In its Government Reform Plan, the Administration made the case for privatizing the Postal Service, and preparing for an eventual change through recommendations coming in August from the President's Task Force on the Postal System. The business community – mailers and suppliers in the paper, printing and technology industries collectively generating $1.4 trillion in sales annually and supporting 7.5 million jobs – strongly believes privatization is not the answer for a postal system in financial distress. "Our troubled postal system can be fixed in a two-step process that does not resort to a draconian solution unproven at the gigantic scale of the U.S. Postal Service," said Art Sackler, Manager of the Coalition for a 21st Century Postal System (C21), which broadly represents the industry. Those two steps would be removing $tens of billions in liabilities to prefund retiree health care imposed on the Postal Service in the short-term, and considering whether and what business model or other changes would have to be made to sustain USPS in the long-term. "The mere prospect of privatization will sow confusion, uncertainty and concern about maintaining mail and package delivery around the country, and stimulating still more volume and revenue loss when the major problem has been a drop off in mail," Sackler added. Click Read More below for additional information.
The dawning of a new year is the perfect time implement new ideas to ensure that the next 12 months are even more successful – and at Ink we are starting on a high.
January 2019 marks the launch of the reimagined b.inspired magazine for Brussels Airlines, with editor Vicky Lane, award-winning art director Mat Wiggins and senior designer Mary Watson bringing this contemporary travel publication to life. Take a look at how the magazine has changed.
The relaunched magazine firmly sticks to its promise to inspire with original stories from across the airline’s far-reaching network. There is on-the-pulse travel trends, insider information on local culture, people, cuisine and events, plus motivational business articles.
Whether you’re dipping into our radar and insights sections or our features, travel our world feeling truly inspired.