Reducing Risk in Contract Extensions

The U.S. Postal Service manages about 30,000 contract actions (awards and modifications), and spends roughly $13 billion on contracts annually. The sheer volume of contracts and the huge dollar amounts involved make it an area to regularly monitor for fraud, waste, and abuse.

It also means USPS contract officers (COs) have a big responsibility given the essential role they play in the contracting process.

 

Back to Work

It’s all about getting injured employees back to work.

Postal employees injured on the job can return to work even if they can’t perform their regular jobs — so long as the work is within their medically defined restrictions. That’s the idea behind the U.S. Postal Service’s Limited Duty and Rehabilitation programs, which is essentially two programs:

 

A Veterans Day Salute

On Veterans Day, we reflect on the service that more than 21 million men and women have given to our country. About 1.3 million of them served during multiple wars, dating as far back as World War II.

Many veterans now work in a wide range of fields, from manufacturing and retail to transportation and the entertainment industry, as laborers, managers, and executives, according to U.S. Census data. The largest contingent of veterans, about 14 percent, works in public service or administration, which isn’t really surprising given its close relationship to military service.

 

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