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ContentsCOVER STORYDeliveryMailbox Improvement Week, May 15–21, 2016 . . . . . . . . . . 3

POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND FORMS UPDATES

ManualsDMM Revision: Missing Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20ELM Revision: Non-Postal Training Guidelines

and Continued Service Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

ORGANIZATION INFORMATIONDomestic MailLabeling List Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Information SecurityReset Your ACE Login Credentials and Create

Strong Passwords. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

International MailPriority Mail International Parcel Service

Planned to Cuba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Mailing and Shipping ServicesMail Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

RetailStamps by Mail — Brochure Ordering Information . . . . . . . . 58

Stamp ServicesStamp Announcement 16-21: Indiana

Statehood Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59Stamp Announcement 16-22: EID Greetings Stamp. . . . . . . 61Update: Stamp Announcement 16-18: Classics

Forever Stamps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63Update: Stamp Announcement 16-13: World

Stamp Show NY-2016 Folio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64World Stamp Show-NY 2016, May 28 through

June 4, 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Pictorial Postmarks Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64How to Order the First-Day-of-Issue Digital

Color or Traditional Postmarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

PULL-OUT INFORMATIONFraudInvalid USPS Corporate Account Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms . . . . . . . . 29Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order Forms . . . . 35Verifying U.S. Postal Service Money Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38Counterfeit Canadian Money Order Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38Toll-Free Number Available to Verify Canadian

Money Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Other InformationOverseas Military/Diplomatic Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Freely Associated States (FAS) Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

POSTAL BULLETIN INDEX2015 Annual Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PB 22432 (1-7-16)

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DeliveryMailbox Improvement Week, May 15–21, 2016

Each year, the Postal Service™ designates the third full week of May as Mailbox Improvement Week to encourage customers on city motorized, rural, or contract delivery ser-vice routes (formerly highway contract box delivery routes)to examine and, where necessary, improve the appearance of their mailboxes. Neat, attractive mailboxes make a sig-nificant contribution to the appearance of the countryside and streets in suburban areas. Mailbox Improvement Week, May 15–21, calls attention to the need for providing mailboxes that are:

1. Approved by the Postmaster General.

2. Fully operational.

3. Designed to protect the mail from weather.

4. Safe to use.

5. Conveniently located.

6. Neat in appearance.

Additional information is available on the Delivery and Post Office Operations website at http://blue.usps.gov/delret/L4CityDelvry_GROWTH.htm.

Mailboxes that meet these six important requirements help delivery and collection operations and improve service to the entire route. There are four approved styles of curb-side mailboxes:

1. Traditional design (see Exhibit A1, page 4).

2. Traditional design–wide (see Exhibit A2, page 4).

3. Contemporary design (see Exhibit B, page 4).

4. Locked, full, or limited service.

USPS-STD-7C governs the design and specifications of curbside mailboxes and includes provisions for improved quality of the product.

Notice 209Postmasters should send Notice 209, Mailbox Improve-

ment Week, to all rural and highway contract box delivery route customers the week before Mailbox Improvement Week to alert them of the event.

Notice 209 for Mailbox Improvement Week may be ordered through the U.S. Postal Service eBuy2 Ordering System under the MDC eBuy2 catalog or the Touch Tone Order Entry (TTOE) system.

The National Stock Number (NSN) to search under is 7610-03-000-9145 and the Postal Service Item Number (PSIN) is NOT209. If you already have a 10-digit access code

for Touch Tone Order Entry, please dial 800-273-1509 to place your order. If you do not already have an access code, dial 800-332-0317 to register for Touch Tone Order Entry.

Ordering InformationUse the following information to order Notice 209:

PSIN: NOT209PSN: 7610-03-000-9145Unit of Issue: EAQuick Pick Number: 496Bulk Pack Quantity: 3,000Minimum Order Quantity: 50Price: $0.0260

City Motorized, Rural, and Contract Delivery Service Routes

Customers must use only approved traditional, contem-porary, or locked full/limited service curbside mailboxes for new installations or replacements. When new delivery is established or extended, Postmasters must ensure that customers use delivery equipment that is approved by the Postmaster General. However, a customer may use a cus-tom-built curbside mailbox if the local Postmaster gives prior approval and the mailbox conforms generally to the same requirements as approved manufactured curbside mailboxes relative to the flag, size, strength, and quality of construction.

Note: Postmasters do not have the authority to approve mailbox systems such as USPS-STD-4C wall-mounted units or cluster box units (CBUs) that are not approved by the Postmaster General through the normal USPS® approval process.

Carriers on motorized city routes may continue to serve mailboxes that are designed primarily for use by customers receiving door delivery and that have been erected and served under previous regulations (see Exhibit C, page 4). However, carriers should advise customers that they may use only approved curbside mailboxes when replacing these types of mailboxes. A list of approved manufacturers of traditional curbside mailboxes appears on pages 8–11.

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Exhibit A1 through C For motorized city routes, and where the use of street names and house numbers is authorized on rural and con-tract delivery service routes, the mailbox must display the number on the side of single mailboxes or on the door of grouped mailboxes. If the mailbox is on a street other than the one on which the customer resides, the street name and house number must be on the mailbox. When rural and contract delivery service route customers have assigned box numbers, the numbers must appear on the side of sin-gle mailboxes or on the doors of grouped mailboxes, visi-ble to the approaching carrier. The street number, box number, and any other address information must be inscribed in contrasting color in neat letters and numerals not less than 1 inch in height. In all instances, placing the owner’s name on the box is optional, but not recom-mended by the Postal Service.

Motorized city, rural, and contract delivery service route customers should be encouraged, but not required, to group mailboxes whenever practical, especially where many mail-boxes are located at or near crossroads, service turnouts, or similar locations. Customers should also paint mailboxes and supports/posts and keep them rust-free. Advertising on mailboxes and mailbox supports is prohibited.

In areas where snow removal is a problem, the Postal Service suggests using a semi-arch or extended arm-type support (see Exhibit D, below), which allows snowplows to sweep near or under mailboxes without damaging sup-ports and provides easy access to the mailboxes by carri-ers and customers.

Generally, mailboxes should be installed at a height of 41–45 inches from the road surface to the bottom of the mailbox or point of mail entry. Mailboxes should be set back 6–8 inches from the front face of the curb or road edge to the mailbox door. However, because of varying road and curb conditions and other factors, the Postal Service recom-mends that customers contact their local Post Office™ before erecting or replacing mailboxes and supports.

