Exclusion Factors

The Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMb) allows the U.S. Postal Service to track mail in real time from acceptance to delivery without the need for seeding and sampling of pieces.

The IMb is an information-rich barcode applied to mail pieces for automation discounts, free address corrections, and other services known as full-service mail, which serves as the cornerstone of the Postal Service’s official measurement system.

 

Static Shock

Cost-savings from new technologies and other programs have proven elusive.

Case in point: Dynamic Route Optimization (DRO), a technology-based initiative to reduce miles and costs for surface transportation. The U.S. Postal Service did not save the $22.4 million it projected for fiscal years (FYs) 2017 and 2018, our recent audit report found.

 

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    I received the following email from delivery@uspsdelivery.com and since I am expecting a delivery I tried to open the attachment. I could not. Is there another way to check on delivery or if I need...
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    This corrupt trick begins in the bulk mail entry units and trickles unnoticeable through this "start the clock" scanning scheme. We are instructed, in the bulk mail acceptance units, to...

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