A comparative review of optical character readers used in mail processing: joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Postal Operations and Services and the Subcommittee on Postal Personnel and Modernization of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session, June 14, 1984
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5-digit ZIP 90 percent usage absolute advantage ANDERSON automatic conversion automation program automation strategy bar coding rate cash flow Chairman COMMITTEE ON POST conversion option converted to multi-line delay estimated five-digit FORD GARCIA GERRY SIKORSKI going hedge conversion JELLISON JUNE 14 low ZIP+4 usage mail piece mail processing MICKEY LELAND million multi-line equipment multi-line machines multi-line OCR performance multi-line readers multi-line technology nine-digit ZIP Code OCR's OCRs to multiline OFFICE AND CIVIL optical character readers optical character recognition Option G OTA and GAO OTA concluded percent multi-line PERSONNEL AND MODERNIZATION Phase II OCR phase II procurement Phase II single-line Pitney Bowes Pitney-Bowes POST OFFICE postal automation POSTAL PERSONNEL Postal Service projected rate incentives Recognition Equipment retrofit ROBERT GARCIA Service's single line single-line machines single-line to multi-line SUBCOMMITTEE ON POSTAL technically Telefunken U.S. Postal Service Ulvila usage level USPS WOOD ZIP mail ZIP+4 code