(Reuters) The financially strapped United States Postal Service is paying a futurist more than half a million dollars to assess the future of stamps as the agency struggles to raise revenues.

The Postal Service will pay Faith Popcorn’s BrainReserve, which describes itself as a futurist marketing consultancy, $565,769 to provide “analysis and recommendation on the future of stamps,” according to documents acquired by Federal Times, which provides news for federal managers.

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