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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
CONTENTS
The Postal Bulletin is also available on the World Wide
Web at http://www.usps.com/cpim/ftp/bulletin/pb.htm for
customers and at http://blue.usps.gov for employees.
USPSNEWS@WORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Administrative Services
ASM Revision: Emergency Lines of Succession . . . . . . . . .
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Customer Relations
Mail Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All Offices With City Motorized, Rural, and Highway
Contract Box Delivery Routes: Mailbox Improvement
Week, May 16–22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Domestic Mail
DMM and IMM Revisions: Admission of Flies of the Family
Drosophilidae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DMM Revision: Minimum Load Standards for Mail
Prepared on Pallets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DMM Revision: Mail Processing Categories . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notice: Sharps Medical Waste Container No
Longer Accepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Postage Statements: Ordering Instructions for
Redesigned Postage Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forms: Availability of Certain Postage Statements . . . . . . .
Employees
Handbook EL-312 Revision: Employment Programs . . . . .
Handbook EL-814 Revision: Postal Employee’s Guide
to Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Finance
Handbook F-1 Revision: Account Identifier Code
525 Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Clarification — Handbook F-1 And DMM Revisions:
Cashing Postal Money Orders, Postal Service Commercial
Checks, and Treasury Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Handbook F-1 Revision: New Account Identifier Code
for SPORT Offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Information Technology
Managing Software Technology Solutions — Software
Approval Process and Information Technology Kit . . . . . .
Notice: FAST is Getting Closer — All Drop Shipment
Customers Must Register! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
International Mail
IMM Revisions: Miscellaneous IMM Revisions . . . . . . . . . .
IMM Revision: Size Limits for Parcel Post Items
to Poland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IMM Revision: Admission of Flies of the Family
Drosophilidae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operations Reminder: Use of International Mail Customs
Declaration Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Licensing
Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Philately
Pictorial Postmarks Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Cancellation Die Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Update To Stamp Announcement 05-13: Henry
Fonda Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Post Office Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Retail
New Conduct on Postal Service Property Course . . . . . . . .
What’s in Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supply Management
Goodyear Tires on Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Realignment of Janitorial Services Contracting . . . . . . . . . .
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Postal Bulletin Index
Semiannual Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PB 22146 (1-20-05)
Pull-Out Section
Fraud Alert
Domestic Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Invalid Express Mail Corporate Account Numbers . . . . . . . .
Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms . . . . . . . .
Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order Forms . . .
Counterfeit Canadian Money Order Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toll-Free Number Available to Verify Canadian
Money Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Information
Overseas Military Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the U.S. Flag and the POW-MIA Flag . . . . . . . . .
Notice to All Employees: Thrift Savings Plan Fact Sheet . .
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The Postal Bulletin is published
biweekly; information is effective for 1 year unless it changes
a permanent directive or unless
otherwise specified.
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Recycled
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Ordering Information: Following is the list of postal stock numbers (PSNs) to use when ordering copies of the Postal Bulletin from the MDC:
PB 22154: 7690-07-000-0138
PB 22146: 7690-07-000-0130
PB 22131: 7690-07-000-0115
PB 22138: 7690-07-000-0122
PB 22153: 7690-07-000-0137
PB 22145: 7690-07-000-0129
PB 22130: 7690-07-000-0114
PB 22137: 7690-07-000-0121
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PB 22144: 7690-07-000-0128
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PB 22136: 7690-07-000-0120
PB 22151: 7690-07-000-0135
PB 22143: 7690-07-000-0127
PB 22128: 7690-07-000-0112
PB 22135: 7690-07-000-0119
PB 22150: 7690-07-000-0134
PB 22142: 7690-07-000-0126
PB 22127: 7690-07-000-0111
PB
22134:
7690-07-000-0118
PB 22149: 7690-07-000-0133
PB 22141: 7690-07-000-0125
PB 22126: 7690-07-000-0110
PB 22133: 7690-07-000-0117
PB 22148: 7690-07-000-0132
PB 22140: 7690-07-000-0124
PB 22147: 7690-07-000-0131
PB 22125: 7690-07-000-0109
PB 22132: 7690-07-000-0116
PB 22139: 7690-07-000-0123
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
USPSNEWS@WORK
Key officer positions filled; Human Resources, Labor Relations realigned: Vegliante,
Tulino, LaChance, Galligan and Brennan named to positions
From left, Tony Vegliante, Doug Tulino, Susan LaChance, DeWitt Harris, William Galligan and Megan Brennan.
Postmaster General (PMG) Jack Potter has named five
individuals to key officer positions in Human Resources
(HR) and Operations. The appointments coincide with a
realignment of HR and Labor Relations functions.
William Galligan, the new senior vice president of
Operations, will have responsibility for Engineering, Facilities and Network Operations Management, as well as
Delivery and Retail. He will report to Deputy Postmaster
General and Chief Operating Officer Pat Donahoe.
“As we work toward the creation of the Strategic
Transformation Plan 2006–2010,” Potter said, “it is critical
that we have the leadership and processes in place that will
assist us in our goals of increasing operational efficiency,
improving service and continuing to enhance a customerfocused, performance-based culture.”
Megan Brennan will serve as Northeast Area vice president. Brennan has responsibility for all retail, mail processing, delivery and administrative operations for 3,000 Postal
Servicet facilities serving 20 million customers in a sevenstate area. Brennan also reports to Donahoe.
The PMG named Tony Vegliante, currently vice president, Labor Relations, to serve as chief Human Resources
officer and executive vice president. He will be a member of
the executive committee and report to the postmaster
general.
“Each of these individuals, through a combination of
experience, education and outstanding performance, have
demonstrated their unique qualifications for these key leadership positions as we continue to move the Postal
Servicet forward,” Potter said.
Doug Tulino, manager, Labor Relations Policy and
Programs, has been named acting vice president, Labor
Relations, reporting to the chief Human Resources officer.
Courting customer comment: USPS
seeks input for Strategic Transformation
Plan 2006–2010
Susan LaChance will serve as the new Human
Resources vice president for Employee Development and
Diversity. In her new role, she will be responsible for
employee and leadership development, succession planning, equal employment opportunity and diversity.
Rounding out the new Human Resources team is
DeWitt Harris, vice president of Employee Resource
Management. Harris has been instrumental in driving workplace improvements as measured by key indicators such
as reductions in Occupational Safety and Health Administration illness and injury rates and the positive results of the
Voice of the Employee survey. “We look forward to DeWitt’s
continued leadership in this role as he places an increased
focus on the development and rollout of the Human
Resources Shared Services initiative, PostalPEOPLE,”
Potter said.
The Postal Service is seeking input from customers as it
moves into the second phase of transformation. Strategic
Transformation Plan 2006–2010 will be the blueprint that
outlines the Postal Service’s goals, targets and strategies
through 2010.
The new plan will combine key elements from our FiveYear Strategic Plan, the Annual Performance Plan, the
original Transformation Plan and the Transformation Progress Report. “We’re transforming the Postal Service for one
simple reason: to continue to provide customers with products, services and performance they need at affordable
prices,” said PMG Jack Potter.
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Customers can submit comments through May 15,
2005, to the following address:
USPS OFFICE OF STRATEGIC PLANNING
STAKEHOLDER FEEDBACK
475 L’ENFANT PLAZA SW RM 5142
WASHINGTON DC 20260-5142
e-mail: transform@usps.gov
For more information, go to the Strategic Transformation
Plan Web site at http://www.usps.com/strategicplanning/
2006-2010.htm.
Business Connect: They have needs.
USPS has solutions. Make the
connections.
That’s just what 28,618 registered Business Connectt
participants are doing. Business Connect is designed
to engage postmasters and
station and branch managers to lead the growth
among local small- and
medium-sized businesses in their communities by educating customers on the quick, easy and convenient services
offered by the Postal Service.
It’s a face-to-face showing of how the Postal Service can
save businesses time and money while meeting their mailing needs and helping their companies grow. To date, about
8,650 postmasters and station and branch managers have
met with customers. As Business Connect gathers momentum, participation will continue to climb.
Training and support materials continue to be mailed to
eligible participants to assist them with their customer
meetings.
Registered postmasters and station and branch managers document their customer activities through the Business Connect database system at http://www.usps
businessconnect.com/.
Going for the gold: USPS among
candidates for sought-after Stevie
Awards
While the winners may still be a secret, it’s no secret that
USPSr has two candidates for this year’s 2005 Stevie
Awards — Public Affairs and Communications Vice
President Azeezaly Jaffer in the “Best Communications
Executive” category and the 2004 USPS Annual Report in
the “Best Annual Report” category.
The Stevie Awards “honor and generate public recognition of the efforts, accomplishments and positive contributions of companies and business people worldwide.”
Other contenders in the Best Communications Executive category include American Red Cross Public Relations
Vice President Darren Irby, Nextel Communications Corporate Communications Vice President Elizabeth Brooks and
Brand Resources Group, Inc., President and Chief Executive Officer Jane Barwis.
The annual report was a joint effort of Finance and Public Affairs and Communications. Winners will be announced
June 6.
The Postal Service goes gold: Band’s
album reaches 500,000 mark
The unlikely duo of
musicians Ben Gibbard
and Jimmy Tamborello
was busy with their own
bands when they started
a side project together.
After weeks of mailing
music tracks back and
forth to each other, they
completed their CD “Give
Up.”
From left, USPS Licensing Specialist
Krista Becker and Licensing Manager
Maria Pell share the Gold Record
moment with musicians Jimmy Tamborello and Ben Gibbard of The Postal
Service and Sub Pop record label
founder Jonathan Poneman.
Stuck for a name for
their collaboration, the
two decided to pay homage to the delivery service that was
there when they needed it — they called themselves “The
Postal Service.” The rest is musical history.
Their album had sold more than 566,548 copies by the
time the duo received their Gold Record from the Recording Industry Association of America last week. It’s the second biggest seller in indie label Sub Pop’s history, behind
Nirvana’s “Bleach.” And it helps keep our brand — The
Postal Service — in the mind of a new generation of
customers.
You can get The Postal Service’s CD “Give Up” on
usps.comr.
USPS and U.S. Army join forces
Throughout our history, American soldiers have fought
battles to protect our basic liberties. To honor those soldiers
and their families, the U.S. Army is launching Freedom
Team Salute. This program gives all Army soldiers — active
duty, reservists and national guardsmen — the opportunity
to recognize parents, spouses and employers for their support. As thanks, the Army
is mailing Freedom Team Salute packages to 240,000 veterans and supporters. It’s the first wave of a First-Classr
mailing that runs until Sept. 30.
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BDS installations ahead of schedule
Tracking international forgers
A state-of-the-art biohazard detection system (BDS) is
well on its way to full deployment at USPS processing and
distribution centers (PDCs). So far, 114 PDCs have BDS
units installed — state-of-the-art, self-contained and fully
automated devices that protect the public and Postal
Service employees from biohazards. The installation has
been so successful that the planned deployment to all 282
PDCs nationwide is being accelerated, with a target deadline of December 2005.
More than 3,700 counterfeit postal money orders were
intercepted from October to December, exceeding the total
for the previous 12 months, according to the Postal Inspection Service, with most of the forgeries originating in
Nigeria, Ghana and Eastern Europe. Inspectors are warning financial institutions to be vigilant and are working to intercept packages containing bogus money orders as they
enter the country. Arrests of 160 individuals have been
made in the United States. Find tips to help identify counterfeit postal money orders on the U.S. Postal Inspection
Service Web site at www.usps.com/postalinspectors.
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Administrative Services
ASM REVISION
Emergency Lines of Succession
Effective May 12, Administrative Support Manual
(ASM), section 286.1 is revised to update the emergency
lines of succession in the event the postmaster general is
incapacitated from an enemy attack or other national
emergency.
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We will incorporate these revisions into the next printed
version of the ASM, and also into the online version, available on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site:
[Revise text to read as follows:]
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click
on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under
“Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Click on Manuals.
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Emergency Lines of Succession
286.1
Postmaster General
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In case the postmaster general is incapacitated from an enemy attack or other national emergency, the following is the
line of succession to perform the duties of the postmaster
general (see section 112.11):
a. Deputy postmaster general and chief operating
officer.
b. Vice president, area operations, eastern area.
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Administrative Support Manual (ASM)
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Office of Deputy Postmaster General and Chief Operating
Officer, 5-12-05
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Customer Relations
Mail Alert
also offers electronic Mail Alerts via ADVANCE. For more
information, see the ADVANCE Notification & Tracking
System
Technical Guide
on the Internet at
http://www.ribbs.usps.gov/files/advance/ADVTECH.PDF or
contact the National Customer Support Center at
800-458-3181.
The mailings below will be deposited in the near future.
Offices should honor the requested home delivery dates.
Mailers wishing to participate in these alerts, for mailings of
1 million pieces or more, should contact Business Service
Network Integration at 202-268-2225 at least 1 month preceding the requested delivery dates. The Postal Servicet
Class and
Type of
Mail
Standard/
Flat
Requested
Delivery
Dates
5/16/05–5/19/05
Number
of Pieces
(Millions) Distribution Presort Level
1.3
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Catherine’s Memorial Day
Standard/
Flat
5/20/05–5/24/05
1.0
Nationwide
Barcoded,
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Cenveo,
Memphis, TN
JCP Week 17 Memorial Day
Preview
Standard/
Flat &
Letter
Standard/
Catalog
5/21/05–5/24/05
10.2
Nationwide
Car-Rt
Harte-Hanks
5/23/05–5/27/05
2.0
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
RR Donnelley,
Lynchburg, VA
Standard/
Flat
5/25/05–6/1/05
15.0
Nationwide
Barcoded,
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Segerdahl,
Wheeling, IL
Title of Mailing
REI Summer Catalog 2005
June Main & Intro Price and
TGW/May Main & Intro Price
Remail
Costco Member Passport
Summer 2005: “Costco
Passport”
Comments
Quad Graphics,
Sussex, WI
— Business Service Network Integration, Service and Market Development, 5-12-05
ALL OFFICES WITH CITY MOTORIZED, RURAL, AND HIGHWAY CONTRACT BOX DELIVERY ROUTES
Mailbox Improvement Week, May 16–22
Each year, the Postal Servicet designates the third full
week of May to encourage customers on city motorized,
rural, or highway contract box delivery routes to examine
and, where necessary, improve the appearance of their
mailboxes. Neat, attractive mailboxes make a significant
contribution to the appearance of the countryside and to
streets in suburban areas. Mailbox Improvement Week,
May 16–22, calls attention to the need for providing mailboxes that are:
1. Approved by the postmaster general.
2. Designed to protect the mail from weather.
3. Safe to use.
4. Conveniently located.
5. Neat in appearance.
Additional information can be accessed at the Growth
Management Web site at http://blue.usps.gov/dois/
growth_del_point_mgmt/growth_del_point_mgmt_
overview.htm.
Mailboxes that meet these five important requirements
help delivery and collection operations and improve service
to the entire route. There are three approved styles of
curbside mailboxes:
(1) traditional design, in three
standard sizes (see Exhibit A on page 8); (2) contemporary design, also in three sizes (see Exhibit B on page 8);
and (3) locked, full- or limited-service. USPS STD 7B governs the design and specifications of curbside mailboxes
and includes provisions for improved quality of the product.
Notice 209
Postmasters should send Notice 209, Mailbox Improvement Week, to all rural and highway contract box delivery
route customers the week before Mailbox Improvement
Week to alert them of the event.
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Ordering Procedures:
You can order Notice 209 from the Material Distribution Center (MDC) and use touch tone order entry
(TTOE): Call 800-332-0317, option 2.
Note: You must be registered to use TTOE. To register, call 800-332-0317, option 1, extension 2925, and
follow the prompts to leave a message (wait 48 hours
after registering before placing your first order).
mailboxes, visible to the approaching carrier. The street
number, box number, and/or any other address information
must be inscribed in contrasting color in neat letters and
numerals not less than 1 inch in height. In all instances,
placing the owner’s name on the box is optional.
Exhibit A
Use the following information to order Notice 209:
PSN:
PSIN:
Unit of Measure:
Quick Pick Number:
Bulk Pack Quantity:
Minimum Order:
Price:
7610-03-000-9145
NOT209
EA
496
N/A
N/A
$0.0242
City Motorized, Rural, and Highway Contract Box
Delivery Routes
Customers must use only approved traditional, contemporary, or locked full- or limited-service curbside mailboxes
for new installations or replacements. Postmasters should
ensure that where new delivery is established or extended,
customers use delivery equipment approved by the postmaster general. However, an individual customer may use
a custom-built curbside mailbox if the local postmaster
gives prior approval and the mailbox conforms generally to
the same requirements as approved manufactured curbside mailboxes relative to the flag, size, strength, and quality of construction. Carriers on motorized city routes may
continue to serve mailboxes that are designed primarily for
use by customers receiving door delivery and that have
been erected and served under previous regulations (see
Exhibit C on this page). However, carriers should advise
customers that they may use only approved curbside mailboxes when replacing these types of mailboxes. A list of
approved manufacturers of traditional curbside mailboxes
appears on pages 10−11.
For motorized city routes, and where the use of street
names and house numbers is authorized on rural and highway contract box delivery routes, the mailbox must display
the number on the side of single mailboxes or on the door
of grouped mailboxes. If the mailbox is on a street other
than the one on which the customer resides, the street
name and house number must be on the mailbox. When
rural and highway contract box delivery route customers
have assigned box numbers, the numbers must appear on
the side of single mailboxes or on the doors of grouped
Exhibit B
Exhibit C
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Motorized city, rural, and highway contract box delivery
route customers are encouraged, but not required, to group
mailboxes whenever practical, especially where many mailboxes are located at or near crossroads, service turnouts,
or similar locations. Customers should also paint mailboxes
and supports/posts and keep them rust-free. Advertising on
mailboxes and mailbox supports is prohibited.
In areas where snow removal is a problem, the Postal
Service suggests using a semi-arch or extended arm-type
support (see Exhibit D), which allows snowplows to sweep
near or under mailboxes without damaging supports and
provides easy access to the mailboxes by carriers and
customers.
Exhibit D
Generally, mailboxes should be installed at a height of
41−45 inches from the road surface to the bottom of the
mailbox or point of mail entry. Mailboxes are set back 6−8
inches from the front face of the curb or road edge to the
mailbox door. However, because of varying road and curb
conditions and other factors, the Postal Service recommends that customers contact their local Post Officet
before erecting or replacing mailboxes and supports.
Location
Customers must place mailboxes on motorized city,
rural, and highway contract box delivery routes so a carrier
can safely and conveniently serve them without leaving his
or her vehicle. The mailboxes must be on the right-hand
side of the road in the carrier’s travel direction in all cases
where traffic conditions make it dangerous for the carrier to
drive to the left to reach the mailboxes, or where doing so
would constitute a violation of traffic laws and regulations.
Postal Operations Manual, POM, 632.6, Apartment House
Receptacles, specifies Postal Service regulations regard-
ing locations for apartment houses and other multiple unit
dwellings. On new rural and highway contract box delivery
routes, all mailboxes must be on the right-hand side of the
road in the direction of the route line of travel. Mailbox
placement must conform with state laws and highway regulations. City motorized, rural, and highway contract box
delivery route carriers are subject to the same traffic laws
and regulations as other motorists. Customers must
remove obstructions, including vehicles, trash cans, and
snow, that impede safe and efficient delivery. Except when
a mailbox is temporarily blocked, carriers must have
access to the mailbox without leaving the vehicle unless
authorized to dismount.
Mailbox Supports
The Postal Service does not regulate mailbox supports
in any way except for purposes of carrier safety and delivery efficiency. Posts and other supports for curbside mailboxes are owned and controlled by customers, who are
responsible for ensuring that posts are neat and adequate
in strength and size. Heavy metal posts, concrete posts,
and miscellaneous items of farm equipment, such as milk
cans filled with concrete, are examples of potentially dangerous supports. The ideal support is an assembly that
bends or falls away when struck by a vehicle. Post or
support designs may not represent effigies or caricatures
that disparage or ridicule any person. Customers may attach the box to a fixed or movable arm. POM 632.5, Curbside Mailboxes, specifies Postal Service regulations
regarding construction and placement of mailboxes and
supports on motorized city, rural, and highway contract box
delivery routes.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has determined that mailbox supports no larger than 4 inches by
4 inches, or a 2-inch diameter standard steel or aluminum
pipe, buried no more than 24 inches, should safely break
away if struck by a vehicle. According to FHWA, the mailbox also must be securely attached to its post to prevent
separation if struck. See Exhibits E (page 16) and F (page
17) for examples of mailbox mountings and supports
suggested by the FHWA.
Further information may be obtained from:
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND
TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
444 N CAPITOL ST NW STE 249
WASHINGTON DC 20001-1512
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
OFFICE OF HIGHWAY SAFETY HHS-10
400 7TH ST SW
WASHINGTON DC 20590-0003
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The following list of curbside mailboxes approved by the
postmaster general supersedes all previously published
lists of approved manufacturers. This list may be
obtained at
http://blue.usps.gov/dois/growth_del_point_
mgmt/growth_del_point_mgmt_overview.htm.
