Scanning snapshot. The Postal Service’s national scanning rating was 97.61 percent during the week ending Feb. 9, down from one week earlier.
Dakotas (99.19 percent) topped the districts, while Western (98.07 percent) led the areas.
To see the latest results, go to the Enterprise Analytics site and select “Analytics Tools,” followed by “DES 2 — Scan Performance.”
Travel update. USPS has updated GetThere, the online travel booking tool for Postal Service employees.
Employees are now the only individuals able to designate someone to arrange travel on their behalf. All previous “relationships” have been removed from GetThere.
To set up a travel arranger relationship, select “More tools,” followed by “Arranger settings,” then “My arrangers.” Next, select “Add a travel arranger.” Search for the person you want to delegate travel to, then select “Add.”
If you’ve forgotten your password, use the forgotten password link. If you continue to experience problems, send an email to TravelBackOffice@usps.gov and a representative will assist you.
Women warriors. The National Postal Museum has opened an exhibition that celebrates women who served in the U.S. military in record numbers during World War I.
“In Her Words: Women’s Duty and Service in World War I” will run through May 8 at the museum, which is located in Washington, DC.
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