Customer and employee rights when USPS solicits changes to mode of mail delivery

NALC is aware of an effort by the Postal Service in different parts of the country to convince customers to agree to change their mode of mail delivery to cluster box or centralized delivery. This page contains the latest information detailing the rights of both postal customers and letter carriers, and we have created a…

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Privatization: A real threat to the USPS employee

The United States Postal Service first began moving the mail on July 26, 1775. The Service was created a year before the Thirteen Colonies proclaimed their independence in 1776 as the United States of America. The employees of the US Postal Service have been sorting and delivering the mail to the citizens of the United…

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Senators Peters, Moran Reintroduce Bipartisan Resolution Opposing Privatization of the USPS

Press Release – March 7, 2019 Peters, Moran Reintroduce Bipartisan Resolution Opposing Privatization of the United States Postal Service WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI), Ranking Member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and Jerry Moran (R-KS) today led 23 of their Senate colleagues to reintroduce a bipartisan resolution opposing privatization…

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USPS OIG: Excess Space Available

The U.S. Postal Service owns roughly 8,400 properties and leases more than 23,000 others with annual rents totaling more than $800 million. Yet, the Postal Service has “excess space” — property or space not used or needed. Under the Federal Property Management Reform Act (FPMRA) of 2016, the Postal Service is required to identify and…

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Communities and Postal Workers United Newsletter – Winter 2019

Source: Communities and Postal Workers United

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USPS OIG Report: Congressional Mandate on Excess Space

Objective In December 2016, the U.S. Congress enacted the Federal Property Management Reform Act (FPMRA) of 2016 to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the federal government in managing its properties. The law requires that: The U.S. Postal Service identify properties with space available for use by federal agencies and submit a list of those…

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New Ad Against The Sale of the Public Postal Service

11/15/2018 – Watch the new advertisement below produced by the American Postal Workers Union and the National Association of Letter Carriers against the White House’s proposal to sell the postal service to private corporations. See:

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