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NAPS Newsbreak: USPS Delays EAS Field Pay Decision

The Postal Service has advised NAPS that it is putting on hold until further notice it’s July 20, 2018, modified EAS pay decision concerning changes to pay policies, schedules and fringe benefit programs for all Field EAS employees

NAPS rejects USPS pay proposal- Seeks Fact Finding on USPS Pay Decision

In NAPS’s view, the decision will not provide for sufficient catch-up increases for the earlier years and will not result in pay increases in 2019 for the majority of approximately 45,000 Postal Service supervisors, managers, postmasters, technical specialists, and others covered by the Executive and Administrative Schedule.

NAPS Receives Final USPS FY2016-2019 EAS Pay Proposal

Enclosed is the Postal Service’s final decision concerning changes in pay policies, schedules and fringe benefit programs for Field executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) employees in positions represented by the National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS)


There is a new bipartisan push in the Congress to tack postal reform legislation on to the large omnibus government funding package that Congress is likely to vote on very soon. The proposal has received broad support throughout the postal community.

NAPS: A Long Shot for Postal Reform

Chances are increasing that postal reform legislation will remain stalled on Capitol Hill for the remainder of this session, including action on the House postal measure, H.R. 5714, which cleared the House postal oversight committee in July, but has not received a final House floor vote.


The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee recently introduced a discussion draft on postal reform legislation, which addresses prefunding, health care benefits, and the MSPB rights of postal supervisors

USPS OIG: Fall 2018 Semiannual Report to Congress

The Office of Inspector General is tasked with ensuring efficiency, accountability, and integrity in the U.S. Postal Service. We also have the distinct mission of helping to maintain confidence in the mail and postal system, as well as to improve the Postal Service’s bottom line.