Exhibit D

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LocationCustomers must place mailboxes on motorized city,

rural, and contract delivery service routes so a carrier can safely and conveniently serve them without leaving his or her vehicle. The mailboxes must be on the right-hand side of the road in the carrier’s travel direction in all cases where traffic conditions make it dangerous for the carrier to drive to the left to reach the mailboxes, or where doing so would constitute a violation of traffic laws and regulations. Postal Operations Manual (POM) 632.6 specifies postal regula-tions regarding locations for apartment houses and other multiple unit dwellings. On new rural and contract delivery service routes, all mailboxes must be on the right-hand side of the road in the direction of the route line of travel. Mailbox placement must conform with state laws and high-way regulations. City motorized, rural, and contract deliv-ery service route carriers are subject to the same traffic laws and regulations as other motorists. Customers must remove obstructions, including vehicles, trash cans, and snow, that impede safe and efficient delivery. Except when a mailbox is temporarily blocked, carriers must have access to the mailbox without leaving the vehicle unless authorized to dismount.

Location of centralized delivery equipment is discussed during planning and prior to the start of construction when-ever possible. Discussing equipment locations early in the process allows for builders and USPS officials to determine the safest and most efficient locations for equipment. By co-locating boxes, USPS and the building industry realize the best return on the investments of centralized delivery. Factors to consider when determining locations for central-ized delivery equipment include but are not limited to the following:

Co-locating delivery equipment.

Carriers’ line of travel.

Customer and carrier safety.

Customer accessibility (sufficient turnaround space and access for customers with mobility disabilities).

Equipment security.

Mailbox SupportsThe Postal Service does not regulate mailbox supports

in any way except for purposes of carrier safety and deliv-ery efficiency. Posts and other supports for curbside mail-boxes are owned and controlled by customers, who are responsible for ensuring that posts are neat and adequate in strength and size. Heavy metal posts, concrete posts, and miscellaneous items of farm equipment, such as milk cans filled with concrete, are examples of potentially dan-gerous supports. The ideal support is an assembly that bends or falls away when struck by a vehicle. Post or sup-port designs may not represent effigies or caricatures that disparage or ridicule any person. Customers may attach the box to a fixed or movable arm. POM 632.5 specifies postal regulations regarding construction and placement of mailboxes and supports on motorized city, rural, and con-tract delivery service routes.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has deter-mined that wooden mailbox supports no larger than 4 inches by 4 inches, or a 2-inch diameter standard steel or aluminum pipe, buried no more than 24 inches, should safely break away if struck by a vehicle. According to FHWA, the mailbox must also be securely attached to its post to prevent separation if struck. See Exhibits E (page 6) and F (page 7) for examples of mailbox mountings and sup-ports suggested by the FHWA.

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Exhibit E

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Exhibit F

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Make Your Mailbox Green — Rightsize Your Mailbox

There are many items to consider when selecting your curbside mail receptacle. Your mailbox is where your Postal Service carrier places your mail at the time of deliv-ery, but what about your packages?

A mail receptacle that can accommodate small pack-ages will protect them from inclement weather and offer a safe haven for packages that may otherwise be left at your doorstep.

A mail receptacle large enough for larger packages to be placed inside can also be a convenient area for your carrier to pick up your outgoing packages through the USPS free Carrier Pickup™ program. By saving a trip to the Post Office, you conserve gasoline, save time, and help the envi-ronment.

Greener Mailboxes Lead to Greener Neighborhoods

Every mailbox appropriately constructed, installed, and in good physical condition allows the Postal Service to deliver the mail safely and efficiently, thus eliminating a trip to the Post Office for our customers, which saves fuel, thereby reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

However, the “greenest” form of mail delivery occurs where centralized mail delivery systems are located in neighborhoods that serve multiple residents from a single location.

Sometimes referred to as “clustered mailboxes” or “community mailboxes”, these neighborhood mailbox cen-ters provide the greatest amount of fuel savings and car-bon emission reductions because of the built-in efficiency of less truck idle time due to the carrier’s ability to deliver mail to multiple customers during a single stop.

When the Postal Service increases the use of central-ized delivery for new and existing customers, the benefits to our environment are significant. We realize immediate fuel savings, reductions in carbon emissions, and “greener” neighborhoods everywhere across the country.

In addition to fostering a sense of community, central-ized delivery provides the added benefits of secure equip-ment for mail and package delivery, outgoing mail collection, and reduced carbon emissions.

So, if you’re establishing or extending centralized deliv-ery in your area of operations, or as a customer, moving into or living in a neighborhood served through centralized mail delivery, know that you are also helping to improve your environment because your neighborhood is served using the greenest form of mail delivery.

Curbside Mailboxes Approved by the Postmaster GeneralUSPS-STD-7C (Supersedes all previously published lists of approved manufacturers)

Alpha Products5570 West 70th Pl.Bedford Park, IL 60638www.alphaproductsinc.comMV1215 (Locking)

American Postal Manufacturing 530 W. Oklahoma Ave., Suite 600Milwaukee, WI 53207-2649www.americanpostalmfg.com 1812 (Contemporary)N1926045 (Contemporary)

Applicables (Mailbox Door Covers)PO Box 90018Indianapolis, IN 46290www.applicables.com Applicables/Collegiate (Accessory)Applicables/High School (Accessory)Applicables/Seasonal (Accessory)Applicables/Military (Accessory)Applicables/Patriotic (Accessory)

Architectural Mailboxes, LLC123 W. Torrance Blvd., Suite 201Redondo Beach, CA 90277www.architecturalmailboxes.com5100 (Locking)5500 (Contemporary)5592 (Contemporary)6200 (Locking)6300 (Locking)6700 (Locking)7500 (Contemporary)7600 (Traditional)8000 (Contemporary)8900 (Contemporary)950020 (Contemporary)

Armadillo EnclosuresPO Box 462199Escondido, CA 92046-2199www.jaycomailboxes.com 1000F (Traditional)1000R (Locking)

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Bobi Company32 Hillcrest Ave.Collingswood, NJ 08108-1315www.bobi.comBO37000A (Locking)BO39000A (Locking)BO22000 (Locking)BO25000 (Locking)BO55000 (Locking)

Brandon Industries1601 W. Wilmeth Rd.McKinney, TX 75069-8250www.brandonindustries.com M1 (Contemporary)M2 (Contemporary)M3 (Contemporary)M4 (Contemporary)M5 (Contemporary)

Brightlight Solutions816 NE 7th TerraceCape Coral, FL 33909www.brightlightsolutions.net1000 (Contemporary)

Postal Pro Mailbox Products22 Millbranch Rd., S-710Hattiesburg, MS 39402-1670www.postalpromailboxes.comPP10

Crown Expressions1095 N.W. Nuff Rd.Atlanta, GA 30318-4176BA12 (Accessory)BA12 (It’s a Beautiful World)BA12 (Be My Valentine)BA12 (Season Greetings)BA12 (Have a Beautiful Day)BA12 (It’s a Boy)BA12 (It’s a Girl)

Davis Tool3740 N.W. Alockek Pl.Hillsboro, OR 97124-7142www.davistl.com 1022-X (Locking)1025-X (Locking)1123-X (Locking)1125-X (Locking)

Energy Technology Labs976 United CircleSparks, NV 89431-6514Secure Mail Vault (Locking)

