Employee deals update. Postal Service employees can further their education through the organization’s partnership with Southern New Hampshire University, which now includes access to the school’s College for America program.
The university’s program offers specialized degrees that are designed to meet the needs of the USPS front-line workforce with approachable, competency-based learning.
The current term started Jan. 6 for undergraduate programs. Graduate programs began Jan. 20.
The Employee Deals LiteBlue page has more information on this program and others available to USPS employees.
Racing report. Central Plains District is still leading the Race for a $Billion campaign.
The district, part of Western Area, has generated $24.7 million in estimated annualized revenue since the new fiscal year began last fall, according to a report posted Jan. 23. The other districts in the top five are San Diego ($15.4 million), Rio Grande ($9.8 million), Bay-Valley ($9.2 million) and Dallas ($9 million).
Through Race for a $Billion, a campaign organized by the Small Business Sales team, USPS is encouraging employees to submit leads through the Customer Connect, Clerks Care, Mail Handlers, Rural Reach and Submit a Lead programs.
The goal is to raise $1 billion in estimated annualized revenue before the fiscal year ends Sept. 30.
The Sales Blue page has the latest ranking of all 67 USPS districts in the campaign, as well as more information about each lead generation program, including instructions on participating.
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