DVAULT COMPANY INC
9457 S UNIVERSITY BLVD
STE 280
LITTLETON CO 80126-4976
www.dvault.com
DVCS0015 (Locking)
Curbside Mailboxes Approved by the
Postmaster General
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LABS
2351 TENAYA DR
MODESTO CA 95354-3925
www.energytechlabs.com
Secure Mail Vault (Locking)
USPS-STD-7B
Manufacturers, Models, and Accessories
ADDRESS ART
PO BOX 90018
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46290-0018
www.addressart.com
APPL1 (Accessory)
APPL2 (Accessory)
APPL3 (Accessory)
ALPHA PRODUCTS
5570 W 70TH PL
CHICAGO IL 60638-5326
www.alphaproducts.com
MV1215 (Locking)
AMERICAN POSTAL MANUFACTURING CO
500 W OKLAHOMA AVE
MILWAUKEE WI 53207-2649
www.mailproducts.com
1812 (Contemporary)
ARCHITECTURAL MAILBOXES
2741 PLAZA DEL AMO STE 206
CARSON CA 90746-2938
www.architecturalmailboxes.com
Oasis 5100 (Locking)
Coronado 5500
Fairview 6200 (Locking)
ARMADILLO ENCLOSURES INC
PO BOX 462199
ESCONDIDO CA 92046-2199
www.armadillomailbox.com
1000F (Traditional)
1000R (Locking)
AUTH FLORENCE MANUFACTURING
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
www.auth-florence.com
MB2000 (Locking)
BOBI COMPANY LTD
32 HILLCREST AVE
COLLINGSWOOD NJ 08108-1315
www.bobi.com
Bo 37000A (Locking)
Bo 39000A (Locking)
DAVIS TOOL INC
215 SW WOOD ST
HILLSBORO OR 97123-5627
www.lockingmailbox.com
1022-X (Locking)
1025-X (Locking)
1123-X (Locking)
1125-X (Locking)
ESTES DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING INC
470 S MITTHOEFFER RD
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46229-3058
FLEXIBLE COMPOSITES CO
2629 MOUNT JORDAN RD
SANDY UT 84092
www.flexiblecomposites.com
CMB-001 (Traditional)
FORT KNOX MAILBOX OF OREGON
1196 ORT LANE UNIT E
MERLIN OR 97532-8802
www.fortknoxmailbox.com
Large Standard Mailbox (Locking)
The Fortress (Locking)
FUORISERIE IMPORTS
61 PEARL ST STE 503
BROOKLYN NY 11201
www.ecco-products.com
Ecco 3 (Traditional)
GAINES MANUFACTURING
12200 CIRKHAM RD
POWAY CA 92064-6806
www.gainesmfg.com
Keystone (Contemporary)
IMPERIAL MAILBOX SYSTEMS
3901 NORRIS LN
MILLBROOK AL 36054-2433
www.imperialmailboxsystems.com
38353 (Contemporary)
38356 (Contemporary)
38357 (Contemporary)
38358 (Contemporary)
38359 (Contemporary)
38360 (Contemporary)
38361 (Contemporary)
JAMESTOWN ADVANCED PRODUCTS INC
2855 GIRTS RD
JAMESTOWN NY 14701-9666
www.jamestownadvanced.com
23 (Traditional)
49 (Traditional)
54 (Traditional)
56 (Traditional)
JANZER CORP
9 CHELTEN WAY
TRENTON NJ 08638-5000
www.janzer.com
StoneyBrae (Traditional)
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KAY JAY NOVELTIES
PO BOX 96
NASELLE WA 98638-3780
kayjay@wwest.net
FF0100 (Accessory)
SPRING CITY ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING CO
PO BOX 19
SPRING CITY PA 19475-0019
www.springcity.com
Estate (Contemporary)
LETTER LOCKER LLC
20594 OTTAWA RD
APPLE VALLEY CA 92308-6253
www.letterlocker.com
Supreme Letter Locker (Locking)
Standard Letter Locker (Locking)
STEEL CITY CORP
190 N MERIDIAN RD
YOUNGSTOWN OH 44501-1227
www.scity.com
2D Two Door Brute (Traditional)
IB IronBox (Traditional)
LE Brute (Contemporary)
PX Polybox (Traditional)
T1 (Traditional)
T2 (Traditional)
T3 (Traditional)
MAIL SYSTEMS NW INC
12365 SW TOOZE RD
SHERWOOD OR 97140-7205
http://stores.ebay.com/Mail-Systems-NW
Belaire 16 (Locking)
Belaire BR16 (Locking)
Belaire 20 (Locking)
Senator 16 (Locking)
Senator XL (Locking)
MAILBOX SOLUTIONS LLC
10965 SW COMMERCE CIRCLE STE F
WILSONVILLE OR 97070-9629
www.mbxs.com
SteelHead (Locking)
Columbia (Locking)
POSTAL VAULT CORP
4620 ROYAL LA
DALLAS TX 75229-4203
www.postalvault.com
PV300 15 (Locking)
PV400 (Locking)
SALSBURY INDUSTRIES
1010 E 62ND ST
LOS ANGELES CA 90001-1598
www.mailboxes.com
4325 (Locking)
4350 (Locking)
4375 (Locking)
4550 (Locking)
4850 (Contemporary)
SECURITY MANUFACTURING
815 S MAIN ST
GRAPEVINE TX 76051-5535
www.securitymanufacturing.com
Trailmaster (Locking)
SOLAR GROUP INC
107 FELLOWSHIP RD
PO BOX 525
TAYLORSVILLE MS 39168-0525
www.thesolargroup.com
AR15 (Contemporary)
CENTURY 2000 (Contemporary)
CL-1 (Contemporary)
E-11 (Contemporary)
E-16 (Traditional)
ES15 Estate (Traditional)
PL-10 (Traditional)
RSK (Locking)
ST-10 (Traditional)
ST-11 (Traditional)
ST-15 (Traditional)
ST-16 (Traditional)
ST-20 (Traditional)
STEP2 CORP
PO BOX 2412
STREETSBORO OH 44241-0412
www.step2.com
5402 (Contemporary)
5452 (Contemporary)
VEEDERS MAILBOX INC
10050 MONTGOMERY RD NO 324
CINCINNATI OH 45242
www.veedersmailbox.com
LGVMB-G (Traditional)
LGVMB-SS (Traditional)
SMVMB-B (Traditional)
SMVMB-SS (Traditional)
WHITEHALL PRODUCTS
8786 WATER ST
MONTAGUE MI 49431-1204
www.whitehallproducts.com
Whitehall (Contemporary)
Y ALL GOT MAIL
3088 RAGSDALE DR
MILAN TN 38358-3420
yallgotmail@charter.net
Y’All Got Mail (Accessory)
Cluster Box Units and All-Weather Parcel
Lockers
During Mailbox Improvement Week, postmasters and
managers or their designees must review all cluster box
units (CBUs), neighborhood delivery and collection box
units (NDCBUs), and outdoor parcel lockers (OPLs) in their
delivery areas to identify any hazards or irregularities, and
they must record the results of the review. Note: NDCBUs
are not approved for use by Postal Service employees in
new delivery or as replacement units for existing NDCBUs,
even when privately purchased. Postal Service officials
must not install Arrow locks in new NDCBUs or initiate
delivery to NDCBUs installed as replacements.
Upon completion of the reviews, copies must be
retained locally and consolidated copies sent to the designated growth coordinator for each district. PS Form 8143,
Equipment Checklist and Follow-up Review, is the
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suggested format to use in conducting and recording the
reviews. PS Form 8143 is available in this Postal Bulletin
(see Exhibit G on page 19) and on the Delivery and Retail/
Growth Management Web page (http://blue.usps.gov/
delivery/del_growth_management.htm), and must be
reproduced locally. Employees conducting the reviews
must complete PS Form 1624, Delivery/Collection Equipment Work Request, for any equipment that poses a safety
hazard to Postal Service customers or employees. Requisition PS Form 1624 from the MDC using normal ordering
procedures (described on page 8). The relevant ordering
information for PS Form 1624 is as follows:
PSN:
PSIN:
Unit of Measure:
Quick Pick Number:
Bulk Pack Quantity:
Mimimum Order:
Price:
7530-01-000-9392
PS1624
SE
N/A
10,000
100
$0.0154
Equipment Review Procedure
Employees must use the CBU and parcel locker equipment checklist and follow-up review procedure when
examining the condition of CBUs, NDCBUs, and OPLs.
Employees must do the following:
1. List the 5-digit, USPS-marked Postal Service ID
number of the unit. This is usually visible on the front
or side of the body or pedestal. If a Postal Service ID
number is not available, list the unit location, equipment type, and manufacturer in the left-hand column.
If you are able to access the back of the unit, list the
unit’s vendor-supplied serial number. The type listed
must distinguish between NDCBU and CBU.
2. Assign each checklist item one of the following
ratings:
a. OK — Equipment does not need attention for this
item.
b. X — Equipment needs attention for this item.
c. NA — Item does not apply to this particular piece
of equipment.
3. When examining the equipment, use the instructions
below to complete PS Form 8143:
a. Check equipment. All CBUs, NDCBUs, and OPLs
should be straight, vertical, and firmly mounted.
For safety concerns, please ensure that customer
compartments are facing away from the street.
Visually verify that four bolts/nuts are firmly in
place securing the pedestal to the concrete pad
and to the CBU, NDCBU, or OPL. Apply hand
pressure to the top edge of the unit from the front
side. While the unit may flex under the load, verify
that the pedestal stays firmly mounted to the
concrete and that the unit does not separate from
the pedestal. For safety concerns, please ensure
that customer compartments are located such that
customers do not have to stand in the street to
access their mail.
b. Check visible welds. Make note of cracked,
broken, or rusted welds. For NDCBUs and OPLs
only, tap the pedestal with a lightweight hammer,
especially along the seams, to check for corrosion
from the inside out or perforated corrosion.
c. For CBUs and NDCBUs, observe whether the carrier access door is locked and secure. Open it and
observe whether it is bowed or warped and whether the door and locking bar operate smoothly. With
the carrier access door open, check whether restraining devices prevent the door from blowing
closed. These devices, which may have to be set
manually, should be serviceable.
d. Ensure that the Arrow lock operates smoothly and
easily and that the mounting hardware is tight. For
NDCBUs and OPLs, the cover that protects the
Arrow lock from customer tampering must be serviceable and firmly attached.
e. For OPLs, the cover that protects the Arrow lock
from theft must be secured with the proper quantity of tamper-resistant screws.
f. Ensure that all customer access doors are present, closed, and locked with no visible damage or
signs of forced entry. Check that customer door
numbers are readable.
g. Ensure that the exterior surface of the unit is free
from rust and graffiti.
h. Examine the unit. Check it for defects or damage
and whether it reflects a proper Postal Service
image.
i. Check whether the unit and/or any protecting
structure appears watertight and in good repair.
Check whether there are any noticeable watermarks inside the unit or any wet mail.
j. Note any other conditions that require attention.
Also, look for signs of vandalism such as pry
marks on doors and locks.
4. Record the results of the inspection on the checklist.
5. Submit the completed PS Form 1624 for each unit
reviewed to the maintenance office responsible for
centralized delivery equipment installation and/or
repair in the area.
Carriers must note equipment deficiencies and report
them to the postmaster, supervisor, or designee. The postmaster or designee must then submit PS Form 1624 reporting the equipment defects. In addition, carriers should
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complete PS Form 1767, Report of Hazard, Unsafe Condition, or Practice, for items that pose an immediate threat to
safety, such as an improperly secured or leaning NDCBU/
CBU. Order PS Form 1767 from the MDC using normal
ordering procedures (described on page 8). The relevant
ordering information for PS Form 1767 is as follows:
PSN:
PSIN:
Unit of Measure:
Quick Pick Number:
Bulk Pack Quantity:
Minimum Order:
Price:
7530-01-000-9422
PS1767
SE
141
1000
25
$0.537
The postmaster or supervisor must immediately notify
by telephone the office responsible for repair of reported
hazards. The postmaster or supervisor must follow up to
ensure that the work is satisfactorily completed and documented. The office responsible for repair should use its
local buying authority to accomplish the repairs.
In January 1999, the Postal Service announced that
NDCBUs cannot be installed for delivery of mail beginning
in fiscal year 2000. As previously stated, there are no waivers granted for this policy. The contracts with American
Locker Security Systems, Auth-Florence Manufacturing,
and Security Manufacturing expire May 31, 2005. OPLs are
available only through the national contract with American
Locker. As of June 1, 2005, all orders for CBUs and OPLs
must be placed against the new national contract with AuthFlorence, and all orders must be placed through eBuy.
For eBuy ordering instructions, go to the Blue page at
http://blue.usps.gov; under “Essential Links,” click on eBuy,
then Training. For additional assistance, call 800-USPSHELP.
Cluster Box Units (CBUs)
USPS-B-1118E, June 1994
AMERICAN LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEMS INC
608 ALLEN ST
JAMESTOWN NY 14701-3966
800-828-9118
716-664-9600
716-483-2822 (fax)
www.americanlocker.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0378* — Place orders through eBuy.
Unit is painted plastic — pedestal is painted plastic.
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005, all
USPS purchases will be made through Auth-Florence
Manufacturing Co.
AUTH FLORENCE MANUFACTURING CO
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
800-275-1747
785-323-4400
800-275-5081 (toll-free fax)
785-323-4470 (fax)
www.auth-florence.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0379* — Place orders through eBuy.
Unit is anodized, painted aluminum — pedestal is anodized,
painted stainless steel.
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005,
all USPS purchases will be through Contract #1CDSEQ05-B-3001, available on eBuy on that date. This new contract
incorporates the updated security performance specification,
USPS-B-1118F.
SECURITY MANUFACTURING CORP
815 S MAIN ST
GRAPEVINE TX 76051-5535
800-762-6937
817-329-1600
817-481-3993 (fax)
www.securitymanufacturing.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0380* — Place orders through eBuy.
Unit is anodized, painted aluminum — pedestal is anodized,
painted aluminum.
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005, all
USPS purchases will be made through Auth-Florence
Manufacturing Co.
Outdoor Parcel Locker (OPL)
USPS-B-1116A, September 13, 1989
AMERICAN LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEMS INC
608 ALLEN ST
JAMESTOWN NY 14701-3966
800-828-9118
716-664-9600
716-483-2822 (fax)
www.americanlocker.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0378* — Place orders through eBuy.
Unit is plastic — pedestal is anodized aluminum. (Note:
Pedestal can be used only on American Locker units.)
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005, all
USPS purchases will be made through Auth-Florence
Manufacturing Co.
Replacement Pedestals — NDCBU Universal
AUTH FLORENCE MANUFACTURING CO
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
800-275-1747
785-323-4400
800-275-5081 (toll-free fax)
785-323-4470 (fax)
www.auth-florence.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0379* — Place orders through eBuy.
Pedestal is anodized aluminum. Does not fit Superior units.
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005,
all USPS purchases will be through Contract #1CDSEQ05-B-3001, available on eBuy that date.
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SECURITY MANUFACTURING CORP
815 S MAIN ST
GRAPEVINE TX 76051-5535
800-762-6937
817-329-1600
817-481-3993 (fax)
Contract #072368-01-P-0380* — Place orders through eBuy.
Pedestal is painted aluminum. Does not fit Superior or ARA
units.
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005,
all USPS purchases will be through Contract #1CDSEQ05-B-3001, available on eBuy that date.
Replacement Pedestals — OPL
AMERICAN LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEMS INC
608 ALLEN ST
JAMESTOWN NY 14701-3966
800-828-9118
716-664-9600
716-483-2822 (fax)
www.americanlocker.com
Contract #072368-01-P-0378* — Place orders through eBuy.
Pedestal is anodized aluminum. (Note: Can be used on only
American Locker units.)
* This contract expires May 31, 2005. As of June 1, 2005,
all USPS purchases will be through Contract #1CDSEQ05-B-3001, available on eBuy that date.
AUTH FLORENCE MANUFACTURING CO
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
800-275-1747
785-323-4400
800-275-5081 (toll-free fax)
785-323-4470 (fax)
www.auth-florence.com
Contract #1CDSEQ-05-B-3001 — Place orders through eBuy.
Contract start date is June 1, 2005, available through eBuy.
Apartment House Mail Receptacles — Horizontal
and Vertical
Note: USPS has finalized a complete revision to USPSSTD-4B. The new standard is USPS-STD-4C, effective
September 3, 2004.
For replacement of existing equipment, securityenhanced versions of both horizontal and vertical boxes
are now available. They are referred to as “USPSSTD-4B+” boxes and are designed to fit cleanly into buildings with old USPS-STD-4B boxes.
In the very near future, a new generation of boxes will be
available. The new boxes will be referred to as USPSSTD-4C boxes.
USPS-STD-4B and USPS-STD-4B+ boxes are
approved for Postal Service mail delivery for indoor installations or protected outdoor locations. However, the Postal
Service is prohibited from purchasing this equipment for
apartments. You may only order replacement parts for
Postal Service−owned equipment that was installed in the
past.
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Please refer to the attached timelines on page 20 for
critical dates in implementation of USPS-STD-4C. If there
are any additional questions regarding these timelines,
please contact area or district growth coordinators for further information.
AMERICAN DEVICE MANUFACTURING
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
www.auth-florence.com
800-275-1747
785-323-4400
800-275-5081 (toll-free fax)
785-323-4470 (fax)
Horzontal units only.
AMERICAN EAGLE MANUFACTURING CO
3017 WHEELOCK ST
DALLAS TX 75220-2944
800-488-4810
214-358-5544
214-358-2261 (fax)
Horizontal only.
AUTH FLORENCE MANUFACTURING CO
5935 CORPORATE DR
MANHATTAN KS 66503-9675
www.auth-florence.com
800-275-1747
785-323-4400
800-275-5081 (toll-free fax)
785-323-4470 (fax)
BOMMER INDUSTRIES INC
PO BOX 187
LANDRUM SC 29356-0187
www.bommer.com
800-334-1654
864-457-3301
864-457-5370 (fax)
JENSEN INDUSTRIES INC
1946 E 46TH ST
LOS ANGELES CA 90058-2096
www.jensen-ind.com
323-235-6800
800-882-6489 (fax)
SALSBURY INDUSTRIES
1010 E 62ND ST
LOS ANGELES CA 90001-1598
www.mailboxes.com
800-323-3003
213-232-6181
800-725-9393 (fax)
SECURITY MANUFACTURING CORP
815 S MAIN ST
GRAPEVINE TX 76051-5535
www.securitymanufacturing.com
800-762-6937
817-329-1600
817-481-3993 (fax)
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Locks and Cams, CBU/NDCBU
PSIN 0910A and B (locks) & PSIN 0913A through K
(cams)
USPS-L-1172C, July 23, 2004
COMPX SECURITY PRODUCTS (Formerly National Cabinet
Lock)
200 OLD MILL RD
PO BOX 200
MAULDIN SC 29662-0200
www.compxnet.com
Contact: Craig Lambert
864-286-1694
864-286-1698 (fax)
Contract #ICDSEQ-05-P-0371
Locks, Interlocking System, Parcel Locker, CBU
PSIN 0306P
USPS-L-1294A, November 19, 1996
Note: The items referenced below are only compatible with
CBUs manufactured to USPS-B-1118E, June 1994.
KABA ILCO CORPORATION
400 JEFFREYS RD
PO BOX 2627
ROCKY MOUNT NC 27802-2627
Contact: Mike Philips (x256)
800-334-1381
252-446-3321
252-446-4702 (fax)
No national contract.
AMERICAN LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEMS INC
608 ALLEN ST
JAMESTOWN NY 14701-3966
www.americanlocker.com
800-828-9118
716-664-9600
716-483-2822 (fax)
No national contract.
State and Local Regulations
Some states have enacted laws that are more stringent
and specific about the type of mailbox that may be used,
the post or support that must be used to mount the mailbox,
and the location of the delivery equipment. Regulations and
recommendations published in this notice might not reflect
appropriate requirements for your area. When providing
guidance to the general public concerning mailbox
placement and replacement, advise them not only of Postal
Service regulations but also of any mailbox regulations that
you know have been enacted by state or local authorities.
For further information, visit http://blue.usps.gov/dois/
growth_del_point_mgmt/growth_del_point_mgmt_
overview.htm, or write:
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND
TRANSPORATION OFFICIALS
444 N CAPITOL ST NW STE 249
WASHINGTON DC 20001-1512
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION
OFFICE OF HIGHWAY SAFETY HHS-10
400 7TH ST SW
WASHINGTON DC 20590-0003
Publicity
Postmasters should give these guidelines and suggestions maximum local publicity. Consult your area Public
Affairs and Communications representative for further guidance and assistance in publicizing Mailbox Improvement
Week. The news release on page 18 is provided for postmasters to distribute to daily or weekly newspapers or
broadcast stations in their delivery area to promote Mailbox
Improvement Week. Postmasters should retype the
release double-spaced on Postal Service letterhead. It may
also be helpful to alert the media to locations of particularly
interesting mailboxes in your delivery area.
Responsibility
Motorized city, rural, and highway contract box delivery
route carriers must cooperate to ensure the success of this
endeavor and later report the results to the postmaster. In
addition, postmasters should use the most up-to-date list of
manufacturers and mailbox suppliers when providing
motorized city, rural, and highway contract box delivery
route customers with information about the type of box to
install.
— Delivery Operations,
Delivery and Retail, 5-12-05
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
[INSERT DATE]
Contact: [INSERT YOUR NAME]
[INSERT YOUR PHONE NUMBER]
Internet: www.usps.com
Mailbox Improvement Week Arrives in Time for Spring Cleaning
The U.S. Postal Servicer is asking all [CITY NAME] homeowners to inspect and repair their
mailboxes during Mailbox Improvement Week, May 16–22, says Postmaster [FULL NAME].
“Repairing suburban and rural mailboxes improves the appearance of our community and makes
delivering and receiving mail safer for our carriers and customers,” [LAST NAME] says.
The Postal Servicet makes this annual request because of the wear and tear that occurs to
mailboxes every year. “This is especially important after the effects of last winter,” [HE/SHE] adds [IF
APPLICABLE].
Some of the typical activities that may need to be done include:
H Replacing loose hinges on a mailbox door.
H Repainting a mailbox that may have rusted or started peeling.
H Remounting a mailbox post if loosened.
H Replacing or adding house numbers.
“If a homeowner plans to install a new mailbox or replace a worn one, he or she must use only Postal
Service−approved traditional, contemporary, or locking full- or limited-service mailboxes,” said [LAST
NAME]. “Customers should be careful when purchasing curbside mail receptacles because the use of
unapproved boxes is prohibited. Customers may use a custom-built mailbox, but they must consult with
my office to ensure it conforms to guidelines applying to flag, size, strength, and quality of construction.”
For more information on the use of names or numbers on mailboxes, or answers to any other
questions, contact Postmaster [FULL NAME] at [PHONE NUMBER] or call your local postmaster at
[PHONE NUMBER].
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Exhibit G
(See article on page 7.)
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Domestic Mail
DMM AND IMM REVISIONS
Admission of Flies of the Family Drosophilidae
Effective May 12, 2005, Mailing Standards of the United
States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMMr)
601.9.3.9 and International Mail Manual (IMM) 139.1 are
revised to reflect the admission of flies of the family Drosophilidae. With this admission, the only live animals that are
mailable in the international mailstream are bees, leeches,
silkworms, and flies of the family Drosophilidae. More
varieties of live animals are allowed in the domestic
mailstream.
None of the flies in the family Drosophilidae have any
harmful effect on the environment. None attack growing
produce in the manner of flies such as the “Med fly.” Flies
from this family are not recognized as vectors for human or
animal diseases. They do not bite or sting. Nothing about
these flies poses a hazard to Postal Servicet workers or
the public.
The flies of the family Drosophilidae are widely used in
biomedical research. Hundreds of research laboratories in
more than 40 countries use these organisms for important
scientific studies, and the sharing of fly strains between laboratories is absolutely essential to research progress.
The exchange of flies of the family Drosophilidae is limited to institutions and organizations capable of obtaining the
necessary pre-authorization to mail live animals in the domestic mailstream from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
(USDA).
We will incorporate these revisions into the next printed
version of the DMM and into IMM 31, and also into the online versions of the DMM and IMM, both of which are accessible via Postal Explorerr at http://pe.usps.gov.
Mailing Standards of the United States Postal
Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)
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600
Basic Standards
601
Mailability
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601.9
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601.9.3
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Other live, nonpoisonous, and nondisease-conveying insects, including flies of the family Drosophilidae, may
be sent through the mail when properly prepared for mailing and when shipped under regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Such insects mailed to the Republic of
Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia are also subject to the regulations of the destination country.
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International Mail Manual (IMM)
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International Mail Services
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Mailability
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139
Perishable Matter
139.1
Animals
All live or dead animals are nonmailable, except the
following:
[Revise 139.1a to include flies of the family Drosophilidae
to read as follows:]
a. Live bees, leeches, silkworms, and flies of the family
Drosophilidae (DMM 601.9.3.9).
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— Pricing and Classification,
Mailing Standards, 5-12-05
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Live Animals
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Other Insects
[Revise 601.9.3.9 to include flies of the family Drosophilidae to read as follows (the new text appears in bold here
only for emphasis):]
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Perishables
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601.9.3.9
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DMM REVISION
Minimum Load Standards for Mail Prepared on Pallets
The Postal Servicet is finding ways to make it easier for
customers to enter mail. One way is by providing mailers
with alternatives when preparing mail on pallets. Moving
more mail on pallets, rather than in sacks, also will help increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Effective June 1, 2005, Mailing Standards of the United
States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMMr)
705.8.0 is revised to allow lower minimum loads for specified pallets. Mailers may begin preparing mail according to
the revised standards immediately.
