NALC President Rolando responds to commentary: Postal Service vital

NALC President Fredric Rolando had a commentary piece in Huntington, IN’s Herald-Press. It ran on April 29. The president was responding to an ideologically driven, hostile commentary the paper ran earlier. The Herald-Press is the only daily paper in Huntington County, and long was owned by James Quayle, father of the former vice president and…

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APWU Members Fired Up for National Day of Action, May 14

Web News Article #: 095-2015 05/06/2015 – APWU members across the country are fired up for the National Day of Action on May 14, just one week before the Collective Bargaining Agreement is set to expire. More than 100 scheduled events at postal facilities in 85 cities across 33 states and Puerto Rico, organized around…

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USPS OIG: Have You Ever Needed to Track Down a Lost Mailpiece?

Have you ever lost an item in the mail? The Mail Recovery Center (MRC), located in Atlanta, GA, is the last place undeliverable mail is sent prior to final disposition. The MRC will attempt to match the items with lost item claims customers file through their local post offices. If MRC staff is able to…

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USPS Leadership team update: Cochrane, Miskanic receive detail assignments

PMG Megan Brennan has appointed Jim Cochrane as Acting Chief Marketing and Sales Officer (CMSO) and Randy Miskanic as Acting Chief Information Officer (CIO). Cochrane, who currently serves as CIO, has more than 40 years of Postal Service experience, including 10 years in Marketing. As Acting CMSO, he’ll be responsible for all domestic and international…

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Video: PMG Brennan – May 1, 2015 USPS Business Focus

Published by USPSTV on May 6, 2015 The Postal Service continues making investments for the future, including plans for new delivery vehicles, PMG Megan Brennan says in her latest video message. Fifteen companies are competing to build the vehicles, which are slated to debut in 2017. “These vehicles will be designed with increased cargo space…

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Video: Investigating Pocatello, Idaho mail delivery delays

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player May 4, 2015 It’s been more than two weeks since the U.S. Postal Service stopped processing mail in Pocatello and began rerouting it to Salt Lake City. Local News 8 investigates whether mail is taking longer to arrive. Luke Jones reports. Source: Investigating mail delivery delays | Video – Home

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APWU endorses NALC’s 23rd annual “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive

Web News Article #: 093-2015 05/05/2015 – The American Postal Workers Union endorses the 23rd annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive, taking place Saturday, May 9. “I urge every APWU member to make a generous donation,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “Unions are based on a spirit of generosity –…

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