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USPS, union reach tentative agreement on contract

The USPS contract with the National Association of Letter Carriers covers more than 206,000 employees.

The Postal Service and the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) have reached a tentative agreement on a 44-month contract that covers more than 206,000 employees represented by the union.

“This agreement is economically responsible, fair to our employees and it positions the Postal Service for continued success as the delivery service provider of choice for the American public,” said Chief Human Resources Officer Doug Tulino.

The tentative agreement is subject to a ratification vote by the union membership, a process that will take several weeks.

Upon ratification, the agreement will cover the 44-month period that began Sept. 20, 2019 — when the previous contract ended — and expire at midnight on May 20, 2023.