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2013 Rate Change Sheet
2013 Gazette Ad Rate Sheet
A NAPUS Action Guide for preventing the closing or consolidation of your post office
Booklet of Instructions for Pulling EDW Reports August 2007
Designation of Representation and Subscription to Appeal
NAPUS Expense Voucher
NAPUS Expense Voucher-EXCEL-VERSION1
Financial Aid-SOX Accountability
Installation of Officers 2012
Napus Chapter Officers’ Handbook
NAPUS Membership Chairman Guidebook
NCR Cheat Procedures
PM Retirement Certificate
Postmaster Equity Act
Resolution Log Form*
Retiree State Officers
SOV Delivery Admin Earned Workhours How To
SOV Tracking Log for Delivery Admin Pick Box
Supply Order Form
RESOLUTION LOG PROCESS
This is a nationally recognized process between the Postal Service and NAPUS. If you (the Postmaster) have an issue in your Post Office that is not being resolved by upper management to your satisfaction and you believe your facts justify your issue that is where the Resolution Log Process begins.
Your next step is to contact your NAPUS state president who will start the Resolution Log form. (form located on the NAPUS web) They (State President) will contact the District Manager or their designee to try to solve your issue. If they do not have success, the form (after State President fills in their section) is mailed along with documents to your NAPUS National Vice President who will take your issue to your Postal Service Area office.
The NAPUS National Vice President will contact the USPS Area Vice President in question or their designee and present the issue. If the USPS Area office does not agree with our issue, the NAPUS National Vice President will fill in their part of the Resolution Log form and send the entire packet to the NAPUS National Office, attn. Executive Director.
The NAPUS National President or Executive Director will contact the USPS Area in question and try one more time to get the issue solved. If that is not successful, the Executive Director will write a cover letter on the facts of the issue and the corrective actions the Postal Service must take to solve the issue. The entire packet will then be numbered, logged and sent to Postal Headquarters Labor Relations office. The Executive Director will work with the Postal Service on the issue with the results relayed to all parties when completed.