Mail-in Ballots (2020 Election) (United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General)

Carlos Gamez filed this request with the United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General of the United States of America.
Tracking #

2020-FPRO-01721

2020-IGFP-00582

Multi Request Mail-in Ballots (2020 Election)
Due Sept. 23, 2021
Est. Completion March 31, 2022
Status
Awaiting Response

Communications

From: Carlos Gamez


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

1. All memos and correspondence, electronic or physical, that was written by or sent to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy from 3/2/2020 to the present date that contains the following words or phrases:
“mail-in ballots”, “2020 election”, “ballot(s)”, “election fraud”, and “ballot fraud”
2. All memos and correspondence, electronic or physical, to and from the Postmaster General Louis DeJoy from 3/2/2020 to the present that has a subject matter relating to “operational changes”
3. All memos and correspondence written to or from the office of the Inspector General from 5/1/2020 to the present that contains the following words and/or phrases:
“2020 election”, “Louis DeJoy”, “organizational changes”, and “2020 election”
4. All email correspondence between high-ranking officials at USPS from 7/1/2020 to the present that contains the following words and/or phrases:
“Louis DeJoy”, “changes”, “ethics”, “complaints”, “2020 election”, “mail-in ballots”, and “organizational changes”
5. All data sheets from 5/1/2020 that describe organizational changes in the operation of the United States Postal Service
6. All communications between the Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and White House staff from 7/1/2020 to the present
7. All communications between the Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and President Donald Trump from 7/1/2020
Fee Waiver:
I hereby request that all fees be waived as this is a matter of public interest.
1. The records that are being requested concerns “the operation or activities of the government”. This is since the Postmaster General acts as the decision making body that is in charge of determining whether changes are to be made inside the United States Postal Service. Also, the OIG acts as a watchdog over USPS and thus is in and of itself participating in “the operation or activities of the government”.
2. The documents requested will contribute to the understanding of the stated “operation or activities of the government”. The documents requested will allow for insight into the decision for the USPS to be processing mail more slowly and alerting that mail-in ballots might not get to voters on time. There have been calls made by members of Congress to investigate said activities as well. This significance of said records have been demonstrated through various news outlets as well as a letter by a senator.
https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/16/politics/democrats-usps-postal-service-investigation/index.html
https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/14/politics/postal-service-inspector-general-reviewing-dejoy/index.html
https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/07/politics/postal-service-inspector-general-letter-usps-practices/index.html
3. The records requested directly impacts millions of Americans that will be voting by mail in the upcoming election. This is since these records will provide insight into how mail-in voting will operate through the United States Postal Service. Due to the ongoing pandemic, many Americans will decide to vote by mail instead of voting in person. In a survey conducted in May 2020, 64% of Americans were in favor of voting by mail (https://news.gallup.com/poll/310586/americans-favor-voting-mail-option-november.aspx). These records will allow the public to determine whether or not it will be the best option to vote by mail. This is since these records can show or not show whether or not the systematic changes in the United States Postal Service will have a direct impact on whether a voter decides to vote by mail or not. This will also allow for due diligence to be made by states in order to make sure that every vote is counted in the appropriate manner. The documents will be available publicly and will be disseminated across news outlets in order to inform the public.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/31/us/politics/trump-mail-voting-fraud.html
4. The documents requested will allow for a clear understanding of “the operations and activities of government”. Presently, the public doesn’t have information to evaluate as to whether the changes made in USPS will impact how mail-in voting will occur in the upcoming election. This is since there is no information that is readily available as it is breaking news and has recently been covered by news outlets. Currently, the Speaker of the House is requesting a hearing where the present Postmaster General is requested to appear and testify (https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/16/politics/democrats-usps-postal-service-investigation/index.html). These documents will be able to direct the course of the congressional hearing as it will give insight into the changes in operation at the United States Postal Service.
Expedited Processing
1. I hereby request expedited processing for this request as well. I am not a member of the news media however I am submitting this request through a platform (Muckrock.com), whose primary purpose is to disseminate information. As such, the mode of disseminating information is valid as meeting the first prong for being “primarily engaged in disseminating information”.
2. There is an urgency to inform the public regarding the requested documents. The current subject matter is ongoing as shown through various news outlets covering the story. This is an urgent matter to all Americans as it directly relates to the processing of mail-in ballots in the upcoming election.
List:
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democrats-demand-postmaster-general-usps-chairman-testify-urgently-on-sabotage-of-postal-service.amp
https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/06/politics/trump-administration-postal-service-elections/index.html
https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/taylor-swift-slams-trumps-calculated-dismantling-usps-rcna83
https://www.npr.org/2020/08/15/902811968/trump-offers-conflicting-statements-on-mail-in-voting-usps-funding
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/08/13/us-postal-service-whats-going-post-office-what-we-know/3360565001/
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/14/us/politics/usps-vote-mail.html
2. This is currently a breaking news story whose value would be diminished without these records. Also, there is currently a pending request to have the Postmaster General appear in Congress in order to testify. The previous news releases demonstrates the urgency in obtaining these records.
3. The requested records clearly concerns federal government activity. This is since the records will explain the process taken that has caused USPS to have organizational changes. Also, it will determine whether there was any wrongdoing based on possible records that will show communications with specific words that will be instrumental in evaluating the decisions made by the Postmaster General.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Carlos Gamez

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez:

This acknowledges receipt of your August 17 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for records related to:

1. Memos and correspondence, electronic or physical, written by or sent to Postmaster General (PMG) Louis DeJoy from 3/2/2020 to present containing the words or phrases "mail in ballots", "2020 election", "ballot(s)", "election fraud", "ballot fraud".
2. Memos and correspondence, electronic or physical, written by or sent to PMG Louis DeJoy from 3/2/2020 to present having a subject matter relating to "operational changes".
3. Memos or correspondence written to or from the OIG from 5/1/2020 to present containing "2020 election", "Louis DeJoy", "organizational changes", and "2020 election".
4. Email correspondence between high-ranking officials at the U.S. Postal Service from 7/1/2020 to present containing the words or phrases "Louis DeJoy", "changes", "ethics", "complaints", "2020 election", "mail in ballots", and "organizational changes".
5. All data sheets from 5/1/2020 describing organizational changes in the operation of the Postal Service.
6. All communications between PMG Louis DeJoy and White House staff from 7/1/2020 to present.
7. All communications between PMG Louis DeJoy and President Donald Trump from 7/1/2020 to present.

The U.S. Postal Service comprises the Postal Service, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS); the Postal Rate Commission (PRC); and the OIG; each with its own area of responsibility and individual FOIA office. This acknowledgement is on behalf of the OIG only.

The Postal Service Records Office establishes procedures to ensure Postal Service records management practices comply with both the FOIA and Privacy Act. The Records Office, along with the St Louis Requester Service Center, is the designated custodian for non-law enforcement Postal Service records; including but not limited to contracting and personnel records. Additional information regarding the Postal Service FOIA program can be found at https://about.usps.com/who-we-are/foia/welcome.htm.

The USPIS is the designated custodian for postal records relating to Postal Service law enforcement issues. The USPIS is a federal law enforcement entity charged with enforcing the Federal statutes involving mail fraud, illegal drugs, external mail theft, and other postal crimes, including revenue deficiencies, and are responsible for safety and security of all postal employees and facilities. Information on the USPIS is available on the Internet at: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov.

The OIG is an independent agency, created in 1997, with oversight authority over audits and investigations of Postal and Inspection Service fraud, abuse, and misconduct. The OIG's mission is to prevent, detect, and report fraud, theft, and misconduct, and promote efficiency in the operation of the Postal Service.

While the OIG has "oversight authority" for activities of the above referenced entities, the OIG is a separate agency and does not have management authority over the daily operations of either the Postal Service or USPIS. In addition, the OIG FOIA office does not have access to records maintained by the Postal Service or UPSIS and cannot direct either FOIA office to release records under their control.

