NAPS Branch 105
PO Box 9101
Providence RI 02940-9101

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National Association of Postal Supervisors - Branch 105

NAPS Letter to PMG USPS Pay Decision 5 31 19

Tulino Letter to NAPS HQ_Pay Work Team 5 24 19

Louis M. Atkins Presidential Student Scholarships

Senator Jack Reed Breakfast May 2019

Final Factfinding Report 4 30 2019

NAPS Newsbreak Factfinding Panel Report Received 4 30 19

NAPS Newsbreak - Factfinding Report Validates NAPS's Position

February 22, 2019 Factfinding Report Deadline Extended

LMS Is Being Replaced

NAPS Newsbreak Factfinding Hearing Scheduled

H.Res.993 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that Congress should take all appropriate measures to ensure that the United States Postal Service remains an independent establishment of the Federal Government and is not subject to privatization.

NALC: Federal judge overturning Trump’s anti-union orders is huge win for postal workers
Here, there and everywhere: System to measure urban, rural performance

Proposed revisions to ELM, Section 354 12 18 17
Postal Service revising Privacy Act System of Records 12 14 17

Pay-for-Performance Program Evaluation Rules for Field EAS Employees


High-3 Average Salary: What Is It and How Is It Calculated?    My Federal Retirement

eOPF Liteblue FAQs

Instructions for Making SPAC contributions for Active and Associate Members

Annual Leave Exchange Program

EAS Privately-Owned Vehicle Program   

Suggested Rentention Periods for Branches    The Steps to Take After a Benefits Related Life Changing Event Occurs

NAPS 105 Archives of Older Postings      Photo Gallery

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Next meeting: Thursday, September 12, 2019 6 pm location tbd
Guest Speaker: tba

coming soon

2018 Schilarship winner: Hilary Rogers

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