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Welcome Staten Island, NY P&DF Area Mail Processing (AMP) Study April 29, 2009.

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1 Welcome Staten Island, NY P&DF Area Mail Processing (AMP) Study April 29, 2009

2 Slide 2 Agenda AMP Video PowerPoint Presentation Question & Answer Period Close Area Mail Processing (AMP)

3 Slide 3 AMP Video AMP Video Clip

4 Slide 4 AMP (Area Mail Processing) Consolidation of all outgoing or all incoming mail processing operations from one or more facilities into other automated processing facilities for the purpose of improving operational efficiency and/or service. Effective process used for decades to help us adjust to changes in the environment Area Mail Processing (AMP)

5 Slide 5 The Need for Change Postal Service faces Acute Financial Crisis Rise in Electronic Communications Economic Recession Change in Mail Mix –Increase in Work Sharing and Drop Shipments –Decrease in First-Class Mail Volume

6 Slide 6 The Need for Change ~ 29% decline since 1998

7 Slide 7 Benefits of Consolidation Puts the Right People in the Right Place with the Right Resources Utilizes Equipment Efficiently Reduces Cost Does Not Affect Customer Services Supports Our Network Plan Positive Outcomes

8 Slide 8 Service Service Standards for First-Class Mail –No Changes to Service Customer & Delivery Services –Delivery Services –Customer Services Retail Hours Business Mail Acceptance Drop Shipment Common Concerns

9 Slide 9 Jobs –Impacted Jobs Community Identity –Local Postmark Remains Available –Meter and Permit Indicia Do Not Change Common Concerns

10 Slide 10 Proposed AFCS Postmark for the Triboro District

11 Slide 11 Cancellations Compared to Same Period Last Year Cancellations at the Queens Processing and Distribution Plant have declined 11% when compared to the same period last year. Cancellations at the Staten Island Processing and Distribution Plant have declined 15.4% when compared to the same period last year

12 Slide 12 Staten Island to Brooklyn Travel Distance 16 miles

13 Slide 13 Benefits from consolidation Approximately $1.9 million annual savings Maximize resources Reduce excess capacity Eliminate duplicate operations Focus on remaining operations Staten Island to Brooklyn

14 Slide 14 Delivery times are not affected Retail services are not affected Meter and permit indicia do not change Same hours of business mail acceptance Drop shipments at Staten Island continue Staten Island to Brooklyn

15 Slide 15 Potential employee impact Projected net decrease of 26 positions Reassignments will be made in accordance with union collective bargaining agreements Staten Island to Brooklyn

16 Slide 16 Reduces Costs Improves Efficiency Puts the Right People in the Right Place with the Right Resources Transparent to Customer Services Supports our Strategic Plan Summary

17 Slide 17 QUESTIONS and COMMENTS Please come to the microphone and state your: NAME and BUSINESS AFFILIATION Question & Answer Period

18 Slide 18 Mail additional comments to: CONSUMER AFFAIRS MANAGER 1050 FORBELL ST RM 2015-O BROOKLYN, NY Must be postmarked no later than May 14, 2009 Question & Answer Period


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