USPS OIG Report: Delivery Delays – Atlanta District

Objective Strong consumer demand for goods purchased over the Internet has driven growth in the package market despite otherwise declining mail volume. This growing package segment provides the U.S. Postal Service an opportunity to expand services and increase revenue. With this growth, city carriers and non-career city carrier assistants (CCAs) are now delivering more packages…

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USPS OIG: How Clean, Safe, and Secure are Postal Service Processing Plants?

The Postal Service has over 300 processing plants where more than 150 billion pieces of mail are sorted each year. The OIG has recently conducted a series of audits on facility conditions at retail facilities and is now looking at processing facilities nationwide. The safety, security and cleanliness of these facilities is essential to the…

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Updated RI-399 Training

Updated RI-399 training will take place immediately following the APWU National Convention in Pittsburgh on Thursday, August 23, 2018 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm for APWU local officers responsible for implementation of the new MOU on RI-399 at the local level. “It is crucial that you attend this training.” RI-399 national officers and national business…

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USPS OIG Report: City Carriers Returning After 6 P.M. – South Florida District

Objective Strong consumer demand for goods purchased over the internet has driven growth in the package market despite otherwise declining mail volume. This growing package segment provides the U.S. Postal Service an opportunity to expand services and increase revenue. With this growth, city carriers and non-career city carrier assistants (CCA) are now delivering more packages…

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USPS Agrees to Provide NPMHU With All F-1 Scheduler Information

July 5, 2018 The National Labor Relations issued a Complaint and Notice of Hearing against the U.S. Postal Service, based on an unfair labor practice filed by the NPMHU alleging that the Postal Service had illegally refused to respond to a series of information requests about the F-1 Scheduler that were filed by the NPMHU…

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Amazon starts move away from U.S. Postal Service

By Bill McAllister – July 6, 2018 Amazon, the giant Seattle-based retailer, appears to be moving many of its packages away from the United States Postal Service. The company, whose postal rates have been attacked repeatedly by President Donald Trump, announced June 28 that it will help individuals to establish delivery companies that will deliver…

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