Personal use of an undeliverable coupon by a mail delivery contractor violated postal regulations but did not justify the default termination of her contract. The particular post office had allowed others in the office to use such undeliverable items, though that local practice violated postal regulations. Although the Postal Service Board of Contract of Contract Appeals (PSBCA) decided the case in the contractor’s favor, one judge dissented and believed the termination was justifiable. See Laura K. McNew, PSBCA No. 6286, April 23, 2012.
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