PMG DeJoy confirms additional resources to ensure successful delivery of Election Mail

October 1, 2020 WASHINGTON, DC — As part of the ongoing preparations by the United States Postal Service for the November election, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy requested the issuance of an internal directive to authorize and instruct the use of additional resources to satisfy any unforeseen demand and ensure that all Election Mail is prioritized…

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USPS: Video explains how to reduce COVID-19 risk

A new Postal Service video shows how employees can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The two-minute video, “Guidelines to Reduce COVID-19 Risk in Administrative Offices,” is geared especially toward employees who work in area and district offices, as well as USPS headquarters in Washington, DC. The video advises employees to wear face coverings,…

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USPS taking steps toward greater efficiency

Under the leadership of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, the Postal Service is developing a business plan to ensure that the organization will be financially stable and able to continue to provide reliable, affordable, safe and secure delivery of mail and packages to all customers. This plan, which will be presented to the USPS Board of…

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USPS: Gicker to lead Stamp Services

The Postal Service has named Bill Gicker Jr. director of Stamp Services, a department that produces more than 14 billion stamps and generates an estimated $4.5 billion in revenue each year. Gicker, who has served in the position on an acting basis since 2019, will lead all aspects of the USPS stamp program, including design,…

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New group will lead USPS response to coronavirus

Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan has established COVID-19 Response Command, a group within the Postal Service that will help ensure the organization takes a comprehensive approach to its response to the coronavirus pandemic. The group is led by Kristin Seaver, who has stepped away from her regular duties as chief information officer to serve as…

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USPS OIG Report: Fiscal Year 2015 Pay for Performance Program

Background The U.S. Postal Service pay for performance (PFP) program is the primary pay program for non-bargaining Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) employees who work in supervisory, technical, administrative, and managerial positions. The National Performance Assessment, which is a scorecard of performance goals, is the foundation of the PFP program. EAS employees work at Postal…

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APWU: Denied Entry to ‘Public’ Meeting, Postal Workers Stage Raucous Protest (slideshows/videos)

Hundreds Cheer Wildly at Announcement That PMG Donahoe is Stepping Down Web News Article #:  208-2014 11/14/2014 – Approximately 250 postal workers and supporters protested loudly in the lobby of Postal Service headquarters after they were denied entry to a “public” meeting of the Board of Governors’ on Nov. 14. But they cheered wildly when…

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