2024 Biennial Retiree Convention

July 13, 2024 to July 14, 2024


1 Washington Blvd
Detroit, MI 48226 UNITED STATES

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2024 Retirees Conference

Registration Now Open

APWU retirees will meet Saturday and Sunday, July 13-14 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. On Saturday, July 13, we will have an early evening event from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

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A printable 2024 Retiree Conference registration form is also available here.

Latest News for Retirees

May 20, 2024

USPS Claim of Outstanding Debts from Retired Employees

Retirees have a right to file a grievance when they become aware of an alleged outstanding debt owed to the USPS.

March 19, 2024

Continue Your APWU Activism, Become a Retiree Member!

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Watching Your Wallet in 2024

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November 15, 2023

APWU Retirees Still Fighting for Justice

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Retiree Q&A Center

If you have any questions about when to retire from the USPS or questions about what retirement benefits you are owed from your time as a postal employee, please email

Postal Service Health Benefits (PSHB)

The Postal Service Reform Act (PSRA) (signed into law on April 6, 2022) mandated the creation of a new Postal Service Health Benefits (PSHB) Program. PSHB is a new, separate program within the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program and will be administered by the Office of Personnel Management. Coverage under the PSHB Program will be effective January 1, 2025. Visit for more information.

USPS Claim of Outstanding Debts from Retired Employees

(This article first appeared in the May/June 2024 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)

“Retirees are entitled to a written notice, including notice of their right to file a grievance before the postal service takes any action to collect on an alleged payroll issue or outstanding debt.” Retirees Director Nancy Olumekor

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