·   Package Coalition

CBO Score Confirms Postal Reform Bill Will Save Federal Government $1.5 Billion

Washington, DC - Today, the Congressional Budget Office concluded that the bipartisan Postal Service Reform Act (HR 3076) will save the federal government $1.5 billion over 10 years. By codifying the Postal Service’s integrated delivery network, the bill preserves the efficiencies, affordable prices and universal service that Americans rely on. 

“The U.S. Postal Service is a lifeline for all Americans, providing affordable and reliable package delivery to every zip code in the nation. The Package Coalition urges the U.S. House of Representatives to pass the bipartisan Postal Service Reform Act (HR 3076) and keep mail and packages delivered together, 6 days per week,” said John McHugh, chair of the Package Coalition. “We strongly support enactment of this legislation as soon as possible. From rural communities to small businesses to seniors, the Postal Service’s package delivery has never been more important to Americans than during the pandemic – keeping us connected, protecting jobs and delivering essential medications and household supplies.”