|Here are a few of the most common questions my office receives that deal with the U.S. Postal Service:
How has the Postal Service been affected by the Pandemic?
Many of us in the Philadelphia region are experiencing mail delays. A short-staffed and underfunded post office is unable to process even the relatively normal volume of mail at this time. This is a crisis waiting to happen. I have fought to address this, including voting for a $25 billion rescue package, calling for the postmaster general to resign, and publishing an op-ed.
What are the new postal rates?
As you may know, the prices for many mail services went up on June 30, 2002. To find more information on rates, visit the U.S. Postal Service website.
How can I get information on jobs with the Postal Service?
The Postal Service often has openings throughout the country.
To get more information on the requirements and application process, visit the U.S. Postal Service website.
For information on all Federal job opportunities, visit the Federal job openings page.
Where is the closest Post Office?
Although it is possible to order stamps and do other postal functions online, there are still some times when you have to visit a Post Office. For example, Post Offices still serve as a registration point for Selective Service and many major Post Offices in larger communities handle Passport applications.
To find your nearest Post Office, visit the Services Locator page at the U.S. Postal Service website.
If you would like my help with a postal issue, please fill out my casework form and my office will get in touch with you.