We will incorporate these revisions into the next printed
version of the DMM and into the monthly update of the
online DMM available via Postal Explorerr at
http://pe.usps.com.
Mailing Standards of the United States Postal
Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)
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The following minimum load standards apply to mail prepared on pallets:
a. For Periodicals, Standard Mail, and Package Services (except for Parcel Post mailed at BMC Presort,
OBMC Presort, DSCF, and DDU rates):
1. In a single mailing, the minimum load per pallet
is 250 pounds of bundles, parcels, or sacks,
except as provided in items 2 through 4 below.
When preparing letter trays on pallets, the minimum load is 36 linear feet or three layers of letter trays.
2. There is no minimum load for pallets entered at
a destination delivery unit (DDU) if the mail on
those pallets is for that unit’s service area.
3. A pallet may contain a minimum of 100 pounds
of nonletter-size mail in bundles on any pallet
that is:
a) A BMC/ASF pallet entered at the destination
BMC or ASF;
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b) An ADC pallet entered at the destination
ADC;
c) An SCF pallet entered at the destination
SCF;
Preparation for Pallets
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Advanced Preparation and Special Postage
Payment Systems
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d) The only pallet entered at an individual destination BMC/ASF, ADC, or SCF facility.
4. At an SCF, a 5-digit, 3-digit, or SCF pallet may
contain less than the required minimum load of
mail for that SCF’s service area only if the SCF
manager provides written authorization for
such preparation.
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
DMM REVISION
Mail Processing Categories
Effective immediately, Mailing Standards of the United
States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMMr) part
601 regarding general mailability standards is revised. The
new text provides an overview of how the Postal Servicet
determines the processing category of a mailpiece.
1.0
We will incorporate this revision into the next printed version of DMM and into the monthly update of the online
DMM available via Postal Explorerr at http://pe.usps.com.
There are five mail processing categories for mailpieces:
letter, flat, machinable parcel, irregular parcel, and outside
parcel. We assign each mailpiece to one of these categories based on the physical dimensions and characteristics
of the mailpiece, regardless of the placement or orientation
of the delivery address on the piece. You will find the physical standards for processing categories in 101 for retail
(single-piece rate) mail, 201 for discount letters, 301 for discount flats, and 401 for discount parcels. [C050.1.0]
Mailing Standards of the United States Postal
Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)
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Basic Standards for All Mailing Services
601
Mailability
General Standards
[Renumber current 1.1 through 1.6 as new 1.2 through 1.7.
Add new 1.1 to read as follows:]
1.1
Determining Mail Processing Categories
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NOTICE
Sharps Medical Waste Container No Longer Accepted
Effective immediately, Mailing Standards has revoked
Stericycle, Inc., authorization for sharps medical waste
container USPS-050-A (2-2G-V2). Mailing Standards has
also revoked authorization for SCS Corporation’s identical
sharps medical waste container USPS-052-A (2-2G-V2),
and GRP & Associates, Inc.’s, medical waste container
USPS-058J (GRP 2-2G).
Postal Servicet employees must not accept containers
bearing the model numbers listed above. If containers are
identified already in the mailstream, set them aside and
contact the addressee to pick them up. If customers ask
why we are refusing to accept the container, tell them it is
no longer considered mailable and they should contact the
appropriate manufacturer.
Authorization for this particular container was revoked
because testing revealed that the container did not satisfy
all required packaging standards.
This notice applies only to the model numbers identified
above. Stericycle, SCS, and GRP manufacture and distribute other authorized sharps medical waste containers.
These containers should continue to be accepted for mailing by the Postal Service.
— Mailing Standards,
Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
POSTAGE STATEMENTS
Ordering Instructions for Redesigned Postage Statements
The following postage statements — first announced in the article titled “Revised Forms: Redesigned Postage Statements” in Postal Bulletin 22150 (3-17-05, pages 11–42) — are available online and through the Material Distribution Center
(MDC) (all have an edition date of April 2005):
H PS Form 3541, Postage Statement — Periodicals — One Issue or One Edition.
H PS Form 3600-EZ, Postage Statement — First-Class Mail — Easy — Nonautomation Letters, Cards, or Flats.
H PS Form 3600-R, Postage Statement — First-Class Mail & Priority Mail.
H PS Form 3602-EZ, Postage Statement — Standard Mail — Easy — Nonautomation Letters or Flats.
H PS Form 3602-N, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail.
H PS Form 3602-NZ, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail — Easy — Nonautomation Letters or Flats.
H PS Form 3602-R, Postage Statement — Standard Mail.
Although several of the redesigned forms have multiple pages, the new editions allow mailers to use only the pages needed for a particular mailing. Consequently, PS Forms 3541, 3600-R, 3602-N, and 3602-R are available from the MDC in onepage and two-page increments to allow mailers to order only the pages they need. (See the ordering information at the end of
this article.)
Mailers may continue to use the previously existing editions of these forms unless they are participating in an experimental
classification or are mailing items using detached address labels. Both the previously existing editions and the April 2005
editions are available online. The MDC has discarded all its stock of the previously existing editions and will fulfill all new
orders with the April 2005 editions. (See the article titled “Forms: Availability of Certain Postage Statements” starting on page
25 in this issue of the Postal Bulletin.)
These postage statements are available on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site:
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under “Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Click on Forms.
(The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
These postage statements are also available on the Postal Service Internet:
H Go to www.usps.com.
H Click on About USPS & News, then Forms & Publications, then Find a Form, then All Online PDF Forms in Numeric
Order, and then on the appropriate form number.
(The direct URL for the Internet Web site listing all available Postal Service forms is usps.com/forms/allforms.htm.)
You can order these postage statements from the MDC and use touch tone order entry (TTOE): Call 800-332-0317,
option 2.
Note: You must be registered to use TTOE. To register, call 800-332-0317, option 1, extension 2925, and follow the
prompts to leave a message. (Wait 48 hours after registering before placing your first order.)
Use the following information to order these postage statements.
Note: These forms are not available in a bulk pack quantity. Please order only what is minimally required.
PSIN
PS3541-1
PS3541-3
PS3541-I
PS3600-EZ
PS3600-R1
PS3600-R3I
PS3602-EZ
PS3602-N1
Description
PS Form 3541, pp. 1 & 2
PS Form 3541, pp. 3 & 4
PS Form 3541, Instructions
PS Form 3600-EZ, complete form (p. 1 & Instructions)
PS Form 3600-R, pp. 1 & 2
PS Form 3600-R, p. 3 & Instructions
PS Form 3602-EZ, complete form (p. 1 & Instructions)
PS Form 3602-N, pp. 1 & 2
PSN
7530-07-000-6222
7530-07-000-6223
7530-07-000-6224
7530-07-000-6220
7530-07-000-6217
7530-07-000-6218
7530-07-000-6221
7530-07-000-6213
Unit of
Measure
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Minimum
Order Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Price
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0159
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
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PSIN
PS3602-N3
PS3602-N5
PS3602-NI
PS3602-NZ
PS3602-R1
PS3602-R3
PS3602-R5
PS3602-RI
Description
PS Form 3602-N, pp. 3 & 4
PS Form 3602-N, pp. 5 & 6
PS Form 3602-N, Instructions
PS Form 3602-NZ, complete form (p. 1 & Instructions)
PS Form 3602-R, pp. 1 & 2
PS Form 3602-R, pp. 3 & 4
PS Form 3602-R, pp. 5 & 6
PS Form 3602-R, Instructions
PSN
7530-07-000-6214
7530-07-000-6215
7530-07-000-6216
7530-07-000-6219
7530-07-000-6209
7530-07-000-6210
7530-07-000-6211
7530-07-000-6212
Unit of
Measure
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Minimum
Order Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Price
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0159
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0159
— Mailing Standards, Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
FORMS
Availability of Certain Postage Statements
The following postage statements are still effective and acceptable, but are available from the Material Distribution Center
(MDC) only while current supplies last (see the ordering information at the end of this article):
H PS Form 3600-P, Postage Statement — First-Class Mail — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3600-PM, Postage Statement — Priority Mail — Permit Imprint.
H PS Form 3602-HP, Postage Statement — Standard Mail Heavy Letters — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-HR, Postage Statement — Standard Mail Heavy Letters — Permit Imprint.
H PS Form 3602-P, Postage Statement — Standard Mail Letters and Flats — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-PS, Postage Statement — Standard Mail Subject to Surcharge — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-RS, Postage Statement — Standard Mail Subject to Surcharge — Permit Imprint.
H PS Form 3602-NHP, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Heavy Letters — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-NHR, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Heavy Letters — Permit Imprint.
H PS Form 3602-NP, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Letters and Flats — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-NPS, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Subject to Surcharge — Postage Affixed.
H PS Form 3602-NS, Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Subject to Surcharge — Permit Imprint.
The following postage statements are still effective and acceptable but are no longer available from the MDC. Note that
there are revised editions of these forms that have the same or similar PSINs and/or titles — see the article titled “Postage
Statements: Ordering Instructions for Redesigned Postage Statements” starting on page 24 in this issue of the Postal
Bulletin. However, the key differences between the forms noted below and the revised editions are the edition dates and
PSNs.
PSIN
PS Form 3541
PS Form 3600-EZ
PS Form 3600-R
PS Form 3602-EZ
PS Form 3602-N
PS Form 3602-NZ
PS Form 3602-R
Title
Postage Statement — Periodicals — One Issue or One Edition
Postage Statement — First-Class Mail — Easy — Nonautomation
Letters, Cards, or Flats — Permit Imprint
Postage Statement — First-Class Mail — Permit Imprint
Postage Statement — Standard Mail — Easy — Nonautomation Letters
or Flats — Permit Imprint
Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail Letters and Flats —
Permit Imprint
Postage Statement — Nonprofit Standard Mail — Easy —
Nonautomation Letters or Flats — Permit Imprint
Postage Statement — Standard Mail Letters and Flats — Permit Imprint
Edition Date
June 2002
June 2002
PSN
7530-05-000-4277
7530-03-000-4270
August 2003
June 2002
7530-02-000-8049
7530-05-000-4273
August 2003
7530-02-000-8047
June 2002
7530-05-000-4276
August 2003
7530-02-000-8053
PS Form 3600-PMX, Postage Statement — Priority Mail Flat-Rate Box Experiment — Permit Imprint, is still effective and
acceptable, but is available only online (see the online information later in this article).
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Even though all the postage statements noted in this article are still effective and acceptable, mailers can use in their place
the redesigned postage statements noted in the previously mentioned article starting on page 24 in this issue of the Postal
Bulletin. For example, mailers who have used forms having a PSIN that includes “3600” can use the appropriate revised
postage statements having a PSIN that includes “3600”; mailers who have used forms having a PSIN that includes “3602”
can use the appropriate revised postage statements having a PSIN that includes “3602.”
For more information on postage statements, see the article titled “Revised Forms: Redesigned Postage Statements” in
Postal Bulletin 22150 (3-17-05, pages 11–42).
All of the postage statements noted in this article are still available on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site:
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under “Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Click on Forms.
(The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
All these postage statements are also available on the Postal Service Internet:
H Go to www.usps.com.
H Click on About USPS & News, then Forms & Publications, then Find a Form, then All Online PDF Forms in Numeric
Order, and then on the appropriate form number.
(The direct URL for the Internet Web site listing all available Postal Service forms is usps.com/forms/allforms.htm.)
You can order the following postage statements from the MDC — while current supplies last — and use touch tone order
entry (TTOE): Call 800-332-0317, option 2.
Note: You must be registered to use TTOE. To register, call 800-332-0317, option 1, extension 2925, and follow the
prompts to leave a message. (Wait 48 hours after registering before placing your first order.)
Use the following information to order these postage statements.
Note: These forms are not available in a bulk pack quantity. Please order only what is minimally required.
PSIN
PS3600-P
PS3600-PM
PS3602-HP
PS3602-HR
PS3602-P
PS3602-PS
PS3602-RS
PS3602-NHP
PS3602-NHR
PS3602-NP
PS3602-NPS
PS3602-NS
Title
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
(See above)
Edition Date
August 2003
June 2002
June 2002
June 2002
August 2003
August 2003
August 2003
June 2002
June 2002
August 2003
August 2003
August 2003
PSN
7530-03-000-7026
7530-04-000-5558
7530-05-000-5029
7530-05-000-5028
7510-05-000-4296
7530-05-000-4272
7530-05-000-4271
7530-05-000-5033
7530-05-000-5030
7530-05-000-5031
7530-05-000-4275
7530-05-000-4274
Unit of
Measure
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
Minimum
Order Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Price
$0.0189
$0.0159
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
$0.0189
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Employees
HANDBOOK EL-312 REVISION
Employment Programs
Effective May 12, 2005, Handbook EL-312, Employment
and Placement, is revised to reflect changes to employment programs.
We will incorporate the revision to Handbook EL-312
into the online version, available on the Postal Servicet
PolicyNet Web site:
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click
on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under
“Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Click on HBKs.
(The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet Web
site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
Handbook EL-312 is available also on the Internet:
H Go to www.usps.com.
H Click on About USPS & News, then Forms & Publications, then Postal Periodicals and Publications, and
then Handbooks.
Summary of Changes
Exhibit 233.32, Competitive Service and Excepted
Service Organizations, is revised to add Transportation
Security Agency to the list of excepted agencies.
233.342, Between the Postal Service and Other Federal
Organizations, is revised to correct reference from 234.23
to 234.231.
462.52, When Offices Should Be Removed, is revised to
add additional reason (difficult recruiting) to justify removing
an office from an area eligibility register (AER) or mega
register.
512.21, Preemployment Orientation, is revised in item b
to change salary to pay and to add “probationary/evaluation
period, and training requirements that must be met to be
retained.”
Exhibit 512.22, Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 1
only), is revised to expand Special Agency Check blocks
and add recommendation to interviewer certification.
513.2, Minimum and Maximum Age Requirements, is
revised to correct the maximum age for an applicant for
postal inspector from 35 to 36.
54, Premployment Interview, is revised to add that the
interviewer recommends or does not recommend the applicant to the selecting official and clarifies that a new interviewer must take the Interviewer Training course 21585-00.
Exhibit 541, Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 1), is
revised to expand Special Agency Check blocks and add
recommendation to interviewer certification.
Exhibit 541, Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 2), is
revised to add a new block to assess any lost time from
military service.
562, Processing OPM-IS Form 86C, is revised to correct
“newly hired postal employees” to “newly selected
applicants.”
317.2, Ordering Materials, is revised to remove the name
of a form because material is ordered from the National
Test Administration Center (NTAC).
Handbook EL-312, Employment and Placement
414.5, Order for EAS Scientific and Professional
Positions, is revised to restore “scientific and professional”
text from section 241.321 of Handbook EL-311 and to
remove reference to executive and administrative schedule
(EAS) levels.
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455.2, Terminated Register, is revised to clarify processing of remaining lost considerations on a register that is
terminated.
461, Definitions, is revised to add “Installations must be
within commuting distance” to the definition for a conventional register.
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233.32 Reinstatement
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appear ahead of TP applicants.
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[Revise Exhibit 233.32 as shown on page 31.]
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233.34 Dual Employment
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Organizations
455.2
[Revise the note in 233.342 by replacing the section number “234.23” with “234.231” to read as follows:]
If a register is terminated before the correct number of lost
considerations is given to an applicant, the applicant’s
name is entered at the top of the successor register according to the score from the terminated register until remaining
lost considerations are provided. This is done even if the
successor register has different examination requirements.
Once the lost considerations have been given, then the
score that came from the terminated register becomes inactive. If the applicant qualifies on the new examination, the
new score is placed in the usual position on the register.
Note: The Army refers to terminal leave as transitional
leave, and issues DA 31, Request and Authority for Leave,
to the veteran, that indicates that the individual is on official
leave. The Air Force and Navy do not provide leave orders
for individuals going on terminal leave. See 234.231 for restrictions on hiring employees of other federal agencies to
noncareer positions in the Postal Service.
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Introduction
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Change to Register Configuration
461
Definitions
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and add the sentence “Installations must be within commuting distance” to the end of the part to read as follows:]
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414.5
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A mega register is similar to an AER. It serves up to 99
installations that are not necessarily within commuting distance of each other. Mega registers can only be used with
Battery 473 examination results.
Examination administrators order test materials from NTAC
when the approximate number of applications received is
determined.
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[Revise the text of 317.2 to read as follows:]
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An Area Eligibility Register (AER) is a register that serves 2
or more installations, up to a maximum of 50; however,
NTAC may authorize combining AERs to serve up to 99
installations. Offices that are not within commuting distance
are usually not included in an AER. If commuting distances
are not practical, the AER concept may not work effectively.
AERs are not used for Battery 473 examination ratings.
Ordering Materials
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Terminated Register
[Revise the text of 455.2 to read as follows:]
Order for EAS Scientific and Professional
Positions
Applicants for EAS scientific and professional positions are
arranged by final numerical ratings, including claimed veterans’ preference points, in descending order. To break ties
where the final scores are the same, applicants with CP or
A conventional register is a one-list register that may serve
more than one installation. Installations must be within
commuting distance.
462
Considerations
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462.52 When Offices Should Be Removed
Exhibit 512.22
[Revise 462.52 to read as follows:]
[Revise Exhibit 512.22 as shown on page 32.]
If the AER or mega register does not have an adequate
number of applicants available to meet hiring needs for a
particular office, human resources may canvass other
applicants on the register who wish to be considered for
that office but do not currently have that office as a choice.
See 462.53. If a canvass does not yield enough applicants
for the office, Human Resources arranges an announcement and publicity in all of the communities served by the
AER or mega register for the appropriate examination to be
reannounced. In some situations that make recruiting difficult such as limited work hours, it may be more efficient for
human resources to remove those offices from the AER or
mega register and establish a new conventional register,
small AER, or small mega register to customize the announcement to the community where the recruitment need
is the greatest. Offices removed from an AER or mega register can be set up in a conventional register, small AER, or
small mega register format. The scores generated from
opening an examination with focused recruiting for a new
register can be more easily monitored and evaluated to
ensure recruitment goals are met.
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Suitability
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Employment Eligibility and Suitability
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Screening Process Philosophy
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Sequence of Screening Activities
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512.21 Preemployment Orientation
***Applicants are scheduled for a preemployment orientation session consisting of, but not limited to, the following
activities:
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[Revise 512.21b to read as follows:]
b. Explanation of pay, benefits, terms of employment,
job expectations, probationary/evaluation period, and
training requirements that must be met to be
retained.
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512.22 Prescreening
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Eligibility Requirements
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Minimum and Maximum Age Requirements
There is no maximum age limit for appointment to positions
in the Postal Service, and the general minimum age requirement is 18 at the time of appointment. The following
are exceptions:
[Revise 513.2a by replacing the number “35” with “36” to
read as follows:]
a. Postal inspector positions. An applicant must be at
least 21 years old, but not older than 36, to apply for
postal inspector positions.
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[Revise subchapter 54 and part 541 to read as follows:]
54
Preemployment Interview
The one-on-one interview provides the last opportunity to
resolve any questions regarding eligibility and suitability
and to gauge the degree of fit between the applicant and
the job. This determination should weigh such factors as
work setting and job content, and performance dimensions
such as communications skills, cooperation, adaptability,
and dependability. The interviewer recommends or does
not recommend the applicant for employment to the selecting official.
541
Training and Preparation of Interviewers
Prior to the interview, the interviewer who must be an EAS
employee or an authorized contractor should thoroughly review the preemployment investigation file containing all the
information collected from and about the applicant, including the interview checklist (see Exhibit 541, Interview Sheet
and Checklist, Pages 1, 2, and 3). New interviewers must
successfully complete the Interviewer Training course
21585-00 using the restricted Interview Guide and the restricted Interviewer’s Toolkit. Interviewers must be familiar
with the interview process and general interviewing techniques, strategies, and applicable regulatory issues. Interviewers must prepare for each interview by (1) familiarizing
themselves with the information that is known about the applicant, and (2) determining what questions to ask the applicant or what information to seek to determine the
applicant’s viability.
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Exhibit 541 (page 1)
562
[Revise Exhibit 541 (page 1) to read as shown on page 33.]
[Revise 562 to read as follows:]
Exhibit 541 (page 2)
OPM-IS Form 86C, Special Agreement Check, dated August 1995 or later, and SF 87, Fingerprint Chart, dated April
1984 or later, with OPM’s originating identifier (ORI) USOPMOOOZ FIPC, Boyers, PA, must be completed for all newly
selected applicants. Special Agency Check with Inquiries
(SACI) requests are submitted to OPM once an individual
has been given a bona fide job offer.
[Revise Exhibit 541 (page 2) to read as shown on page 34.]
*
56
*
*
*
*
*
*
Special Agency Check
*
*
*
Processing OPM-IS Form 86C
*
*
*
*
*
— Selection, Evaluation, and Recognition,
Employee Resource Management, 5-12-05
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Exhibit 233.32
Competitive Service and Excepted Service Organizations
Competitive Service and Excepted Service Organizations
Individuals employed by executive branch organizations designated as competitive service organizations may be eligible
for noncompetitive transfer into the Postal Service, provided they were hired competitively into a career or career-conditional position and are currently serving satisfactorily in such a position. Individuals employed by executive branch organizations designated as excepted service organizations by Executive Order, by the Office of Personnel Management, and by
statute are not eligible for noncompetitive transfer to the Postal Service.
An applicant may not be eligible for transfer even though he or she is employed by an agency listed under competitive service
organizations below. For agencies not listed, contact them to determine their status. The hiring authority information on an
applicant’s PS Form 50 will aid employing offices in determining transfer eligibility.
Examples of Competitive Service Organizations
Note: This is a partial listing of competitive service organizations:
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of Commerce
Department of Defense
Department of Education
Department of Energy
Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Department of the Navy
Department of State
Department of Transportation
Examples of Excepted Service Organizations
Note: This is a partial listing of excepted service organizations:
Central Intelligence Agency
Department of the Treasury
Department of Veterans Affairs
Environmental Protection Agency
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Farm Credit Administration
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Labor Relations Authority
Federal Reserve System
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
Federal Trade Commission
General Accounting Office
General Services Administration
Merit Systems Protection Board
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Labor Relations Board
National Science Foundation
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Office of Government Ethics
Office of Personnel Management
Office of Special Counsel
Peace Corps
Postal Rate Commission
Securities and Exchange Commission
Selective Service Commission
Small Business Administration
Social Security Administration
Tennessee Valley Authority
Transportation Security Agency
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Exhibit 512.22
Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 1 only)
Restricted Information
Authorized Personnel Only
Interview Certification
Name: __________________________________ Applicant ID: ______________________________
Interview Certification
Initial
Column
Yes
No
PS Form 61
Interview/Job Offer
Sections 9–13
Given to applicant to
read and attest by
signature and date
This applicant was interviewed by:
(Print Name)
(Title)
Circle One:
Recommend
Verified that applicant
signed and dated
section 13
Initial
Column
Yes
No
Special Agency
Check (SAC)
Verified that results
were reviewed for
criminal convictions
dealing
g with violent
ff
i l di
offenses
including
assault with a
weapon, armed
burglary, and drugrelated convictions
Verified that results
were reviewed for
misdemeanor
convictions such as
convictions,
g
drunkenness leading
t brawls
to
b
l that
th t indicate
i di t
a pattern of violence
Strongly Recommend
Not Recommended
(Signature)
(Date)
Initial
Column
Yes
No
No
Yes
Form I-9
Completed and indicates
requirement met
Initial
Column
Yes
Initial
Column
INS
No
PS Form 1750
Verified that PS Form
1750 was completed by
supervisor and received
by HR
Initial
Column
PS Form 61
Orientation
Completed sections 14–17 at
orientation or first work day
Were any changes and/or
derogatory information identified?
