USPS tests fingerprinting service with FBI

USPS is working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to test fingerprinting services at two Washington, DC, Post Offices. The program allows the offices to provide fingerprinting services to customers applying for an identity history summary check (IdHSC), which lists certain information taken from fingerprint submissions kept by the FBI. An IdHSC can be required…

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Postal Service prepares for papal tour

USPS will keep the mail moving when Pope Francis embarks on a six-day U.S. tour Sept. 22, although some customers might experience service interruptions in the cities he visits. “The Postal Service is taking measures to continue moving the mail,” said Chief Operating Officer David Williams. “Extra security measures when moving, delivering and picking up…

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USPS: Papal Visit Service Disruption Alert for NYC, DC and Philly

Updated September 11, 2015 New York City and Washington DC At this time, only minimal/limited delays to deliveries and collections in the immediate areas of events are expected. If events change or more significant impacts are identified, this information will be updated. Philadelphia Due to the Papal visit and related events in Philadelphia, a large…

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Stop Staples! Postal Workers, Supporters Protest Across Country

APWU Web News Article #078-14, April 24, 2014 APWU members and supporters ramped up the fight to Stop Staples and its bid to open postal counters in 1,500 stores nationwide at events across the country on April 24, a National Day of Action. Protests were held in 56 locations in 27 states. In Washington, DC…

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