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  • To Increase Productivity, UPS Monitors Drivers’ Every Move

    To Increase Productivity, UPS Monitors Drivers’ Every Move

    The American workforce might want to pay attention to all those brown trucks full of cardboard boxes. UPS is using technology in ways that may soon be common throughout the economy. On the surface, UPS trucks look the same as they did more than 20 years ago, w...

  • USPS responds to erroneous report that it hoards ammunition

    USPS responds to erroneous report that it hoards ammunition

    U.S. Postal Service PR manager sets the record straight on4-15-14 Newsmax.com  article that USPS hoards ammunition. The U.S. Postal Service is not hoarding ammunition. The Postal Service Inspection Service is a law enforcement agency and its Inspectors carry f...

  • Heartbleed bug did not affect postal websites

    Heartbleed bug did not affect postal websites

    The “Heartbleed” bug hasn’t affected Postal Service websites that require customers to provide usernames and passwords, according to USPS IT and the Corporate Information Security Office (CISO). “USPS was not vulnerable — nor is it today — to the threat that H...

  • USPS releases 2013 Annual Sustainability Report

    USPS releases 2013 Annual Sustainability Report

    The Postal Service has released the 2013 Annual Sustainability Report, demonstrating continued commitment to environmentally responsible business practices. The report highlights the Postal Service’s most notable achievements, including a 12 percent reduction ...

  • New USPS password reminder

    New USPS password reminder

    Starting Monday,  April 28, each employee will begin using a new password to access the LiteBlue website and online self-service applications such as PostalEASE, eCareer, ePayroll, eJob Bidding and eOPF. Currently, employees use their Employee Identification N...

  • Berkeley: USPS doesn’t follow historic preservation rules

    Berkeley: USPS doesn’t follow historic preservation rules

    An agency that oversees preservation of federally owned historic property took the United States Postal Service to task in a report issued April 17, noting “significant concerns” resulting from sales of historic post offices due to the loss to the ...

  • Mail Pallets Fall Off Truck In Hollywood

    Mail Pallets Fall Off Truck In Hollywood

    Several pallets of United States mail fell off a truck in Hollywood overnight. The Los Angeles Police Department received a call just before 3 a.m. about a mail truck driving along Hollywood Boulevard with its doors open. Officers responded to the scene and gu...

  • Former postal worker pleads guilty to federal drug and theft charges

    Former postal worker pleads guilty to federal drug and theft charges

    A former Pike County postal worker has pleaded guilty to charges of misappropriation of postal funds and selling or distributing oxycodone. According to court documents, on Tuesday, Sherry Jo Justice, 52, of Pikeville, pleaded guilty to the charges, and faces ...

  • Postal Pipe Dreams Part One – The CCA year in Review

    Postal Pipe Dreams Part One – The CCA year in Review

    About a year ago our Area Manager asked me to move up to supervisor for a while to help walk routes.  I used the fact that I depend upon overtime as my excuse, and even though I was told “Oh you’ll get plenty of overtime,” I see through these falsehoods becaus...

  • Woman sentenced for post office bomb threats

    Woman sentenced for post office bomb threats

    A federal judge in Minneapolis has sentenced a woman to 5 1/2 years in prison for mailing letters threatening to bomb seven post offices in the Twin Cities. U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson on Thursday sentenced 43-year-old Christina Anne Reineke on one count ...

  • California’s only river route floats Delta mail carrier’s boat

    California’s only river route floats Delta mail carrier’s boat

    Patches of blue peek through the vast canopy of gray as Rick Stelzriede turns a key in the ignition and points his bow toward open water. Another day beckons as the only postal worker in California who still delivers mail by boat heads out on the Delta to comp...

  • Dickinson County residents want mail service restored

    Dickinson County residents want mail service restored

    The United States Postal Services quit servicing routes to more than a dozen homes in north central Kansas due to what it calls “unsafe conditions.” The agency said roads leading to the farms are unsafe, and suspended services four years ago. The c...

  • NY Rep. Wants USPS to Stop Selling Off Historic Post Offices Until Better Way to Do So is Found

    NY Rep. Wants USPS to Stop Selling Off Historic Post Offices Until Better Way to Do So is Found

    A New York congressman is calling for the U.S. Postal Service to stop selling off its historic post offices until it can figure out a better way to unload them. The statement comes from Bronx Democrat Jose Serrano, but echoes a report by the Advisory Council o...

  • ELM Revision: Employment and Placement

    ELM Revision: Employment and Placement

    Effective April 17, 2014, the Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM), Sections 310-360, is updated to incorporate changes to Employment and Placement policies as follows: n 311.12 is updated to reflect the current official EEO policy statement. n 311.21 is ...

  • West Virginia letter carrier rescues woman from creek

    West Virginia letter carrier rescues woman from creek

    Wheeling, WV, Letter Carrier John Smith was delivering mail when he saw the driver of a car hit a patch of ice and lose control. The car hit a tree and swerved into a frigid creek. Without hesitation, Smith drove to the scene. Disregarding the freezing tempera...

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  • To Increase Productivity, UPS Monitors Drivers’ Every Move
  • USPS responds to erroneous report that it hoards ammunition
  • Heartbleed bug did not affect postal websites
  • USPS releases 2013 Annual Sustainability Report
  • New USPS password reminder
  • Berkeley: USPS doesn’t follow historic preservation rules
  • Mail Pallets Fall Off Truck In Hollywood
  • Former postal worker pleads guilty to federal drug and theft charges
  • Postal Pipe Dreams Part One – The CCA year in Review
  • Woman sentenced for post office bomb threats
  • California’s only river route floats Delta mail carrier’s boat
  • Dickinson County residents want mail service restored
  • NY Rep. Wants USPS to Stop Selling Off Historic Post Offices Until Better Way to Do So is Found
  • ELM Revision: Employment and Placement
  • West Virginia letter carrier rescues woman from creek
  • USPS canceled a $3.05 million deal to sell CA post office
  • Woman records confrontation with mailman – YouTube
  • APWU Pres Mark Dimondstein Calls For Defense Of The People’s Post Office – YouTube
  • Video: Postal Service Worker Seen Throwing Package In Drive-By Delivery