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Postal Service is calling for significant change in its operations after a report suggests that on its current course, it will lose $238 billion over the next decade.
ConEdison Solutions (CES), a leading energy services company, has been awarded an energy efficiency contract from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
Despite investing billions in ``productivity enhancing'' automation and information technology, the Postal Service has seen productivity rise only 11 percent in 30 years, according to the U.
Postal Service over the proper boundary separating the Antelope Valley's two largest cities.
The Society will take the top two and a half floors of the 15-story building owned by the United States Postal Service and has an option for the other half floor in this fixed-rate, non-escalating 20-year deal.
Postal Service, which stretches from Westchester County to the outskirts of Albany, rated every category of local postal service much improved for fiscal year 1993, which ended in September.
The battle over employee participation is one being played out not only in the Postal Service but in auto plants, steel mills, and on lots of other shop floors.
HP (NYSE: HPQ) (Nasdaq: HPQ) has been awarded a five-year contract extension by the United States Postal Service to deploy a breadth of products and services, including HP servers, desktops, notebooks, printers, and integration and warranty support services.