freefall.  Early in that month, the agency shared initial volume and revenue projections with members of the House and Senate committees having postal oversight responsibilities.

Billions in losses

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