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The NAPS National Executive Board concluded its 4 day meeting on Wednesday October 19, 2022 at NAPS HQ in Alexandria, Va. The board engaged in productive discussions on a wide variety of topics including a report on the NAPS Disciplinary Defense Fund by DDF administrator Al Lum, an update on The Postal Supervisor magazine by publisher Karen Young, and a NPA/PFP update provided by Executive Director Performance and Field Operations Don Flak.
Bruce Moyer and Andy Friedman, legal counselors to NAPS, gave the Board an update on the NAPS lawsuit, and the process for moving forward. Deputy Postmaster General and Chief Human Resources Officers Doug Tulino also met with the Executive Board to discuss wide variety of issues related to the relationship between NAPS leadership and the US Postal Service.
NAPS Director of Legislative Affairs Bob Levi gave the Board an update on NAPS views of the upcoming midterm elections, the candidates that NAPS is supporting through the Supervisors Political Action Committee (SPAC), and the prospects for pending and upcoming legislation that affects NAPS members. Board members also received an update about the Supervisor Workload process (SWC), a process that NAPS has been working on with USPS HQ for several years. The parties are close to an agreement that will add hundreds of supervisor positions across the country.
NAPS investment advisor Amy Bartosh of PNC provided the Board an update on NAPS investments in light of the current economic climate in the country today. The NAPS Headquarters building management company, Stoladi Co, also gave the Board an overview of the excellent condition of the property, and the management of the building. Finally Sheri Davies of Conference Direct gave the Board a final update on the 2022 NAPS National Convention, and a preview of the upcoming LTS that will held March 26- 29 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott hotel in Arlington, VA.