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USPS

(1) (Uninterruptible Switching Power Supply) A power supply for a computer that contains its own battery and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) circuitry. See power supply and UPS.

(2) (United States Post Office) In other words, "snail mail."
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FedEx, UPS and Amazon are picking up the pace of their infrastructure expansion, and they are going after the last-mile traffic they have traditionally outsourced to USPS. In June, FedEx said it would in-source its two million daily parcels it tenders to USPS by 2020; FedEx has already diverted 20 percent of the traffic that it formally outsourced.
We are writing to urge you to act swiftly to address recommendations issued in the United States Postal Service Office of Inspector Generals (USPS OIG) recent audit report which examined Facility Conditions, Delayed Mail, and Staffing Levels in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the lawmakers wrote.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday evening, Matt Garrison, R2 managing principal, said the firm has been prodding the USPS to make needed repairs for about five months.
Pursuant to section 7502(b), the IRC allows for regulations regarding postmarks made by commercial or private delivery services (referred to in the regulations as "postmarks not made by the USPS").
For years, we have seen grim predictions from USPS warning of its pending financial demise.
The USPS in first fiscal quarter of 2015 (October through December 2014), reported a $754 million net loss -- in one quarter.
The PRC in December 2013 granted a request by USPS for an average postage increase of 4.3 percent until it collected $3.2 billion to make up for losses suffered in 2008-09 during the Great Recession.
The second USPS contract, estimated at approximately USD3.5m, will see AT&T provide Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS) to USPS headquarters in Washington DC and two major USPS data centres, one in California and the other in Minnesota.
While that delay is welcome news for local employees and the town of Shrewsbury, it is also emblematic of the glacial pace at which reform of the USPS proceeds.
Also, the USPS appreciates its high levels of national on-time performance (e.g., 96 percent for first-class mail) and a 94 percent customer satisfaction score.
The report is front the USPs Medmarx program, a voluntary system for reporting and collating adverse drug events and medication errors in hospitals and health care systems
Postal Service (USPS) regulations that affect its members.