Epoch Design17617 N.E. 65 St., Ste. 2Redmond, WA 98052-4979www.epochbydesign.com Mail Boss-7104 (Locking) Mail Manager 750x (Locking)Package Master 720x

Estes Design and Manufacturing470 S. Mitthoeffer Rd.Indianapolis, IN 46229www.estesdm.comEPS2640437 (Contemporary)EPS2640319 (Contemporary)

Euroasia Products3700 Commerce Blvd.Kissimmee, FL 34741www.euroasiaproducts.comUWWRX060401 (Contemporary)UBBDX060403 (Contemporary)UBBXX060404 (Contemporary)USBXX060407 (Contemporary)

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675www.florencemailboxes.comMB2000 (Locking)

Florida Aluminum Products359 Douglas Rd.Oldsmar, FL 34677-2973www.creativemailboxdesigns.comME (Contemporary)

Fort Knox Mailbox265 Tech WayGrants Pass, OR 97526-8530www.fortknoxmailbox.comLarge Standard Mailbox (Locking)The Fortress (Locking)

Fulton Corporation303 8th AvenueFulton, IL 61252-1632www.fultoncorp.comT2 Traditional

Fuoriserie Imports351 37th St.Brooklyn, NY 11232-2505www.ecco-products.com ECCO 3 (Traditional)

Gaines Manufacturing12200 Kirkham Rd.Poway, CA 92064-6806www.gainesmfg.comKeystone (Contemporary)

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Imperial Mailbox Systems3901 Norris Ln.Millbrook, AL 36054-2433www.imperialmailboxsystems.com001-01 (Contemporary)001-04 (Contemporary)001-06 (Contemporary)001-07 (Contemporary)001-08 (Contemporary)001-09 (Contemporary)002-00 (Contemporary)

Jamestown Advanced Products, Inc.2855 Girts Rd.Jamestown, NY 14701-9666www.jamestownadvanced.com56 (Traditional)49 (Traditional)54 (Traditional)23 (Traditional)

Janzer9 Chelten WayTrenton, NJ 08638-5000www.janzer.com StoneyBrae (Traditional)

Kaps6357 Myrtle Grove Rd.Wilmington, NC 28409-4526Toll Free: 877-872-98681981 (Small Mailbox Tray Accessory)1982 (Medium Mailbox Tray Accessory)1983 (Large Mailbox Tray Accessory)

Kay Jay NoveltiesPO Box 96Naselle, WA [emailprotected] (Accessory)

Letter Locker21483 Waalew Rd.Apple Valley, CA 92307-1025www.LetterLocker.com Supreme Letter Locker (Locking)Standard Letter Locker (Locking)

MailcasePO Box 241Midvale, UT 84047-0241www.mailcase.com801-859-267992107 (Locking)

Mackenzie-Childs LLC3260 State Rd., Route 90Aurora, NY 13026-8704www.mackenzie-childs.com1000 (Contemporary)

Mackenzie Enterprise LLC12391 Broy St.Marcellus, MI 49067-9745www.themailsig.com20408 OS (Accessory)20408 ST (Accessory)

Mail Systems NW12365 S.W. Tooze Rd.Sherwood, OR 97140-7205Belaire 14 (Locking)Belaire 16 (Locking)Belaire BR16 (Locking)Belaire 20 (Locking)Senator 16 (Locking)Senator 18 (Locking)Senator 24 (Locking)Senator XL (Locking)

Mailbox Solutions19350 S.W. 118th Ave.Tualatin, OR 97062-7293www.mbxs.comSteelHead (Locking)Columbia (Locking)

Postal Vault4620 Royal Ln.Dallas, TX 75229-4203www.postalvault.com PV101 (Locking)PV201 (Locking)PV300 (Locking)PV400 (Locking)

Salsbury Industries1010 East 62nd St.Los Angeles, CA 90001-1598www.mailboxes.com4850 (Contemporary)4855 (Contemporary)4325 (Locking)4350 (Locking)4375 (Locking)4550 (Locking)

Solar Group107 Fellowship Rd.PO Box 525Taylorsville, MS 39168-0525www.gibraltarmailboxes.comST-10 (Traditional)ST-15 (Traditional)

E-16 (Traditional)ST-20 (Traditional)ST-11 (Traditional)ES15 Estate (Traditional)ST-16 (Traditional)PL-10 (Traditional)

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CENTURY 2000 (Contemporary)CL-1 (Contemporary)E-11 (Contemporary)RSK (Locking)A15 (Contemporary)Gentry (Contemporary)PED (Locking)BC00 (Contemporary)VM Victorian (Contemporary)

MB-950BSN Seville (Traditional)MB-550 Georgian (Traditional)MB-158 Tuscany (Traditional)MB-950 BRBC Seville (Traditional)MB-170 Mainstreet (Traditional)MB-541 Northpointe (Traditional)MB-970AB Westminster (Traditional)MB-950WBC Seville (Traditional)MB-370 Ventura (Traditional)MB-320 Hamilton (Traditional)MB-801 Ironsides (Traditional)MB-384BC Alta Vista (Traditional)MB-386C Monterey (Traditional)MB-388B Hillcrest (Traditional)MB-382T Fremont (Traditional)MB-386OBR Monterey (Traditional)MB-380B Sierra (Traditional)MB-505 (Traditional)MB-515 (Traditional)MB-981B Reliant (Locking)VM-000 B01 (Contemporary)

Spring City Electrical Manufacturing CompanyOne South Main St.Spring City, PA 19475-0019www.springcity.comEstate (Contemporary)

Step 210010 Aurora-Hudson Rd.Streetsboro, OH 44241www.step2.com 5401 (Contemporary)5402 (Contemporary)5452 (Contemporary)5317 (Locking)5209 (Contemporary)

Veeders Mailbox9891 Montgomery Rd. #324Cincinnati, OH 45242-5322www.veedersmailbox.com LGVMB-G (Traditional)LGVMB-SS (Traditional)SMVMB-B (Traditional)SMVMB-SS (Traditional)

Whitehall Products8786 Water St.Montague, MI 49437www.whitehallproducts.comBalmoral (Contemporary)Capitol (Contemporary)Chalet (Contemporary)Whitehall (Contemporary)

Y’All Got Mail3088 Ragsdale Dr.Milan, TN [emailprotected]’All Got Mail (Accessory)

Cluster Box Units and All-Weather Parcel LockersDuring Mailbox Improvement Week, Postmasters and

managers or their designees must review all cluster box units (CBUs), neighborhood delivery and collection box units (NDCBUs), and outdoor parcel lockers (OPLs) in their delivery areas to identify any hazards or irregularities, and they must record the results of the review.

Note: NDCBUs are not approved for use in new delivery or as replacement units for existing NDCBUs — even when privately purchased. Postal Service officials must not install Arrow locks in new NDCBUs or initiate delivery to NDCBU units installed as replacements.

