• Project Title:
  • Availability for Tier 1 Business Critical Services
  • Start Date:
  • Tuesday, February 27, 2018
  • Estimated Report Release Date:
  • August 2018

Is the Click-N-Ship Service Available When You Need It?

Tier 1 business critical services support the Postal Service's main business categories such as moving the mail, plant management, delivery, major mailers, revenue, or customer experience. Unavailable Tier 1 business critical services keep the Postal Service from performing key functions.

 
  • Project Title:
  • Cybersecurity Decision Analysis Reports Review
  • Start Date:
  • Monday, March 26, 2018
  • Estimated Report Release Date:
  • September 2018

Have Cyber Investments Improved the Postal Service’s Cyber Security Posture?

The Corporate Information Security Office (CISO) is responsible for protecting the Postal Service’s infrastructure against cyber threats that could disrupt operations to the 45,000 point of sale terminals, 2,837 retail kiosks, 8,500 mail processing equipment pieces, USPS.com, and more.

 
  • Project Title:
  • Review of Mixed Delivery Collection Vehicles Acquisition
  • Start Date:
  • Monday, March 26, 2018
  • Estimated Report Release Date:
  • August 2018

What Have You Experienced with the New Mixed Delivery & Collection (two-ton) Vehicles?

The existing fleet of two-ton vehicles has aged to or is beyond its planned life cycle, requiring frequent repairs. Regardless of preventive maintenance performed, chassis and component parts break down, resulting in increased vehicle maintenance costs.

 
Fleet Specialty Card Management
  • Project Title:
  • Fleet Specialty Card Management - Pacific Area
  • Start Date:
  • Monday, February 5, 2018
  • Estimated Report Release Date:
  • July 2018

How is the Pacific Area Using and Monitoring its Fleet Specialty Cards?

The Postal Service operates one of the largest civilian vehicle fleets in the world with over 227,000 vehicles used to deliver and collect mail in Fiscal Year 2017. Management assigns a fleet credit card to each postal-owned vehicle to pay for commercially purchased fuel, oil, and maintenance expenses of up to $300.

 

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