By 2020, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) expects to close about 4,600 of its more than 4,000 offices and shift nearly 1 million workers out of the business.
The Post Office, which has been in operation for nearly 100 years, is the largest U.N. agency in the world and serves more than 100 million customers.
It handles the nation’s mail, parcels and delivery, as well as collect, mail and deliver.
It is the main federal agency for international travel.
As the Postal Service closes, the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) will review its business operations, including the ability of USPS to continue providing mail service to the public.
The USPS has been operating under a $1.6 billion bankruptcy filing in April, but a new bankruptcy court ruling means it may reopen by the end of June.
“Post offices have a unique position in the country because they are the backbone of the economy,” USPS Chief Operating Officer Dan Shull said in a statement.
“The U.P.C.A. is a critical agency that can serve the public better.
The PRC has not ruled out the possibility of the closure of USPS, but it will provide its judgment on this matter at a later date.”
Postal Service officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The Postal Regulatory Agency (PRA) is the Federal Trade Commission.
It oversees the U, P, and PCC.
The U. P.C.-PCC are the United States Postal Service, which handles international postal delivery and international mail.
The postal service is expected to have about 7,600 employees by 2020.
In addition to postal service closures, the USPS is planning to close many offices of the U-PCC, including some in Kansas City and Nashville.
It will also be closing about 200 offices in Kentucky, where it operates mail-in recycling centers.
Postal workers are currently employed at those sites, but they are expected to be transferred to other USPS offices in the future.
A number of other offices are also closing, including New York City’s East Coast Post Office and the Philadelphia-based Los Angeles Post Office.
The closure of the East Coast office is due to a merger of two separate organizations, the East and West Coast Post Offices, which will have offices in both states.
The closures of the West Coast offices are due to the merger of several smaller entities, which the USPS has said will be transferred as the merger process proceeds.
The combined entities will be called the Post Office of the United Kingdom, which is based in the United Arab Emirates.
In a recent blog post, the agency said the closures are expected “within a few months” and will result in the loss of more than 2,000 jobs.
It said the USPS plans to work with other agencies and communities to support employees in the process of transition.
The company has been facing a steady stream of complaints over the past several years from customers, who have said they were denied delivery to their post office, the failure of some delivery workers to show up to work, and a lack of support from postal workers.
“We have had the best postal service in the U and it continues to be the only one that provides delivery in the event that we are unable to deliver your package or delivery is delayed due to weather,” Shull wrote in a post last month.
“That is why the Postal Services is committed to doing everything we can to ensure that the delivery process is the same every day and every week.”
The Postmaster General, Michael B. Gertner, who is responsible for overseeing the USPS, said in March that the agency will “make every effort to address and resolve the issues that have arisen in the Postal System in a timely manner and to ensure the Postal Employees are fully and fairly compensated for their work.”
In February, USPS announced a plan to reduce its workforce by 25 percent by 2020 and would lay off 5,000 employees.
The announcement came two weeks after the USPS reported that its fiscal year ended in March 2018.