United States Postal Service's nine-digit zip code automation program: hearing before the Subcommittee on Postal Operations and Services of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session, June 25, 1985
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50 billion pieces 6.8 billion ab-SS ai-j i-ss an-SS ANDERSON automated equipment awarded Bankard bar code sorter Board of Governors carrier route Chairman COMMITTEE ON POST contract cost customers develop digit ElectroCom ELMORE figures First-Class Mail five-digit FRANK HORTON going HICKSVILLE HORTON i-st IO-N JELLISON LELAND letter machines marketing ment MICKEY LELAND multiline reader multiline technology nine-digit mailings nine-digit volume nine-digit ZIP Code oa-jun-aa OFFICE AND CIVIL OPERATIONS AND SERVICES optical character readers p-SS p-st percent Phase POSTAL OPERATIONS Postal Rate Commission presort discounts Presort First-Class projection prototype conversion kits purchase questions return on investment ROBERT GARCIA RON DE LUGO single-line OCR's single-line optical character single-line reader ss aS-Mar-SS SS I9 statement SUBCOMMITTEE ON POSTAL SUBUIBAN Technology Committee three-digit told this subcommittee U.S. Postal Service UNASSIONED 0 44 usage levels ZIP+4 code ZIP+4 mail ZIP+4 program ZIP+4 usage