The Postal Service has notified unions and management associations of several updates in its transformation of the processing and delivering networks. Employees at five more P&DCs have been notified that their facility is under review for consolidation, and a recent presentation to the unions and management associations has revealed the locations of 17 more Sorting & Delivery Centers (S&DCs) in five regions, where 500 post offices could lose their carriers. The Postal Service is beginning the public phase of the Mail Processing Facility Reviews (MPFR, formerly Area Mail Processing, or AMP studies) for five more P&DCs. Surveys are being conducted, and a public meeting will soon be announced.
–PostCom Bulletin / Save the Post Office