USPS: There are rules for giving, receiving gifts

November 30, 2022 The USPS Ethics Office wants to remind employees of the rules on the giving and receiving of holiday gifts, whether from colleagues or outside sources. Gifts between employees An employee may give their manager a noncash gift valued at $10 or less. Managers have no limits on what they can give their…

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USPS: Reminder about holiday gift giving, receiving

With the holiday season underway, the USPS Ethics Office wants to remind employees about the rules regarding gifts. Employees may not accept gifts from contractors, vendors, suppliers or customers. Employees also may not accept gifts given to them because of their Postal Service positions. Here are some guidelines about gifts from outside sources: ‚ÄĘ An…

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USPS: Gift-giving guidance offered for employees

Although federal ethics rules apply all year long, the Postal Service‚Äôs Ethics Office wants employees to remember that compliance is especially important during the holidays. The Ethics Office Blue page has a presentation to help employees become familiar with the rules, which are known as the standards of ethical conduct. The presentation includes the standards…

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Latest edition of Postal Bulletin showcases holiday gifts

The Postal Bulletin‚Äôs latest edition highlights stamps and other philatelic products that can be purchased as holiday gifts this year. The article highlights the 2016 Stamp Yearbook, the 43rd edition of the Postal Service Guide to U.S. Stamps and the World Stamp Show Portfolio. Other products include notecards based on the Nativity, Florentine Madonna and…

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