Because records related to items 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7 would be potentially maintained by the Postal Service, we have referred your request to their FOIA office for processing and direct response to you. If you have questions regarding this referral, please contact them online at https://pfoiapal.usps.com/, via email at foia12@usps.gov<mailto:foia12@usps.gov>, via phone at (202) 268-2608, via fax at (202) 268-5353, or in writing at:

Postal Service Records Office

475 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Room 1P830

Washington, DC 20260-4541

Regarding item #3, in order for us to process this portion of your request, under C.F.R. Title 39 § 265.3(c) requires requests for email records should specify the likely senders and recipients, keywords, and a range of dates. If seeking information about a company, requesters should provide the exact name and address of the company (many companies use similar names). Therefore, we will need you to please provide a listing of the names of any OIG employees you wish us to search against. Limiting the number of names you provide will substantially increase the time it takes to locate and process any responsive records.

Once we receive the listing of OIG employee names, in order to conduct an adequate search for these records, we would need to do a data transfer of the entire mailbox of each individual you choose to name (to include inbox, sent items, and deleted items) and place these data files in a secure location. At this point, FOIA staff will be able to conduct key word search of ""2020 election", "Louis DeJoy", "organizational changes", and "2020 election", and/or any other search term you may suggest. We would then need to review each data file for responsiveness before conducting a line-by-line examination to determine what information may be released in accordance with FOIA regulations. We understand this portion of your request to be for memos or correspondence related to "organizational changes" recently in the news at the Postal Service, not the OIG. Be advised e-mails are not considered an established system of records under the Privacy Act and would be considered for release only under the FOIA.

If we do not receive a listing of named OIG employee profiles by COB September 15, we will presume you are no longer interested in pursuing this request and will close your file, but you may file again later. You may return the completed form via e-mail at foia@uspsoig.gov<mailto:foia@uspsoig.gov> or U.S. Mail at 1735 N. Lynn Street, Arlington, VA 22209.

Sincerely,

USPS OIG FOIA Team

From: Carlos Gamez

Good evening,

For item 3, I would like to limit the records to the inspector general and all secretaries and/or undersecretaries of the inspector general. I would like to clarify the dates of search to be from 6/1/2020 to the present.

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez:

We received your fax clarifying item #3 of your request to be for memos or correspondence written to or from the Inspector General and/or the Deputy Inspector General. In addition, you refined the dates to be between June 1, 2020 to present.

We will now begin searching for records responsive to your request. At this time, as we are unable to estimate to estimate the volume of responsive records we must inform you additional time may be required to review and process them for release. If so, we will be unable to comply with the statutory time requirement for processing this request. We regret the necessity of this delay, but we assure you your request will be processed as soon as possible.

As our FOIA program continues to evolve, we are encouraging requesters to communicate with us, via email at foia@uspsoig.gov<mailto:foia@uspsoig.gov>, rather than fax. Additionally, this speeds up our ability to conduct a search for responsive documents and issue our final determination. Therefore, we request you please update our contact information in your system.

Sincerely,

USPS OIG FOIA Team

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Good Morning Mr. Gamez,
Please see the attached copy of the acknowledgement letter for FOIA Request No. 2020-FPRO-01721.
Should you have any questions, please contact the FOIA Hotline at 202-268-2608 or by email at foia12@usps.gov Thank you, Privacy and Records Management Team Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Good afternoon Mr. Gamez:

Please see the attached letter seeking clarification related to your FOIA request Case No. 2020-FPRO-01721.

Thank you

Emily M. Saunders
Office of the Postmaster General
United States Postal Service
(202) 268-2550

From: Carlos Gamez

Good afternoon,

This is in response to the letter I received for request 2020-FPRO-01721. I would like to modify item 4 to include only the following individuals instead of high-ranking officials:
1. Kristin Seaver
2. David Williams
3. Deputy Postmaster General & Government Relations Officer
4. Thomas Marshall
5. Gary Barksdale
I disagree that a more definitive description of the records I seek is necessary.

Sincerely,

Carlos Gamez

From: Carlos Gamez

Good afternoon,

I also have a follow up question regarding 2020-FPRO-01721. Is there an update to my request for a fee waiver and expedited processing?