Upon completing the reviews, keep a copy in your local office and send consolidated copies to the designated growth coordinator for each district. Use PS Form 8143, Equipment Checklist and Followup Review, in conducting and recording the reviews. PS Form 8143 is available in this Postal Bulletin (see Exhibit G on page 17). PS Form 8143 is also available on the PolicyNet website at http://blue.usps.gov/cpim/; click Forms. Employees conducting the reviews must complete PS Form 1624, Delivery/Collec-tion Equipment Work Request, for any equipment that poses a safety hazard to postal customers or employees. You can order PS Form 1624 from the MDC using touch-tone order entry (see page 3 for MDC ordering instruc-tions), or download it from the PolicyNet website at http://blue.usps.gov/cpim/. Ordering information for PS Form 1624 is as follows:

PSIN: PS1624PSN: 7530-01-000-9392Unit of Issue: SEQuick Pick Number: N/ABulk Pack Quantity: 6,000Minimum Order: 100Price: $0.0119

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Cluster Box UnitsUSPS-B-1118G

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com

Unit is powder-coated aluminum.

Contract #1CDSEQ-11-B-1004 — Place orders through eBuy2.

Note: You must use eBuy2 to purchase supplies from this contract supplier.

Cluster Box Unit AccessoriesFlorence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com Decorative CBU AccessoriesVogue-Vogue C1 Crown Molding Cap Vogue-Vogue P114 Short Pedestal Cover Vogue-Vogue P128 Tall Pedestal CoverRegency — 1201, Tall Pedestal CoverRegency — 1202, Short Pedestal CoverRegency — 1200, Top CoverRegency — Flame & Ball, Top Cover Finials

Note: CBU accessories are optional equipment that is intended to enhance the aesthetic appearance of commer-cially purchased units.

High Security Cluster Box UnitsFlorence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 785-323-4470

800-275-5081 (toll-free)www.florencemailboxes.com

Unit is powder-coated aluminum and stainless steel.

Contract #1CDSEQ-11-B-1004 — Place orders through eBuy2.

Note:

1) You must use eBuy2 to purchase supplies from this contract supplier.

2) Unit is anodized, painted aluminum. Pedestal is an-odized, painted stainless steel.

Contract No. 1CDSEQ-05-B-3001, available on eBuy2.

Outdoor Parcel Locker (OPL)USPS-B-1116B

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com

Contract #1CDSEQ-11-B-1004 — Place orders through eBuy2.

Note: You must use eBuy2 to purchase supplies from this contract supplier.

Replacement Pedestals — CBU, NDCBU, and OPL Universal

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com

NDCBU Universal Pedestal is anodized aluminum — does not fit Superior units Replacement Pedestal — OPLReplacement Pedestal — American Locker CBUReplacement Pedestal — American Locker OPLContract #1CDSEQ-11-B-1004 — Place orders through eBuy2.

Note: You must use eBuy2 to purchase supplies from this contractor.

Wall-Mounted Centralized Mail ReceptaclesUSPS-STD-4C

USPS-STD-4C was fully implemented on October 6, 2006. All new multi-unit constructions with building permits submitted before October 6, 2006, retain the option of using apartment-style receptacles built to the specifica-tions of USPS-STD-4B+.

All multi-unit construction with building plans submitted on October 6, 2006, or later are required to use wall-mounted mail receptacles built and approved to the spec-ifications of USPS-STD-4C.

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The receptacles offer:

Improved compartment security.

Customer-friendly compartment designs, which allow mail to be placed flat into the compartment.

Increased ease of use for carriers

Larger customer compartment capacity for small parcels and rolls (SPRs), small parcels, and large vol-umes of mail.

One parcel locker for every 10 customer compart-ment ratios for installations with 10 customer com-partments or more.

Secure outgoing mail compartments.

The use of USPS-STD-4C boxes is primarily intended for new construction and not as a means of retrofitting existing complexes. However, buildings undergoing signif-icant renovations or rehabilitations may be required to con-vert to wall-mounted receptacles that are USPS-STD-4C compliant. If these renovations include significant struc-tural changes and present an opportunity for more com-plete makeovers, the builders should include 4C receptacles. Buildings that are simply remodeling or changing the outward/surface appearance of the lobby are not considered examples of renovations that would trigger the use of 4C receptacles.

If you have additional questions, contact your area or district growth coordinators for further information, or send an email to [emailprotected].

Approved ManufacturersUSPS-STD-4C

2BGlobal895 Dove St., Suite 300Newport Beach, CA 92660Telephone: 800-650-2606

949-502-3778Fax: 949-502-3772www.2B-Globalmailboxes.comFront Loader Designs1 & 2 High Customer Compartments Largest Approved Double-Column Unit has 20 (1 High) Customer Boxes

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com

Front Loader DesignsRear Loader Designs1, 2, 3, & 4 High Customer CompartmentsLargest Approved Double-Column Unit has 20 (1 High) Customer Boxes

Jensen Mailboxes30W021 Penny Ln.Warrenville, IL 60555www.jensenmailboxes.comFront Loader Designs1 & 2 High Customer CompartmentsLargest Approved Double-Column Unit has 17 (1 High) Customer Boxes

Postal Products Unlimited500 West Oklahoma Ave.Milwaukee, WI 53207-2649Telephone: 800-229-4500www.mailproducts.comFront Loader Designs1 High Customer CompartmentsLargest Approved Double-Column Unit has 20 (1 High) Customer Boxes

Salsbury Industries1010 E. 62nd St.Los Angeles, CA 90001-1598Telephone: 800-624-5269Fax: 800-624-5299www.mailboxes.comFront Loader DesignsRear Loader Designs1, 2, 3, & 4 High Customer CompartmentsLargest Approved Double-Column Unit has 20 (1 High) Customer Boxes

Apartment House Mail Receptacles — Horizontal and VerticalNote: The Postal Service has revised USPS-STD-4B. The new standard is USPS-STD-4C.

For replacement of existing equipment, security enhanced versions of both horizontal and vertical boxes are now available. They are referred to as “USPS-STD-4B+” boxes and are designed to fit cleanly into buildings with old USPS-STD-4B boxes.

USPS-STD-4B+ boxes are approved for Postal Service mail delivery for existing indoor installations or existing pro-tected outdoor locations. However, the Postal Service does not approve the purchase of this equipment for new installa-tions and will not install Arrow locks in any such equipment. You may only order replacement parts for Postal Service–owned equipment that was installed in the past.

