USPS Five-Year Plan: Doomed to Fail

The Postal Service’s latest five-year plan, which it announced with great fanfare on Feb. 16, is “a warmed-over menu of proposals that are doomed to fail,” said APWU President Cliff Guffey.

USPS Plans to Implement Consolidations As Soon As Moratorium Ends

In a meeting with the APWU on Feb. 13, postal officials notified the APWU that they plan to begin consolidating mail processing facilities as soon as the moratorium on consolidations ends. The moratorium is set to expire on May 15.

Senators Seek Changes to Postal Bill

Twenty-seven senators have signed a letter to the sponsors of the 21st Century Postal Service Act (S.1789) asking them to approve amendments to the legislation that the APWU supports.

House Members Seek Moratorium On USPS Plans to Close Post Offices

More than 100 members of the House of Representatives have signed a letter to Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe asking him to place a moratorium on plans to consolidate thousands of post offices “until the USPS resolves the numerous problems”...

APWU Members Urged to Take Action As Senate Reviews Postal Reform

Postal reform is a hot topic in Congress as the Senate prepares to vote on the 21st Century Postal Service Act,  and APWU President Cliff Guffey is urging union members to contact their senators and let them know: Senate bill 1789 is unacceptable in...