From: Carlos Gamez

Hello,

I am currently looking for an update regarding 2020-IGFP-00582. I am looking to see if a determination has been made regarding the fee waiver and expedited processing that I delineated in my request. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Carlos Gamez

From: United States Postal Service

Dear Carlos Gamez,

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Password: 44WOvi^!
Regards,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service

Dear Carlos Gamez, A temporary password has been issued and sent to the email address provided. Please check your email for this temporary password and return to https://pfoiapal.usps.com to login.
Regards,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Once you login, please change your password to protect your account details.

Password: 44WOvi^!
Regards,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

From: Carlos Gamez

Good evening,

On the 21st of September I received a letter extending the response period to twenty days. I'm looking to determine the status of the request with the following tracking number: 2020-FPRO-01721. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Carlos Gamez

From: United States Postal Service

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Your request has been received by the United States Postal Service. The request has been assigned tracking # '2021-IGCS-00002', please log into your account and review your submission.

The application address is https://pfoiapal.usps.com.

Thank you,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your OIG Consultation request #'2021-IGCS-00002' has been updated to the following status 'Received'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your OIG Consultation request #2021-IGCS-00002 has been updated to the following status 'Closed'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

For requests with the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), please email the following. FOIA@uspsoig.gov<mailto:FOIA@uspsoig.gov>

Privacy and Records Management Office

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your Records Office - Consult request #'2021-CSRO-00007' has been updated to the following status 'Received'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Your request has been received by the United States Postal Service. The request has been assigned tracking # '2021-CSRO-00007', please log into your account and review your submission.

The application address is https://pfoiapal.usps.com.

Thank you,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your Records Office - Consult request #2021-CSRO-00007 has been updated to the following status 'Closed'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Once you login, please change your password to protect your account details.

Password: 16QUls#@
Regards,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Your request has been received by the United States Postal Service. The request has been assigned tracking # '2021-FPIS-00012', please log into your account and review your submission.

The application address is https://pfoiapal.usps.com.

Thank you,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

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FOIA (Work) shared with you the folder 2020-IGFP-00582 Gamez, Carlos Final Determination.





FOIA (Work) wrote:

Dear Mr. Gamez:

Attached please find our final response to your FOIA request. Due to the size of the file we are sharing access via Microsoft Windows Secure Share, a cloud-based file sharing platform.

You will be instructed to create a user profile and password. We recommend you save this information in a secure location for future use. If you should forget your password, please go to https://login.ncryptedcloud.com/account/password/reset/ to reset it.

You will have access to download the documents to your local drive for the next 30 days. We are unable to grant extensions beyond this timeframe.

Sincerely,

USPS OIG FOIA Team









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Thank you,

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your OIG FOIA-PA request #2020-IGFP-00582 has been updated to the following status 'Closed'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your OIG Consultation request #'2021-IGCS-00011' has been updated to the following status 'Received'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez,

Your request has been received by the United States Postal Service. The request has been assigned tracking # '2021-IGCS-00011', please log into your account and review your submission.

The application address is https://pfoiapal.usps.com.

Thank you,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your OIG Consultation request #2021-IGCS-00011 has been updated to the following status 'Closed'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Good Afternoon,

This request was provided two FOIA numbers. Item 3 of the request was referred to Office of Inspector General (OIG) and was assigned FOIA number 2020-IGFP-00582. The OIG office responded to you regarding item 3 on January 28, 2021. The other items were provided FOIA number 2020-FPRO-01721 which the Postmaster General office is still working on and will provide you a final response as soon as they can.

Thank you,

Nancy Chavannes-Battle
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer
United States Postal Service
Privacy and Records Management Office
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW Room 1P830
Washington, DC 20260

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Mr. Gamez,
Please see the attached copy of the final response letter for FOIA Request No. 2021-FPIS-00012.

