Dicken interview September 4, 2013
According to their latest financial report, the United State Postal Service trimmed losses to $740 million over the last three months. They consolidated facilities, cut hours, and reduced other costs. Still, the agency lost nearly $4 billion this year. It's a trend that will continue without help from Congress.
John Dicken, director of health care issues for the Government Accountability Office, discuss the agency's proposed health plan with Capital Insider.