Postmaster general eyes aggressive changes at Postal Service after election
Industry groups have also grown wary of DeJoy’s policies. The Greeting Card Association, though it does not support Democratic legislation in the House to prohibit the Postal Service from making operational changes before the election, wrote to Maloney on Wednesday decrying the “lack of transparency” around DeJoy’s previous policy changes.
“The GCA has been skeptical of the benefit in degrading service standards, and believes that such measures typically fail to generate intended savings while driving customers away from the system,” wrote the group’s president, George White. “We oppose any further reduction in service standards during the pandemic crisis.”