USPS Seeks Private Companies For New Priority Mail Care Package Program

August 3, 2007 by
Filed under: fedbizopp, postal, usps 

 According to a notice posted on Federal Business Opportunies website:

The United States Postal Service is seeking information on beginning a Priority Mail Service Care Package program that would allow customers to send selected items to military personnel, college students, campers, the elderly, and others.  

These Care Packages will be supplied, packed, and shipped by interested companies, and target marketed to military personnel, students, campers, and their families via the U.S. Postal Service  web site (www.usps.com).     

The Priority Mail Service Care Package program is a way in which customers, through specific custom linkage to USPS.com, may find links to businesses that will fulfill and ship an assortment of items to whomever the customer chooses.  The customer would have an al a carte selection of items to choose from, and need only give the recipient address information and payment for all services in return for having these items shipped to a location they specify.  These packages would then be sent only through the US Postal Service.

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  1. anon on Mon, 6th Aug 2007 5:47 am
  2. Wow, whose family member thought this scheme up?

  3. anon2 on Mon, 6th Aug 2007 9:55 am
  4. This sounds Awesome! The Post Office is showing they care about families of military.

  5. mailgurl on Fri, 10th Aug 2007 4:44 am
  6. Cracks me up! Sounds like USPS is wanting to become EBay!