The Postal Service delivers for America. Even in an increasingly digital world, the Postal Service remains part of the bedrock infrastructure of the American economy, serving its people and businesses, and binding the nation together. The core function of the Postal Service is to provide secure, reliable, affordable delivery of mail and packages to every address in America, its territories and military installations worldwide.
|Annual Operating Revenue||$71.4 B||$68.8 B||$67.8 B||$67.3B||$65.2 B||$65.7 B||$67.1 B||$68.0 B||$74.9 B||$74.7 B
|Total Career Employees||508,908||491,863||488,300||491,017||528,458||557,251||583,908||63,128||663,238||684,762
|Total Mail Volume||154.3 B||154.3 B||155.5 B||158.2 B||159.8 B||168.3 B||170.9 B||176.7 B||202.7 B||212.2 B
|Total First-Class Mail Volume||61.2 B||62.6 B||63.8 B||65.8 B||68.7 B||72.5 B||77.6 B||82.7 B||90.7 B||95.9 B
|First-Class Single Piece Mail Volume||19.7 B||20.7 B||21.8 B||22.6 B||23.2 B||25.8 B||28.9 B||31.6 B||35.4 B||42.3 B
|Total Shipping/Package Volume||5.2 B||4.5 B||4 B||3.7 B||3.5 B ||3.3 B||3.1 B||3.1 B||3.3 B||-----
|Marketing Mail Volume||80.9 B||80 B||80.3 B||80.8 B||79.5 B||84.0 B||81.8 B||81.8 B||98.4 B||103.5 B
|Stamped Post & Presorted Cards||3 B||3 B||3.1 B||3.5 B||3.75 B||4.1 B||4.4 B||4.5 B||5.4 B||5.8 B
|Delivery Points||156.1 M||155 M||153.9 M||152.9 M||152.1 M||151.5 M||150.9 M||150.1 M||149.2 M||148.0 M
|Total Postal-Managed Retail Offices||31,585||31,606||31,662||31,702||31,857||32,146||32,528||32,662||32,741||32,695
|Total Address Changes||37 M||37 M||34.4 M||38.8 M||39.7 M||39.9 M||41.5 M||43.8 M||46 M||45 M
|Total Retail Offices||35,423||35,520||35,649||35,434||35,369||35,756||36,222||36,496||36,723||36,721
|Total Retail Customer Visits||877.4 M||919.5 M||948.7 M||989.1 M||986.2 M||1.02 B||1.06 B||1.12 B||1.16 B||1.18 B
|Total Retail Revenue||$13.5 B||$19.2 B||$19 B||$18.3 B||$17.5 B||$16.9 B||$17.5 B||$17.7 B||$18.7 B||$18.5 B
|Postal-Managed Retail Office Revenue||$10.2 B||$10.4 B||$10.7 B||$10.8 B||$10.7 B||$10.9 B||$12.1 B||$12.7 B||$13.7 B||$14 B
|Alternate Access Revenue||$3.2 B||$8.8 B||$8.3 B||$7.5 B||$6.8 B||$6 B||$5.4 B||$5.1 B||$5 B||$4.4 B
|Online Revenue - USPS.com||$1.0 B ||$1.05 B||$1 B||$991 M||$873 M||$781 M||$704 M||$643 M||$580 M||$586 M
|Total Delivery Routes||229,104||226,777||244,365||225,152||227,000||228,160||230,600||232,900||244,800||246,500
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With ratification of the 2016 National Agreement now complete, the National Office has been notified that the Postal Service will be implementing the prospective application of the November 2016 general wage increases during Pay Period 5 of 2017, which starts this Saturday, February 18, 2017. Also expected to be implemented in that Pay Period will be the small September 2016 cost-of-living adjustment of $21.
The next COLA for March 2017, recently finalized at $333 for career mail handlers receiving the full COLA, should be included in paychecks starting with Pay Period 6 of 2017, which starts on March 4, 2017.… Keep reading...
The members of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union have overwhelmingly ratified the terms of the 2016 National Agreement with the Postal Service.
The vote to ratify exceeded 93%.
Our National Union is addressing effective dates and payment dates for retroactive increases.
More information will be made available soon.
President NPMHU Local 320… Keep reading...
On January 23, 2017, President Donald J. Trump issued a memorandum addressed to “Heads of Executive Department and Agencies” prohibiting them from hiring any new employees for 90 days.
Clarification regarding the coverage of this President Trump memorandum has now been issued jointly by the U.S. Office of Management & Budget and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The above agencies clearly state that one of the “exemptions to the Federal civilian hiring freeze” is “hiring by the U.S. Postal Service.”
In other words, the hiring freeze has NO impact on hiring or related issues at the U.S. Postal Service.
President NPMHU Local 320… Keep reading...
NATIONAL POSTAL MAIL HANDLERS UNION
SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
ESTABLISHING TERMS OF 2016 NATIONAL AGREEMENT
The following is a summary of the tentative agreement reached between representatives of the NPMHU and the Postal Service to establish the terms of the 2016 National Agreement.
The 2016 National Agreement will cover three years and four months, or 40 months, and will expire at midnight on September 20, 2019.
General Wage Increases
All career Mail Handlers will receive three general wage increases during the term:
— the first, retroactively effective to November 26, 2016, will be 1.2%;
— the second, effective on November 25, 2017, will be 1.3%; and
— the third, effective on November 24, 2018, will be 1.3%.… Keep reading...
From Link website at http://link.usps.com
The Postal Service has announced additional price changes to take effect next year, after the end of the holiday season.
The changes, which USPS filed Oct. 19 with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC), include adjustments to Priority Mail Flat Rate Boxes and Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes.
The current and new prices are:
- Small flat-rate box: $6.80 (current), $7.15 (new)
- Medium flat-rate box: $13.45 (current), $13.60 (new)
- Large flat-rate box: $18.75 (current), $18.85 (new)
- Large Army/Air Post Office and Fleet Post Office flat-rate box: $16.75 (current), $17.35 (new)
- Regular flat-rate envelope: $6.45 (current), $6.65 (new)
- Legal flat-rate envelope: $6.45 (current), $6.95 (new)
- Padded flat-rate envelope: $6.80 (current), $7.20 (new)
The changes, if approved, represent a price increase in Priority Mail of 3.9 percent and an average increase of 3.3 percent in retail prices.… Keep reading...
Click the title link to view the seventh Contract Update produced and distributed by the NPMHU during the course of 2016 negotiations. These updates, along with the Union's magazine and monthly bulletins, will keep mail handlers throughout the country informed and involved in the issues raised during this round of bargaining.
From NPMHU.org website
Convention Update – A Successful Opening Day, Powered by You
“Now more than ever, we need to harness the power of you, all of you’s.”
The quadrennial National Convention was called to order on Monday morning by National President Paul Hogrogian. Mail Handlers came in droves from across the country, gathering in a large conference room to hear speakers, nominate judges of election, and pass the set of rules that will govern this week’s proceedings. Excitement was in the air as the 285 delegates in attendance harnessed their power under this year’s Convention theme – the Power of You.… Keep reading...
The NPMHU applauds Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) and Ranking Member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which on July 12, 2016 passed the Postal Service Reform Act of 2016 (H.R. 5714) by a voice vote.
“The NPMHU appreciates the hard work done by both parties in moving forward this bi-partisan piece of legislation, but changes still are needed for the NPMHU to support this bill,” said National President Paul Hogrogian.
There are several positive items included in the Postal Service Reform Act, including relief from the unjustified obligations for the Retiree Health Benefits Fund, integration of postal retirees into Medicare, and restoration, in part, of the exigent rate increase. … Keep reading...