8 edition of Postal reorganization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John T. Tierney.|
|LC Classifications||HE6371 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 191 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||80026905|
This message tells you that the U.S. Postal Service was conceived to serve the republican principles that our Revolution and Constitution were based on. Now it’s high time that we reshaped our national Post Office to fulfill this commitment, as a concomitant of reviving the principles of the American System of Economics. The book you're about to read is my story working in the post office as a clerk and union officer. Some cases I worked on and my investigations, and how I dealt with management. You will read about how 5 unions merged to form the American Postal Workers Union. The reorganization act and when thAuthor: Warren Pearlman.
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The Postal Reorganization Act of was a law passed by the United States Congress that abolished the then United States Post Office Department, which was a part of the Cabinet, Postal reorganization book created the United States Postal Service, a corporation-like independent agency with an official monopoly on the delivery of mail in the United ent Richard Nixon signed the Act Enacted by: the 91st United States Congress.
In Richard Nixon’s Postal Reorganization Act ended a more than century-long understanding of the post as a public service paid for from general revenues and Author: Lisa Mcgirr. "Prepared for distribution at a program on postal reorganization: legal and business problems." "Postal reorganization act": p.
Description: pages 22 cm. Series Title: Criminal law and urban problems course handbook series, no. Responsibility: Timothy J. May, chairman. Federal Laws Postal reorganization book Reorganization Act.
The Postal Service is restricted from sharing customer or mailing information by the Postal Reorganization Act, Title 39 of the United States Code (U.S.C.). Under 39 U.S.C.the Postal Service cannot make available to the public, by any means or for any purpose, any mailing or other list of.
Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tierney, John T., Postal reorganization. Boston, Mass.: Auburn House Pub.
Co., © What I found in "Going Postal" is what I found in Brooks Brown's magnificent book, but to an even greater extent and covering a greater subject area- the words of someone who knows the truth, knows telling it will be going against the tide, the Postal reorganization book norm, but goes ahead and does it /5(36).
31 United States Postal Service, “U.S. Postal Service Reports Fiscal Year Results,” Novem 32 Chris Edwards, “Options for Federal Privatization and Reform Lessons from. The Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service is comparable to a board of directors of a publicly held corporation.
The Board normally consists of up to nine governors appointed by the President of the United States with the advice and consent of the Senate. Inwhen the Board was established by the Postal Reorganization Act, the.
Records of the Post Office Changes Branch History: Established as an unit of the Post Office Changes and Rural Appointment Division by the Postal Reorganization Plan.
This unit by the late 's was termed the Postal Changes Branch. Following are excerpts from Chapter 5 of “High Tech, Low Pay,” the book by then-Workers World Party Chairperson Sam Marcy. It explains some of the changes the Postal Reorganization Act and new technology were imposing on the Post Office’s workforce and this development’s relationship to the oppressed communities of color.
H.R. (th). To reform the postal laws of the United States. Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. H.R. (94 th): A bill to abolish the U.S.
Postal Service, to repeal the Postal Reorganization Act, to reenact the former provisions of ti United States Code. H.R.
Postal reorganization act amendments ofPublic law legislative history / Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of.
It was elevated to a cabinet-level department in, and was transformed by the Postal Reorganization Act of into the United States Postal Service as an independent agency.
The USPS as of has, active employees in File Name: us postal service book / The Postal Act of Febru defined the character of the new Post Office Department.
Intense and spirited debate in Congress separated the old colonial postal practices from the new direction and goals of this new, American, postal service. The debates examined issues of a free press, personal privacy and national growth.
The collective bargaining impasse inside the post office and the lack of progress in the mechanization of mail processing, placed a drag on postal operations and postal finances in the late s. Quality of service stagnated while the volume of mail and the number of employees required to move the mail increased : Vern K.
Baxter. (a) The regulations of the Postal Service consist of: (1) The resolutions of the Governors and the Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service and the bylaws of the Board of Governors; (2) The Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual; the Postal Operations Manual; the Administrative Support Manual; the Employee and Labor Relations.
Today we welcome a guest post from Philip F. Rubio, author of Undelivered: From the Great Postal Strike of to the Manufactured Crisis of the U.S. Postal Service, forthcoming in May from UNC Press. For eight days in Marchoverpostal workers staged an illegal “wildcat” strike—the largest in United States history—for better wages and working.
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Proposals to amend the Postal reorganization act of Author. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. Subcommittee on Postal Service.
geographic coverage for postal delivery, frequency of delivery, processing standards, mode of delivery, range of required postal products, level of access to post offices, and rules for affordable postal rates.
