Postal Regulatory Commission Affirms its Commitment to Timely Review of NSAs and Importance of Innovation

The Postal Regulatory Commission issued a notice today to clarify the outcome of a recent Market Dominant Negotiated Service Agreement (NSA) approved by the Commission. The Commission reaffirmed its commitment to timely review and approval of Market Dominant NSA applications that comply with the law and recognized the importance of innovation.

In its request, the Postal Service stated that it intended to begin implementing the agreement “in January 2024 or shortly thereafter.” The Commission approved the Market Dominant NSA on November 22, 2023, consistent with the Postal Service’s request. On January 17, 2024, the Postal Service informed the Commission that the mailer had decided not to implement the NSA.

Although the Commission approved the NSA on a schedule consistent with the Postal Service’s request, its recent notice blamed a supposed Commission delay for the failure to implement the NSA. The Postal Service made this claim even though it never informed the Commission the NSA needed to be approved earlier to allow for implementation.
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