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USPS stores data the expensive way, IG finds

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Storing data the U.S. Postal Service way could cost an extra $2 million a year, according to the agency's inspector general. The Postal Service's "Enterprise Data Warehouse" stores data from about 100 of its different computer systems. The EDW is then able to provide reports to Postal Service employees, while also serving as its "primary financial reporting system." Processing the data is both...

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