• NAPS Branch 244

    Pacific to Sierras

    Pacific to Sierras, Branch 244 is committed to standing up for what is right and making a difference. We are committed to ethical standards and accountability for our work.
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Meeting Information

NAPS Branch 244 February 2018 Meeting

 
  • DATE: February 21, 2018 at 7:00pm
  • LOCATION: Two Guys from Italy - (818) 360-2292
    16915 San Fernando Mission Blvd. Granada Hills, CA 91344
  • Comments from NAPS President, Brian Wagner’s visit.
  • 4% is the national EAS vacancy rate goal-our district is below 4% for EAS 17’s and 5.6% for EAS overall-the 2nd best in Pacific Area! There is a new expedited hiring policy being implemented nationally to get districts to the 4% goal-come to the meeting and find out more.
  • When you apply for an EAS vacancy you should always request developmental feedback if you do not get the job so that you can excel the next time.
  • Updates from the district.

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Branch 244 holds at least one evening meeting every month, usually on the third Wednesday, at 7PM. These are always meetings with a complementary dinner included, no reservation necessary. Many times we will additionally host meetings in various parts of our district on other evenings or even have weekend brunches. Please contact either Sue or Mary if you would like us to host a meeting on additional day/location and know that there will be at least 10 attendees. We have never turned down a meeting request. Thank you for participating in the business activities of your association!

Notes from the President

NAPS Secretary Treasure Sue Diamond, Congressman Brad Sherman and NAPS Branch 244 President Mary Burkhard in an afternoon discussing many both local and national current EAS topics. Discussing oncoming political campaign and directed mail the USPS can expect from upcoming elections.

NAPS Secretary Treasure Sue Diamond, Congressman Brad Sherman and NAPS Branch 244 President Mary Burkhard discussing both local and national current EAS topics, as well as planning for the oncoming political campaign materials the USPS can expect from upcoming elections.

Sierra Coastal District NAPS President Mary Burkhard promoting our product and discussing our future with corporate leadership and future with postal leadership.

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Member Information

Essential Member Forms

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    • Application for Membership

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    • PS Form 1188, Cancellation of Organization Dues From Payroll Withholdings

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    • Application for Associate Membership

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    • Donald N Ledbetter Scholarship Application

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    • Vince Palladino Scholarship Application

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    • NAPS Branch 244 Expense Voucher

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    • Redesign of PS Form 1188

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          • “Leadership Skills Bank” Form

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          • “650 Mediation Request Form"

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NAPS Branch 244

  • Pacific to Sierras, Branch 244 is committed to standing up for what is right and making a difference. We are committed to ethical standards and accountability for our work. We are committed to the advancement of excellence in representation with reliable and professional service. Branch 244 and our sister branches in CA have been combined under the constitution of the California Coalition for many years and can be relied upon to put integrity, compassion, inclusiveness, honesty, transparency, and perseverance into everything we do.
  • Pacific to Sierras covers the 34,820 sq. miles of the Sierra Coastal District between Los Angeles and Sacramento, including some of the most beautiful & famous cities, beaches, mountain resorts and National Parks in the nation-and a multitude of farms with just about any fruit, vegetable and animal imaginable.
  • Our large branch also stands alone in the nation for the successful efforts we have made in gathering facts/documentation and gaining one of a kind experience doing national representation of EAS when appropriate. We have literally represented thousands of EAS employees.
  • We are also unique in the fact that we not only offer solutions in writing to our national officers, we follow up with local and national resolutions, in addition to lobbying efforts, wherever they take us.
  • Pacific to Sierras has made a difference in the lives of EAS by consistently putting the spotlight on problems whenever they are brought to our attention. Our goal is to ensure proper policy and procedure is followed, or, when necessary, changed, so that the needs of EAS and the USPS are best served. Many of these efforts are exemplified on this site.
  • Thank you for visiting and please let us know what we can do to help EAS and the USPS in the future. You may can send us a message via our Contact Us Page.