NAPS Branch 105
PO Box 9101
Providence RI 02940-9101

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National Association of Postal Supervisors - Branch 105

New NAPS 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

House Republicans Push Back Against Proposed Benefits Cuts

2017 Spring Executive Board Meeting Official Minutes
Ann Mailloux Promotion HQ

Response to request for briefing    Collect data on delivery point coordinates at West Springfield, VA
Guidelines for the Use of LDC 23 and LDC 24    Redesigning PO Boxe Online
Expansion of Secure Destruction May 4 2017

Board Memo 006-17 Whistleblower Hotline   

NAPS Branch 105 3rd Annual Social Meeting May 6, 2017
Brian Wagner - Pres - NAPS HQ

NALC Tentative National Agreement is reached

Collect data on delivery point coordinates at West Springfield, VA May 8 2017    Document entitled Guidelines for the Use of LDC 23 and LDC 24 May 8 2017

Expand the SD mail service program May 8 2017    Redesigning PO Boxes Online May 8 2017

Response to request for briefing   

NAPS_Headquarter_Board_Memo_002 Breaking News story regarding President Trump’s memo on the 2017 hiring freeze with a statement from USPS HQ. The following statement was received from Postal Headquarters on January 24, 2017 at 5:38 p.m. ET. “The Postal Service provides an essential service to the people and businesses of the United States, and is a critical part of our nation’s infrastructure. In view of our independent status, past Executive Orders imposing hiring freezes on Executive Departments and Agencies have not applied to the Postal Service. We have reached out to the Administration to discuss this matter.”
Please visit the Breaking News section on the NAPS website (Click Here Hiring freeze) to view the full Presidential Hiring Freeze Memo.

Hiring Freeze January 23, 2017    NAPS Headquarters Board Memo 002-17 January 23, 2017    White House Press Secretary Regulatory Freeze Pending Review January 20, 2017

Vince Palladino Memorial Student Scholarships - Deadline July 31, 2017

EAS ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE 1-7-2017 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

Interested in a detail? Click here for more Information on Windows of Opportunity. Remember you must re-apply monthly   

NAPS 105 Archives of Older Postings      Retiring? Want to stay connected? CLICK HERE      Photo Gallery

Interested in becoming an Advocate? Contact any eBoard member to sign up for the next Advocacy Training Class.

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

Eventbrite Link - coming soon

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