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USPS OIG: Measurement of Days of Operating Cash on Hand (PDF) - Comments (Count)
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A year later, Self-Plus-One gradually gains steam - Comments (Count)
Trump Promises Hiring Freeze On All Federal Employees - Comments (Count)
Hahn reflects on lengthy postal career - Comments (Count)
Mailboxes Broken Into at Cave Junction Post Office - Comments (Count)
APWU: On 15th Anniversary of Anthrax Attacks, Workers Recall Those Who Died - Comments (Count)
RE-AIR: Postal Views Podcast #30 Get Out the Vote - Comments (Count)
Three Delco Men Arrested for Assaulting Mail Carrier - Comments (Count)
Sterling Mail Carrier Indicted for Delay and Destruction of Mail  |  26,000 Pieces - Comments (Count)
USPS to Raise Priority Mail Rates by 4 Percent - Comments (Count)
Neighbors relieved to be getting mail following Channel 2 investigation - Comments (Count)
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Parcel delivery could be the future of the USPS - Comments (Count)
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USPS Plans to Hire 35,000-40,000 Seasonal Workers
10.03.2016 - USPS reports: "This holiday season, the Postal Service plans to hire between 35,000 and 40,000 seasonal workers to process and deliver holiday cards and packages to our customers. For help with getting holiday mail delivered, the Postal Service looks to recent retirees, inviting letter carriers, clerks and motor vehicle operators who have retired within the last few years to come back and help us deliver holiday cheer." - Comments (Count)
Postal Workers Hit With Steep Increase for Health Benefits
9.29.2016 - GovExec reports: "U.S. Postal Service employees will pay an average of 11.7 percent more for their premiums -- or $16.32 per paycheck -- a slight decrease from the 2016 bump. Self-only enrollees will pay 11.5 percent more; self-plus-one, 12.9 percent; and self-and-family, 11.6 percent. The government share will increase by just 2.8 percent. J. David Cox, president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said the premium increases were unacceptable." - Comments (Count)
USPS Inspector General Reports Massive Increases in Delayed Mail
9.19.2016 - Linn's Stamp News reports: "A new internal USPS report has documented a huge increase in delayed mail resulting from the United States Postal Service's efforts to cut its costs. The report by the Postal Service's Office of Inspector General disclosed that the Jan. 5, 2015, order to eliminate overnight first-class mail service and to lengthen delivery times boosted the amount of "delayed mail" dramatically, reduced mail performance scores, and cut mail processing productivity while increasing transportation costs." - USPS Takes Issue With OIG Report - USPS OIG Background  |  Report (PDF) - Comments (Count)
Rare Life Insurance Open Season for Federal Employees Beginning
9.01.2016 - Washington Post reports: "Federal employees will have a rare opportunity in September to join or to increase existing coverage in the government-sponsored life insurance program without restrictions. The open season in the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance program, which will continue through September, will not apply to retirees, however." - Comments (Count)
USPS Reports Steep 3rd Quarter Loss
8.09.2016 - Investor Politics reports: "The US Post Office (USPS) has reported third-quarter results that paint an ugly picture of the agency's business. Earnings for the Postal Service's third-quarter lowered to a loss of $1.57 billion, marking a 268% increase compared to last year's third quarter, when the agency lost $586 million." - NALC: $1.3 Billion Operating Profit to Date - APWU Statement - Why the Net Losses Are Growing - USPS Statement - USPS Reports $1.6 Billion Net Loss - Carper Statement - CAGW Reacts - Comments (Count)

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