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Approved ManufacturersUSPS-STD-4B+

American Device Manufacturing5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com Horizontal units only

American Eagle Mailboxes3017 Wheelock St.Dallas, TX 75220Telephone: 800-488-4810Fax: 800-570-0007www.americaneaglemailbox.comHorizontal units only

Florence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com Jensen MailboxesTelephone: 877-597-5671www.jensenmailboxes.com Horizontal units only

Salsbury Industries1010 E. 62nd St.Los Angeles, CA 90001-1598Telephone: 800-624-5269Fax: 800-624-5299www.mailboxes.com

Locks PSIN O910A & B, O910HS (per USPS-L-1172D), O913A through K cams, O306P1 (per USPS-L-1294B), 0306A1 and A2, 0306B and D, 0308 (per USPS-K-852H)

CompX Security Products*200 Old Mill Rd.PO Box 200Mauldin, SC 29662-0200www.compx.com *Formerly National Cabinet LockContact: Larry SpringgateTelephone: 864-286-1696Fax: 864-286-1698

Contract No. 1CDSEQ-11-B-1005

Note:

1) In accordance with Helping Hand Issue #23, return all nonfunctioning Post Office box locks (PSIN O306B, O306D, O308, O306A1 and O306A2) and excess keys, and Rev. E CBU Parcel Locker Locks (PSIN O306P, see MMO-123-06 and Postal Bulletin 22204 (4-12-07, pages 93–94), reorder using PSIN O306P1), to CompX at the address shown below. This should now include Armor Safe Corporation (ASC) and Royal (RL) Post Office box locks needing replacement keys, which were previously returned to the Mail Equipment Shop.

Lock Refurb ProgramCompX Security ProductsPO Box 200Mauldin, SC 29662-0200

2) The preferred method to order locks is from eBuy2, Supplier — MDIMSCAT, which is the Topeka Material Distribution Center. Use the following information to order locks:

Material Distribution CenterAttn. Supply Requisitions500 S.W. Gary Ormsby Dr.Topeka, KS 66624-9702e-mail: [emailprotected]: 800-273-1509Option 1, followed by option 2

LicensingUSPS licenses two products of USPS-approved deliv-

ery and collection equipment for sale to customers other than USPS itself: a) customer compartment locks (O910A and B) used in centralized delivery equipment, and b) the CBU, which, when combined with the O910 lock, surpasses a required security level. Commercial manufac-turers who wish to become licensed suppliers of either the O910 lock (USPS-L-1172D) or the CBU (USPS-B-1118G) should contact the following office for application procedures.

USPS Licensing ContactDelivery Team Licensing3190 S. 70th St. Rm. 601Philadelphia, PA 19153-9990

Current O910 Lock LicenseesCompx Security Products* 200 Old Mill Rd.PO Box 200Mauldin, SC 29662-0200www.compx.com *Formerly National Cabinet LockTelephone: 864-286-1696Fax: 864-286-1698License Number: 1CDSEQ-08-B-0011

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Current CBU LicenseesFlorence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com Unit is powder-coated aluminum in a choice of six col-ors: Sandstone, Black, Bronze, White, Green, and Postal Gray

License Number: 1CDSEQ-08-B-0012

Salsbury Industries1010 E. 62nd St.Los Angeles, CA 90001-1598Telephone: 800-624-5269Fax: 800-624-5299www.mailboxes.com Unit is powder-coated aluminum in a choice of five col-ors: Sandstone, Black, Bronze, White, and Green

License Number: 1CDSEQ-08-B-0026

Postal Products Unlimited, Inc.500 West Oklahoma Ave.Milwaukee, WI 53207-2649Telephone: 800-229-4500Fax: 800-570-0007www.mailproducts.comLicense Number: 1CDSEQ-10-B-0011

Premium Post Office BoxesFlorence Manufacturing Company5935 Corporate Dr.Manhattan, KS 66503-9675Telephone: 800-275-1747

785-323-4400Fax: 800-275-5081 (toll-free)

785-323-4470www.florencemailboxes.com Place orders through eBuy2,eBuy PPO-13AF or PPO-16AF.

Equipment Review ProcedureEmployees must use the CBU and parcel locker equip-

ment checklist and follow-up review procedure when examining the condition of CBUs, NDCBUs, and OPLs. You must:

1. List the 5-digit, USPS-marked postal ID number of the unit. This is usually visible on the front or side of the body or pedestal. If a postal ID number is not available, list the unit location, equipment type, and manufacturer in the left-hand column. If you are able to access the back of the unit, list the unit’s

vendor-supplied serial number. You must distinguish the type listed as an NDCBU or CBU.

2. Assign each checklist item one of the following rat-ings:

a. OK — Equipment does not need attention for this item.

b. X — Equipment needs attention for this item.

c. NA — Item does not apply to this particular piece of equipment.

3. When examining the equipment, use the instructions below to complete PS Form 8143:

a. Check equipment. All delivery and collection equipment should be straight, vertical, and firmly mounted. For safety concerns, please ensure that customer compartments are facing away from the street (refer to the safety note below) or are ori-ented such that safe collection and delivery of the mail may occur. Visually verify that four bolts/nuts are firmly in place securing the pedestal to the concrete pad and to the delivery equipment. Apply hand pressure to the top edge of the unit from the front side. While the unit may flex under the load, verify that the pedestal stays firmly mounted to the concrete and that the unit does not separate from the pedestal.

Note: For safety concerns, ensure that customer compartments are located such that customers do not have to stand in the street to access their mail or that letter carriers do not have to stand in the street to deliver mail. Consider all factors of equipment location including setbacks from streets that may allow customer compartments to face the road, but be of such a distance so as not to affect the safe delivery and collection of mail.

b. Check visible welds. Make note of cracked, bro-ken, or rusted welds. For NDCBUs and OPLs only, tap the pedestal with a lightweight hammer, espe-cially along the seams, to check for corrosion from the inside out or perforated corrosion.

c. For CBUs and NDCBUs, observe whether the car-rier access door is locked and secure. Open it and observe whether it is bowed or warped and whether the door and locking bar operate smoothly. With the carrier access door open, check whether restraining devices prevent the two master doors from blowing closed. These devices, which may have to be set manually, should be serviceable.

d. Ensure that the Arrow lock operates smoothly and easily and that the mounting hardware is tight. For NDCBUs, CBU parcel doors, and OPLs, the

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protective cover that shields the Arrow lock from customer tampering or theft must be serviceable and firmly attached.

e. For OPLs, secure the cover that protects the Arrow lock from theft with the proper quantity of tamper-resistant screws.

f. Ensure that all customer access doors are pres-ent, closed, and locked with no visible damage or signs of forced entry. Check that customer door numbers are legible.

g. Ensure that the exterior surface of the unit is free from rust and graffiti.

h. Examine the unit. Check it for defects or damage and whether it reflects a proper Postal Service image.

i. Check whether the unit and any protecting struc-ture appears watertight and in good repair. Check whether there are any noticeable watermarks inside the unit or any wet mail.

j. Note any other conditions that require attention. Also, look for signs of vandalism such as pry marks on doors and locks.

4. Record the results of the inspection on the checklist.

5. Submit the completed PS Form 1624 for each unit re-viewed to the maintenance office responsible for centralized delivery equipment installation or repair in the area.

