In short, H.R.3076 makes reforms intended to increase the financial stability and reliability of the U.S. Postal Service. The bill requires the Office of Personnel Management to create the Postal Service Health Benefits Program for postal employees and retirees, and it repeals the requirement that USPS prefund future retiree health benefits. USPS would be required to deliver mail six days a week and to create an online dashboard with service performance data at the national and local levels. The bill would allow USPS to form strategic partnerships with state, local, and tribal governments to provide nonpostal, noncommercial services. [For more detailed information – click on the link.]