Yes
No
Special Agency
Check (SAC)
Initiated ___________
(Date)
Successfully completed
Reason(s) for decision to rate as suitable when derogatory information exists:
I certify that this applicant meets personal
suitability and eligibility requirements for
employment
(Check √ box)
Yes
May 2005
No
Signature/Title of Manager and Date Signed:
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Exhibit 541
Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 1)
Restricted Information
Authorized Personnel Only
Interview Certification
Name: __________________________________ Applicant ID: ______________________________
Interview Certification
Initial
Column
Yes
No
PS Form 61
Interview/Job Offer
Sections 9–13
Given to applicant to
read and attest by
signature and date
This applicant was interviewed by:
(Print Name)
(Title)
Circle One:
Recommend
Verified that applicant
signed and dated
section 13
Initial
Column
Yes
No
Special Agency
Check (SAC)
Verified that results
were reviewed for
criminal convictions
dealing
g with violent
ff
i l di
offenses
including
assault with a
weapon, armed
burglary, and drugrelated convictions
Verified that results
were reviewed for
misdemeanor
convictions such as
convictions,
g
drunkenness leading
t brawls
to
b
l that
th t indicate
i di t
a pattern of violence
Strongly Recommend
Not Recommended
(Signature)
(Date)
Initial
Column
Yes
No
No
Yes
Form I-9
Completed and indicates
requirement met
Initial
Column
Yes
Initial
Column
INS
No
PS Form 1750
Verified that PS Form
1750 was completed by
supervisor and received
by HR
Initial
Column
PS Form 61
Orientation
Completed sections 14–17 at
orientation or first work day
Were any changes and/or
derogatory information identified?
Yes
No
Special Agency
Check (SAC)
Initiated ___________
(Date)
Successfully completed
Reason(s) for decision to rate as suitable when derogatory information exists:
I certify that this applicant meets personal
suitability and eligibility requirements for
employment
(Check √ box)
Yes
May 2005
No
Signature/Title of Manager and Date Signed:
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Exhibit 541 (continued)
Interview Sheet and Checklist (page 2)
Application Forms and Interview Checklist
Veteran Preference
Initial
Column
Yes
No
Preference claimed
SF 15 obtained
Form 2488 authorization obtained
and records requested, if required
Military Service, PS Form 2591 and
DD Form 214
Service listed in D1 and D5
Questions D2 or E7b answered
Yes
DD Form 214(s) show discharge
other than Honorable
Lost time indicated
Military inquiry initiated
Qualified for military service
Age, PS Form 2591
Question A5 reviewed
Applicant meets requirement
Selective Service, PS Form 61
Applicant is a male born after
12-31-59
PS Form 61 indicates applicant is
registered and meets requirements
or exception
Postal Relative, PS Form 2591
Question E9 and F reviewed
Has nonbargaining relative
Drug Screen
Initiated
Qualified on drug screen
May 2005
Employment History,
PS Form 2591
Initial
Column
Yes
No
Comments: Discuss or
Confirm with Applicant
During Interview
Question E4 or E5 answered Yes
F has unclear, missing, or
derogatory information for E4 or E5
Prior Postal or Federal Service, E8
OPF Reviewed
PS Form 2591 — Section C
Work history not shown for 10 years
or back to age 16 - history is
missing from _______ to _______
Gap(s) of over 1 month (list
numbers) between _______ and
_______
Employment 1: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Employment 2: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Employment 3: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Employment 4: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Employment 5: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Employment 6: Has unclear,
missing, or derogatory information
Qualified for employment history
Review questions E4 and E5
with applicant and Initial
Driving History (Driving Positions Only)
Abstracts(s) and PS Form 2480
reviewed and compared with Table
of Disqualifications
Valid state drivers license verified
Qualified for driving history
Criminal History Convictions
PS Form 2591
Question E7a answered Yes
Criminal conviction(s) on criminal
record check(s)
Qualified for criminal conviction
history
Review question E7a with
applicant and Initial
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
HANDBOOK EL-814 REVISION
Postal Employee’s Guide to Safety
Effective May 12, 2005, Handbook EL-814, Postal
Employee’s Guide to Safety, is revised to update policies
and procedures because of changes in Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards and Postal
Servicet policies:
Section IV — Personal Safety and Protective
Equipment
*
B.
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click
on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under
“Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Introduction
*
[Revise the fourth paragraph to read as follows:]
If you observe an unsafe condition or an unsafe act, report
it immediately to your supervisor. Use PS Form 1767,
Report of Hazard, Unsafe Condition, or Practice, to document the condition. If you wish to submit your report anonymously, file the PS Form 1767 directly with your
installation’s safety officer or collateral-duty safety officer.
PS Form 1767 should be available in your work area.
*
*
*
*
*
Section III — Fire Prevention and Protection
*
E.
*
*
*
*
*
*
Flammable Materials
*
*
*
[Revise the fourth bullet to read as follows:]
H Follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
of your facility’s Hazardous Materials & Spill Response document and also follow guidance found in
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) for handling
spills and leaks of specific products and chemicals.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
At a minimum, face shields for the following types of work
are mandatory:
— Handling or
chemicals.
pouring
acid
or
other
corrosive
— Using an emery wheel or grinding, riveting, chipping,
or sandblasting equipment.
— Working in areas designated as rewrap operations,
where eye hazards exist.
Handbook EL-814, Postal Employee’s Guide
to Safety
*
*
[In the first bullet, revise the bulleted sublist to read as
follows:]
(The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet Web
site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
*
*
1. Eye and Face Protection
H Then click on HBKs.
*
*
Personal Protective Equipment
*
We will incorporate these revisions into the next printed
edition of Handbook EL-814 and into the online version
accessible on the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site.
*
*
*
*
*
*
Section V — Housekeeping and Sanitation
*
F.
*
*
*
*
Using Compressed Air
[Revise the second bullet to read as follows:]
H Do not use compressed air to clean machinery or
parts in mail processing areas. Use vacuum cleaners
for this purpose. Follow the most current maintenance policies and procedures.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Section X — Motor Vehicles
*
E.
*
Driving Regulations
*
4.
*
*
*
Parking
[Revise the first bullet to read as follows:]
Whenever you leave the vehicle, park it, following these
steps:
1. Apply the foot brake and place the automatic transmission in the park position. Place manual transmissions in gear.
2. Curb the wheels.
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
3. Set the hand-parking/emergency brake.
6. If the vehicle will be out of your sight, lock the vehicle.
*
4. Turn off the engine and remove the key.
5. Lock any sliding door(s) between the truck body and
the cab.
*
*
*
*
— Safety Performance Management,
Employee Resource Management, 5-12-05
Finance
HANDBOOK F-1 REVISION
Account Identifier Code 525 Change
Effective May 12, 2005, Account Identifier Code (AIC) 525, Precanceled Stamp Refunds, is deactivated and placed on the
reserve list. Do not use AIC 525 for refund of precanceled stamps. Procedures for unused precanceled stamps are outlined in
the Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service — Domestic Mail Manual (DMMr) 604, Postage Payment
Methods, under 10.1.6, Exchange of Spoiled and Unused Postal Matter.
We will incorporate this revision into the next printed edition of Handbook F-1 and into the next update of the online version
accessible on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site:
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under “Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Click on HBKs.
(The direct URL for the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
Handbook F-1, Post Office Accounting Procedures
*
Appendix A
*
*
*
*
*
Account Identifier Code and General Ledger Account Crosswalk
*
*
*
*
[Revise AIC 525 to read as follows:]
AIC
525
General
Description
Reserved
Master Title
Reserved
*
*
*
*
GLA
Reserved
FPR
Reserved
Revenue
Reserved
*
— Revenue and Field Accounting, Finance and Mailing Standards, Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
CLARIFICATION — HANDBOOK F-1 AND DMM REVISIONS
Cashing Postal Money Orders, Postal Service Commercial Checks, and Treasury
Checks
This article clarifies the article “Handbook F-1 and DMM
Revisions: Cashing Postal Money Orders, Postal Service
Commercial Checks, and Treasury Checks” published in
Postal Bulletin 22153 (4-28-05, pages 45–48). The policy
and procedures for cashing postal money orders, Postal
Servicet commercial checks, and treasury checks was
effective April 28, 2005.
— Revenue and Field Accounting,
Finance, 5-12-05
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
HANDBOOK F-1 REVISION
New Account Identifier Code for SPORT Offices
Effective May 20, 2005, Small Post Office Reporting Tool (SPORT) Post Officest and retail units using the Mobile Data
Collection Device (MDCD) scanner to report their daily financial report will follow a new process to report stamp stock
accountability overages.
Offices will continue to report overage amounts into account identifier code (AIC) 057, Employee Stamp Credit Overage,
and will offset the amount to the new AIC 650, Stock Examination Overage, and the scanner will compute the new AIC 843,
Stock Adjustment Overage. The use of AIC 650 and AIC 843 will increase stamp accountability as a result of an overage in a
stamp stock examination.
First, make the following entries on the manual PS Form 1412, Daily Financial Report:
H In the Receipts column, record the amount in AIC 057.
H In the Disbursements section, write in the AIC 650 and the amount.
H In the Stamp Accountability section, write in the AIC 843 and the amount (+).
Second, using your MDCD scanner, make the following entries in the SAFR AIC Activities menu, option 1: MISC AICS:
H AIC 057 and amount.
H AIC 650 and amount.
Do not make an entry into AIC 843. The MDCD scanner is programmed to automatically adjust AIC 843, which will increase stamp accountability. This amount will show up on the SAFR Acctability Summary screen.
Note: Offices will no longer use AIC 090, Postage Stock Sales, to offset an overage in a stamp stock examination.
We will incorporate these revisions into the next printed edition of Handbook F-1 and into the next update of the online
version accessible on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site:
H Go to http://blue.usps.gov.
H Under “Essential Links” in the left-hand column, click on References.
H Under “References” in the right-hand column, under “Policies,” click on PolicyNet.
H Then click on HBKs.
(The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.)
Handbook F-1, Post Office Accounting Procedures
*
*
*
*
*
Appendix A
*
Account Identifier Code and General Ledger Account Crosswalk
*
*
*
*
[Insert AIC 650 to read as follows:]
AIC
650
Master Title
Stock Examination Overage
*
*
*
General Description
Adjustment to increase stamp accountability as a result of an
overage in a stamp stock examination. This is a decrease to the
unit’s stamp sales (SPORT offices only).
*
GLA
41110650
*
[Insert AIC 843 to read as follows:]
843
Stock Adjustment Overage
*
*
*
Adjustment to increase stamp accountability as a result of an
overage in a stamp stock examination.
*
*
— Revenue and Field Accounting, Finance, 5-12-05
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Fraud Alert
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Domestic Orders
False Representation. Enforced by postmasters at the cities listed below.
NJ, Little Falls 07424-1216
Names and Addresses Covered
CHRISTOPHER J. HRADIL, INC., PO Box 1216
Product
The sale of merchandise
— Judicial Officer, 5-12-05
PULL-OUT SECTION
State/City/ZIP Code
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Invalid Express Mail Corporate Account Numbers
These numbers are to be posted and used by retail/
acceptance clerks. This listing supersedes all previous notices, which must be recycled. Retail/acceptance clerks
must not accept Express Mailr shipments bearing any of
the invalid numbers (listed below) in the “customer
006022
006144
006218
006650
007312
008067
008155
008208
008227
008400
008492
008668
009075
009225
009274
009352
009435
009530
009691
009750
009757
009861
010063
010518
010607
010653
010711
010783
011375
012130
012261
012293
012364
013091
013135
013239
014330
014388
014955
014970
015045
015309
015652
015710
016130
016392
016518
016556
016758
016827
018054
018059
018097
018251
019195
019269
019467
019472
020021
020035
020046
020112
020114
020326
020403
020417
020423
020494
020498
020540
020545
020577
020586
020619
020622
020624
021209
021651
022032
022225
022411
022723
023163
023182
023242
023335
023341
023366
023413
023438
023498
023553
023560
025023
025335
025336
025366
025417
025428
025433
025436
025438
025448
025449
025450
025458
025461
025466
025488
026084
026242
026305
026459
026464
026476
026505
026509
026528
026543
026610
027060
027086
027087
027125
027140
027173
027195
027274
027353
027419
027495
027521
027528
027549
027768
027975
027987
028184
028418
028429
028457
028517
028652
028769
028772
028802
028813
028818
028822
028834
028852
028872
028877
028942
028992
029122
029352
029660
030047
030229
030314
030324
034006
038092
038208
038221
038519
038527
038636
040334
040344
041006
043002
043301
044048
045022
050011
055104
055210
057099
060216
060250
060657
060809
060835
061071
061370
061712
063122
064545
064592
064776
067391
068017
068052
068283
068300
068483
068514
068558
068601
068613
069090
069102
069185
069255
069407
069465
069480
069635
069914
070028
070246
070426
070474
071035
071107
075029
075124
075233
075241
075361
075369
075455
075570
075681
075831
075990
076160
076453
079020
080396
080449
080501
080518
080640
085748
085910
088070
088072
088129
088350
088520
088740
089331
089441
090802
091848
092084
092165
092428
092473
092829
092938
093063
094497
094605
095106
095161
095253
095880
095949
095993
096002
096595
096713
096892
097199
097318
097748
098041
098053
098205
098226
098250
098481
098557
098630
098664
100162
100287
100344
100375
100376
100464
100488
100544
102651
103112
103283
103285
103390
103515
104231
104514
105195
105327
105571
105612
105751
105981
106520
106601
107121
107256
107289
107291
108429
108457
108939
108941
108946
109024
109285
109798
109874
109878
109911
109986
111070
111403
111452
111492
111846
111849
112171
112766
113967
115018
115165
115178
115291
115361
115725
115943
116010
117025
117038
117156
117220
117257
117443
117477
117548
117576
117608
117642
117668
117707
117737
119051
119114
119540
120168
120203
120320
120325
121194
121254
121282
122229
122348
125010
125017
125072
125253
125380
126001
126027
127015
128141
128934
129844
129932
129942
134054
134059
142109
number” or “agreement number” section of the label or
form.
Note: The first 6 digits of a 9-digit Custom Designed Service and Next Day Pickup Service Agreement make up the
Corporate Account Number.
142168
142249
142310
142354
142393
142395
142401
142408
142427
142434
142555
142595
142623
142776
142836
142845
142877
142956
142973
146044
146046
146052
146063
146122
146151
146466
146473
146549
146586
146594
146742
146761
146765
146775
146785
148219
148229
148267
148272
148343
151190
152262
152782
152856
156085
159039
165030
165164
165171
165233
171108
171151
171173
171208
171211
171258
171308
171312
174050
176101
177023
184045
185032
185056
185081
186003
186008
191521
191697
191759
191907
192117
192258
192470
192707
192715
192884
192891
192930
193222
196054
197055
197110
198044
198224
198267
199056
200195
200469
200525
200644
200658
200727
206134
207582
207914
207915
208567
208990
210096
210454
210711
210798
210814
212239
212667
212751
212784
212862
212897
212914
218002
220550
221380
221488
221619
221682
222344
223028
229081
231010
232354
235295
235549
245321
250102
250104
256625
257139
259003
270023
271063
274229
275061
276009
276016
282411
282754
282851
282881
286110
287045
292216
292284
292401
293216
294577
296198
296514
300095
301245
301318
301319
301367
301450
301460
302702
305062
305544
305995
309016
311058
311390
312466
312538
317243
317345
320019
320789
320891
320892
321021
321221
321257
322115
322182
322765
323200
323730
324072
325009
326011
326018
326567
327022
327033
327724
327797
328006
328013
328053
328573
328671
328770
329162
329335
329569
329664
329686
330083
330101
330135
330170
330420
330483
330861
331005
331035
331108
331124
331258
331583
332009
332091
332166
332211
332347
332387
332750
332805
332927
333020
333021
333063
333098
333210
333507
334054
334644
335050
335235
335267
335279
335305
335417
335888
336197
336219
336742
339878
340003
340255
340296
340400
340592
344012
344066
347013
347094
349024
349134
349373
349422
349445
349542
349555
349560
349635
349663
349705
349787
349851
349852
352353
358026
358050
372075
372913
379230
381236
381476
401034
402092
402305
402356
402427
402491
402503
402623
402724
405009
405096
405202
411003
421028
424025
425666
432899
432995
436173
436449
441205
441235
450072
452199
452505
452778
452979
454135
454596
454677
458156
462059
465144
466615
467098
468408
474060
476032
477158
478019
480019
480421
480467
480663
480904
481187
481969
482216
482567
483020
483062
483135
483185
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483193
483217
483306
483386
483392
483406
483785
485119
485142
486240
488019
488046
488301
489226
489271
490674
492108
494215
494229
495208
495266
496077
497216
497305
503145
505028
523024
531338
531786
531791
531793
532283
551219
551228
551244
551763
553591
553930
554085
570006
570014
572024
577004
581006
581087
585225
598552
600010
600564
600595
600661
600664
600857
600872
600881
600960
601026
601089
601133
601217
602563
603158
604103
604215
604230
604298
605359
606451
607680
610105
631278
631549
631577
631631
631865
637141
641215
641218
641305
641332
641454
641661
658135
658248
672253
674100
674290
683012
685281
685304
701363
701520
708529
708621
711211
712010
719022
719032
727033
727077
730146
730216
730456
730475
730773
740266
740316
740808
741063
741367
741431
741848
744040
745035
747035
750077
750106
750214
750337
750346
750627
752061
752229
752325
752474
752734
754004
754048
757002
757003
757025
757048
757079
757086
757162
757193
757239
757368
760026
760029
760044
760059
760569
760717
761125
761143
761363
761663
761700
761875
762031
762047
763151
764023
769528
770169
770197
770275
770296
770315
770358
770549
770691
770716
770796
770865
771049
771945
772496
773007
773487
775285
775338
778006
778367
782679
784280
784297
784317
784335
784351
784355
784358
784366
784388
784399
784413
784415
784606
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785095
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785323
785329
785357
785365
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785390
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787035
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788079
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791037
791169
794334
794413
794446
799162
800481
800528
801331
801409
801496
801498
801592
801733
801739
801756
802011
802034
802037
802044
802055
802081
802097
802145
802235
802270
802299
802351
802358
802429
802446
802512
802534
802588
802618
802682
802707
802748
802771
802801
802809
802912
802932
804195
805158
805208
805276
805407
805456
805542
805544
806158
806184
806196
809226
816250
820206
820210
820814
832031
832079
832089
840017
840022
840030
840156
840617
841270
841504
841898
845040
847195
852197
853216
853504
853628
853723
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853769
853831
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856215
871002
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895357
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900237
900240
900272
900278
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900345
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900654
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901066
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901086
901103
901124
901200
901268
901283
901292
901302
901388
901581
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901665
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901692
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901996
902072
902195
902448
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906024
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906483
907305
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907471
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910426
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920006
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920393
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921118
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921951
921978
921984
922285
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924097
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925171
925214
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931986
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935015
935080
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937495
939532
940181
940195
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940945
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941401
941484
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941625
941860
941891
945925
946517
948221
948756
949241
949460
950202
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950812
950983
951024
951061
951184
951510
951840
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951920
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954166
954473
967053
967083
967143
967185
967332
968365
968448
968498
968500
968523
968700
968743
968808
968864
968870
968950
969165
970577
970603
970666
970836
970950
972538
972719
973249
974134
980516
980752
980848
980874
981763
981990
982518
982538
982570
982571
985092
988048
992719
992731
995238
995463
995880
997142
997211
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42
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms
Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors
This listing will be provided to all Postal Servicet employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal
money orders. All interim notices should be destroyed
when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The
010 504 1932
011 582 1889
011 588 2900
012 579 5675
013 289 6176
013 610 0014
014 932 1000
014 972 0800
015 363 0065
017 028 3200
018 569 5333
018 986 5264
019 518 2814
020 698 5159
020 844 7307
020 972 8948
022 021 9110
022 037 1411
022 527 9201
023 637 7169
024 380 4100
024 496 6870
025 092 0987
025 369 5535
025 729 1151
025 729 1643
026 492 3180
027 361 0430
027 369 4482
027 671 8762
027 787 9886
027 965 9487
028 191 1852
028 850 3000
029 510 1500
030 687 0903
030 701 3442
031 077 4507
032 295 7500
034 394 1000
034 943 0400
035 035 4337
037 706 9578
037 805 3677
037 909 5490
040 024 3901
040 674 7100
040 688 8816
041 299 6752
041 623 8889
041 803 6565
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1899
3099
5699
6199
0099
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0099
3299
5399
5299
2899
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7399
8999
9181
1499
9210
7199
4199
6896
0999
5599
1199
1799
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4495
8776
9899
9499
1999
3199
1599
0999
3499
4799
9999
1099
0799
4399
9599
3699
5499
3999
7199
8899
6799
8899
6599
043 205 5922
044 087 3457
044 087 4000
045 524 4121
046 800 9870
047 352 4000
048 383 7650
048 396 3647
051 774 8857
051 781 2875
057 670 0563
058 187 3836
058 591 1153
058 895 3746
059 986 0814
060 406 7650
064 091 4500
065 392 6345
066 099 2014
066 648 2880
066 787 3639
066 845 7500
067 093 3869
067 324 9756
068 895 0334
070 724 4488
070 841 9181
070 844 2546
071 179 9800
071 386 3682
072 045 9641
072 675 8287
077 617 5481
077 999 4001
078 250 4756
210 221 0548
227 275 9400
273 070 8059
273 775 7700
302 000 0000
349 746 2056
350 518 7350
360 011 1690
360 168 6008
360 173 8800
360 324 2326
362 861 3064
373 006 2176
374 768 2600
375 169 4400
375 829 3400
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3499
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9899
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8099
7899
9999
2099
7374
1699
6099
8899
2399
3099
2199
2699
4599
3499
actual serial numbers consist of the first 10 digits on the
money orders. Check for altered dollar amounts by holding
money orders to the light.