Carriers must note equipment deficiencies and report them to the Postmaster, supervisor, or designee. The Post-master or designee must then submit PS Form 1624 reporting the equipment defects. In addition, carriers should complete PS Form 1767, Report of Hazard, Unsafe Condition, or Practice, for items that pose an immediate threat to safety, such as an improperly secured or leaning NDCBU/CBU. You can order PS Form 1767 from the MDC using touch-tone ordering procedures (see page 3). Order-ing information for PS Form 1767 is as follows:

PSIN: PS1767PSN: 7530-01-000-9422Unit of Issue: SEQuick Pick Number: 141Bulk Pack Quantity: 1000Minimum Order: 25Price: $0.0570

The Postmaster or supervisor must immediately notify by telephone the office responsible for repair of reported hazards. The Postmaster or supervisor must follow up to ensure that the work is satisfactorily completed and docu-mented. The office responsible for repair should use its local buying authority to accomplish the repairs.

In January of 1999, the Postal Service announced that NDCBUs cannot be installed for delivery of mail beginning in FY 2000. As previously stated, there are no waivers granted for this policy. Place all orders for CBUs and OPLs against the national contracts listed below. Use eBuy2 to place all orders.

Graffiti on mailboxes? There is a new special soy-based cleaner available through eBuy or the MDC identified as “Cleaner, Grafitti Remover, Collection Box” PSN: 7930-13-000-4764. Cost $17.41 per 22 oz. bottle.

This product has proven successful in removing graffiti from collection boxes. While most effective on the most current collection boxes when treated as graffiti-resistant, this cleaner may still prove effective with any legacy equip-ment that has a good quality paint coating. For older col-lection boxes, test the product in an inconspicuous spot on the collection box to ensure it does not damage the current paint coating.

For eBuy2 ordering instructions, go to the Postal Ser-vice Intranet at http://blue.usps.gov; and in the left-hand column, click eBuy/eBuy2. You may also call 800-USPS-HELP for additional help.

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Exhibit G

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State and Local RegulationsSome states have enacted laws that are more stringent

and specific about the type of mailbox that may be used, the post or support that must be used to mount the mailbox, and the location of the delivery equipment. Regulations and rec-ommendations published in this notice might not reflect appropriate requirements for your area. When providing guidance to the general public concerning mailbox place-ment and replacement, advise them not only of Postal Ser-vice regulations but also of any mailbox regulations that you know have been enacted by state or local authorities. Fur-ther information is available from the following:

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials444 N. Capitol St. N.W., Ste. 249Washington, DC 20001-1512

Federal Highway AdministrationOffice of Highway Safety HHS-10400 7th St. S.W.Washington, DC 20590-0003

PublicityPostmasters must give these guidelines and sugges-

tions maximum local publicity. Consult your area Corporate Communications representative for further guidance and assistance in publicizing Mailbox Improvement Week. The news release on page 19 is provided for Postmasters to distribute to daily or weekly newspapers or broadcast sta-tions in their delivery area to promote Mailbox Improve-ment Week. You may also find it helpful to alert the media to locations of particularly interesting mailboxes in your delivery area.

ResponsibilityMotorized city, rural, and contract delivery service route

carriers must cooperate to ensure the success of this endeavor, and later report the results to the Postmaster. In addition, Postmasters should use the most up-to-date list of manufacturers and mailbox suppliers when providing motorized city, rural, and contract delivery service route customers with information about the type of box to install.

— Delivery Programs Support, Delivery Operations, 5-12-16

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: [Insert Your Name][Insert Date] [Insert Your Phone Number]

Internet: www.usps.com

Mailbox Improvement Week Arrives in Time for Spring Cleaning

The U.S. Postal Service is asking all [city name] homeowners to inspect and repair their mailboxes during Mailbox Improvement Week, May 15–21, says Postmaster [full name].

“Repairing suburban and rural mailboxes improves the appearance of our community and makes delivering and receiving mail safer for our carriers and customers,” [last name]says.

The Postal Service makes this annual request because of the wear and tear that occurs to mailboxes every year. “This is especially important after the effects of last winter,” [he/she]adds [if applicable].

Some of the typical activities that may need to be done include:

Replacing loose hinges on a mailbox door.

Repainting a mailbox that may have rusted or started peeling.

Remounting a mailbox post if loosened.

Replacing or adding house numbers.

“If a homeowner plans to install a new mailbox or replace a worn one, he or she must use only Postal Service–approved traditional, contemporary or locking full/limited service mailboxes,” said [last name]. “Customers should be careful when purchasing curbside mail receptacles because the use of unapproved boxes is prohibited. Customers may use a custom-built mailbox, but they must consult with my office to ensure it conforms to guidelines applying to flag, size, strength and quality of construction.”

For more information on the use of names or numbers on mailboxes, or answers to any other questions, contact Postmaster [full name] at [phone number] or call your local Postmaster at [phone number].

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ManualsDMM Revision: Missing Mail

Effective June 6, 2016, the Postal Service™ will revise Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service,Domestic Mail Manual (DMM®), section 507.1.9, by adding a new sub-section 1.9.3, Customer Inquiry. This new sec-tion provides customers with the methods to inquire about missing items and introduces the new “Missing Mail” online application option available to registered USPS.com®

customers.

Additionally, we will revise sections 507.1.9.1 and 608.8.1 to provide contact information.

Although this clarification will not be published in the DMM until June 6, 2016, the Missing Mail application will be available to customers starting May 16, 2016.

Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)

* * * * *

500 Additional Mailing Services

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507 Mailer Services

1.0 Treatment of Mail

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1.9 Dead Mail

1.9.1 Basic Information

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[Revise the first sentence of item f to read as follows:]

f. Dead parcels are opened at the Mail Recovery Cen-ter (see 608.8 for address) to determine name and address of the addressee or sender to permit delivery or return. ***

* * * * *

[Add new 1.9.3 to read as follows:]

1.9.3 Customer Inquiry

A customer may inquire about missing mail items listed under 1.9.1 as follows:

a. Contact the local Post Office to initiate a MRC Search form.

b. Use the Missing Mail online application available to registered USPS.com customers to complete a search request. Access to the application is available on USPS.com under Help>Find Missing Mail.

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600 Basic Standards for All Mailing Services

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608 Postal Information and Resources

* * * * *

8.0 USPS Contact Information

8.1 Postal Service

[Add new contact information to 8.1 to read as follows:]

Mail Recovery Center — Atlanta125 Villanova DriveAtlanta, GA 30378-2507

* * * * *

We will incorporate these revisions into the next online update of the DMM, which is available via Postal Explorer® at http://pe.usps.com.

— Product Classification, Marketing and Sales, 5-12-16

ELM Revision: Non-Postal Training Guidelines and Continued Service AgreementEffective May 12, 2016, the Postal Service™ is revising

the Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM), Chapter 7, to update the language and process around tui-tion reimbursem*nt now referred to as “Authorization for Non-Postal Training.” Historically, employees were required to solicit approval in advance of any non-postal training opportunity, which made the terminology “tuition

reimbursem*nt,” in essence, not the correct process termi-nology. Changes to the name of this program, now referred to as “Authorization for Non-Postal Training,” along with a realignment of the costs associated with the Continued Service Agreement (CSA) are included in this revision.

