As the second session of the 117th Congress begins in what will
likely be a competitive election year, NALC remains focused on
the passage of the bipartisan Postal Service Reform Act (H.R. 3076/S. 1720), a bill that aims to provide financial and operational stability to the agency. Since the bill’s introduction in the House of Representatives and the Senate last year, both measures have continued to gain bipartisan support.
January Postal Record: How to request overtime or auxiliary assistance and complete a PS Form 3996, Carrier-Auxiliary Control
The morning routine of estimating your workload for the day
is often difficult to do, even for experienced letter carriers.
Various news stories and interesting anecdotes that celebrate
letter carriers and the mail have been appearing on social media.
It’s not too late to sign up to support the charity of your choice
through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) in 2022, but time is
running out—the campaign season goes through Jan. 15
For as long as there has been a United States of America, and in fact
a year longer, the Post Office has been a vital federal agency,
starting with the naming by Congress of Benjamin Franklin as the first
postmaster general in 1775 and being inscribed in the Constitution in 1787.
President Fredric Rolando announced the appointment of
three new members for the NALC Executive Council.