375 851 9100
376 196 0911
378 085 3679
378 351 1063
379 843 5100
380 093 9600
380 165 1165
381 325 4500
381 604 2510
381 645 9525
383 314 3968
383 892 1000
383 892 1382
384 925 3641
385 568 2331
385 599 7554
385 774 2024
386 624 1412
386 883 8936
387 314 5574
387 837 6300
388 828 0656
389 696 2400
389 846 3104
389 846 3145
389 887 9211
389 887 9234
390 001 3182
390 001 3500
390 545 5974
391 104 6146
391 574 1466
391 783 3020
391 792 6100
392 668 2956
392 854 8500
393 584 7566
393 650 0074
393 838 8316
393 893 6007
394 126 6907
394 189 0405
394 822 3243
394 990 1810
395 343 3264
395 373 3035
395 396 9649
395 970 3240
397 622 4054
397 819 8902
398 149 7200
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2099
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3135
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9230
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1499
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3278
1899
3299
3099
9799
3299
4099
8999
7699
399 070 0872
399 156 7119
399 203 5064
399 296 9910
399 396 8935
399 792 7775
399 792 8300
400 427 1051
401 045 1505
401 045 1571
401 294 2700
401 310 9505
401 382 5312
402 578 7876
403 125 6744
403 260 7000
403 280 6470
403 685 8600
404 003 0300
404 041 8838
404 071 4268
404 347 5356
404 347 5548
404 726 4500
404 961 5001
405 325 0188
406 009 4587
406 260 6830
406 459 6641
406 733 3000
407 545 1557
407 594 0412
407 692 9100
407 959 2190
408 265 2275
408 499 7700
408 499 7900
408 682 8484
408 698 7015
409 072 3941
410 491 2311
410 694 8400
410 775 1500
410 795 7927
410 867 0917
410 867 0970
411 868 1023
411 922 2322
412 193 0900
412 395 8599
412 485 6500
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1549
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3999
2399
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0966
0999
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0999
8699
6599
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412 485 6610
412 885 5953
414 193 3608
414 193 3677
414 411 7348
414 640 0757
414 965 1727
417 302 8104
417 387 6532
417 496 6800
417 871 9250
417 930 9533
418 164 6500
418 423 9863
418 633 5922
418 719 8520
418 744 2235
418 962 2848
419 543 0286
419 730 0300
420 277 0015
420 599 0734
420 661 4115
420 758 9500
420 969 3951
420 969 3973
421 116 3565
421 130 9300
421 313 4500
421 364 5537
421 656 2609
421 988 9700
422 172 4667
422 484 4212
422 556 1270
422 587 7024
422 819 7533
422 842 5073
422 907 7563
424 500 6050
424 641 8500
424 871 6600
425 298 2352
425 418 4269
425 418 4405
426 547 4566
427 412 6337
427 481 0900
428 027 2742
429 474 4172
429 889 2900
430 150 4401
430 172 9800
430 177 1900
430 444 9500
430 664 4070
432 168 8419
432 708 6800
432 744 1544
432 995 9775
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433 003 5800
433 757 3047
433 765 4003
434 482 7060
434 513 2386
434 968 3076
435 303 1831
435 303 1986
435 666 6092
436 082 6400
436 160 6441
437 316 7115
437 427 0500
439 179 2300
439 310 0458
440 698 1947
440 858 6300
440 858 6420
441 199 1655
443 127 3648
443 127 4000
443 673 7900
443 800 9335
444 382 8822
444 390 1667
444 457 3854
450 048 4173
450 048 4442
450 560 5173
450 620 3077
450 620 3135
450 780 2716
450 801 2700
451 109 2967
451 115 4110
451 115 4127
451 746 0700
452 265 0074
452 265 0246
452 265 0335
452 509 1169
452 855 6471
452 890 4679
452 900 8215
453 117 9146
453 334 3631
453 603 7841
453 650 1140
453 741 1300
454 013 2919
454 186 2411
454 268 4883
454 302 5400
454 490 8300
454 547 7434
454 922 4867
455 221 1348
455 364 2147
455 399 5400
455 476 0676
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455 543 0618
456 410 9006
456 470 4146
456 619 4460
457 333 2686
457 729 1767
457 937 8615
458 028 9810
458 057 2712
458 069 9537
458 069 9665
458 337 5222
458 354 7653
458 671 8678
458 671 8721
458 847 5044
459 274 7624
459 365 5432
459 378 5764
459 472 4816
460 349 6878
460 550 1909
460 997 5234
461 973 6443
462 152 0107
462 274 1072
462 277 8373
462 554 6051
463 011 5529
463 176 4115
463 176 4229
463 185 2600
463 227 7711
463 414 4869
463 808 3484
463 945 7400
464 629 9000
464 711 4332
465 692 3963
465 698 8300
465 743 7745
466 798 6056
467 147 4300
468 079 5782
469 067 2817
469 127 8000
469 213 0359
469 213 0500
469 561 8011
469 658 1961
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469 678 1900
469 781 4900
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470 755 5800
471 918 0300
471 985 2408
472 191 6700
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472 987 0290
473 151 2069
473 666 9138
473 952 3429
474 108 5402
474 356 5193
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475 134 9362
475 167 9667
475 319 3415
475 319 3649
475 340 6400
475 424 8410
475 629 9156
475 850 6101
475 875 2500
476 169 8264
476 189 3000
476 331 2480
477 289 8601
477 681 5206
478 010 4243
478 010 4270
478 450 5071
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478 469 7883
479 280 9800
479 365 9116
479 412 9900
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479 748 9680
479 860 7000
480 526 2000
480 640 6330
480 658 0568
480 689 5100
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482 527 1500
482 541 5255
482 729 6800
483 363 7207
483 402 2356
483 486 5100
483 632 1521
483 632 2600
483 849 1615
484 174 4803
484 323 8900
484 680 5000
484 680 5040
484 680 5077
485 029 4913
486 176 0600
486 559 7555
486 696 3023
488 173 7900
488 206 4100
488 226 0200
488 709 3906
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488 855 8359
489 181 8963
489 223 2000
489 311 1930
489 318 6200
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490 669 5850
490 717 7080
490 721 6000
490 793 1500
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491 567 1376
492 254 4800
492 283 5100
492 610 6813
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494 206 2972
494 217 3446
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496 213 8728
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499 731 6717
500 064 1858
500 070 5725
600 645 3223
601 339 1200
601 653 5884
601 661 7700
601 682 5343
601 928 1600
602 512 2972
602 555 2400
602 829 7061
603 483 9572
603 490 7200
603 678 7100
603 678 7662
603 678 7902
603 678 8418
603 678 8700
604 086 0880
604 349 1414
604 503 7776
605 520 9037
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
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605 988 6467
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608 727 7273
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609 067 5488
609 067 5600
609 289 6123
609 438 4400
609 493 1100
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609 825 4100
609 884 2981
609 893 1000
610 092 3200
610 582 4200
611 879 6939
612 291 8013
612 751 5171
612 751 5226
612 751 6083
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612 774 2500
614 469 0979
614 474 3000
614 521 3490
614 645 1800
614 832 1100
615 017 7505
617 711 6609
617 760 5266
617 813 3601
618 840 9200
619 551 7229
619 859 3000
620 073 9400
621 614 7907
621 614 7932
621 648 8021
621 648 8500
621 904 8351
621 916 1978
622 989 8032
623 076 9300
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623 895 8200
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624 468 5288
624 665 3162
625 088 6735
625 916 9500
625 968 8956
627 005 3938
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627 496 7549
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629 510 7200
629 964 4200
630 389 3056
630 463 0588
631 459 9117
631 762 9325
632 217 4933
632 500 0000
633 110 4165
633 110 4303
633 438 6429
633 588 7173
634 725 0700
634 803 3239
634 807 2474
634 827 5900
634 886 3428
635 559 3449
636 289 6214
636 634 8007
637 150 1200
637 562 5828
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638 318 1115
638 318 1453
638 885 0000
638 903 4362
639 415 1929
639 415 2019
639 420 6200
639 469 3517
639 605 2143
639 657 8600
640 289 7500
640 289 7700
641 170 4420
641 318 3133
641 378 6500
641 383 8739
641 877 3187
641 877 3310
642 355 8094
642 355 8308
642 900 0018
643 030 6254
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644 069 0600
644 077 7506
644 085 8157
644 112 9839
644 373 9083
644 380 1460
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644 733 4715
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645 318 7240
645 333 1766
645 790 8632
645 821 0657
645 930 7948
645 975 0737
646 242 6200
646 270 7639
646 798 4000
647 048 7035
647 049 2900
647 398 8300
647 398 8481
647 437 3000
647 811 2188
648 009 6057
648 163 5300
648 722 5283
648 892 3164
649 100 3989
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649 666 7800
650 114 7707
650 130 3400
650 213 0406
650 555 1749
650 564 1900
650 627 4212
650 736 2043
650 739 1540
651 741 4415
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652 754 6317
653 131 4945
653 426 3300
653 455 4874
654 238 0000
654 404 3065
654 962 2900
655 103 5081
655 523 2600
656 305 2448
657 347 4438
657 710 8100
657 780 0985
658 586 1400
658 877 8000
658 880 8000
659 398 7300
659 706 8113
659 846 7837
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
660 510 4100
660 673 0400
661 488 5000
661 609 9100
661 716 9420
661 906 6522
662 021 8332
662 068 0700
662 553 0774
663 078 7034
663 763 5300
663 883 7039
663 938 9200
664 253 8000
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668 383 8400
670 368 3400
670 369 7336
670 750 7169
671 046 6200
671 251 5448
671 926 5600
672 444 2000
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673 167 5776
675 464 3700
675 464 4000
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677 126 6734
677 333 9979
677 466 1088
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678 096 7531
679 909 2578
680 112 9565
680 244 0903
680 412 6046
680 761 6800
681 677 0540
682 070 1029
682 956 6280
682 956 6490
682 956 6700
682 965 1178
682 965 1201
683 118 2389
683 378 2000
683 378 2117
683 415 1200
683 444 8159
685 154 7780
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685 297 7645
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686 176 3333
686 372 3200
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686 899 1371
686 931 7636
687 601 0973
687 614 6774
688 120 9000
688 314 3107
690 291 1361
690 788 2877
690 893 5344
690 893 5512
690 904 1300
690 941 6000
691 313 6383
691 313 6600
691 582 8003
691 664 1800
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692 727 9362
692 798 1800
693 249 0779
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693 445 0566
693 448 8500
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693 965 4200
695 741 2906
695 947 8518
696 662 8247
697 447 8285
698 042 4816
698 131 2138
698 227 0000
700 065 2570
700 065 4800
700 190 3350
700 228 6048
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700 859 0744
701 028 6780
701 213 3900
701 267 2000
701 335 7312
701 369 2005
701 499 2260
701 503 2247
701 541 2271
701 553 6557
701 578 7460
701 578 7475
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702 254 9300
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702 713 1800
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702 844 6975
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702 878 0114
703 364 1707
740 002 7710
740 241 9049
740 255 1718
740 374 7416
740 470 2420
740 523 7432
740 535 1555
740 701 6105
740 705 9790
740 726 6400
740 765 3306
740 774 8434
740 917 7490
805 885 8411
806 087 1100
806 268 9275
806 534 3400
807 342 3283
808 086 7100
808 090 3440
808 325 5161
808 784 8000
830 125 0672
830 602 5800
830 610 3700
830 983 3500
830 983 3635
831 354 1387
831 815 8240
832 525 3810
833 159 1884
833 456 2567
833 566 3015
834 130 5200
834 316 5444
834 354 8747
834 354 8824
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840 875 6235
840 910 0900
841 349 5000
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846 390 7531
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847 284 2481
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847 374 7055
847 636 5304
847 700 5447
847 723 7500
849 485 3427
849 520 9850
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850 546 1862
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851 209 9880
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854 529 2200
854 532 0000
855 001 6204
855 319 9364
855 361 3390
856 226 0490
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857 111 1352
857 279 3450
857 843 4000
858 124 7644
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858 756 3111
859 063 8200
859 190 0600
859 437 5538
859 811 2888
859 855 8873
860 240 8520
860 275 3900
860 518 9629
860 600 0021
861 158 2350
861 367 5400
861 637 6010
861 979 7292
862 216 6100
862 263 9213
862 271 0800
862 271 5000
863 871 5138
863 949 5300
864 088 8200
864 426 3972
864 520 6117
865 151 0526
865 500 4034
865 883 6082
866 004 3000
866 442 4100
867 366 9108
867 633 7403
867 737 5623
868 169 4529
868 173 8400
868 514 9000
868 566 9200
869 387 1150
869 505 3500
869 523 7033
869 800 0000
870 054 4814
870 491 4812
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
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870 589 0485
870 691 7060
872 029 9306
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900 556 4178
900 845 0044
900 936 0217
900 936 0435
901 058 5255
901 273 1082
901 287 5143
901 291 2789
901 525 7122
902 089 1253
902 198 9769
902 948 1269
902 985 0833
903 370 6934
904 600 6523
904 892 0378
904 892 0648
905 056 2216
905 510 6647
905 510 6900
905 794 0000
905 794 0288
905 873 6900
905 873 7100
905 880 8900
905 889 7100
906 158 1508
906 558 8812
906 982 2214
907 725 8500
907 815 0216
908 622 4225
908 936 9254
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909 100 1900
909 355 0422
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909 568 9300
909 725 7307
909 833 0947
910 219 8631
910 265 1100
910 471 7273
910 536 2505
910 958 7499
911 140 1000
911 245 2545
911 268 9077
911 400 8948
911 508 1620
911 509 9310
911 523 3000
912 057 9922
912 882 0563
913 605 2218
913 709 2429
913 818 3501
914 063 4300
914 346 7621
914 453 1366
914 529 6185
914 896 4658
915 187 8774
915 300 2783
915 546 6822
915 671 3963
915 671 3982
915 675 2217
916 440 3377
916 670 6352
916 682 5300
916 694 1414
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917 089 0842
917 216 2928
917 370 6300
917 486 4900
918 460 0602
918 492 5200
918 951 7231
919 519 2786
919 536 0770
919 814 3095
919 915 2774
920 155 4662
920 309 9039
920 771 5321
920 857 5500
920 864 3480
920 963 4567
921 333 7400
921 477 3762
922 278 1048
922 280 2019
922 280 2233
922 773 0459
923 032 7000
923 045 3630
923 493 9403
923 493 9681
923 810 7800
924 252 1200
924 252 1400
924 533 2343
924 533 2428
924 685 1957
925 333 5900
925 336 2300
926 432 5907
926 436 3600
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1999
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— Group2−Mail Theft, Violent Crimes, and Narcotics Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-05
47
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order Forms
Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors
This listing will be provided to all Postal Servicet employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal
money orders. Destroy any interim notices when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The new money
order serial numbers consist of the first 9 digits. The 10th
digit is a check digit only.
719 869 731
720 227 871
720 227 949
720 368 543
720 392 151
720 556 491
720 558 621
720 575 361
720 590 152
721 638 331
721 815 391
721 969 713
722 072 137
722 378 265
722 413 990
722 764 948
722 825 840
723 153 841
723 237 616
723 331 081
723 496 443
723 967 291
724 655 196
724 711 441
724 711 538
724 793 221
724 908 109
724 937 461
725 163 118
725 202 735
725 398 591
725 464 591
725 475 321
725 711 057
725 738 581
725 981 311
725 987 835
726 060 811
726 391 970
726 484 771
726 493 351
726 504 031
726 504 070
726 504 331
726 563 701
726 599 371
726 626 356
727 182 271
727 416 181
727 481 431
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7 960
8 570
2 570
6 640
8 650
5 570
0 179
9 170
5 420
9 740
2 160
8 280
4 004
4 980
5 889
3 850
7 630
1 110
6 470
7 320
5 340
1 500
1 560
3 250
8 120
7 670
3 151
2 750
8 800
4 920
5 330
1 070
8 730
1 430
7 880
0 900
2 520
4 800
5 300
4 063
4 090
4 390
4 060
9 460
6 370
2 510
6 240
1 460
727 749 241
728 382 331
728 702 338
728 915 371
728 953 141
728 954 280
729 169 081
729 363 841
729 682 891
729 838 940
729 839 101
730 077 683
730 109 847
730 373 761
730 501 951
730 519 379
730 569 278
730 711 711
730 722 991
730 845 970
730 888 291
730 927 591
731 307 914
731 402 431
731 407 232
731 588 301
731 767 273
731 781 061
731 837 821
731 841 377
732 018 481
732 067 972
732 188 649
732 193 460
732 201 241
732 220 431
732 355 201
732 472 320
732 541 605
732 572 221
732 586 479
732 994 037
733 163 449
733 297 171
733 446 631
733 474 665
733 704 482
733 751 041
734 009 101
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1 740
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8 320
7 680
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7 320
8 340
7 320
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1 450
8 600
8 370
8 670
3 470
1 390
0 440
5 380
2 560
1 620
2 490
6 710
4 080
3 460
7 290
7 110
4 770
4 570
1 130
9 130
Do not cash new style money orders 000 000 001 to
692 600 000. Advise holders to send invalid money orders
to: Canada Post Corporation, Ottawa, Canada K1A 0B1.
Check for altered dollar amounts by holding money orders
to the light.
734 290 759
734 389 273
734 440 031
734 797 201
734 939 611
734 950 111
735 120 331
735 283 008
735 293 131
735 635 010
735 783 961
735 803 401
736 005 420
736 366 021
736 624 456
736 670 851
736 767 061
736 767 093
736 982 191
736 982 551
737 110 141
737 185 501
737 317 321
737 517 781
737 628 181
737 634 258
738 361 971
738 447 601
738 648 355
738 849 811
738 892 270
738 997 259
739 161 451
739 219 381
739 740 151
739 793 491
739 793 527
739 942 621
739 999 231
740 011 517
740 030 701
740 261 740
740 265 811
740 299 111
740 299 231
740 329 266
740 889 081
741 010 421
741 113 041
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741 452 369
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741 553 460
741 764 431
742 178 834
742 325 500
742 325 668
742 408 771
742 512 120
742 684 849
742 839 553
742 913 668
742 917 287
742 921 891
742 983 631
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743 206 491
743 235 992
743 940 631
743 978 011
744 234 751
744 499 591
744 626 901
745 388 794
746 446 806
746 818 351
747 245 266
747 364 813
747 501 434
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748 148 649
748 259 960
748 565 162
748 874 988
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749 993 131
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0 170
6 500
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8 070
4 780
9 680
6 910
8 910
6 820
8 410
5 280
4 830
1 450
0 070
8 760
9 970
5 280
5 030
7 410
0 210
5 450
6 850
3 580
1 610
8 183
8 501
4 030
9 400
1 010
0 900
6 240
9 180
48
751 541 311
751 757 641
751 936 951
751 951 861
751 999 021
752 139 516
752 182 892
752 206 861
752 295 241
752 731 351
752 767 441
753 008 941
753 194 311
753 620 378
754 013 917
754 161 061
754 358 445
754 410 451
754 438 393
754 493 109
754 664 182
754 816 377
755 487 421
755 592 901
755 790 020
755 791 730
755 926 951
755 934 332
755 957 701
755 962 981
756 035 371
756 301 257
756 371 565
756 876 031
756 876 151
756 970 129
757 059 613
757 078 540
757 086 209
757 240 591
757 277 371
757 291 591
757 964 251
758 067 001
758 105 221
758 324 941
758 593 628
758 709 038
758 744 101
758 850 883
758 860 951
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7 010
1 890
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9 570
2 950
7 100
5 600
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7 470
9 030
4 370
0 400
3 940
1 120
8 610
0 660
8 410
3 130
4 220
6 470
7 600
3 140
0 030
1 800
7 070
4 510
8 000
3 280
5 490
1 290
1 580
6 120
6 240
0 140
9 630
8 560
6 240
0 650
7 700
2 730
4 280
7 090
5 250
5 000
3 650
9 060
4 160
0 900
1 550
759 152 851
759 740 941
760 004 596
760 118 191
760 155 001
760 378 002
760 692 722
761 055 460
761 169 781
761 504 941
761 516 836
761 613 588
761 688 631
761 805 199
761 826 106
761 881 171
761 975 641
761 975 886
762 304 144
762 324 931
762 439 261
762 524 158
762 584 872
762 593 431
763 155 160
763 178 631
763 506 001
763 522 141
763 717 694
763 826 461
763 900 460
763 900 479
763 917 271
764 125 801
764 284 525
764 526 241
764 601 421
764 650 231
764 984 371
765 003 667
765 042 517
765 194 728
765 387 365
765 541 801
765 638 461
765 647 101
765 813 781
765 879 314
765 954 001
766 120 286
766 125 716
766 158 824
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4 610
8 250
5 090
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9 810
5 120
6 910
3 600
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5 240
6 120
1 560
5 670
5 895
4 170
4 960
9 290
4 220
4 970
3 460
5 180
8 660
6 060
2 470
7 800
6 520
0 471
0 530
7 750
5 860
4 560
6 330
1 600
0 470
4 850
3 680
2 540
4 970
7 450
2 100
8 970
7 190
4 029
9 390
4 030
0 320
5 750
8 840
766 388 433
766 509 421
766 572 901
766 748 500
767 024 341
767 326 471
767 332 561
768 009 841
768 011 489
768 177 980
768 391 081
768 661 569
769 000 051
769 050 841
769 159 081
769 737 496
769 778 491
769 827 331
770 216 071
770 723 281
770 790 451
770 915 150
771 455 551
771 609 661
771 932 551
772 057 224
772 162 660
772 718 615
772 940 140
772 970 886
773 009 419
773 112 031
773 125 387
773 179 320
773 202 989
773 208 991
773 231 311
773 348 739
773 348 739
773 575 891
773 852 971
790 448 020
790 597 485
790 911 883
791 057 441
791 239 081
791 374 483
791 387 971
791 447 521
791 451 151
791 500 009
791 771 431
792 004 293
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8 460
9 660
3 020
8 521
4 370
6 590
2 950
9 960
1 520
7 990
1 170
1 650
0 080
0 900
9 178
7 510
8 730
7 450
6 100
3 400
0 480
5 490
5 610
9 690
2 580
7 440
3 070
8 640
0 160
0 940
9 430
2 060
5 410
9 410
3 140
9 290
1 340
8 940
8 940
5 950
3 030
8 460
7 530
1 900
7 550
9 290
4 500
8 030
7 850
1 240
0 470
1 490
4 320
792 018 379
792 070 621
792 145 211
792 391 381
792 452 779
792 772 728
792 903 511
793 282 518
794 041 831
794 397 709
794 581 741
794 592 122
795 032 251
795 796 291
796 070 139
796 143 151
796 159 725
796 169 306
796 373 406
796 602 961
796 708 441
796 886 281
796 901 701
796 975 466
797 272 917
797 519 441
797 519 731
797 535 181
798 040 053
798 055 813
798 055 891
798 326 371
798 339 167
798 562 411
798 632 461
798 807 151
798 944 761
799 133 191
799 177 626
799 854 751
800 044 320
800 211 901
800 427 530
800 872 741
801 349 801
801 676 681
802 967 821
803 217 601
803 729 731
803 747 402
804 138 181
804 682 411
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8 420
0 740
5 230
1 620
2 790
2 770
3 990
2 533
2 040
7 780
2 040
2 150
2 340
6 350
0 160
3 630
9 740
9 340
3 430
3 050
8 500
6 430
2 000
5 590
2 950
9 460
0 240
5 330
0 080
5 830
5 950
6 520
9 210
2 440
2 490
7 510
5 030
3 220
7 650
5 200
4 410
2 440
7 540
2 830
9 830
7 100
7 940
7 780
9 850
7 520
8 420
2 710
— Group2−Mail Theft, Violent Crimes, and Narcotics Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-05
49
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Counterfeit Canadian Money Order
Forms
Toll-Free Number Available to Verify
Canadian Money Orders
Do Not Cash
The Canada Post Corporation is now providing a
toll-free number that cashing agents can call to verify the
validity of Canadian Postal Money Orders. The number is
800-563-0444.
