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USPS struggles to track rural employee's work time, IG finds

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Keeping track of time is an issue for the U.S. Postal Service — and it's costing the agency almost $19 million annually. The Postal Service's inspector general released a report Wednesday critical of how the employees of the agency's Rural Delivery Operations record the hours they work daily. The process the Postal Service uses to track the carriers' work hours is inefficient and redundant,...

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