This book analyzes why the Postal Service needs to be privatized if mail delivery is to be an efficient component of rather than a corroded cog in the communications and information economy. The first section examines the state of the USPS, including its dangerous forays into cyberspace. The second section considers the changing structure of the mail market, including a look at labor problems, fatal flaws with the organization of the USPS, and the probable consequences of competition. The third section explores how to unwind government monopolies and reviews postal reforms in other countries. The fourth section offers actual reform and privatization proposals. Essays by Postmaster General William Henderson, Federal Express founder Frederick Smith, and Pitney Bowes CEO Michael Critelli contribute to making this volume an indispensable guide for charting the future of mail in the new millennium.See also ]eri Clausing, aPostal Service Proposes Using a#39;.usa#39; Domain for Individuals, a New York Times, August 5, 1998. For the ... Postal Service, aBill Payment Processing Center Operates under REMITO Contract, aquot; Delivering the Future, Vol.
|Title||:||Mail at the Millennium|
|Author||:||Edward L. Hudgins|
|Publisher||:||Cato Institute - 2001-09-25|