To be posted and used by retail window employees.
As directed, destroy previous notices. All interim notices
should be destroyed when the numbers listed appear in
the Postal Bulletin.
671,819,086
676,612,640
677,891,039
678,282,493
678,916,031
679,552,215
679,694,334
679,751,983
679,800,207
681,130,536
681,844,376
683,594,542
684,683,610
686,619,878
686,619,886
686,619,887
686,794,382
686,794,426
686,794,427
686,794,431
687,262,502
687,262,503
687,262,525
687,262,526
687,287,578
687,287,581
687,287,582
694,063,898
694,063,899
694,063,980
701,321,725
— Group2−Mail Theft, Violent Crimes,
and Narcotics Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-05
This toll-free number is printed on the back of the Canadian Postal Money Orders.
— Group2−Mail Theft, Violent Crimes,
and Narcotics Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-05
50
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Overseas Military Mail
Mail addressed to military post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding
content, preparation, and handling. The APO/FPO table
below outlines these conditions by APO/FPO ZIP Codest
through the use of footnoted mailing restrictions codes (see
the Restrictions page following the table).
Acceptance clerks should use the table with the integrated retail terminal (IRT) or POS ONE terminal to
determine which APO/FPO ZIP Codes are active and
which conditions of mailing apply. Acceptance clerks may
contact the Military Postal Service Agency with any
questions regarding APO/FPO ZIP Codes, toll free, at
800-810-6098, Monday−Friday, 0730−1630.
For Express Mail Military Service (EMMS) availability,
all acceptance clerks must refer to the local hardcopy
EMMS directory.
The entries under “Changes” appear in bold in the APO/
FPO Table below.
Changes
APO/FPO
APO AE 09391
APO AE 09791
Action
Activate
Close
Effective Date
Immediately
Immediately
See Restrictions
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
We have eliminated “Not Active” entries from the table below to save space and paper.
APO/FPO Table
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09003
09007
09009
09012
09013
09014
09021
09028
09031
09033
09034
09036
09042
09045
09046
09050
09053
09054
09056
09058
09059
09060
09063
09067
09069
09074
09076
09080
09081
09086
A1-B-B1-C-D-P-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-L-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
09089
09090
09094
09095
09096
09099
09100
09102
09103
09104
09107
09110
09112
09114
09123
09126
09128
09131
09136
09137
09138
09139
09140
09142
09143
09154
09165
09166
09169
09172
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
09173
09175
09177
09180
09182
09183
09185
09186
09211
09212
09213
09214
09225
09226
09227
09229
09237
09244
09245
09250
09252
09261
09262
09263
09264
09265
09266
09267
09301
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-N-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09302
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09303
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09305
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09306
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09307
09308
A1-B-B1-N-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09309
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09310
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09311
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09312
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09313
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09314
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09315
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09316
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09317
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09318
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09320
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
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APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09321
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09353
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09387
09322
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09354
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09323
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09355
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09324
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09356
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09325
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09357
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09390
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09326
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09358
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09391
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09327
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09359
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09393
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09328
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09360
A1-B-B1-V
09394
09329
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09361
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09395
09362
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09396
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09532
09534
09542
09543
09545
09549
09550
09554
09556
09557
09564
09565
09566
09567
09568
09569
09570
09573
09574
09575
09576
09577
09578
09579
09581
09582
09586
09587
09588
09589
09590
09591
09593
09594
09595
09596
09599
09601
09602
09603
09604
09609
09610
09612
09613
09617
09618
09619
09620
09621
09622
09623
09624
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-N-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
09330
09388
09389
09363
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09397
09331
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09364
09399
09332
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-F-M-VZ1
09365
09333
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09366
09334
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09367
09336
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09368
09337
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09371
09338
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09372
09339
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09373
09340
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09342
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09374
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09343
A-A1-B-B1-C-C1-DF-F1-H-M-N-R-R1-VZ-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-V-Z-Z1
09375
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09378
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09379
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09380
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09381
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09383
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09384
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09386
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
09409
09420
09421
09447
09454
09456
09459
09461
09463
09464
09468
09469
09470
09494
09496
09498
09499
09501
09502
09503
09504
09505
09506
09507
09508
09509
09510
09511
09517
09521
09524
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
09344
09345
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09346
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09347
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09348
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09350
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09352
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
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APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09625
09626
09627
09628
09630
09631
09636
09642
09643
09644
09645
09647
09648
09649
09701
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-N-U
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-U
A1-B-B1-N-U
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F1
A1-B-B1-C-D-V
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-C-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-N-U-V
A1-B-B1
A1-B-B1-F1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
09734
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-N-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-E1-N
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-P-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09833
09834
09835
09836
A1-B-B1-U1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-F-M-VZ1
34034
34035
34036
34037
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-H-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F-H-I-MN-V-Z-Z1
09837
09838
09839
09840
09841
09842
09843
09844
09852
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
34038
34039
34040
34041
34042
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
34043
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
09853
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-RR1-U2-V-Z1
09855
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09856
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09858
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
09865
09868
09880
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U-V-Z1
09889
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09890
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-NR-R1-U2-V-Z1
34050
34055
34058
34071
34076
34078
34079
34090
34091
34092
34093
34095
34098
34099
96201
96202
96203
96204
96205
96206
96207
96208
96212
96213
96214
96215
96217
96218
96219
96220
96221
96224
96251
96257
96258
96259
96260
96262
96264
96266
A1-B-V
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A1-B-I-M-N-V-Z
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A-A1-B
A-A1-B1-U-V
A-A1-B
A-A1-B-B1
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
09703
09704
09705
09706
09707
09708
09709
09710
09711
09713
09714
A1-B-B1-F1-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
09715
09716
09717
09718
09719
09720
09721
09723
09724
A1-B-B1-F1
A1-B-B1-C-D-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-I-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F1-V
A1-B-B1-U-V
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
09725
09726
09727
09728
09729
09730
09731
09732
09733
A1-B-B1-C
A1-B-B1-N-U
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F1-U-V
A1-B-B1-N-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V
09735
09736
09737
09738
09739
09777
09779
09780
09788
09789
09790
09793
09797
09801
09802
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-V-Z-Z1
09803
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
09804
09806
A-A1-B-B1-F-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09807
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
09892
A-A1-B-B1-F-N-RR1-V-Z1
09808
A-A1-B-B1-C-C1-F-IV-Z-Z1
09898
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-RR1-U2-V-Z1
09809
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
09811
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
34002
34006
A1-B-B1-N-U-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F1-NV-Z1
09812
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-F-F1I-N-R-U-V-Z-Z1
34007
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F1-VZ1
09814
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-F-F1I-N-R-U-V-Z-Z1
34008
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F1-VZ1
09819
09821
09822
09823
09824
09825
A-A1-B-F-P-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-B2-C-C1D-F-I-M-N-Q-R-R1-TV-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-F-Z1
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F-N-U-V-Z1
A-B-B1-U1-V-Z1
34019
34020
34021
34022
A-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
34023
34024
34025
34026
34030
34031
34032
34033
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-C-F-M-N-V-Z1
09827
09828
09830
09831
09832
53
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APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
96267
96269
96271
96275
96276
96278
96283
96284
96297
96306
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-B1
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96365
96367
96368
96370
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-L-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96309
96310
96311
96313
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96319
96321
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96323
96326
96328
96330
96336
96337
96338
96339
96343
96347
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96348
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96349
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96350
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
96554
96555
96557
96595
96598
96599
96601
96602
96603
96604
96605
96606
96607
96608
96609
96610
96611
96612
96613
96351
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-N-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-F-V
A1-B-B1-I-N-V
A1-B-B1-F
A1-B-B1-F-U3-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-F-U3-V
A1-B-F-N
A1-B-F-N-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-N-UV
A-A1-B-B1-F-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-P-V
A1-B-F-N-U3-V
A1-B-F-U3
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-N-UV
96322
96372
96373
96374
96375
96376
96377
96378
96379
96384
96386
96387
96388
96401
96424
96535
96536
96537
96538
96540
96541
96542
96543
96544
96546
96548
96549
96550
96551
96553
96362
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A1-B-B1-F-M-V
A1-B-B1-F-M-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-O-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A1-B-V
96616
96617
96619
96620
96621
96622
96623
96624
96628
96629
96634
96635
96643
96657
96660
96661
96662
96663
96664
96665
96666
96667
96668
96669
96670
96671
96672
96673
96674
96675
96677
96678
96679
96681
96682
96683
96684
96686
96687
96698
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
96425
96426
96427
96490
96507
96511
96515
96517
96518
96520
96521
96522
96530
96531
96534
A1-B-B1-H-M-U-V
A-A1-B-F
96614
96615
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
RESTRICTIONS
LEGEND
PS Form 2976, Customs - CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green
label)
PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note
AAFES
= Army and Air Force Exchange Service
APO
= Army/Air Force Post Office
Box R
= Retired military personnel
FPO
= Fleet Post Office
DMM
= Domestic Mail Manual
MOM
= Military Ordinary Mail
MPO
= Military Post Office
PAL
= Parcel Airlift
PSC
= Postal Service Center
SAM
= Space Available Mail
USDA
= United States Department of Agriculture
Note: Mail order catalogs are prohibited as SAM or PAL mail.
A. Securities, currency, or precious metals in their raw, unmanufactured
state are prohibited. Official shipments are exempt from this restriction.
A1. Mail addressed to “Any Servicemember,” or similar wording such as
“Any Soldier,” “Sailor,” “Airman,” or “Marine”; “Military Mail”; etc., is
prohibited. Mail must be addressed to an individual or job title such as
“Commander,” “Commanding Officer,” etc.
B. PS Form 2976-A is required for all mail weighing 16 ounces or more,
with exceptions noted below. In addition, mailers must properly complete
required customs documentation when mailing any potentially dutiable mail
addressed to an APO or FPO regardless of weight. The following are
exceptions to the requirement for customs documentation on nondutiable
mail that weighs 16 ounces or more:
H Known mailers are exempt from providing customs documentation
on non-dutiable letters, and printed matter weighing 16 ounces or
more. (A known mailer is anyone who legally applies a permit imprint
to a mailpiece. Mail with meter postage is not considered to be from
a known mailer.)
H All federal, state, and local government agencies are exempt from
providing customs documentation on mail addressed to an APO or
FPO, except for those APOs/FPOs to which restriction B2 applies.
H Prepaid mail from military contractors is exempt, providing the
mailpiece is endorsed “Contents for Official Use — Exempt from
Customs Requirements.”
B1. PS Form 2976 or 2976-A is required. Articles are liable for customs
duty and/or purchase tax unless they are bona fide gifts intended for use by
military personnel or their dependents. When the contents of a parcel meet
these requirements, the mailer must endorse the customs form, “Certified to
be a bona fide gift, personal effects, or items for personal use of military
personnel and dependents,” under the heading, Description of Contents.
Exceptions: All other exceptions listed in restriction B above are applicable
to this restriction.
B2. All federal, state, and local government agencies must complete
customs documentation when sending mail addressed to or from this APO
or FPO weighing 16 ounces or more.
C. Cigarettes and other tobacco products are prohibited.
C1. Obscene articles, prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc.,
and horror comics and matrices are prohibited.
D. Coffee is prohibited.
E1. Medicines or vaccines not conforming to French laws are
prohibited.
E2. Any matter depicting nude or seminude persons, pornographic or
sexual items, or nonauthorized political materials is prohibited. Although
religious materials contrary to the Islamic faith are prohibited in bulk
quantities, items for the personal use of the addressee are permissible.
E3. Radio transceivers, cordless telephones, global positioning
systems, scanners, base stations, and handheld transmitters are prohibited.
F. Firearms of any type are prohibited in all classes of mail. See
definitions of firearms in DMM C024.1.1C. This restriction does not apply to
firearms mailed to or by official U.S. government agencies. The restriction
for mail to this APO/FPO ZIP Code does not apply to firearms mailed from
this APO/FPO ZIP Code, provided ATF and USPS regulations are met.
Antique firearms are a separate category defined in DMM C024.2.0 and ATF
regulations; they do not require an ATF form.
F1. Privately owned weapons addressed to an individual are prohibited
in any class of mail.
F2. Importation of firearms is restricted to one shotgun and one single
shot .22 caliber rifle per individual.
G. Only First-Class Mail letters, Periodicals, and Standard Mail items
are authorized.
H. Meats, including preserved meats, whether hermetically sealed or
not, are prohibited.
H1. Pork or pork by-products are prohibited.
I. Mail of all classes must fit in a mail sack. Mail may not exceed the
following dimensions:
Length
42I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72I length and girth combined
over 42I to 44I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24I girth
over 44I to 46I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20I girth
over 46I to 48I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16I girth
Maximum length 48I
This restriction does not apply to registered mail and official government mail
marked MOM.
I1. This restriction does not apply to registered mail.
I2. This restriction does not apply to official government mail marked
MOM.
J. Parcels may not exceed 108 inches in length and girth combined.
K. Mail that includes in the address the words, “Dependent Mail
Section,” may consist only of letter mail, newspapers, magazines, and
books. No parcel of any class containing any other matter may be mailed to
the Dependent Mail section. This restriction does not apply if the address
does not include the words “Dependent Mail Section.”
L. All official mail is prohibited.
M. Fruits, animals, and living plants are prohibited.
N. Registered mail is prohibited.
O. Personal mail addressed to vessels using this number is limited to
unregistered First-Class Mail items and certified mail. Other classes of mail
are prohibited.
P. APO is used for the receipt and dispatch of official mail only.
Q. Mail may not exceed 66 pounds, and size is limited to 42 inches
maximum length and 72 inches maximum length and girth combined.
R. All alcoholic beverages, including those mailable under DMM C021,
are prohibited.
R1. Materials used in the production of alcoholic beverages (i.e.,
distilling material, hops, malts, yeast, etc.) are prohibited.
T. Mailings of case lots of food and supplemental household shipments
must be approved by the sender’s parent agency prior to mailing.
U. Parcels must weigh less than 16 ounces when addressed to Box R.
This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free Matter for the Blind or
Handicapped.”
U1. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail weighing 13 ounces or less when
addressed to Box R. This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free
Matter for the Blind or Handicapped.” Videotapes are prohibited when
addressed to Box R, regardless of weight.
U2. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail letters only when addressed to
Box R.
U3. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail correspondence (including voice
and video cassettes), newspapers, magazines, photographs, not exceeding
16 ounces, when addressed to Box R.
V. Express Mail Military Service (EMMS) not available from any origin.
W. Meat products, such as dried beef, salami, and sausage, may be
mailed, provided they remain in their original, hermetically sealed packages
and bear USDA certification. Other meats, bones, skin, hair, feathers, horns
or hoofs of hoofed animals, wool samples, tobacco leaves, including
chewing and pipe tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes, or obscene material,
including obscene drawings, photographs, films, and carvings, are
prohibited. Exception: 200 grams of tobacco per parcel are permitted duty
free.
X. Personal mail is limited to First-Class Mail items (to include audio
cassettes and voice tapes) weighing 13 ounces or less. This limitation does
not apply to official mail.
Y. Mail is limited to First-Class and Priority Mail items only. All
Periodicals, Standard Mail items, and Package Services items (including
SAM and PAL) are not authorized. This restriction also applies to official mail.
Z. No outside pieces (OSPs).
Z1. The following restriction is applicable only to International Service
Centers (ISC)/Exchange Offices. An Anti-Pilferage Seal (Item No O817E or
O818A) is required on all pouches and sacks.
— International Network Operations,
Network Operations Management, 5-12-05
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Displaying the U.S. Flag and the POW-MIA Flag
U.S. Flag at Half-Staff
How to Display
Displaying the U.S. flag at half-staff means lowering the flag to half the
distance between the top and bottom of the staff.
Specific Dates
Display the U.S. flag at half-staff on the following days each year:
H
May 15: Peace Officers Memorial Day (see note 1 below).
H
Last Monday in May: Memorial Day Observed (see note 2 below).
H
July 27: National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day.
H
December 7: National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
Note 1: When May 15, which is the date for Peace Officers Memorial Day, falls on the third Saturday in May,
which is the date for Armed Forces Day, display the U.S. flag in the full-staff position, not at half-staff.
Note 2: On the last Monday in May, when Memorial Day is observed, display the flag at half-staff from sunrise,
or the hour at which you raise it, until 12 noon, and then hoist it to the peak of the staff, until the time of closing
or no later than sunset.
POW-MIA Flag
How to Display
In relation to the U.S. flag, display the POW-MIA flag (and any other flag)
as follows:
H
If displayed on the same flagstaff, place it below the U.S. flag.
If displayed on a separate flagstaff, place it at the same level or
lower. If displayed at the same level, place it on the U.S. flag’s left.
When flying the U.S. flag at half-staff, fly the POW-MIA flag (and any other
flags) at half-staff also.
H
CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE
Specific Dates
Display the POW-MIA flag on the following days each year:
H
Armed Forces Day: Third Saturday in May.
H
Memorial Day: Last Monday in May.
H
Flag Day: June 14.
H
Independence Day: July 4.
H
National POW-MIA Recognition Day: Third Friday in September.
H
Veterans Day: November 11.
If any of these days fall on a nonbusiness day, display the POW-MIA flag on the last business day before the
designated day.
For more detailed information about flying the U.S. flag and the POW-MIA flag,
see the following sections in the Administrative Support Manual (ASM):
H
ASM 472, U.S. Flag Display.
H
ASM 476, POW-MIA Flag Display.
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NOTICE TO ALL EMPLOYEES
THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN FACT SHEET
Percentage returns released May 3, 2005, by the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
LBA
S&P 500
C
Bond
Stock
Fund
Index
Index
1994
7.22
−2.96
−2.92
1.33
1.32
1995
7.03
18.31
18.47
37.41
37.58
3.66
3.63
22.85
22.96
1996
6.76
1997
6.77
9.60
9.65
33.17
33.36
8.70
8.69
28.44
28.58
1998
5.74
−0.85
−0.82
20.95
21.04
1999
5.99
11.67
11.63
−9.14
−9.10
2000
6.42
2001
5.39
8.61
8.44
−11.94
−11.89
10.27
10.26
−22.05
−22.10
2002
5.00
4.11
4.10
28.54
28.69
2003
4.11
4.30
4.34
10.82
10.88
2004
4.30
*Rates of return for May (inception of S and I Funds) through December 2001.
ANNUAL
RETURNS
G
Fund
2004
MONTHLY RETURNS
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
2005
Jan.
Feb.
March
April
LAST 12 MONTHS
F
Fund
G
Fund
F
Fund
0.39
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.28
0.38
−0.50
0.60
1.00
1.88
0.29
0.87
−0.86
0.97
LBA
Bond
Index
−0.40
0.57
0.99
1.91
0.27
0.84
−0.80
0.92
0.37
0.37
0.37
0.37
4.53
0.58
−0.57
−0.48
1.35
5.21
0.63
−0.59
−0.51
1.35
5.26
1.37
1.86
−3.24
0.34
1.11
1.52
4.08
3.36
S&P 500
Stock
Index
1.37
1.94
−3.31
0.40
1.08
1.53
4.05
3.40
−2.40
2.06
−1.71
−1.90
6.35
−2.44
2.10
−1.77
−1.90
6.34
C
Fund
S*
Fund
—
—
18.52
26.61
7.51
32.70
−8.76
−2.22*
−18.14
42.92
18.03
Wilshire
4500 Stock
Index
−2.66
33.48
17.18
25.69
8.63
35.49
−15.77
−2.52*
−17.80
43.84
18.10
1.50
2.72
−5.52
0.00
3.92
1.85
6.96
4.17
Wilshire
4500 Stock
Index
1.52
2.75
−5.54
0.01
3.84
1.85
6.98
4.27
−3.39
2.04
−1.86
−3.72
8.20
−3.39
1.94
−1.92
−3.65
8.19
S
Fund
I*
Fund
—
—
6.27
1.46
20.46
26.81
−14.11
−15.42*
−15.98
37.94
20.00
EAFE
Stock
Index
7.75
11.27
6.14
1.55
20.09
26.72
−14.17
−14.88*
−15.94
38.59
20.25
0.30
2.89
−3.76
1.00
2.05
3.94
6.16
4.38
EAFE
Stock
Index
0.34
2.19
−3.25
0.44
2.61
3.41
6.83
4.39
−1.87
4.34
−2.52
−2.27
15.00
−1.83
4.32
−2.51
−2.35
14.95
I
Fund
Fund
Invested In
Index Tracked
G — Government Securities Investment Fund
Special issues of U.S. Treasury securities
N/A
F — Fixed Income Index Investment Fund
Barclays U.S. Debt Index Fund
Lehman Brothers U.S. Aggregate bond index
C — Common Stock Index Investment Fund
Barclays Equity Index Fund
S&P 500 stock index
S — Small Capitalization Stock Index
Investment Fund
Barclays Extended Market Index Fund
Wilshire 4500 stock index
Barclays EAFE Index Fund
Europe, Australasia, and Far East stock index
I
— International Stock Index Investment Fund
Future performance of the funds will vary and may be significantly
different from the returns shown above. See the Summary of the Thrift
Savings Plan for detailed information about the funds and their
investment risks. The monthly returns of the TSP Funds represent net
earnings for the month after deduction of accrued administrative
expenses and, except for the G Fund, after deduction of trading costs and
accrued investment management fees as well. The returns for the four
indexes shown do not include any of these deductions.
*
Implemented May 2001.
Please post on bulletin boards. Discard/recycle all previous notices.
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Information Technology
Managing Software Technology Solutions — Software Approval Process and
Information Technology Kit
This article establishes the software approval (SA) process and the Information Technology Kit (ITK) as components of the
approach the Postal Servicet uses to manage its information technology software solutions, software development tools,
commercial off-the-shelf products (COTS), and other software used in the Information Technology infrastructure. Technology
solutions include those components, technical standards, products, and guidelines that are invoked in the design, creation,
and delivery of information technology (IT) solutions for the corporation. They are not in themselves a complete system
solution.
Policy
It is the intent of the Postal Service to provide a corporate-level view when selecting technologies used in applications that
support business solutions. To do this, during application design, technology will be selected from the software solutions
listed in the ITK Approved-class category. If a technology is in the ITK Restricted-class category, the SA process will be used
to determine the technology’s use. In addition, the SA process will be used to add new technology solutions to the ITK.
Scope
The software approval process applies to the following:
H All Postal Service functional organizations, employees, suppliers, business partners, and contractors.
H All internal information technology solutions within the corporate technology infrastructure.
H All electronic data sources that interact with the internal Postal Service technology infrastructure.
About the SA Process
The SA process is the step-by-step discipline used to identify new or existing information technology solutions or to modify
existing corporate technology solutions. It provides a framework so that technology solutions developed and implemented for
one functional organization’s needs will consider the overarching needs of the corporation and the impact of delivering such
solutions on the corporate IT infrastructure. (See Exhibit A, Solution Approval Process as Part of the ISM Process, and
Exhibit B, Solution Approval Process.)
For software solutions that require version-number control, a request to change the version number of an existing
Approved- or Restricted-class technology solution must follow the SA process. Different levels of version control for different
technology solutions are implemented within the ITK (see http://itk for details).
