NALC addresses USPS ‘spin, distortion’ during APWU, NRLCA talks

NALC addresses USPS ‘spin, distortion’ during APWU, NRLCA talks The NALC recently responded to a U.S. Postal Service press release regarding its contract negotiations with the American Postal Workers Union and the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association, a statement NALC President Fredric V. Rolando said was “full of spin and distortions aimed at influencing public […]

Postal Worker Holiday Stress Relief!

PEN EXCLUSIVE – 12/08/10 PEN Ed Note: The following offer should be of interest for postal employees in and around the Annapolis, Maryland area. Open House Providing FREE Seated Massages, Hot Food & Door Prizes For Overworked Postal Employees! This time of year is the busiest for your local postal worker. The Post Office predicts it will […]

Negotiations between APWU and USPS for a new contract for Information Technology-Accounting Service Centers began

APWU IT/ASC Negotiations Begin Negotiations between the APWU and the Postal Service for a new contract for Information Technology/Accounting Service Centers began Tuesday, Dec. 7. The current Collective Bargaining Agreement expires on Jan. 20. The IT/ASC negotiations took place on Dec. 7, 8, and 9, and the parties agreed to reconvene in January. The terms […]

Postmaster General Announces Executive Leadership Team

Postmaster General Announces Executive Leadership Team Members Reflect Goals for a Viable U.S. Postal Service WASHINGTON – Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe today announced the top executives who will work directly with him in creating a more profitable, nimble U.S. Postal Service, able to compete aggressively in the marketplace and provide exemplary customer service. “The […]

Postcom Responds To Washington Post Editorial

The following letter to the editor of the Washington Post was sent today by PostCom President Gene Del Polito: As an editorial publication, the Washington Post is entitled to an opinion of its own. Regarding your recent editorial on the Postal Service, however, you’ve flat out gotten it wrong. Correcting the misallocation and misuse of […]

Nat. Assoc. of Postal Supervisors Respond to Washington Post

Nat. Assoc. of Postal Supervisors Respond to Washington Post Editorial In a December 6th editorial, The Washington Post articulated their view of the root cause of the current crisis facing the United States Postal Service. The Post Editorial Board placed the blame for the USPS’ current financial conditions squarely at the feet of its employees. […]

OPEN LETTER FROM PMG PAT DONAHOE

December 06, 2010 OPEN LETTER FROM PMG PAT DONAHOE CORE BUSINESS STRATEGIES DEFINED In an open letter to all employees on his first official day in office, PMG Pat Donahoe defines core business strategies that will guide the organization to become “a profitable, nimble Postal Service that competes for customers and has a well-defined and […]

STATEMENT OF POSTMASTER GENERAL CEO-DESIGNATE PATRICK R. DONAHOE

STATEMENT OF POSTMASTER GENERAL/CEO-DESIGNATE PATRICK R. DONAHOE BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON FEDERAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, GOVERNMENT INFORMATION, FEDERAL SERVICES, AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY UNITED STATES SENATE DEC. 2, 2010 Good morning, Mr. Chairman and members of the subcommittee. It is an honor for me to be testifying for the first time as Postmaster General-designate of the United […]

USPS Chief Tells Senate Customers Come First

U.S. Postal Service Chief Tells Senate Customers Come First “Leaner, Faster, Smarter” Motto Going Forward WASHINGTON – The incoming postmaster general told a U.S. Senate subcommittee Thursday that one of his highest priorities would be to improve the customer experience, making the Postal Service “leaner, faster and smarter” in the years ahead. Deputy Postmaster General […]