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Man-Year Reports

“Man-year” reports are used to establish office size for purposes of compliance with various provisions of the National Agreement.

The number of hours used to represent a man-year is 2080. Man-years for each office are determined by adding all paid hours for USPS career employees in crafts represented by the APWU, the National Association of Letter Carriers, and the National Postal Mail Handlers Union, including leave and overtime hours for the one-year period immediately preceding the effective date of the National Agreement. This figure is then divided by 2080 to determine the size of the office. Once the list has been finalized, a facility’s status will remain in effect for the life of the contract, even if the numbers of employees and man-years fluctuate.

Offices with 100 or More Bargaining Unit Employees

This is a USPS report of postal installations having a complement of 100, 125 or 200 or more man-years of employment for purposes of enforcing the 2006-2010 National Agreement. This report is used to establish offices covered by Article 7, Section 3; Article 14, Section 8A, and the Full-Time Flexible Memorandum of Understanding.

Offices with 50 or more employees

USPS report of postal installations having a complement of 50 or more employees; used to establish offices covered by Article 14, Section 4.

Offices with 101 or more Full-time Regulars

USPS report of postal installations having a complement of 101 or more Full-time regulars; used to establish offices covered by Article 8, Section 1.

Offices with Less Than 100 Career Clerk Craft Employees

USPS report of postal installations having less than 100 career Clerk Craft employees; used to establish offices covered by the "PTF Reassignment Opportunities" memo.