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
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - Postal service - 51 pages
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50 billion pieces 6.8 billion ACCEPTANCE TEST SCHEDULE ACCP-TEST SITE REGION ANDERSON ASSIA automated equipment awarded bar code sorter beneﬁts Board of Governors Chairman contract cost DATE DATE ACCP-TEST DELIVERY ACCEPTANCE TEST DELIVERY START DATE digit Electrocom ELMORE ﬁgures ﬁrst First-Class Mail ﬁve ﬁve-digit FRANK HORTON going HICKSVILLE HORTON JELLISON LELAND letter marketing ment MICKEY LELAND MORGAN STATION multiline reader multiline technology nine-digit mailings nine-digit program nine-digit volume nine-digit ZIP Code OCRICS-OFFICIAL DELIVERY ACCEPTANCE optical character readers PHASE II OCRICS-OFFICIAL Postal Rate Commission Postal Service told presort discounts projection prototype conversion kits purchase questions REGION STACKERS return on investment RON DE LUGO Service’s single-line OCR'S single-line optical character single-line reader Speciﬁcal statement SUBURBAN Technology Committee three-digit told this subcommittee U.S. Postal U.S. Postal Service UNASSIGNED 0 44 usage levels ZIP+4 code ZIP+4 discount ZIP+4 mail ZIP+4 program ZIP+4 usage