When the SA Process Starts
The SA process starts in Phase 3 of the Integrated Solution Methodology (see http://ism). By then, a functional organization’s representative will have begun working with an IT portfolio manager (PM/IT) and other IT organizations to develop business solutions. The PM/IT initiates the SA process and accesses the ITK (http://itk) to see whether existing technology
solutions in the Approved or Restricted class meet the technical requirements established in ISM Phase 2, Planning.
If . . .
The ITK contains an Approved-class technology solution that
meets requirements,
The ITK contains a Restricted-class technology solution,
If the ITK does not contain a technology solution,
Then . . .
System development activities continue.
The SA process guides you through the steps needed to request
permission and gain approval to use the solution.
The SA process guides you through the steps needed to establish
an acceptable solution.
The SA process does not review code or track completed software development projects deployed within the coporation.
Benefits
For functional organizations:
H Reduced costs in the areas of purchasing technology solutions (when approved solutions are selected), support for the
application over its lifecycle, and integration of the solution into the corporate infrastructure.
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H Step-by-step help and direction to identify, select, and implement standardized and IT-supported technology solutions.
H More rapid deployment of information technology solutions by leveraging the existing infrastructure.
For the Postal Service:
H Less fragmentation within the corporate information technology business solution environment.
H Reduced costs in the areas of training, maintenance, and operational support.
H The ability to leverage internal expertise.
About the ITK
The ITK provides the list of Postal Service technology solutions. These solutions are classified as Approved, Restricted,
and Obsolete/Rejected (see definitions, below). The ITK focuses on standards and software solutions and includes data
about technology solutions, such as the responsible IT service manager, details of the functionality, and applicability of the
technology solutions. The ITK, formerly known as the Integrated Tool Kit, is used to invoke the SA process and is available at
http://ITK.
Definitions of Classifications Used in the ITK
Approved Technology Solutions. Standards, products, or tools that are a strategic part of the technical infrastructure. Items
that have enterprise deployment, provide a full range of services in their category, have a known and articulated purchasing
strategy in place, and considered to be authorized without further approval.
Restricted. Standards, products, or tools that are isolated in the infrastructure. Items that are used to meet specific business needs, but for which general widespread deployment is not authorized; typically represent “one-of-a-kind” solutions that
are approved to meet narrow or relatively short-term needs; or that require an SA request to obtain permission to use.
Obsolete/Rejected. Technology solutions that the Enterprise Architecture Committee (EAC) has evaluated and rejected or
made obsolete. (This category is used by IT for tracking and analysis purposes and is not available for public review.)
Access to and Use of the ITK
Who can access
Anyone authorized to access the
Postal Service infrastructure.
Portfolio Managers, IT; Service
Managers, IT; EAC members.
Type of access
Limited, automatic
Use
Research Approved-class technology solutions.
Unlimited*
Research Approved- and Restricted-class technology solutions; initiate
requests to use Restricted-class technology solutions; initiate requests
for new technology solutions.
* Anyone may request unlimited access via eAccess at http://eAccess.
Information Technology Responsibilities
The vice president, Chief Technology Officer, who is responsible for providing the direction and requirements for establishing the Postal Service IT infrastructure and methods and tools for application development, has the following responsibilities:
1. Manages the introduction of all business solutions to the IT infrastructure, including hardware and platform technology
management.
2. Resolves technology solution disputes as presented by the Enterprise Architecture Committee (EAC).
3. Serves as final approval authority for the addition of new technology solutions to the ITK.
The manager, Technology Support, who also serves as the chair of the EAC, will do the following:
1. Execute delegated authority on behalf of Supply Management, Purchasing.
2. Assist in negotiating contractual fulfillment for SA-approved solutions.
Portfolio managers, as the interface between functional organizations and IT service managers, will evaluate, clarify, and
present functional organization business requirements to the appropriate IT service managers.
Integrated Business Solutions Services Center managers will do the following:
1. Use the functional business organization requirements document created by the PM/IT to confer with IT service managers to identify technical requirements.
2. Present selected technology solutions from the ITK to the IT service manager.
IT service managers will do the following:
1. Review requests to use Restricted-class technology solutions within their respective service domains.
2. Assess requests for applicability.
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3. Notify the EAC of decisions affecting pending requests.
4. Formulate alternative solutions when required or desirable.
5. Submit requests for new technology solutions to the EAC within their respective service domains.
6. Approve the use of Restricted-class technology solutions within their respective service domains.
Functional Organization Responsibilities
Functional organization vice presidents and executive sponsors of information technology solutions are responsible for
the following:
1. Ensuring that their respective organizations work with their assigned PM/IT when considering technological solutions
for the IT infrastructure.
2. Following the SA process.
3. Using the ITK.
Exhibit A. Solution Approval Process as Part of the ISM Process
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Exhibit B. Solution Approval Process
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— Technology Support, Information Technology, 5-12-05
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NOTICE
FAST is Getting Closer — All Drop Shipment Customers Must Register!
Drop Shipment Appointment System (DSAS) sign-on
IDs will not work in Facility Access and Shipment Tracking
(FAST). Customers must log on to PostalOne! at
www.usps.com/postalone and follow the instructions to
create a new account. All customers who make drop shipments into Postal Servicet facilities must register by July,
even if appointments are made by telephone.
For customers who already have a PostalOne! account,
contact the PostalOne! Customer Care Center at
800-522-9085 to complete the FAST registration.
FAST User Training and Technical Webinars Are
Underway
Training sessions are specifically for current DSAS Web
online users, while the Webinar sessions are targeted toward the technical side to prepare companies that plan to
use Web Services. Web Services replace the current batch
processing available in DSAS for customers.
Training — Seats are Available
The Postal Service launched FAST Train-the-Trainer
classes for customers in New York, New York, and
Madison, Wisconsin, and will continue to offer sessions
throughout May and June at select Postal Service training
facilities around the country. Companies may select up to
five people to participate in the Train-the-Trainer classes.
The Customer Training Registration Form can be downloaded from the Rapid Information Bulletin Board System
(RIBBS) at http://ribbs.usps.gov.
Webinars — Replays Available
The Technical Webinar Series began on April 29th. The
first Webinar included participation from 25 customers and
highlighted the technical steps for customers to deploy
Web Services. The second Webinar was targeted at software vendors to help them meet the needs of Web
Services customers. These sessions were recorded and
are available for playback for those not able to participate
on the original dates.
To attend the next session, follow the Webinar instructions posted on RIBBS at http://ribbs.usps.gov, click FAST/
Surface Visibility, then Click Here for Additional Information
in the Document Repository. There you will find the
“Webinar 3 Instructions.”
— Logistics Systems,
Operations, 5-12-05
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International Mail
IMM REVISIONS
Miscellaneous IMM Revisions
Effective May 12, 2005, International Mail Manual (IMM)
123.3, 213.3, 216.352, 222.24, 231.3, 231.4, 236.3, 282.3,
and the individual country listing for San Marino are
revised.
213.3
We will incorporate these revisions into the printed version of IMM 31, and also into the online version of IMM 31,
which can be accessed via Postal Explorerr at
http://pe.usps.gov.
*** Pickup service is provided in accordance with the information in DMM 507.5; for more information, also visit the
online site at usps.com/pickup.
International Mail Manual (IMM)
216
*
1
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
210
Global Express Guaranteed
213
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
[Revise the second-to-last sentence of item a to read as
follows (adding an online location where users can obtain
information about the Carrier Pickup program):]
*** Pickup service is provided in accordance with the information in DMM 507.5; for more information, also visit the
online site at usps.com/pickup. ***
*
220
*
222.2
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Payment of Postage
*
*
*
Postage
*
*
*
Global Express Mail
*
*
Service Areas
*
*
The following choices are available for depositing Global
Express Guaranteed shipments prepared online:
222
Conditions for Mailing
*
*
216.352 Deposit
2
*
*
*
Mailers can also obtain form specifications by calling the
NCSC at 800-238-3150 — select option 5 for barcode
certification — or online at http://ribbs.usps.gov/files/
IntCustomsForms; click on customstechguide.pdf.
*
*
216.35 Shipment Preparation and Deposit
[Revise the paragraph beneath the mailing address to read
as follows (adding an online location where users can
obtain specifications for privately printed customs forms):]
*
*
Discounted Rates
*
*
*
Postage
*
216.3
Privately Printed Forms
*
*
*
Customs Forms
*
123.3
*
Preparation for Mailing
*
123
*
International Mail Services
*
120
*
Pickup Service
[Revise the last sentence to read as follows (adding an
online location where users can obtain information about
the Carrier Pickup program):]
*
*
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222.24 Pickup Service
236.3
[Revise the last sentence to read as follows (adding an
online location where users can obtain information about
the Carrier Pickup program):]
[Revise the third sentence (in parentheses) to read as
follows (removing the parentheses and adding an online
location where users can obtain information about the
Carrier Pickup program):]
*** Pickup service is provided in accordance with the information in DMM 507.5; for more information, also visit the
online site at usps.com/pickup.
*
*
*
230
Global Priority Mail
231
Description
*
231.3
*
*
*
*
*
Pickup Service
*** Pickup service is provided in accordance with the information in DMM 507.5; for more information, also visit the
online site at usps.com/pickup. ***
*
*
*
280
Parcel Post
281
General
*
*
*
[Revise the first sentence of 281 to read as follows (replacing the words “Standard Mail (B)” with “Package
Services”):]
Service Standards
[Revise 231.3 in its entirety to read as follows:]
Global Priority Mail is accepted at all Postal Service retail
locations. Prepaid GPM items may be tendered to a letter
carrier, deposited in an Express Mail street collection box,
or placed in a Post Office facility or lobby mail drop.
Parcel post resembles domestic zone/rated Packages
Services mail. ***
Note: GPM mailings consisting of 200 or more identical
pieces, which bear a permit imprint, must be deposited at a
locally designated business mail entry unit.
282
[Revise the title of 231.4 to read as follows:]
231.4
Destinations
[Delete section 231.41 in its entirety, including Exhibits
231.41a and b (removing references to Global Priority Mail
acceptance locations in the “Eagle Network,” which are no
longer valid because Global Priority Mail is accepted at all
retail locations). Also delete the heading for 231.42 (the
information in that section now comes directly under
231.4).]
*
*
*
*
*
GPM Postage Rate Group
*
*
Israel
*
3
*
236
*
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*
*
*
Mail Entry
*
*
*
282.3
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Postage
Pickup Service
[Revise the last sentence to read as follows (adding an
online location where users can obtain information about
the Carrier Pickup program):]
*** Pickup service is provided in accordance with the information in DMM 507.5; for more information, also visit the
online site at usps.com/pickup.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Individual Country Listings
*
*
[In the table in 231.4, revise the listing for Israel to read as
follows (removing the service limitations):]
Destination Country
*
*
*
San Marino
Country Conditions for Mailing
*
*
*
[Revise the entry for Global Priority Mail by removing the
rate and weight table and revising the text to read as
follows:]
Global Priority Mail (GPM) (230) NOT Available
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
— Mailing Standards,
Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
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IMM REVISION
Size Limits for Parcel Post Items to Poland
Effective May 12, 2005, International Mail Manual (IMM)
283.23c and the Individual Country Listing (ICL) for Poland
are revised to reflect new size limits for parcel post items
mailed to Poland.
We will incorporate these revisions into the printed version of IMM 31, and also into the online version of IMM 31,
which can be accessed via Postal Explorerr at
http://pe.usps.gov.
2
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*
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*
Conditions of Mailing
*
280
*
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*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
The maximum size limit for rectangular-shaped parcels of
42 inches in maximum length and 79 inches in maximum
length and girth combined applies to all countries except as
follows:
*
*
*
*
c. Airmail Parcel Post:
Maximum length: 60 inches
Maximum length and girth combined:
108 inches
Economy Parcel Post:
Maximum length: 42 inches
Maximum length and girth combined:
79 inches
[Revise 283.23c by adding Poland to the list to read as
follows:]
Andorra
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Italy
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Slovak Republic (Slovakia)
Spain
283.23 Exceptional Size Limits
*
Ireland
San Marino
Size Limits
*
Greece
Poland
Weight and Size Limits
*
283.2
*
Parcel Post
*
283
*
Gibraltar
Malta
International Mail Manual (IMM)
*
Germany
Sweden
Switzerland
Vatican City
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Individual Country Listings
*
*
*
Poland
Country Conditions for Mailing
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Size Limits
*
[Revise the size limits for parcel post to read as follows
(reflecting different size limits for air parcel post and economy parcel post):]
Air Parcel Post:
Maximum length: 60 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 108 inches
Economy Parcel Post:
Maximum length: 42 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 79 inches
*
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*
*
*
— Mailing Standards,
Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
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IMM REVISION
Admission of Flies of the Family Drosophilidae
See the article titled “DMM and IMM Revisions:
Admission of Flies of the Family Drosophilidae” starting on
page 21 in this issue of the Postal Bulletin for a revision to
International Mail Manual (IMM) 139.1.
— Pricing and Classification,
Mailing Standards, 5-12-05
OPERATIONS REMINDER
Use of International Mail Customs Declaration Forms
Our international facilities are experiencing difficulties
scanning the barcode printed on the new customs declaration PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch
Note — CP 72, when the form is placed incorrectly inside
PS Form 2976-E, Customs Declaration Envelope — CP 91
(clear plastic envelope).
Consequently, all PS Forms 2976-E with an edition date
prior to January 2004 must be discarded/recycled. Only the
January 2004 edition of this form may be used because it is
large enough to hold the most recent edition (January
2004) of PS Form 2976-A.
To prevent against delays in delivery, customers and
mail acceptance personnel must ensure the following:
H PS Form 2976-A is not folded when inserted into PS
Form 2976-E.
H The barcode on PS Form 2976-A is completely visible through PS Form 2976-E.
— International Network Operations,
Network Operations Management, 5-12-05
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Promotion. Postal Service Official Licensed Products
Products featured in this promotion are for individual purchases or Postal Service
promotional events. These items are not for resale in Postal Service retail stores.
You can obtain licensed items for retail sale through the Official Licensed Retail Product (OLRP) program.
All offices are eligible to participate in the program and may order products through the OLRP catalog on eBuy.
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Promotion. Postal Service Official Licensed Products
Products featured in this promotion are for individual purchases or Postal Service
promotional events. These items are not for resale in Postal Service retail stores.
You can obtain licensed items for retail sale through the Official Licensed Retail Product (OLRP) program.
All offices are eligible to participate in the program and may order products through the OLRP catalog on eBuy.
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Promotion. Postal Service Official Licensed Products
Products featured in this promotion are for individual purchases or Postal Service
promotional events. These items are not for resale in Postal Service retail stores.
You can obtain licensed items for retail sale through the Official Licensed Retail Product (OLRP) program.
All offices are eligible to participate in the program and may order products through the OLRP catalog on eBuy.
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Philately
Pictorial Postmarks Announcement
As a community service, the Postal Servicet offers
pictorial postmarks to commemorate local events celebrated in communities throughout the nation. A list of
events for which pictorial postmarks are authorized appears below. If available, the sponsor of the pictorial postmark appears in italics under the date. Also provided, as
space permits, are illustrations of those postmarks that
were reproducible and available at press time.
People attending these local events may obtain the
postmark in person at the temporary Post Officet station
established there. Those who cannot attend the event,
but who wish to obtain the postmark, may submit a
mail order request. Pictorial postmarks are available only
for the dates indicated, and requests must be postmarked
no later than 30 days following the requested pictorial
postmark date.
All requests must include a stamped envelope or
postcard bearing at least the minimum First-Class Mailr
postage. Items submitted for postmark may not include
postage issued after the date of the requested postmark.
Such items will be returned unserviced.
Customers wishing to obtain a postmark should affix
stamps to any envelope or postcard of their choice,
address the envelope or postcard to themselves or others,
insert a card of postcard thickness in envelopes for sturdiness, and tuck in the flap. Place the envelope or postcard
in a larger envelope and address it to: PICTORIAL POSTMARKS, followed by the NAME OF THE STATION,
ADDRESS, CITY, STATE, ZIP+4r CODE, exactly as listed
below (using all capitals and no punctuation, except the
hyphen in the ZIP+4 code).
Customers can also send stamped envelopes and
postcards without addresses for postmark, as long as they
supply a larger envelope with adequate postage and their
return address. After applying the pictorial postmark, the
Postal Service returns the items (with or without addresses) under addressed protective cover.
The following postmarks have been extended for 30 days.
April 7, 2005
April 13, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
U.S. Postal Service
15TH ANNIVERSARY STATION USS
ALBANY SSN753
CUSTOMER RELATIONS COORDINATOR
2600 ELTHAM AVE STE 109
NORFOLK VA 23513-2501
CELEBRATION STATION
POSTAL SUPERVISOR
1155 SEMINOLE STATION
CHARLOTTESVILLE VA 22906-9998
April 15, 2005
April 22–23, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
Vietnam Veterans of Brevard
INCOME TAX NIGHT STATION
POSTMASTER
33 E MIDLAND AVE
PARAMUS NJ 07652-9998
WICKHAM PARK STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 141
MELBOURNE FL 32902-0141
April 22, 2005
City of Jamestown
JAMESTOWN
REDISCOVERED
DEDICATION STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
JAMESTOWN KS 66948-9998
April 23, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
LOYALTY DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
FRESNO CA 93703-9998
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April 23, 2005
Historical Society
.
US GRANT BIRTHPLACE
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MOSCOW OH 45153-9998
April 23, 2005
Huntington High School
HUNTINGTON STATION
POSTMASTER
4020 OLD TOWN RD
HUNTINGTON MD 20639-9998
.
.
April 30, 2005
Upsilon Eta Omega Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Inc.
MARIAN ANDERSON STATION
POSTMASTER
420 45TH ST
FAIRFIELD AL 35064-9998
April 30, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
16TH ANNUAL REUNION
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
DEVILS LAKE ND 58301-9998
April 29, 2005
May 1, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
Veterans of Foreign Wars
MULESHOE TX POST OFFICE
POSTMASTER
221 E 3RD ST
MULESHOE TX 79347-9998
LOYALTY DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
4800 CONVERSE AVE
CHEYENNE WY 82009-9998
April 29–30, 2005
May 3, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
U.S. Postal Service
BOB WILLS DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
505 MAIN ST
TURKEY TX 79261-9998
MORTON INDIAN STATION
POSTMASTER
106 W TAYLOR AVE
MORTON TX 79346-9998
May 3, 2005
April 29–30 and May 2–3, 2005
America Postal Workers Union
Pennsylvania Capitol
Preservation Committee
UNION INDUSTRIES STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 3480
PORTLAND OR 97208-3408
CAPITOL STATION
POSTMASTER
1425 CROOKED HILL RD
HARRISBURG PA 17106-9998
April 30, 2005
May 3, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
U.S. Postal Service
LAKE COUNTY WALK
AMERICA STATION
POSTMASTER
399 E BURLEIGH BLVD
TAVARES FL 32778-9998
LUEDERS ANNUAL FISH DAY
STATION
POSTMASTER
125 E MAIN ST
LUEDERS TX 79533-9998
April 30, 2005
Athens County Children
Services
KIDFEST STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
ATHENS OH 45701-9998
May 5–9, 2005
Hamel Tourism Committee
CENTRAL STATES
NUMISMATIC SOCIETY
STATION
POSTMASTER
1720 MARKET ST
ST LOUIS MO 63155-9998
75
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May 9, 2005
May 6, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
PIONEER DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
302 N QUINN ST
GUYMON OK 73942-9998
May 6, 2005
Society for Czechoslovak
Philately
60TH ANNIVERSARY OF
CZECHOSLOVAK
LIBERATION STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
NEW PRAGUE MN
56071-9998
May 12, 2005
American Cancer Society
Village of Woodville and U.S.
Postal Service
RELAY FOR LIFE STATION
POSTMASTER
417 GIDDING ST
CLOVIS NM 88101-9998
LENA AND OLE STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
WOODVILLE WI 54028-9998
May 7, 2005
May 12, 2005
Kent County Tourism/Old Dover
Days Committee
Sulphur Rock School Board
OLD DOVER DAYS STATION
POSTMASTER
55 THE PLAZA
DOVER DE 19901-9998
May 7, 2005
Old Timers Balloon Rally
Philatelic
18TH ANNUAL OLD TIMERS
BALLOON RALLY STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
ROSWELL NM 88201-9998
WILDCAT STATION
POSTMASTER
210 S MAIN ST
SULPHUR ROCK AR
72579-9998
May 12, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
HOMETOWN HEROES
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
WOLSEY SD 57384-9998
May 7, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
CHILDRENS FESTIVAL
STATION
CUSTOMER RELATIONS
COORDINATOR
101 25TH ST
NEWPORT NEWS VA
23607-9998
May 7, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
May 12–15, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
LAS VEGAS CENTENNIAL
CELEBRATION STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LAS VEGAS NV 89199-9998
May 13, 2005
Cedar Ridge School Board
MAYFEST STATION
POSTMASTER
300 E SANTE FE ST
BANGS TX 76823-9998
INDIAN STATION
POSTMASTER
210 S MAIN ST
SULPHUR ROCK AR
72579-9998
May 8, 2005
May 14, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
Sucker Day Committee
GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
WEST POINT NY 10996-9998
NIXA SUCKER DAY STATION
CUSTOMER RELATIONS
COORDINATOR
PO BOX 455
NIXA MO 65714-0455
76
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May 14, 2005
Cheshire High School Science
Dept. Cheshire Town Historian
CHESHIRE DINOSAUR
FESTIVAL STATION
POSTMASTER
210 MAPLE AVE
CHESHIRE CT 06410-9998
May 14, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
HISTORIC PARK STATION
POSTMASTER
4210 WAASWORTH BLVD
WHEAT RIDGE CO
80033-9998
May 14, 2005
Aroostook Medical Center
May 14, 2005
Butler County Philatelic Society
BUTLERPEX STATION
POSTMASTER
345 S MAIN ST
BUTLER PA 16001-9998
AROOSTOOK MEDICAL
CENTER GRAND OPENING
STATION
POSTMASTER
23 SECOND ST
PRESQUE ISLE ME
04769-9998
May 14, 2005
City of Mooresville
WALKING TOUR AND
FESTIVAL STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MOORESVILLE AL
35649-9998
May 14, 2005
U. S. Postal Service
SYTTENDE MAI STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
STOUGHTON WI 53589-9998
May 14, 2005
Trenton Sesquicentennial
Committee
May 14–15, 2005
TRENTON
SESQUICENTENNIAL
STATION
POSTMASTER
120 E BROADWAY
TRENTON IL 62293-9998
Coffeyville Stamp Club
May 14, 2005
May 15, 2005
New Image QWI/EI Team
American Philatelic Society
UNION CANAL TUNNEL
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LEBANON PA 17042-9998
PIONEER AIRMAIL
DEDICATION STATION
POSTMASTER
132 N ALLEGHENY ST
BELLEFONTE PA 16823-9998
May 14, 2005
May 16, 2005
Westby Syttende Mai Inc.
