Scanning snapshot. A snapshot of Postal Service scanning data shows the national rating was 96.96 percent during the week ending Sept. 16, down 0.04 percent from one week earlier.
The data was collected Sept. 21.
Central led the four areas with a rating of 97.20 percent, while Atlantic ranked last with a 96.75 percent rating.
Among the 50 districts, ME-NH-VT, part of Atlantic, ranked first with a 97.84 percent rating, while California 4, part of WestPac, ranked last with a 95.48 percent rating.
Scanning data allows customers to track their mail and packages, which helps USPS deliver excellent service, boost loyalty and drive revenue.
To see the latest data, go to the Informed Visibility website and select “Customer Experience,” followed by “DES 2 Scan Performance.” Postal Service employees must request Informed Visibility access through eAccess.
Delivery data. From July 1-Sept. 9, the Postal Service delivered 93.2 percent of First-Class Mail on time when compared with the organization’s service standard, according to data released last week.
During the same period, USPS delivered 94.6 percent of Marketing Mail and 87 percent of Periodicals on time, the figures show.
Employee recognition. The employees who recently had lunch with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy after receiving the top prize in the USPS Sustainability Excellence Awards competition have received a memento of the experience.
DeJoy has mailed each participant a signed group photo from the lunch to thank them for their work.
The employees were honored with the award after working together to shut down three contract routes and consolidate the loads onto other routes. Their effort removed 221,889 annual miles from the USPS network and saved the organization 34,000 gallons of diesel a year.
The USPS Sustainability Excellence Awards honor standout efforts to reduce the organization’s environmental footprint. The awards’ Blue page has more information.
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