The Postal Service is holding a series of online town hall meetings to help employees learn more about USPS Connect before its nationwide launch.
USPS Connect is a set of four delivery solutions that leverage new equipment, new pricing, a reconfigured network and enhanced operational precision to meet evolving business needs.
The hourlong town hall sessions are running from Feb. 9-18.
Each starts with a recorded message from Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who explains how USPS Connect aligns with Delivering for America, the organization’s 10-year plan to modernize the postal network.
Postal Service executives then provide more information on how USPS Connect works and how employees can help generate USPS Connect leads.
Town hall participants can ask questions during the sessions.
The USPS Connect Local package service, which was tested as a pilot program in Texas last year, is now available in more than 800 locations in the Lone Star State.
The USPS Connect Local offering, which includes USPS Connect Mail, an affordable First-Class Mail option for documents, will begin rolling out to additional locations during the week of Feb. 22.
The USPS Connect LiteBlue page has an archive of town hall recordings for employees who missed their department’s session. You’ll need your employee identification number and password to access the page.