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Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM)

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7 Training and Development

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710 Overview

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714 Training Delivery

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714.2 Postal Training Delivery

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714.22 Delivery Sources

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714.221 Headquarters

[Revise the text of 714.221 to read as follows:]

Headquarters Employee Resource Management (ERM) and Learning and Development (LD) develop and maintain national training programs and provide delivery through a variety of media and resources at many locations. ERM and LD use available technology to enhance delivery options.

* * * * *

715.1 Explanation

[Revise the second sentence of 715.1 to read as follows:]

***Individual courses within these training systems are described in ERM and Learning and Development web pages, Postal Service learning portals, and the literature about specific training programs.***

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715.52 Curriculum Guides and Enrollment

[Revise the second sentence of 715.52 to read as follows:]

***Curriculum guides are available through a variety of sources, including the ERM, LD, and NCED intranet sites, publications in support of strategic programs, and the liter-ature about specific training programs.

* * * * *

731 Nomination and Registration

[Revise the third sentence of 731 to read as follows:]

***Curriculum guides are available from a variety of sources, including the ERM, LD, and NCED intranet sites, publications in support of strategic programs, and the liter-ature about specific training programs.

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[Revise the title of 740 to read as follows:]

740 Non-Postal Training Policy

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[Revise the title and text of 741.23 to read as follows:]

741.23 Eligibility for the Funding of Non-Postal Training Including College or University Courses, Degree Programs, Executive Development, and Certification Programs

Non-bargaining employees are eligible for funding under the Learning and Development Policy as follows:

a. Individual courses, certification programs, and exec-utive development programs:

1. All PCES and EAS employees with more than 18 months of service subject to 741.22 and 741.241.

2. Participants in a specific program that provides such opportunities.

b. Degree programs:

1. PCES and EAS-18 or higher EAS positions.

2. Potential successors identified by CSP or those who demonstrate the ability to be accepted into CSP if they are not yet eligible.

3. Participants in a specific program that provides such opportunities.

Note: Approval will not be granted for participation in a doctoral program.

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742.11 Standard Training

[Revise the first sentence of 742.11 to read as follows:]

All requests for Non-Postal training (to include individual college or university courses, academic degree programs, certification programs, and executive development pro-grams) must be approved through an eBuy requisition.***

742.12 Approval Process for Individual College Courses

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[Add new item e to read as follows:]

e. The employee must complete a Continued Service Agreement if the dollar amounts meet or exceed the initial thresholds defined in section 743.4 below.

[Revise the title and text of 742.13 to read as follows:]

742.13 Approved Process for Academic Degree Programs

The approval process for an employee to enroll in an aca-demic degree program is as follows:

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a. The degree program must be documented on the employee’s IDP.

b. The Non-Postal Training Application Form (Exhibit 743.2) and an eBuy requisition must be com-pleted by the employee.

c. The employee must complete a Continued Service Agreement.

d. The eBuy and application form must be approved by the employee’s manager and forwarded to the responsible PCES manager, who will submit the doc-umentation to his or her Vice President for approval.

e. The documentation is then forwarded to the Director, Learning and Development, who reviews the application and Continued Service Agreement and secures approval from the CHRO.

Note: Approval will not be granted for participation in a doctoral program.

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[Revise the title and text of 743 to read as follows:]

743 Eligibility for the Funding of Non-Postal Training, Including College or University Courses, Degree Programs, Certification

Programs, and Executive Development Programs — Non-bargaining Employees

As indicated in 741.23, non-bargaining employees are eli-gible for authorized funding as follows:

a. Individual courses, certification programs, and exec-utive development programs:

1. All PCES and EAS employees with more than 18 months of service subject to 741.22 and 741.241.

2. Participants in a specific program that provides such opportunities.

b. Degree programs:

1. PCES and EAS-18 or higher EAS positions.

2. Potential successors identified by CSP.

3. Participants in a specific program that provides such opportunities.

Note: Approval will not be granted for participation in a doctoral program.

743.1 Roles and Responsibilities

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Exhibit 743.1 Roles and Responsibilities

[Revise the text of Exhibit 743.1 to read as follows:]

Non-Postal Training: Individual CoursesRoles ResponsibilitiesEmployee Complete eBuy requisition in accordance with guidelines set forth in 742.311.

Complete college/university application process.

Submit grade reports or evidence of course completion to Manager, Learning Development and Diver-sity, at district level and supervisor or nominating manager at area or headquarters.

Sign Continued Service Agreement for Non-Postal Training if dollar thresholds are met (see 743.4).Manager, Learning Development and Diversity (District)

Review and forward eBuy requisition to PCES manager for approval.

Ensure that eBuy and supporting documentation are submitted to Learning and Development.

Ensure invoices are certified in a timely manner.

Ensure that the Continued Service Agreement, if completed, is signed and submitted to area or head-quarters representative.

Supervisor or Nominating Manager (Area and Headquarters)

PCES Manager (Area and Headquarters)

Receive grade reports or evidence of course completion.

Provide list of students to the Manager, Leadership Development and Talent Management at the end of each semester.

Approve eBuy requisition.

Follow up on employee’s performance in courses.Director, Learning and Development

Serve as coordinator and point of contact for Non-Postal training.

Receive and validate Continued Service Agreements, if completed, before forwarding to the CHRO for approval.

Forward approved Continued Service Agreement accountable information to the HR Shared Services Center (HRSSC) for entry into the Human Capital Enterprise System (HCES).

Maintain reports for CHRO.

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Non-Postal Training: Academic Degree Programs, Certification Programs, and Executive Development ProgramsRoles ResponsibilitiesEmployee Complete Non-Postal Training Application Form (Exhibit 743.2).

Complete eBuy requisition accordance with guidelines set forth in 742.311 after approval is received.

Complete college/university application process, if applicable.

Sign Continued Service Agreement for Non-Postal Training (Exhibit 743.43) for academic degree pro-grams or for certification programs and executive development programs.

Submit grade reports or evidence of course completion to Area or HQ Liaisons.Area/HQ Liaison Ensure that the eBuy, Non-Postal Training Application Form, and Continued Service Agreements are

signed and submitted to area or headquarters representative.Supervisor or Nominating Manager (Area and Headquarters)PCES Manager (Area and Headquarters)

Review and forward eBuy requisition and Non-Postal Training Application form to Vice President for approval.

Ensure that the Non-Postal training form and Continued Service Agreements are submitted to the Di-rector of Learning and Development for approval.

Receive grade reports or evidence of course completion.

Provide list of students to the Director, Learning and Development at the end of each semester in a report that is sent out by Learning and Development.

