The troubled Flats Sequencing System is saving hundreds of millions of dollars annually, according to a U.S. Postal Service claim.
Based on information USPS filed recently in a lawsuit, the agency’s $1.3 billion FSS investment will pay for itself after barely three full years of operation.
“The Postal Service saves approximately $325,408 for each month of operation of each FSS machine,” USPS said in response to a lawsuit filed against it by the key FSS vendor, Northrop Grumman.
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