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We projected that nationally from March 1, 2016, through February 28, 2017, mail processing facilities underreported late arriving mail by about 2 billion mailpieces.
Further, the eight P&DCs did not report all mail processed after the established cut-off time for completing mail processing in their MCRS reports.
MCRS information is available to management officials at all levels for analysis, forecasting, and planning.
We judgmentally selected eight Processing and Distribution Centers (P&DC) for review based on changes in their delayed mail reported from fiscal year (FY) 2014 to FY 2016.
Additionally, the eight P&DCs did not include all late arriving mail in their MCRS reports.
According to the Postal Service’s Mail History Tracking System (MHTS), the eight P&DCs had about 1.8 million late arriving mailpieces during the week of our observations; however, the facilities only included 121,000 of them (or less than 7 percent) in their MCRS reports.
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I ran out of my last pill on Saturday, and I missed FOUR days of my medication. I attempted to get at least a month's worth of medication but the insurance wouldn't cover it at the pharmacy since the medication was on it's way and couldn't afford to pay $$$. I feel like I can't trust USPS to ship my medication on time anymore. We are an independent agency of the Postal Service and unfortunately can't help with delayed mail or packages.
Mail processing personnel are to complete daily mail counts by 7 a.m.