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The Postal Regulatory Commission is an independent establishment of the executive branch created by the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act (PAEA) to provide strengthened oversight of the United States Postal Service. The five-member bipartisan Commission promotes high quality universal mail service for the American people by ensuring Postal Service transparency, accountability, and compliance with the law. The Commission is the primary regulator of the Postal Service and works to provide appropriate insight into postal rates, finances, and service to stakeholders and the public.
The Commission annually ranks as one of the best places to work in the federal government, scoring high in employee engagement and environment. The Commission also is on the forefront of offering flexible working arrangements, and after an initial training and probationary period, it allows employees the opportunity to participate in telework combined with alternative work schedules. In the current pandemic situation, all employees are teleworking and supported by a variety of Commission technologies.