Sen. Brown Announces USPS Will Keep Cincinnati Mail Center Open

At Sen. Brown’s Urging, USPS Announces that the Dalton Avenue Processing Center in Cincinnati Will Remain Open Brown Urged Postal Services to Take a Second Look at Study on Cincinnati Processing Center February 28, 2012 WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced that the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Dalton Ave mail processing and […]

USPS Reaches Out to Spanish- and Chinese-Speaking Consumers

Awards Contract to TransPerfect to Create and Offer Multilingual Option on NEW YORK-(EON: Enhanced Online News))–TransPerfect, the world’s largest privately held provider of language services and translation-related technologies, today announced a new relationship with The United States Postal Service (USPS). The USPS has set the goal of providing a complete online experience and more […]

Postmaster Organizations and USPS Agree to Continue Postmaster Pay Talks

Today, NAPUS President Bob Rapoza and League of Postmasters President Mark Strong announced that an agreement has been reached with Postal Service representatives to continue Postmaster pay talks as long as progress is being made between the two parties. Postmaster pay talks between USPS officials and the two Postmaster organizations began in mid-July, 2011 and […]

Sen. Tester questions Postal executive salaries as USPS considers drastic cuts

(U.S. SENATE) – Senator Jon Tester is taking the leaders of the U.S. Postal Service to task, demanding that executives be willing to cut their own salaries as they propose cuts to the nation’s mail service. Tester said that if senior postal executives were willing to cut mail delivery standards and close rural post offices, […]

Every Door Direct Mail by USPS Helps Churches Reach Out to Their Communities this Easter

Jamestown NC (PRWEB) February 27, 2012 -The Post Office has developed a new program that allows churches to mail postcards out to every address without having to purchase a mailing list. It’s called Every Door Direct Mail and it has a number of benefits that churches will find appealing. For churches seeking to reach out […]

NALC: Cutbacks and closures threaten vote-by-mail

According to an article in The Hill, lawmakers across the country are growing increasingly concerned that the cutback of delivery standards and closure of processing facilities proposed by the Postal Service could threaten vote-by-mail. Vote-by-mail is an increasingly popular way for Americans to cast their votes. The Election Assistance Commission estimated that, in the 2010 […]

California Man Pleads Guilty To Mail Theft Scheme Using Counterfeit Postal Keys, Locks

FRESNO, Calif. — United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced that Travis Chieng, aka Travis Chang, aka Travis My Nai, 23, of Fresno, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit postal crimes. According to the plea agreement, Chieng conspired with three other individuals to possess counterfeit postal keys and postal mail locks. Chieng also admitted […]

MSPB Issues Decision In Postal Employees NRP Cases

Latham et al. raise the following legal issues: (1) May a denial of restoration be “arbitrary and capricious” within the meaning of 5 C.F.R. § 353.304(c) solely for being in violation of the U.S. Postal Service’s own internal rules; and (2) what is the extent of the agency’s restoration obligation under its own internal rules, […]