NAPS Branch 105
PO Box 9101
Providence RI 02940-9101

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National Association of Postal Supervisors - Branch 105

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


NAPS and the USPS have agreed to extend EAS Pay Talk consultation into January 2018. Click here to read the attached NAPS message from President Wagner.

Changes to Indicia screens in software applications 12 11 17

Customs declaration forms 12 8 17

Fingerprints for the FBI's IdHSC application 12 11 17

Replace component pieces of the mPOS equipment 12 8 17

Holiday ethics

USPS offers guidelines for employees
Nov. 22 at 10:23 a.m.
’Tis the season in which employees often participate in holiday activities while on the job, including giving and receiving gifts.

Although federal ethics standards apply all year long, the USPS Ethics Office wants employees to remember that complying with these rules is especially important during the holidays.

The Ethics Office has prepared a presentation on Blue to help employees become familiar with the standards of ethical conduct.

The presentation includes the standards that apply to receiving and exchanging gifts between employees and outside sources, including contractors, contract employees and vendors. There are also guidelines for attending holiday parties hosted by organizations outside USPS.

“This special time of year is also our peak season, and dealing with ethics issues can distract us from the important work we do during the holidays,” said Michael J. Elston, associate general counsel and chief ethics and compliance officer. “But if we all follow the rules, we can deliver on our promises to the American people now and in the new year.”

If you have questions about the presentation or specific situations, email the Ethics Office or call its hotline at 202-268-6346. Click here for Service Talk

New NAPS HQ Website September 16, 2017

Northeast Area Executive Announcement

HOT! HOT! HOT! From AVP Greg Murphy
I have been made aware that in several places across the country the OIG is investigating erroneous parcel scans, that is scanning of parcels as attempted when returned to the office when in fact they were not attempted. Numerous Supervisors have stated they were told to make certain no parcels returned to the office did not have scans. In some cases supervisors were told such things as heads will roll" "People will lose jobs or be subject to serious discipline"

These tactics fall under the bullying and are in violation of the Joint Statement on Violence in the Workplace.

1. PLEASE advise all SCS not to make erroneous scans in order to avoid failures.
2. PLEASE inform SCS they should report any attempt to bully them into taking improper actions and making threats of loss of employment because of scanning failures.
3. If these actions are made known to you, please let me know so I can advise NAPSHQ to address with USPSHQ

NALC Tentative National Agreement is reached

Tell Congress: Protect CSRS Retirees Against Steep Medicare Premium Increase

High-3 Average Salary: What Is It and How Is It Calculated?    How to calculate your High-3 Average    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

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Next meeting: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6 PM at Kelley Gazzero (election meeting)
1418 Plainfield Pike, Cranston, RI 02920
Guest Speaker: tba

Register for the meeting here or contact an Officer

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