General Information

WARLCA 2019-2020 State Constitution
Washington Rural Carrier (WRC)
What is PAC (Political Action Committee) about?

NRLCA National Officers
History of the WARLCA & NRLCA   
If you have information or materials related to the history of the WARLCA
please contact WARLCA Historian Kurt Eckrem
Western States Conference 
Vehicle Sales
WARLCA Elected Officers and Appointed Positions Obligations, Duties, And Responsibilities

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USPS Employee's link to all things Postal related.
Including access to your Official Personnel File (OPF), Earnings Statement, electronic bidding, and MORE!
United States Department of Labor (DOL)
Office of Workers Compensation Programs (OWCP)
Union members can access an Injury Compensation Handbook by visiting NRLCA.org
Under "Worker's Compensation" click on "Injury Compensation Handbook.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management
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Your Employee Assistance Program is a negotiated benefit. It is paid for by the Postal Service, and the services by the EAP are provided at no cost to the user. Try thinking of it as a part of the paycheck that is there but cannot be seen, which makes it like a "use-it-or-lose-it" benefit.
To learn more about the services offered by the EAP check out the EAP article provided by NRLCA Assistant District Representative Monte Hartshorn, who also serves as the NRLCA representative on the Portland District EAP Advisory Committee.

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EAP (Employee Assistance Program) is Free for YOU and YOUR Family
Click Here for More Information on EAP for You and Your Family
You can also obtain a wealth of information by visiting EAP4YOU.com.

Retirement Information

Five Retirement Tips
An article from govexec.com
Get Your Social Security Statement Online
From socialsecurity.gov
Federal Ballpark E$timateĀ®
The Federal Ballpark E$timate (FBE) is a long-term retirement savings planning tool. The FBE is not an annuity calculator to determine your future retirement benefits. Federal employees within 3 years of retirement should contact their local servicing human resource (HR) office for an annuity estimate specific to their own service history and unique circumstances.

What to do when an active or retired carrier dies.

Survivors Reference Guide

Map of USPS Areas    Map of Western Area
USPS Area map after consolidation of the Southeast Area
Postmasters by City
See a historical record of the Postmasters assigned to your office!
History of United States Postage Rates
Postal History
A 87-page publication on Postal History
National Postal Museum
Atlanta Postal Credit Union

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