Congress has been making a mess of this agency. We the people are the ones who will suffer. Perhaps the USPS should provide services like emails that are certified and/or registered for a fee for official correspondence and make it a requirement that lawmakers use this service if they wish to correspond with their to their constituents electronically. I might say that local county, city, and township government agencies be exempt from fees or pay reduced fees. That might usher in the end of the Fax Machine for legal correspondence, but I guess you can't have everything. Of course, that would spawn the need for a digital fingerprints or signatures to provide authenticity for an email, but would that be such a bad thing? Digital fingerprints have been around for a long time, but it doesn't seem to be used that much.