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Appendix V: Comments from the United
States Postal Service
GARY C. REBLIN
VrCE PRESIDENT, NEW PRODUCTS AND INNOVATION
January 7, 2013
Ms. Lorelei St. James
Director, Physical Infrastructure Issues
United States Government Accountability Office
Washington, DC 20548-0001
Dear Ms, St. James:
Thank you for the opportunity to provide comments to the Government Accountability
Office (GAO) report titled, Overview of Initiatives to Increase Revenue and Introduce
Nonpostal Services and Experimental Postal Products.
We concur with the overarching conclusion of the report that the United States Postal
Service's financial viability is dependent not only on cutting costs but also generating
additional revenue. As such, we reiterate that legislation enabling us to offer additional
services and products in three areas - nonpostal services, shipments of alcoholic
beverages, and cooperation with state and local governments - is a key component of
our ability to continue to generate new revenue and improve our financial condition.
Gary C. Reblin
475 L'ENFANT PLAA SW, Roou 5100
WSnHIOTON DC 20260-5100
GAO-13-216 U.S. Postal Service
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