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APWU Announces Dedication of Headquarters Boardroom to President William H. Burrus

February 23, 2024
APWU has honored the legacy of former President William H. Burrus by renaming the National Executive Boardroom at APWU Headquarters in his memory. 

Maintenance Capable and Non-Maintenance Capable Dispute Settled

February 15, 2024
APWU and USPS management have settled National Dispute USPS NO. Q18T-6Q-C-21160044/APWU No. HQTT20210109

Safety Hazard on APPS Prime Function May Cause Serious Injury and Loss of Life

APWU members are advised not to use the “prime function” to pre-load belts on APPS (Automated Package Processing System) machines.

e-Team Report, July 26, 2013

Issa Advances His Postal Destruction Bill Out of Committee – Have Your Representatives Heard from You? Oversight Committee’s Ranking Member Calls Several Provision in Postal Bill “Extreme” Replacement Nominees for NLRB Announced following Senate...

PRC Slams USPS Closure Plans

Echoing recommendations made by the APWU, the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) sharply criticized USPS plans for closing stations and branches in an “advisory opinion” issued March 10. The Postal Service should give residents more notice when it...

Wall Street Journal Profiles People Affected by Failure to Expand Medicaid…

The Affordable Care Act was meant to cover people in part by expanding Medicaid to workers earning up to the federal poverty line—about $11,670 for a single person; more for families. In addition, people earning as much as four times the poverty...

Up Next: Preparing for Local Negotiations

The 2010-2015 collective bargaining agreement has been ratified by the membership, and it is now time to move to the enforcement phase of our new contract. This agreement has many sweeping changes, and there is much work to do.