Should you have any questions, please contact the FOIA Hotline at 202-268-7004 or by email at . (mailto:foia@uspis.gov) foia@uspis.gov Thank you.
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Unit

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Carlos Gamez, The status of your Insp Service - FOIA/PA request #2021-FPIS-00012 has been updated to the following status 'Closed'. To log into the FOIA-Public Access Link click on the Application URL below. https://pfoiapal.usps.com
Sincerely,
United States Postal Service

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez:

Due to the size of the file, the USPS OIG FOIA Team provided you our final response via a Windows Secure Share link on January 29, 2021, and which you successfully accessed on February 2, 2021. Please contact the OIG FOIA team directly at foia@uspsoig.gov<mailto:foia@uspsoig.gov> if you have any further questions.

Sincerely,
USPS OIG FOIA Team

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez:

We are attaching another copy of our final response letter as a courtesy. If you are referring to the items in your request this office referred to the Postal Service Records Office on August 17, 2020, the Postal Service would have issued their own separate tracking number and OIG tracking number 2020-IGFP-00582 would no longer apply.

We hope this information, along with our response below, assists you.

Sincerely,

USPS OIG FOIA Team

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

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From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez,

A status update was sent to you via email on February 16, 2022 regarding FOIA number 2020-FPRO-01721. As stated in the email sent, we are hoping to get a respond back to you by March 31, 2022.

Thank you,

Nancy Chavannes-Battle
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer
United States Postal Service
Privacy and Records Management Office
475 L'Enfant Plaza SW Room 1P830
Washington, DC 20260

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez,

This is in response to your update to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request 2020-FPRO-01721 that was originally submitted on August 1, 2020. I apologize for the delay response but after reaching out to the office reviewing the records, I was inform that it would be at least another 2 months before the final response is completed and sent out. You should receive a final response to this request by June 26, 2022. Again, please accept our apologies for the delay response and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,

Nancy Chavannes-Battle

Nancy Chavannes-Battle
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer
United States Postal Service
Privacy and Records Management Office
475 L'Enfant Plaza SW Room 1P830
Washington, DC 20260

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez,

This is in response to your status update for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request 2020-FPRO-01721 that was originally submitted on August 1, 2020. As I stated in my previous email, you should receive a final response to this request by June 26, 2022.

Again, please accept our apologies for the delay response.

Thank you,

Nancy Chavannes-Battle
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer
United States Postal Service
Privacy and Records Management Office
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW Room 1P830
Washington, DC 20260

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gamez,

This is in response to your email below regarding update status on FOIA 2020-FPRO-01721.

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

Dear Mr. Gomez,

This is in response to your status update for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request 2020-FPRO-01721 that was originally submitted on August 1, 2020. On August 11, 2022, I emailed you a follow up on extending the due date to September 30, 2022 for this request.

Again, I apologize for the delay.

Thank you,

Nancy Chavannes-Battle
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer
United States Postal Service
Privacy and Records Management Office
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW Room 1P830
Washington, DC 20260

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

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September 27, 2022

Via Email: requests@muckrock.com

Carlos Gamez
MuckRock News
411A Highland Avenue
Dept MR 101032
Somerville, MA 02144

RE: FOIA Case No. 2020-FPRO-01721

Dear Mr. Gamez:

This is an update responds to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, dated August 17, 2020, in which you seek access to Postal Service records.

Under the FOIA, agencies are mandated to produce records responsive to a request in accordance with statutory time frames, subject to certain exemptions. The FOIA allows agencies twenty (20) working days (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and federal holidays) to process requests. In unusual circumstances, agencies may qualify for further extensions, and may request a modified FOIA request and/or time frame for response. See 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(6)(B).

“Unusual circumstances” apply to the processing of a request if one or more of the following apply:

1. there is need for consultation, which shall be conducted with all practicable speed, with another department or agency having a substantial interest in the determination of the request or among two or more components of the agency having substantial subject-matter interest therein. 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(6)(B)(iii).

This letter serves as timely notice that unusual circumstances apply to your request as a result of item outlined above. As such, we are extending the response period until December 2, 2022, instead of September 30, 2022, as stated in my previous correspondence. You will be contacted on or immediately after that date.

Again, please accept my apologies for the delay response.

Sincerely,

Nancy P. Chavannes
Nancy P. Chavannes
Deputy Chief FOIA Officer

From: United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General

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