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Figure 1: Sole or Primary Reason Cited by USPS for Pursuing 55
Figure 2: Reasons Cited by USPS for Not Pursuing the 25 Initiatives
PAEA Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act
PRC Postal Regulatory Commission
USPS U.S. Postal Service
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