The GCA Desk

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Honoring Mom — and the Mail: Capitol card send emphasized importance of the USPS

In early May, the Greeting Card Association (GCA) sponsored the second annual Keep US Posted Mother’s Day greeting card event on Capitol H... READ MORE »

The GCA Desk: The USPS is on the road to failure

Will Congress and the Postal Regulatory Commission take control before it’s too late? For the last three years, Postmaster General Loui... READ MORE »

GCA: Examining a new threat for greeting card publishers

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) may affect your business A new threat is emerging for greeting card publishers in the form of Extended Produ... READ MORE »

GCA: The USPS needs a new plan

Delivering for America fails to do as its name promises A famous general once said, "No plan survives contact with the enemy.” Unfortunately, Pos... READ MORE »

The USPS regulatory process is broken

Legislative loopholes leave stamp prices too high [caption id="attachment_26232" align="alignright" width="201"] Weiser[/caption] [caption id="a... READ MORE »

The Long and Winding Road

Narrow election margins offer both challenges and opportunities [caption id="attachment_26232" align="alignright" width="201"] Weiser[/caption] ... READ MORE »

Congress Must Ensure Postal Reform is Reflected in Postage Rates

Community members need to contact their own representatives [caption id="attachment_26232" align="alignright" width="201"] Weiser[/caption] [cap... READ MORE »

Affordable Postage Requires Better Decisions

Vital work still remains to fulfill the promise of postal reform. With Congress in the grip of gridlock on almost every major piece of legislation, b... READ MORE »

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From the GCA Desk: An Uncertain Future

This November, the USPS Board of Governors held an open meeting and announced financial and service performance numbers that seemingly show that the 1... READ MORE »

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Congress Returns for a Critical Fall Work Period

Real reform is possible, but challenges persist. Congress returns this month for the first of two critical work periods. Major issues including massi... READ MORE »

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