Maryland School for the Blind
WESTBY SYTTENDE MAI
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
WESTBY WI 54667-9998
MD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
COMMUNITY FAIR STATION
STATION MANAGER
4990 MERCANTILE RD
BALTIMORE RD 21236-9998
COFFEYVILLE STAMP CLUB
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
COFFEYVILLE KS 67337-9998
May 17, 2005
May 14, 2005
Wilderness Road State Park
HISTORIC MARTINS STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
EWING VA 24248-9998
Agawam Town Sesquicentennial
Committee
AGAWAM
SESQUICENTENNIAL
STATION
POSTMASTER
600 SUFFIELD ST
AGAWAM MA 01001-9998
77
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
May 17, 2005
May 20, 2005
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Jimmy M. Stewart Museum
Foundation
KEYSTONE KONNECTION
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
CHAMPION PA 15622-9998
May 18, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
FLOWERMART STATION
MOWS
900 E FAYETTE ST
BALTIMORE MD 21233-9715
May 18, 2005
Lewis County Convention and
Visitors Bureau
MOUNT ST HELENS STATION
POSTMASTER
214 W LOCUST ST
CENTRALIA WA 98531-9998
May 18, 2005
Panna Maria Historical Society
ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
PANNA MARIA TX 78144-9998
10TH ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
47 S 7TH ST
INDIANA PA 15701-9998
May 20, 2005
Preservation Racine
PRESERVATION RACINE
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
RACINE WI 53404-9998
May 21, 2005
Maryland Jockey Club
PREAKNESS STATION
MOWS
900 E FAYETTE ST
BALTIMORE MD 21233-9998
May 21, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
SHAD FEST STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LAMBERTVILLE NJ
08530-9998
May 21, 2005
May 18, 2005
Mount Morris Historical Society
FRANCIS BELLAMY STATION
POSTMASTER
31 CHAPEL ST
MT MORRIS NY 14510-9998
May 19–22, 2005
National Road Festival
NATIONAL PIKE FESTIVAL
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998 ST
ADDISON PA 15411-9998
May 20, 2005
Copper Tube Society
75TH ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
VANDERBILT MI 49795-9998
Yucca Valley Chamber of
Commerce
PIONEER TOWN STATION
POSTMASTER
53441 MANE ST
PIONEERTOWN CA
92268-9998
May 21, 2005
Echotaps Organization
ECHOTAPS STATION
POSTMASTER
8753 MAIN ST
CAMPBELL NY 14821-9998
May 21, 2005
Chaffee City
CHAFFEE CENTENNIAL
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
CHAFFEE MO 63740-9998
78
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
May 21, 2005
Mary Anderson Center
MAGIC AT THE MOUNT
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MOUNT ST FRANCIS IN
47146-9998
May 21, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
KIRTLANDS WARBLER
FESTIVAL STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MIO MI 48647-9998
May 21–22, 2005
May 21, 2005
U.S. Postal Service
DYLAN DAYS STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
HIBBING MN 55746-9998
LYON COUNTY FLY IN AND
AIR FEST STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
SILVER SPRINGS NV
89429-9998
May 21, 2005
May 23, 2005
Professional Wrestling Hall of
Fame
Laurel Valley Golf Club
Hibbing Chamber of Commerce
INDUCTION STATION
POSTMASTER
10 CHURCH ST
AMSTERDAM NY 12010-9998
May 21, 2005
University of Oklahoma National
Conference Logistics Center
SOONER GOLD STATION
POSTMASTER
129 W GRAY ST
NORMAN OK 73067-9998
66TH SENIOR PGA
CHAMPIONSHIP STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LIGONIER PA 15658-9998
May 24, 2005
Mexico Maine Citizen’s Advisory
Council
OXFORD COUNTY CHARTER
BICENTENNIAL STATION
POSTMASTER
7 RIVERSIDE AVE
MEXICO ME 04257-9998
May 24, 2005
May 21, 2005
Rutgers Cook College
CHESTER STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
CHESTER MA 01011-9998
RUTGERS COOK COLLEGE
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
NEW BRUNSWICK NJ
08901-9998
May 21, 2005
May 25, 2005
Westside Community Center
Rutgers University
EASTERN SHORE
INAUGURAL RACE DAY
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
BIVALVE MD 21814-9998
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
NEW BRUNSWICK NJ
08901-9998
Chester Foundation
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 5-12-05
79
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Special Cancellation Die Hubs
Postmasters and plant managers who have any of the special cancellation die hubs listed below may use them for the
periods designated. At the end of the period, these die hubs must be withdrawn and stored. Postmasters and plant managers who do not have these special die hubs may not request them from the sponsors.
Cancellation
Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires
National Salvation Army Week, 4th Week in May
Support Research for “NF,” Neurofibromatosis
Support Your Mental Health Association
National Flag Day, June 14, Pause for the Pledge
Goodwill Industries — Our Business Works So People Can
Support National Historic Preservation Week
National Transportation Week
Fight Disease, Support City of Hope Pilot Medical Center
Defeat Muscular Dystrophy, Support MDAA
Conquer Multiple Sclerosis
Conquer Cystic Fibrosis
Peace Corps Anniversary, Making a Difference
Employ People With Disabilities
Give to the United Way
Learn About Lupus, October Is Lupus Awareness Month
Radon Action Week, Protect Your Family, Test Your Home
Support Infection Control Week
Help Retarded Children
Military Families Recognition Day
National Adoption Month
National Philanthropy Day, Love of Humankind
Use Christmas Seals, Support Your Lung Association
Support American Education Week
Autistic Children, Hope Through Research and Education
Period of Use
April 1–Oct. 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–June 14
May 1–June 30
May 8–May 14
May 15–May 21
May 15–June 15
May 15–June 17
May 17–June 17
Sept. 1–Sept. 30
Sept. 1–Oct. 31
Sept. 1–Nov. 30
Sept. 15–Nov. 15
Oct. 1–Oct. 31
Oct. 1–Oct. 31
Oct. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 8–Dec. 31
Nov. 10–Nov. 30
Dec. 1–Dec. 31
— Mailing Standards, Pricing and Classification, 5-12-05
UPDATE TO STAMP ANNOUNCEMENT 05-13
Henry Fonda Stamp
In the article “Stamp Announcement 05-13: Henry
Fonda Stamp” in Postal Bulletin 22152 (4-14-05, page 73),
the first sentence incorrectly states that the Postal Service
will issue the stamp in Los Angeles, California. In fact, the
stamp will be issued in Beverly Hills, California.
In the same article, the technical details incorrectly lists
the issue city. The issue city is the following:
BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90210.
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 5-12-05
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81
POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Post Offices
Post Office Changes
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New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
03-0925
State P.O. Name
85326 AZ
Buckeye
New
Old
03-0925
03-8269
85396 AZ
85374 AZ
New
03-8269
Old
County/
Parish
Effective
Date
Maricopa
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Buckeye
Sun City
Maricopa
Maricopa
Main Office
Surprise
Post Office
Classified
Branch
07/01/2005
85388 AZ
Sun City
Maricopa
Surprise
Classified
Branch
07/01/2005
03-5217
85208 AZ
Mesa
Maricopa
Four Peaks
Classified
Station
New
03-5217
85209 AZ
Mesa
Maricopa
Four Peaks
Classified
Station
Old
03-6845
85242 AZ
Queen Creek
Maricopa
Queen Creek
Annex
Carrier
Annex
New
03-6845
85243 AZ
Queen Creek
Maricopa
Queen Creek
Annex
Carrier
Annex
Old
03-8880
85746 AZ
Tucson
Pima
San Xavier
Carrier
Annex
New
03-8880
85757 AZ
Tucson
Pima
San Xavier
Carrier
Annex
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Codet for a delivery
area. Use Buckeye AZ
85396 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
85326.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Sun City AZ
85388 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
85374 and 85379.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Mesa AZ
85209 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
85208.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Queen
Creek AZ 85243 as
last line of address for
a portion of the
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 85242.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Tucson AZ
85757 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
85746.
07/01/2005
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
03-4440
State P.O. Name
86401 AZ
Kingman
New
Old
03-4440
03-8880
86409 AZ
85737 AZ
New
03-8880
Old
Effective
Date
Mohave
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Kingman
Tucson
Mohave
Pima
Main Office
Oro Valley
Post Office
Classified
Station
07/01/2005
85755 AZ
Tucson
Pima
Oro Valley
Classified
Station
07/01/2005
05-3420
92345 CA
Hesperia
San
Bernardino
Main Office
Post Office
New
05-3420
92344 CA
Hesperia
San
Bernardino
Main Office
Post Office
Old
05-1308
92008 CA
Carlsbad
San Diego
Main Office
Post Office
New
Old
05-1308
05-1308
92010 CA
92009 CA
Carlsbad
Carlsbad
San Diego
San Diego
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
05-1308
92011
Carlsbad
San Diego
La Costa
Carlsbad
Classified
Station
07/01/2005
Old
08-3876
06040 CT
Manchester
Hartford
Main Office
Post Office
New
Old
08-3876
08-4352
06042 CT
06460 CT
Manchester
Milford
Hartford
New Haven
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
08-4352
06461 CT
Milford
New Haven
Main Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
CA
County/
Parish
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Kingman AZ
86409 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
86401.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Tucson AZ
85755 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
85737.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Hesperia CA
92344 as last line of
address for a portion of
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 92345.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Carlsbad CA
92010 as last line of
address for a portion of
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 92008.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Carlsbad CA
92011 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
92009.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Manchester
CT 06042 as last line
of address for
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 06040.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Milford CT
06461 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
06460.
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
11-8955
State P.O. Name
34690 FL
Tarpon
Springs
New
11-8955
34692 FL
Tarpon
Springs
Old
18-0333
50021 IA
New
Old
18-0333
16-6294
New
Old
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Holiday
Classified
Branch
Effective
Date
Pasco
Holiday
Classified
Branch
07/01/2005
Ankeny
Polk
Main Office
Post Office
50023 IA
60544 IL
Ankeny
Plainfield
Polk
Will
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
16-6294
16-6294
60586 IL
60544 IL
Plainfield
Plainfield
Will
Will
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
Old
16-6294
16-0414
60585 IL
60504 IL
Plainfield
Aurora
Will
Du Page
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
Old
16-0414
16-0414
60505 IL
60504 IL
Aurora
Aurora
Du Page
Du Page
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
Old
16-0414
16-0414
60503 IL
60504 IL
Aurora
Aurora
Du Page
Du Page
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
16-0414
60502 IL
Aurora
Du Page
Main Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
Pasco
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Code for Post Officet
boxes. Use Holiday FL
34692 as last line of
address for a portion of
the Post Office boxes
previously in ZIP Code
34690.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Ankeny IA
50023 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
50021.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Plainfield IL
60586 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
60544.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Plainfield IL
60585 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
60544.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Aurora IL 60505 as
last line of address for
the 366 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
60504.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Aurora IL
60503 as last line of
address for deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
60504.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Aurora IL
60502 as last line of
address for deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
60504.
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
16-2292
State P.O. Name
62024 IL
East Alton
New
Old
16-8604
16-2292
62095 IL
62024 IL
New
Old
16-2382
16-2292
New
Old
County/
Parish
Effective
Date
Madison
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Wood River
East Alton
Madison
Madison
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
62025 IL
62024 IL
Edwardsville
East Alton
Madison
Madison
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
16-0702
16-2292
62010 IL
62024 IL
Bethalto
East Alton
Madison
Madison
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
New
Old
16-6888
16-2292
62084 IL
62024 IL
Roxana
East Alton
Madison
Madison
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
New
Old
16-7368
16-2292
62087 IL
62024 IL
South Roxana
East Alton
Madison
Madison
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
New
Old
16-3444
17-2783
62048 IL
46038 IN
Hartford
Fishers
Madison
Hamilton
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
02/05/2005
New
17-2783
46037 IN
Fishers
Hamilton
Main Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
Comments
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use Wood
River IL 62095 as last
line of address for the
572 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Edwardsville IL 62025
as last line of address
for the 2 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Bethalto IL 62010 as
last line of address for
the 8 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Roxana IL 62084 as
last line of address for
the 78 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use South
Roxana IL 62087 as
last line of address for
the 6 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Hartford IL 62048 as
last line of address for
the 33 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
62024.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Fishers IN
46037 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
46038.
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
19-4840
State P.O. Name
66040 KS
La Cygne
New
Old
19-4840
23-0216
66040 KS
21401 MD
LaCygne
Annapolis
New
23-0216
21409 MD
Old
25-3920
New
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Effective
Date
Linn
Anne
Arundel
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
03/22/2005
Annapolis
Anne
Arundel
Main Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
49512 MI
Grand Rapids
Kent
Main Office
Post Office
25-3920
49528 MI
Grand Rapids
Kent
Centerpointe
Postal Store
Classified
Station
Old
25-3920
49544 MI
Grand Rapids
Kent
Main Office
Post Office
New
25-3920
49534 MI
Grand Rapids
Kent
Northwest
Classified
Station
Old
25-8270
48603 MI
Saginaw
Saginaw
Main Office
Post Office
New
25-8270
48638 MI
Saginaw
Saginaw
Boardwalk
Classified
Branch
Old
25-9964
48192 MI
Wyandotte
Wayne
Main Office
Post Office
New
25-9964
48193 MI
Wyandotte
Wayne
Riverview
Classified
Branch
Linn
Comments
This announcement
changes the name of
the La Cygne KS Post
Office to the LaCygne
KS Post Office. Use
LaCygne KS 66040 as
last line of address.
This amends Postal
Bulletin 22152.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Annapolis
MD 21409 as last line
of address for a portion
of the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
21401.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for Post Office
boxes. Use Grand
Rapids MI 49528 as
last line of address for
a portion of the Post
Office boxes previously
in ZIP Code 49512.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Grand
Rapids MI 49534 as
last line of address for
a portion of the
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 49544.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Saginaw MI
48638 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
48603.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Riverview MI
48193 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
48192.
07/01/2005
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
25-6870
State P.O. Name
48167 MI
Northville
New
Old
25-6870
28-5958
48168 MI
63366 MO
Northville
O Fallon
New
28-5958
63367 MO
Old
28-5958
New
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Effective
Date
Wayne
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
O Fallon
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
63366 MO
O Fallon
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Post Office
28-5958
63368 MO
O Fallon
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Post Office
Old
28-7092
63304 MO
Saint Charles
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Post Office
New
28-5958
63368 MO
O Fallon
Saint
Charles
Main Office
Post Office
Old
36-2864
27526 NC
Fuquay Varina
Wake
Main Office
Post Office
New
Old
36-3712
34-9324
27540 NC
87735 NM
Holly Springs
Wagon Mound
Wake
Mora
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
04/02/2005
New
Old
34-9324
31-7280
87735 NM
89503 NV
Wagon Mound
Reno
Mora
Washoe
Main Office
Washington
Post Office
Classified
Station
03/25/2005
New
31-7280
89523 NV
Reno
Washoe
Peavine
Classified
Station
07/01/2005
Wayne
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Northville MI
48168 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
48167.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use O
Fallon MO 63367 as
last line of address for
the 840 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
63366.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use O Fallon MO
63368 as last line of
address for deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
63366.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use O Fallon MO
63368 as last line of
address for deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
63304.
07/01/2005
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use Holly
Springs NC 27540 as
last line of address for
the 30 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
27526.
This announcement
expands the use of ZIP
Code 87735 to include
delivery.
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use Reno
NV 89523 as last line
of address for the 2014
residential and 29
business deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
89053.
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New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
31-4080
State P.O. Name
89052 NV
Henderson
New
31-4080
89077 NV
Old
31-4880
New
County/
Parish
Effective
Date
Clark
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Henderson
Clark
Seven Hills
Classified
Station
07/01/2005
89199 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Main Office
Post Office
31-4880
89161 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Westridge
Classified
Station
Old
31-4880
89199 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Main Office
Post Office
New
31-4880
89165 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Sunrise
Classified
Station
Old
31-4880
89123 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Silverado
Classified
Station
New
31-4880
89105 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Silverado
Classified
Station
Old
31-4880
89199 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Main Office
Post Office
New
31-4880
89140 NV
Las Vegas
Clark
Westridge
Classified
Station
Old
47-4632
37922 TN
Knoxville
Knox
Concord
Classified
Branch
New
47-4632
37934 TN
Knoxville
Knox
Concord
Classified
Branch
Old
48-5995
78574 TX
Mission
Hidalgo
Main Office
Post Office
New
48-5995
78573 TX
Mission
Hidalgo
Main Office
Post Office
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Code for brand new
Post Office boxes. Use
Henderson NV 89077
as last line of address.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Las Vegas
NV 89161 as last line
of address for the
brand new deliveries.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Las Vegas
NV 89165 as last line
of address for brand
new deliveries.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for Post Office
boxes. Use Las Vegas
NV 89105 as last line
of address for a portion
of the Post Office
Boxes previously in
ZIP Code 89123.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for Post Office
boxes. Use Las Vegas
NV 89140 as last line
of address for the
brand new Post Office
boxes.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Knoxville TN
37934 as last line of
address for deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
37922.
07/01/2005
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use
Mission TX 78573 as
last line of address for
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
78574.
07/01/2005
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
ZIP
Code
Old
51-2706
State P.O. Name
22026 VA
Dumfries
New
51-2706
22025 VA
Dumfries
Old
54-8246
98390 WA
New
54-8246
Old
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
Effective
Date
Prince
William
Dumfries Annex
Carrier
Annex
07/01/2005
Sumner
Pierce
Main Office
Post Office
98391 WA
Sumner
Pierce
Bonney Lake
Classified
Branch
54-4830
98037 WA
Lynnwood
Snohomish
Main Office
Post Office
New
Old
54-4830
55-2406
98087 WA
25672 WV
Lynnwood
Edgarton
Snohomish
Mingo
Main Office
Main Office
Post Office
Post Office
07/01/2005
New
55-2406
25672 WV
Edgarton
Mingo
Main Office
Post Office
03/24/2005
Prince
William
Comments
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Dumfries VA
22025 as last line of
address for a portion of
the deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
22026.
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Bonney
Lake WA 98391 as
last line of address for
a portion of the
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 98390.
07/01/2005
Establish a new ZIP
Code for a delivery
area. Use Lynnwood
WA 98087 as last line
of address for
deliveries previously in
ZIP Code 98037.
This announcement
expands the use of ZIP
Code 25672 to include
delivery.
— Address Management, Intelligent Mail and Address Quality, 5-12-05
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POSTAL BULLETIN 22154 (5-12-05)
Retail
New Conduct on Postal Service Property Course
Determining what conduct is allowed on Postal
Servicet property can be difficult, especially when the situation calls for a quick response. Fortunately, a new course
explains the rules in simple, clear terms.
What is the new course? The General Counsel’s office, with assistance from Headquarters Employee Resource Management, has converted its Conduct on Postal
Property Quiz into a new Web-based course now available
at USPS eLearning Blue at http://hrishq.usps.gov/lms, under “Communicating Policy/Program Information.” The
course is called “Conduct on Postal Property,” and the
Course ID number is 25201-06. Since it has been approved
for mandatory training for fiscal year 05, the Law Department recommends that managers direct all employees who
deal with conduct issues to take the course.
Who should take this course? All postmasters, station
managers, customer relations representatives, and other
employees who deal with requests from members of the
public to engage in non-postal activities on real property
owned or controlled by the Postal Service should take the
course.
What will the course do for you? The course will lead
you through a series of scenarios and situations that are
similar to those you encounter during the course of your
business and ask whether or not the activity described is
prohibited. Plus, you will get training credit for taking the
course.
Where are the Conduct on Postal Property regulations located? The regulations are located in three places:
Postal Operations Manual (POM) 124; Poster 7, Rules and
Regulations Governing Conduct on Postal Property; and 39
CFR 232.1. A review of either Poster 7 or POM 124 would
be useful before you take the course. You can also check
out the General Counsel’s Web site at http://blue.usps.gov/
uspslaw/, under Conduct on Postal Property.
What activities are covered by the regulations?
Some of the activities the regulations prohibit on Postal
Service property and that are covered in the course are:
H Campaigning for election to any public office.
H Soliciting signatures on petitions, polls, or surveys.
H Soliciting contributions for charity.
H Distributing leaflets, picketing, demonstrating, and
other similar conduct in Postal Service lobbies.
H Vending, commercial advertising, depositing literature, and setting up tables and other structures.
Will there be tools available after taking the course?
Yes. First, you will be able to download and print the regulations for distribution to members of the public. Also, after
you take the course, you will be able to re-enter it for up to a
year and use it as a resource tool by clicking on the Find
Your Issue link to find answers to questions that may come
up later. The course explains Postal Service policy in clear,
simple terms and provides answers to commonly asked
questions. Finally, if you have a question that is not covered
in the quiz, you can use the link provided to contact your
field legal office to get an answer.
— General Counsel, 5-12-05
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Supply Management
Goodyear Tires on Sale
Are you planning to purchase tires soon? Here is your
chance to save money on Goodyear brand tires.
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company is once again offering its associate tire sale prices to Postal Servicet
employees and retirees for 5 days — May 19 to 23, 2005.
These prices are too good to pass up! Here is your
opportunity to save up to 25 percent off the purchase of
Goodyear brand auto and light truck tires. Special pricing
will also be offered for tire balancing and installation. The
special prices will be offered only at Goodyear Auto Service
Centers or Just Tires locations. To locate a participating
store, call 888-439-7786. You will need proof of Postal
Service employment to receive the special sale price.
In the event that you cannot find a Goodyear Auto
Service Center or Just Tires location in your area, you can
have the Goodyear brand tires shipped directly to your
home by calling 888-439-7786, choosing option 4, and
using reference code USPS-3 to place your order.
For complete pricing details and participating locations
for this sale, see Goodyear Employee Deals at http://
liteblue.usps.gov/news/deals/goodyear.htm.
— SCM Strategies,
Supply Management, 5-12-05
Realignment of Janitorial Services Contracting
Contracts for janitorial services and state designations
have been realigned. Postal Servicet facilities requiring
cleaning service contracts with self-employed individuals
that exceed the $10,000 annual threshold or firms that exceed the $2,500 annual threshold should see the listing below to determine who to contact to requisition services
within thier state. If the district crosses a state line, the requisition should follow the state where the district office is located. Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico districts will
continue to handle their own requirements.
The San Francisco Purchasing Service Center, 390
Main Street, Suite 602, San Francisco, CA
94105-5016 will procure janitorial services for the
following states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana,
Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota,
Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah,
Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. The contract
administrator is Richard Galvan and his telephone
number is 415-536-6558.
The Environmental and MRO Category Management
Center, Post Office Box 667190, Dallas, TX
75266-7190 will procure janitorial services for the
following states:
H Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North
Carolina, and South Carolina. The contract
administrator is Mary Ballard and her telephone
number is 214-819-7110.
H Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
The contract administrator is Lucy Suggs and her
telephone number is 214-819-7108.
H Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware,
Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island,
Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. The contract
administrator is Lynne Hale and her telephone
number is 214-819-7121.
H New Jersey and New York. The contract administrator is Barbara Reagor and her telephone
number is 214-819-7109.
H Massachusetts. The contract administrator is
Brenda Carter and her telephone number is
214-819-7103.
Janitorial services requirements that are below these
thresholds will continue to be acquired through local agreements. The Cleaning Service Local Buying Agreement
Guidelines can be found at acs.usps.gov/pubs/index.php.
Payment and expiration date information on both local
agreements and janitorial services contracts will continue
to be available at the St. Louis Accounting Service Center
Help Desk at 866-974-2733.
— SCM Strategies,
Supply Management, 5-12-05
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