Welcome to the OHIO Chapter UPMA The official hosts of the 2021 National Convention 8/15/2021-8/19/2021
                     Welcome to the OHIO Chapter UPMAThe official hosts of the 2021 National Convention8/15/2021-8/19/2021

        OHIO CHAPTER UPMA  News

Please check here for the latest news and information affecting the United States Postal Service and you, the managers of the Postal Service.

PMG Dejoy announcement 8/18/2020

 

I want to assure all Americans of the following:
  
• Retail hours at Post Offices will not change.  
• Mail processing equipment and blue collection boxes will remain where they are.
• No mail processing facilities will be closed. 

 

Open the following link for PMG Dejoy's entire statement

Statement 8-18.docx
Microsoft Word document [15.6 KB]

 

PMG Dejoy announces non-bargaining hiring freeze effective August 15, 2020

Hiring Freeze on Non-Bargaining Unit Hir[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [525.4 KB]

 

USPS restructured
PMG announces three operating units


In an effort to operate in a more efficient and effective manner and better serve customers,
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy today announced a modified organizational structure for the
U.S. Postal Service.
The new business organizational structure is focused on three operating units and their core
missions:
• Retail and Delivery Operations — Accept and deliver mail and packages efficiently with a
high level of customer satisfaction. This organization will be led by Kristin Seaver.
• Logistics and Processing Operations — Process and move mail and packages efficiently
to the delivery units, meeting determined standards. This organization will be led by David
Williams.
• Commerce and Business Solutions — Leverage infrastructure to enable commerce
growth. This organization will be led by Jakki Krage Strako.

 

 

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The 2020 OHIO CHAPTER CONVENTION

Was held on

JULY 18 and 19, 2020

 

Please go to the convention page listed under meetings, for further information

NEW POSTMASTER GENERAL NAMED: 
The Postal Service Board of Governors has selected Louis DeJoy to serve as the nation's 75th Postmaster General, effective June 15. DeJoy, a business executive with more than 35 years of experience, previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of New Breed Logistics. He has spent decades collaborating with USPS, Boeing, Verizon, Disney, United Technologies and other public and private companies to provide supply chain logistics, program management and transportation support.
"Louis DeJoy understands the critical public service role of the United States Postal Service, and the urgent need to strengthen it for future generations," said Robert M. "Mike" Duncan, chair of the Board of Governors. "The board appreciated Louis' depth of knowledge on the important issues facing the Postal Service and his desire to work with all of our stakeholders on preserving and protecting this essential institution."
With a 35-year career in the logistics business, DeJoy said he has "worked closely" with the Postal Service for decades. "Having worked closely with the Postal Service for many years, I have a great appreciation for this institution and the dedicated workers who faithfully execute its mission," DeJoy said. "I look forward to working with the supporters of the Postal Service in Congress and the administration to ensure the Postal Service remains an integral part of the United States government. Postal workers are the heart and soul of this institution, and I will be honored to work alongside them and their unions. It will be an incredible honor to serve as Postmaster General, and I commit myself to upholding the Postal Service's cherished role in our nation."   5/8/20

 

As you have heard many times we are definitely in uncharted waters as far as this current pandemic is concerned.   For those of you that have been with the Postal Service for a number of years we have had many different challenges but none, in my opinion, have risen to the level that this one has.   In talking with many of you and hearing the stories about the challenges you are facing, my heart goes out to you and I pray for strength, understanding and patience for all of you.   

 

In the meantime, make sure that you are practicing social distancing, frequent hand washing and all the other precautions that you are encouraged to take.   As I have stated previously and will continue to tell you; what you do everyday matters to the American public and cannot be minimized.   Thank you for all you do and thank you to all your employees that are helping to keep the mail moving and getting the mail delivered on a daily basis.

     In the meantime, it is very important that you continue to send updates on PPE shortages and any other operational issues related to the coronavirus to your state chapter president.  

Dan Heins  4/3/20

Good Morning!                                                                                               3/20/2020

In looking at all of the reports that are coming out and all of the changes and closures that businesses throughout the country are making, I have made a decision that we will be taking steps to protect those of us that work here at the national office.    As of tomorrow, March 21, 2020, the national office will remain open, but we will have limited staff on site.    Normally, there will be one person on site during normal business hours, Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM with varying times for lunch breaks, of course.    The remainder of the staff, including me, will be teleworking and will be available on our cell phones, or via email if you need to reach us.   So, if you call the national office and do not get an answer, you can either leave a message, or you can reach out to us via cell phone numbers, or email, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.   At this time, we have no way of knowing how long this will last, but we will send out messaging and keep up to date postings on the website as the situation changes.

NOTE: The best way to communicate with us, will be via email.

Thanks,
Dan

Daniel M. Heins
National President
United Postmasters and Managers of America

8 Herbert Street
Alexandria, VA 22305
Office: 703-683-9027

Greetings,                                                              02/28/2020

We are just returning from our Legislative Summit in Washington, DC. If you were not in attendance you missed out on a lot of information. I challenge you to join us next year!!! We had a record for attendees at 420!!!! We had very good weather which was a bonus because we have been there when it is very cold and snowy.

We were fortunate and honored to have Postmaster General Megan Brennan speak to us and even answered questions from the audience.
She started by congratulating us for a great peak season, she appreciates all of our hard work to deliver a record breaking number of packages during our Christmas season. Our delivery scores are doing very well.
Then she went on to remind us just how important it is for us to connect with our customers and bring in new revenue. We have generated a lot of new $$$$ for U.S.P.S.
Ms. Brennan told us that we REALLY need Postal Reform and without it U.S.P.S will run out of cash in about three or four years and we will not be able to pay our bills.
She encouraged us to talk to our Representatives and Congressmen to make responsible legislation a reality.
Retirees President Jack Wilkinson invited Ms. Brennan to join UPMA as a retiree and I am happy to tell you that Ms Brennan is the newest member of UPMA!!! 

We also had Deputy Postmaster General Ronald Strohman talk to us about our purpose during our Legislative Summit. 

We need your help to be successful!!! We need you to be involved!!!
Some of the issues that we need help with from Congress is :

Postal Reform
Universal service for all communities 
Maintaining an independent Postal Service
Remaining the delivery partner of choice for American small businesses

If you have questions on how you can participate please contact myself or our executive board members.

Take Care and God Bless you,
Deb Justice, President, Ohio Chapter UPMA

The 2020 Legislative Summit of the UPMA, Feb. 23-25, 2020

POSTMASTER GENERAL MEGAN BRENAN ADDRESSES THE UPMA

The Ohio Chapter contingent is joining 400 UPMA members in Washington DC. Please check back for updates and information from the Legislative Summit 

OUR OHIO CHAPTER WON THE 2021 NATIONAL CONVENTION, to be held at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky Ohio 44870

     Ohio brought it home today in Uncasville, Connecticut. We bid the UPMA National Convention 2021 to be held, at Kalahari in Sandusky,  Ohio. We competed against Orlando, Florida. We took it by a long shot. 464 to 1065! It is very exciting. 

     We want to thank everyone who participated in the bid. It was a lot of work but Ohio UPMA really came through. Special thanks to Fran Brown and her husband. Fran is the Senior Sales Manager at Kalahari. She and her husband Steve were there the entire convention and worked very hard to help Ohio.

Ohio has alot of work to do in preparing for this. Please reach out to Lou Stuckey at 419-215-2227, stuckey31@msn.com, or Mari Beth Kirkland at 440-821-4667, mari_kirkland@yahoo.com, to assist with Ohio National 2021. 

                                                               Way to go O-H-I-O                                        8/1/19

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