Is USPS Performing Preventive Maintenance on Roofs of all Their Owned Facilities?

Project Title: Postal Service Roofing Preventive Maintenance Program Start Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 Estimated Report Release Date: May 2018 The Postal Service is responsible for approximately 195 million square feet of roofing across 8,300 owned facilities. That’s $3 billion worth of roofing. The Postal Service launched the Roof Asset Management Program to reduce the…

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USPS Eastern Area Stand-Up Talk: Remembering our colleagues

This morning at 8:50am, the employees of the Philadelphia P&DC were gathered together for this stand-up talk and a moment of silence.

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Errors by supervisor leaves Houston-area USPS employees underpaid

By Joel Eisenbaum – December 27, 2017 HOUSTON – Some United States Postal Service employees in the Houston area, saddled with 14-hour days and seven-day workweeks over the last month because of the holidays, have been underpaid thousands of dollars, Channel 2 Investigates has learned. “Every week they say: ‘Next Friday, next Friday, next Friday,’,”…

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At the post office, no pictures of Presidents allowed

By Kimberley Haas – December 26, 2017 PORTSMOUTH — A spokesman for the United States Postal Service said Tuesday that photos of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were to be immediately removed from the lobby of the Portsmouth Post Office. In July, Republican activist Matt Mayberry complained that photos of Trump and…

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Union members protesting postal service cuts

By Jacklyn Chappell – December 23, 2017 DERBY, Kan. (KAKE) – Inside your local post office are packages and cards to loved ones, waiting to make it to their destinations before the holidays. But on the outside of the Derby USPS, members of the American Postal Workers Union were protesting for their services. “Our jobs…

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USPS OIG Report: Utilization of Automated Tools to Improve Compliance Activities

Objective U.S. Postal Service Capital Metro Area personnel complete area-level compliance activities via printed checklist. These activities are performed to ensure policies, procedures, and standards related to safety hazards are adhered to, equipment is managed, and other internal controls are in place. Our objective was to determine if using automated tools would improve the efficiency…

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