NAPS Calls Upon President Obama To Strengthen Cyber Security Measures

NAPS Calls Upon President Obama To Strengthen Cyber Security Measures

NAPS joined with our partners in the Federal Postal Coalition to call on President Barack Obama to create a special task force charged with investigating the cyber breach at the Office of Personnel Management and to create countermeasures to prevent future attacks. In the letter, the coalition called upon the President to “immediately appoint a […]

NAPUS: Documenting Bargaining Unit Work Update

NAPUS: Documenting Bargaining Unit Work Update

Recently we have received updated information from Postal Service concerning documenting bargaining unit work performed by local management in Level 18 offices. Here’s the latest substance on End-of-Day reports: “The intent of item 2.A of the December 5, 2014, Global Settlement Remedy Agreement is to have a POS record of the amount of time during […]

Postmasters: Reporting requirements on the e1260

Postmasters: Reporting requirements on the e1260

The following is from the National League of Postmasters There has been many divergent field opinions about whether bargaining unit work performed by an APO Postmaster in one of the RMPO’s for which that APO Postmaster is responsible should be recorded for e1260 reporting purposes. The following is guidance that HQ Labor Relations gave to […]

Postal Service Announces RIF Effective Date Change, Career PTF Assignment Option for Remaining Impacted POStPlan Postmasters

Postal Service Announces RIF Effective Date Change, Career PTF Assignment Option for Remaining Impacted POStPlan Postmasters

NAPUS – 01.07.15 As a result of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) negotiated with the APWU, the Reduction in Force (RIF) separation date for all remaining impacted POStPlan Postmasters in 2, 4 and 6 hour offices has been extended until February 6, 2015. The effective date of RIF demotions and voluntary reassignments is now February […]

NAPUS: Senate Leaves Town and Leaves USPS Without A Quorum

NAPUS: Senate Leaves Town and Leaves USPS Without A Quorum

Upon adjournment, the departing Congress left it to the next Congress to fill the 6 vacant Postal Board of Governor slots. Consequently, USPS governance, for the timing being, is being conducted by a temporary 3-member committee. Additionally, when the 114th Congress convenes on January 5, a number of pivotal issues will dominate first few months […]

NAPUS: PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE SALARY INCREASE FY 2014

NAPUS: PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE SALARY INCREASE FY 2014

The Postal Service has decided to grant a one percent salary increase for nonbargaining employees whose fiscal year (FY) 2014 Pay-for-Performance composite ratings fall in either cells 2 or 3 of the current PFP Matrix. The Postal Service cited the ”efforts of supervisory, managerial, Postmasters, and all nonbargaining employees contributed toward the high-quality service rendered successfully to […]

NAPS: MAIL PROCESSING CONSOLIDATIONS LOOM

NAPS: MAIL PROCESSING CONSOLIDATIONS LOOM

Lawmakers returned to Washington on Monday for the final two weeks of the 113th Congress, with little likelihood of taking action on comprehensive postal reform legislation, but with the possibility of ordering the Postal Service to delay the consolidation of the 82 mail processing facilities slated to begin in January 2015. A one-year moratorium on […]

NAPUS: USPS Chief Operations Officer Megan Brennan to Replace Patrick Donahoe as Postmaster General

NAPUS: USPS Chief Operations Officer Megan Brennan to Replace Patrick Donahoe as Postmaster General

NAPUS: 11.17.14 – At Friday morning’s U.S. Postal Service Board of Governor’s meeting, Chairman of the Board Mickey Barnett announced that Postmaster General Patrick Donahue would be retiring from the Postal Service, effective February 1, 2015. Chairman Barnett also announced that the PMG Donahue’s successor will be Chief Operations Officer Megan Brennan, making her the […]