NRLCA files National Level Step 4 Grievance related to compensation for “National Check with Inquiries (NACI)”
This case involves the Postal Inspection Service taking over the processing of National Check with Inquiries (NACI) investigations for career hires and employees converted to career from the Office of Personnel Management. The process of the NACI started in 2006 based on changes with Homeland Security, but nothing really happened until the process moved to the Postal Inspection Service. This change has caused several issues around the country where carriers being converted to regular must complete the NACI survey, and in some cases are being required to drive to a police station and retrieve a set of fingerprints. The NRLCA was notified that USPS HQ’s is taking the position that any requirement to obtain fingerprints and NACI related activities would not be compensable. The NRLCA disagrees with USPS HQ’s and has filed a National Level Step 4 grievance on this issue. Any employees not being compensated for all activities related to NACI should contact their assigned Representative/Steward.
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