USPS: News for service members

USPS has released the latest issue of Mail Call, a quarterly newsletter for employees who served in the military. The issue features stories about veterans and career and retirement information, along with a list of veterans’ coordinators for each Postal Service district. Source: USPS News Link  

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USPS invites employees to audition for this year’s holiday TV ad campaign

Casting call. The Postal Service is inviting employees to audition for this year’s holiday TV advertising campaign. The audition is open to all employees. No prior acting experience is required. To audition, follow these steps: • Create an audition video. In the video, state your name, location, position and how long you’ve worked for USPS….

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USPS: Learn about Open Season

What Is Open Season? It’s the annual period when you can enroll, or if already enrolled, make changes to your benefits enrollment. Unless you have a Qualifying Life Event (QLE) during the remainder of the year, this is your once-a-year opportunity to make any changes to your benefits. Benefits Programs and Dates For most benefits…

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The U.S. Postal Service Will Address Hatch Act Issues

Opinion Letter – August 31, 2017 Regarding your editorial “How the Post Office Delivered for Hillary” (Aug. 26) highlighting Hatch Act violations by the U.S. Postal Service: This issue has been addressed by Congress and the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), and the Postal Service has fully committed to addressing the issue and to correcting…

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U.S. Rep. Flores: Postal Service should have been better prepared for disaster

By Aimee Breaux – September 1, 2017 Some mail service resumed in ZIP codes that begin with 778 Thursday, but U.S. Rep. Bill Flores of Bryan says that the inconvenience to businesses and residents should have been rerouted in the first place. Aside from calls from constituents looking for ways to help the Harvey-ravaged coast,…

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OIG Report: City Carriers Returning After 6 P.M. ― Bay Valley District

Background 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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