USPS OIG Report: National Operational Assessment – Customer Service and Delivery Operations

Objective Our objective was to assess the Postal Service’s Customer Service and Delivery Operations to identify opportunities for savings and streamlining operations. Reliable, affordable, universal mail delivery is the Postal Service’s mission. In fiscal year (FY) 2018, the Postal Service delivered more than 140 billion letters and flats and 6.4 billion packages to over 158…

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APWU: Three New Signoffs in the Clerk Craft

Web News Article #: 157-2016 07/29/2016 – APWU Clerk Craft officers and the Postal Service signed three documents on July 29: They agreed to a new set of Questions & Answers on the POStPlan, Filling Residual Vacancies, and Travel; signed a Step 4 Settlement on Postal Support Employees (PSEs) staffing Level 4 RMPOs (Remotely Managed…

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APWU: Residual Vacancies, PSE Conversions in MVS

Web News Article #: 016-2015 01/27/2015 – According to USPS statistics, approximately 320 Motor Vehicle Craft employees have been converted to career status as a result of residual vacancies since a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Filling Residual Vacancies was signed in March 2014 and a set of Questions and Answers on the issue was…

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MVS Craft Questions & Answers on Filling Residual Vacancies

Web News Article #: 099-14 May 20, 2014 – The APWU and USPS have agreed to a set of Questions & Answers [PDF] regarding the May 15 Step 4 settlement and March 20 agreement on the conversion of Motor Vehicle Craft Postal Support Employees (PSEs) into residual vacancies. via MVS Craft Questions & Answers on…

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Settlement Reached on Conversions in MVS

Web News Article #: 096-14 May 15, 2014 – The APWU and USPS have reached a Step 4 settlement [PDF] that resolves a discrepancy between the Collective Bargaining Agreement and Joint Contract Interpretation Manual (JCIM) [PDF] regarding the conversion of MVS Craft Postal Support Employees (PSEs) into residual vacancies, Motor Vehicle Craft Director Michael O….

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