Grady E. Griffin knows all too well that the United States Postal
Service is on the verge of financial collapse. It continues to lose
billions of dollars per year, and it has reached its maximum
federal borrowing limit of $15 billion. Meanwhile, total
liabilities are approaching $100 billion. Griffin, who worked for
the Postal Service in numerous roles, proposes common-sense
solutions to the Postal Service's most pressing problems. These
solutions and other fixes are popular among working-level
employees, but many managers, union officials, labor specialists,
contract compliance officials, advocates for grievances, and
arbitrators who make a living off interpreting complicated
contracts continue to oppose them for selfish reasons. Tens of
thousands of jobs are at stake, and a valuable service that the
public relies on could be eliminated forever unless stakeholders
overhaul the Postal Service.
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