USPS: Revenue protection – Seamless acceptance automates verification process

April 16, 2015 USPS is rolling out new technology that electronically validates postage payment of business mailings, part of a DRIVE initiative to better protect Postal Service revenue. The technology, known as seamless acceptance, quickly and efficiently confirms that business mailers have paid the correct postage when they enter mail at Business Mail Entry Units…

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Podcast on the Mailing Industry Project at the National Postal Museum

Join Allen Kane (Director of the National Postal Museum), Marty Emery (Manager, Public Relations and Internet Affairs), and Karen McCormick (Project Manager) along with Gene Del Polito in a discussion of the latest project to be undertaken by the National Postal Museum — “The Telling of the Story of the Mailing Industry in America.” There…

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UPDATED (1/13/15): Network Rationalization Phase 2 Overview, FAQS for Mailers

Network Rationalization Phase 2 Overview November 2014 (New 01/13/2015) Updated Phase 2 FAQS for Mailers and Mailing Industry, January 2015 (New 01/13/2015) via USPS  

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R.R. Donnelley Ready To Deliver When the Postal Service Doesn’t

If Congress decides to allow private delivery of newspapers and magazines on Sundays, the nation’s largest printing company is ready to step in. “We are looking at alternative delivery methods for content, for physical content,” Thomas J. Quinlan, CEO of R.R. Donnelley, told financial analysts this week. (SeekingAlpha has the complete transcript.) “With the platform…

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