APWU Payroll Experts Issue a Warning

When management declared an Information Technology (IT) emergency due to a breach of USPS data systems recently, more than 150 systems that USPS programmers develop and administer were taken offline so they could be patched and reconfigured. The...

Follow-Up Statement to APWU Members from President Mark Dimondstein

New revelations about the security breach in the Postal Service’s data systems are raising additional concerns about this very troubling incident. The APWU remains fully committed to protecting the rights of our members and demanding information...

Statement to APWU Members from President Mark Dimondstein

The security breach in the Postal Service’s data systems that compromised personal information about postal employees, including all active and some retired workers, is a very troubling matter. Unfortunately, cybercrime is real and effective. But we...

Union Files Unfair Labor Practice Charge Over USPS Refusal to Provide Information on Consolidations

The APWU has filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) protesting the Postal Service’s refusal to provide the union with information regarding Area Mail Processing (AMP) feasibility studies.

Addressing OPM Problems

Many APWU members who retired in October have reported that they still have not received regular annuity checks. We also have heard that many retirees receive a busy signal every time they call the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on the agency’...

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