An Important Set of Keys

We all have keys to lock and unlock our homes, offices, vehicles and other critical items in our lives. What then, you may ask, do keys have to do with mailing? To aid in the proper identification of postal facilities, particularly in eDoc, the USPS has assigned unique identification codes, called Locale Keys, to each postal processing and delivery facility. This allows for very precise identification of the postal facilities that mailers are using for their origin entry and for any additional entry points at which mail is entered.

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Where Is Your Mail Headed?

Mail Service Providers (MSP’s) spend a lot of time and money making sure that mailings are addressed and presorted properly. They also check that their mailing facilities have bundled and trayed/sacked the mail according to postal regulations. Finally, MSP’s understand the need to be sure mail is palletized properly, all the tray/sack/pallet tags are correct, and that mail was shipped to the correct entry points. Or was it?!

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Assessments for eInduction Program to begin in May

The United States Postal Service (USPS) announced at the recent Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) meetings that assessments for errors above published thresholds for eInduction mailings will begin in May 2017. The assessments will be based on April 2017 mailing data, and the invoice reports will be issued on May 11, 2017. The assessment process will mirror the process currently in place for the Full-Service® assessments.

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The Key to Postal Facility Identification

The United States Postal Service® (USPS®) has thousands of postal facilities across the country: Network Distribution Centers (NDC’s), Sectional Center Facilities (SCF’s), Area Distribution Centers (ADC’s), Destination Delivery Units (DDU’s), and recently the addition of what are called Service Hubs. These facilities often have names that are not reflective of their actual location. For example, one of the SCF’s in New Jersey is named Dominic V Daniels (a.k.a. DV Daniels), which can be confusing if you are not aware that this facility is located in Kearny NJ.

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