What is NAPS?
The National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) is the only management organization that represents supervisors, managers, and postmasters. Over 28,000 NAPS members have representation where it counts - at Postal Service Headquarters, and on Capitol Hill. Where the issue is pay, benefits or working conditions, you have a qualified group of professional advocates working on your behalf, especially in times of real need. For approved cases, NAPS Disciplinary Defense Fund (DDF) provides a trained legal advocate for members facing removal, reduction in grade, and postal financial indebtedness (Debt Collection Act).
From the EAS employee's perspective, members also receive information on Legislation, postal policy, and ways of achieving your career goals. Area training seminars are held on a variety of topics. Our annual legislative training seminar in Washington DC teaches grass roots legislative techniques and provides information on bills of interests to members.
Perhaps most important of all, NAPS members have the opportunity of becoming better informed and more efficient, while making the USPS a better place to work. NAPS exists to raise the standard of efficiency to widen the field of opportunity and to improve the quality of work enviroment for those members who make the Postal Service their career.
Member Benefits include: