Who invented the postal service?

Answer The first known postal service was discovered in a papyrus that read "Write to me by the letter-carrier," created about 2000 B.C. by the Egyptians. Another early postal service was established by C... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Who invented the postal service

Why is the Postal Service not under tight control like the military branches and Is not the US Postal service a government Agency?

the answer is 5 hours because when we add the two secretaries the first one will be done typing in 6 hours and the other is 4 hours so if we add the two of them so 6 hours plus 4 hours is equals t... Read More »

How to Become a Contract Delivery Service for the United States Postal Service?

Particularly in rural areas, the United States Postal Service (USPS) will hire contract delivery services. By becoming a contract delivery service for the USPS, you sign on as an independent contra... Read More »

What is the Postal Service& Amtrak an example of?

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and Amtrak are examples of the dozen corporations chartered and owned by the U.S. federal government. Sometimes called public benefit corporations, they operate as co... Read More »

Anyone who works for the postal service?

its funny babe how you got two interesting stars but noone has answered the ? i love you and i wish i had the answer for you but i dont! lol i know, tired of using caps so you get all lowercas... Read More »