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Rep. Mark Meadows: Providing Bipartisan Support for Postal Legislation
By Karen Young
On June 6, NAPS Director of Legislative & Political Affairs Bob Levi con…
The Path to Sustainability Must Include Breakthrough Innovation
By Bob Levi
NAPS Director of Legislative & Political Affairs
Jim Lovell, former astronaut and commander of…
It Couldn't Happen to Me, Could It?
Submitted by the USPS Employee Assistance Program
No one wakes up one morning thinking, “I want to be part of the opioid epidemic.”…
Can You Get a Second Chance?
By Jane Finley
Southeast Area Vice President
Several Super Bowls ago, the guys at my house were in disbelief at a bone-headed decision made by one…
President Brian Wagner, Executive Vice President Ivan D. Butts and Secretary/Treasurer Chuck Mulidore attended the May consultative meeting. Executive Board Chair Tim Ford attended via telecon…
Where Our SPAC Money Goes
By Tony Dallojacono
NAPS Mideast Area Vice President
Questions come up about what SPAC is and where the money goes. Executive Vice President Ivan D.…
Is It Really Pay for Performance?
By Chuck Mulidore
As a result of the fact-finding report issued April 30, 2019, in response to the unilateral impos…
What Is Your Integrity Worth?
By Ivan D. Butts
NAPS Executive Vice President
Melvyn Douglas was an American actor who came to prominence in the 1930s as a suave leading man,…
Prior to adjourning for its summer recess, the U.S. Senate confirmed, by unanimous consent, three new members of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors. The new governors are Ron Bloom, Ra…
Inclusive Representation for All EAS Employees
By Brian J. Wagner
Since the early 1970s, the Postal Service has recognized NAPS as the “supervisors&rsquo…