In the United States, the USO is not clearly defined. For the USPS’s business model toFile Size: 1MB. The book tells the story of the struggle by letter carriers, from the birth of the Postal Service in to today. The union’s official archives have been housed in the Walter P.
Reuther Library at Wayne State University in Detroit since and are open to the public. Universal Postal Service: A Policy History, This report provides a historically deep and contextually rich legislative history of the Postal Reorganization Act’s universal service provisions.
It sketches the concepts, policies, practices, and controversies associated with universal postal service from to Historical Overview.
No postal worker was ever disciplined for the walkout. Negotiators agreed to a 6 percent wage increase retroactive toand an additional 8 percent contingent on enactment of the Postal Reorganization Act. The bill had been languishing in Congress, but by.
Privatizing the Postal Service. on the agency reorganization proposals he assigned governmentwide in Aprilis also believed to the Johnson administration and author of a new book Author: Charles S. Clark. The United States Postal Service (USPS; also known as the Post Office, U.S.
Mail, or Postal Service) is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, including its insular areas and associated is one of the few government agencies explicitly authorized by Formed: July 1,Washington, D.C., U.S.
Tom Riley has written 10 books on a wide variety of topics, including historical fiction, The Orphan Train Era and The Postal Service. You can order Tom's books at:, or by calling Labor and Politics in the U.S. Postal Service grew out of concern for the way a large public organization does its work.
It reflects my effort to link experience working as a letter carrier and mail collector with subsequent years of study in the. It was the Postal Reorganization Act of that began the marketization of the postal system. It transformed the U.S. Post Office Department – a government agency and part of the Cabinet — into the independent U.S.
Postal Service – a government-owned corporation that is self-supporting and receives no tax dollars. Why the Postal Service matters bargaining rights under the Postal Reorganization Act.
That measure also converted the U.S. Post Office into the U.S. Postal Service, an “independent. Effectiveness of the Postal Reorganization Act of joint hearings before the Subcommittee on Postal Operations and Services and the Subcommittee on Postal Personnel and Modernization of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, first [-second] session.
(Washington: U.S. G.P.O. Labor and Politics in the U.S. Postal Service grew out of concern for the way a large public organization does its work. The final product is an academic book that certainly reveals great distance from experience in the postal workplace, but I must confess that the book still presents more a view from the bottom than a view from the top of.
Inpostal employees staged a widespread strike. Later that year, President Richard Nixon signed the Postal Reorganization Act. The postal monopoly also prevailed because it had strong Congressional support that only began to wane in the s. With the Postal Reorganization Act, which became effective inan exasperated Congress tried to shed its responsibility for the service and to make it a self-supporting government corporation.
After the strike was settled in April, the administration introduced the Postal Reorganization Act of to abolish the United States Post Office Department and creat the United States Postal Service, a corporation-like independent agency with an official monopoly on the delivery of mail in the United States.
A new book is a book. In the book’s most worrisome essay, James P. Lucier’s “Dangers in Cyberspace,” the author discusses the problem, saying, “With little fanfare, the U.S.
Postal Service is transforming itself from the mostly postal business of the past to something more like an Internet portal for the future. Section 5(b) of Pub. 91– inserted reference to section (d) of Ti The Postal Service, which reflected provisions of Title 39 prior to the effective date of Ti Postal Service, as enacted by the Postal Reorganization Act.
Amendments. —Pub. –, div.A, title I, §(f) [title VI, §(f)(2)(B)], Sept. 30,Stat. –,in item substituted "General Counsel; Judicial Officer; Chief Postal Inspector" for "Assistant Postmasters General; General Counsel; Judicial Officer".
§ United States Postal Service. There is established, as an independent establishment of the. In its reply comments, the Postal Service suggests that Executive Orderissued by President Nixon shortly after the enactment of the Postal Reorganization Act ofand referenced in the Public Representative's comments, may have “envisioned the `permit-but-disclose' approach” rather than an outright prohibition.
The Postal Service Retiree Health Benefits Fund (RHBF) is a major source of confusion for policymakers who are trying to make sense of the Postal Service’s finances.
Their puzzlement is understandable because the fund involves a type of deferred labor compensation and how best to .USPS Abbreviations Glossary M-Z (below)-M-M Facer-Canceler M System Window Book's Postal Package Partner (delivery-confirmation and manifest software for domestic Priority mail, Parcel Post and 1st Class mail using the USPS Manifest program and the USPS Electronic Delivery and Signature Confirmation programs) Postal Reorganization.InPresident Nixon signed the Postal Reorganization Act, which went into effect on July 1, Postal savings stamp - a savings stamp redeemable as a credit to postal savings accounts.
The purchaser filled a book with the savings stamps, which could be redeemed for a certificate. The Postal Stamp Savings program spanned to