February 21st, 2013 | 2013 Budget Postal Service | Posted by Sean Reilly Orignal post found here: https://blogs.federaltimes.com/ For anyone with a background in appropriations law and a little time on their hands, FedLine has obtained a copy of the
IDEAlliance has recently changed their approach to the Mail.dat User License Codes. As many of you know, Mail.dat is a communication standard owned and maintained by IDEAlliance and used to facilitate electronic documentation and postage payment to the USPS via
The USPS is expected to announce that it will eliminate Saturday delivery for first class a in August and perhaps other types of mail. The press conference will be later today. The restriction imposed by Congress on ending Saturday delivery
1/3/13 Statement from Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe: Congressional Inaction Heightens Postal Service Financial Crisis; More Aggressive Cost Cutting and Revenue Generating Measures will be Considered. The 112th Congress adjourned without having passed postal legislation. Such legislation could quickly restore the
Folded Self-Mailer Regulation Changes Set for January 5, 2012 In collaboration with the mailing industry, the Postal Service initiated a mail piece design study to revise Folded Self-Mailer (FSM) standards for automation letter-size formats. As a result of the study
Below is an excerpt from the Press Release distributed by Siemens AG regarding the sale of its baggage handling, postal and parcel sorting business. Siemens plans to sell its baggage handling, postal and parcel sorting business. While the company holds
NPI is pleased to announce our new high-speed Flats and Parcel sorter. The Xstream is capable of sorting up to 30,000 pieces per hour.