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How has the Internet affected and will continue to affect the United States Post Office operations?

The reason I chose this topic is because over the years we have seen a drastic shift our delivery methods and our delivery service. In recent years since the internet has become more of a vital player in our everyday lifestyle we have noticed a drastic shift in the delivery method with our mail system. Traditionally the US Post Office has served as our main anchor with our mail delivery services; however the internet provides an assortment of delivery methods. Question 1: Knowing the assortment of delivery methods the internet provide, what changes will the Post Office implement that allows the customers more flexibility and timeliness? Question 2: How will the Post office go about implementing these changes and what timeline do they expect to see results? I would use an academic essay version with a graph showing the financial comparison between the two.

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