GCA Members Add Their Voice to Support Postal Reform

GCA Members Add Their Voice to Support Postal Reform

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), the new Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, is beginning to engage with key mailing industry representatives in Washington, D.C. The Postal Affairs Committee looks forward to engaging Mr. Gowdy on reform of the USPS, a topic important to us all. Meanwhile, a new industry-wide stakeholder support letter to […]

Postmaster General Appeals to President, Board Nominations Needed

Postmaster General Appeals to President, Board Nominations Needed

Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan has made an appeal to the President, requesting that he nominate individuals to serve on the USPS Board of Governors. This issue, the state of the Postal Service, and more are covered in this Linn’s Stamp News report written by Washington Correspondent, Bill McAllister. Read more here.    

Postal Service Finance Update

Postal Service Finance Update

Contrary to what has sometimes been reported, there is optimism surrounding opportunities for postal reform. This article from the Washington Post offers some of the latest developments on the subject. Thanks to our Postal Affairs Committee and its Chair, Sarah Moe Myers, for their continued leadership during this critical year. Click here for more.

Postal Reform Legislation Summary Document Released

Postal Reform Legislation Summary Document Released

Legislation to stabilize Postal Service finances was recently introduced.  H.R. 756, The Postal Reform Act of 2017, mirrors legislation that the GCA supported last year and is crucial to ensuring affordable postage rates for greeting card customers. A summary of the bill may be reviewed here. We thank the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for providing […]

Is Postal Reform Coming in 2017?

Is Postal Reform Coming in 2017?

Dear GCA Members, As the 115th Congress convenes, expectations are high for a great deal of early activity on major controversial issues ranging from healthcare to tax reform. Postal observers remain hopeful that action on postal reform legislation can pick up where it left off at the end of the last Congress. Meanwhile, a number […]