By Edward L. Hudgins
As extra humans correspond and pay money owed on-line, dramatically decreasing the necessity for letter wearing, what's the position for the Postal provider within the twenty first century?
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An expanding Postal Service means new job openings and more opportunities for advancement. Thus, although the Postal Service usually defends its competitive-market forays as somehow lowering rates for customers within the postal monopoly, the truth is that monopoly-market customers are in danger of paying higher rates. Taxpayers and Customers at Risk Because the Postal Service confronts quick-moving, determined rivals in competitive markets, unexpectedly large Postal Service losses in those markets are a distinct possibility.
4 Generally, private-sector businesses compete directly with Postal Service products except where they are barred by law from doing so. The Postal Service’s output and revenues in competitive markets are 20 percent or less of its total revenues. Nevertheless, because of USPS’ massive size, the organization’s competitive-market sales would, by themselves, place it in the Fortune 500 if they were the revenues of a freestanding company. If the Postal Service has its way, its presence in competitive markets will grow rapidly.
S. S. Postal Service, “Postal Service Merges onto Information Superhighway; Introduces Internet-Based Services,” Postal News, Release no. htm. The Postal Service’s efforts to move into cyberspace and the issues that raises are discussed in greater detail in James P. S. Postal Service control the transmission of supposedly confidential documents would jeopardize people’s privacy rights if the federal government is interested in the contents of the documents. 16 30 The Postal Service’s Market Grab sector companies, of course, already provide similar Internetbased services and are rapidly introducing new ones.
Mail at the Millennium: Will the Postal Service Go Private? by Edward L. Hudgins