Sign Non-Postal Training Application Form.

Follow up on employee’s performance in program.Officers Approve eBuy requisition.

Sign Non-Postal Training Application Form.Director, Learning and Development

Serve as coordinator and point of contact for Non-Postal training.

Maintain reports for CHRO.

Receive and validate Non-Postal Training Application Forms and Continued Service Agreements be-fore forwarding to the CHRO for approval.

Forward approved Continued Service Agreement accountable information to the HR Shared Services Center (HRSSC) for entry into the Human Capital Enterprise System (HCES).

Maintain records of all approved Non-Postal Training Applications and Continued Service Agreements.

At the end of each semester, report tuition costs for the Postal Service.

Forward approved documentation to employee for submission with eBuy request.Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

Approve Non-Postal Training Application Forms and Continued Service Agreements.

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[Revise the title of 743.2 to read as follows:]

743.2 Non-Postal Training Application Form

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[Revise the title and text of Exhibit 743.2 to read as follows:]

Exhibit 743.2 Non-Postal Training Application Form Learning and Development Non-Postal Training Application Form (Revised February 2015)

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Return form to: Learning and Development, 475 L’Enfant Plaza, Room 9827, Washington, DC 20260-4201.

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743.41 Condition for Signing

[Revise the text of 743.41 to read as follows:]

Employees who enroll in an undergraduate or graduate degree program, or an internal leadership program (such as the Managerial Leadership Program or the Advanced Lead-ership Program) must sign a Continued Service Agreement and certification statement and submit it to the Director, Learning and Development before starting the program (see Exhibit 743.43). Employees who enroll in individual college/university courses, a certification program, or an executive development program must also sign a Contin-ued Service Agreement and certification statement, if dollar thresholds are met. The Director, Learning and Development forwards the Continued Service Agreement accountable information approved by the CHRO to the HRSSC for entry into the HCES.

If an employee completes more than five Non-Postal train-ing courses within three consecutive years, the employee will be considered to be working toward the completion of an academic degree and will accordingly be required to complete a Continued Service Agreement before taking any additional courses.

Employees do not have to sign the agreement and certifi-cation when:

a. Training is provided by a manufacturer as a normal service incidental to the initial purchase or lease of products under a procurement contract.

b. There are no expenses to the Postal Service other than salary.

743.42 Period of Commitment

[Revise the text of 743.42 to read as follows:]

Employees will be required to complete a certain period of service following the completion of their internal leadership program, degree program, certification program, course(s), or executive development program. The commitment period begins immediately upon completion of training. Employees who separate from the Postal Service before completing their course, program, certification, or execu-tive development program will be required to reimburse the Postal Service for all expenses the Postal Service incurred in connection with the employee’s pursuit of the training. The commitment for each type of program is as follows:

a. 1 year for programs that have a cost range from $5,000 to $20,000.

b. 2 years for programs that have a cost range from $20,000 to $50,000 (to include MLP and ALP).

c. 3 years for programs that have a cost range from $50,000 to $75,000.

d. 4 years for programs that have a cost range from $75,000 to $100,000.

e. 5 years for programs $100,000 and up.

Approval will not be granted for participation in a doctoral program.

Note: When an employee enrolls in an executive-level graduate program (i.e., the Sloan Fellows Program) the employee’s status is changed to “Executive in Training.” This becomes the participant’s work assignment and gov-erns the terms and conditions of employment. Sloan Fellows are still responsible for reimbursing the Postal Ser-vice in accordance with the terms of their Continued Service Agreement, if they do not complete the requisite year(s) of service.

743.43 Continued Service Agreement

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Exhibit 743.43 Continued Service Agreement and Certification Statement

[Revise the text of Exhibit 743.43 to read as follows:]

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UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICECONTINUED SERVICE AGREEMENT

FOR*POSTAL AND NON-POSTAL TRAINING

This Continued Service Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into between_____________________ (participant’s name) (“I,” “employee,” or “participant”) and the United States Postal Service (“Postal Service”) concerning the Postal Service’s payment of expenses in connection with employee’s participation in the following (state program)

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________(“Program”).

l understand that the Postal Service’s payment of this Program is subject to the conditions and limitations set forth in Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM), sections 744.2, Double Payment, and, if my Program involves Non-Postal training, part 743, Eligibility for the Funding of Non-Postal Training. References to these sections are included in this agreement.

Employee’s initials: _____

I agree that after completing the Program I will continue serving in the Postal Service for (check one):

[ ] 1 year for programs that have a cost range from $5,000 to $20,000.[ ] 2 years for programs that have a cost range from $20,000 to $50,000 (to include MLP and ALP).[ ] 3 years for programs that have a cost range from $50,000 to $75,000.[ ] 4 years for programs that have a cost range from $75,000 to $100,000.[ ] 5 years for programs $100,000 and up.

Employee’s initials: _____

I understand that the obligated years of service will begin at the start of business on my first workday after completing the Program. I further understand that if I begin the Program and do not complete it and then voluntarily leave the Postal Service, I am liable for all costs incurred by the Postal Service for me to attend and participate in the Program up to the time of departure.

Employee’s initials ______

I agree to reimburse the Postal Service for the full cost of all expenses incurred by the Postal Service in connection with the Program which are in addition to my salary, pay, or compensation if any of the following occur prior to my completion of the obligated period referred to in the paragraph above: (1) I voluntarily terminate my employment with the Postal Service for any reason other than non-career military service, (2) the Postal Service terminates me for cause, or (3) I retire. The expenses I agree to reimburse the Postal Service for in connection with the Program include, but are not limited to, lodging, room and board, tuition, and any other program fees.

Employee’s initials: _____

In exchange for the Postal Service’s payment of the expenses described in this Agreement, I understand and agree that I waive the provisions of the Debt Collection Act, the Postal Service Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM), subchapter 450, Collection of Postal Debts from Non-Bargaining Unit Employees, ELM subchapter 470, Administrative Offsets from Former Postal Service Non-Bargaining Unit Employees, ELM subchapters 460 and 480, if applicable, 39 CFR Part 961, 39 CFR Part 966, 31 USC §3716, and any other right to prior notice concerning the collection of the funds as well as any right to a hearing and/or review concerning the validity of the debt. In the event that I owe any funds to the Postal Service as a result of this Agreement, I acknowledge the validity of the debt and authorize the Postal Service to immediately collect the entire amount from my forthcoming pay check, and, if necessary, from any subsequent pay checks or payment of any kind due to me from the Postal Service, including any payments that may be issued to me after I leave the Postal Service. If the Postal Service is unable to collect the entire gross amount that I owe from my forthcoming pay check(s) or payment of any kind, I will be invoiced for any outstanding debt and agree to pay the Postal Service within thirty (30) days of receipt of any such invoice. In the event that I do not pay the Postal Service in full within thirty (30) days of receipt of any such invoice, I authorize the Postal Service to take any further collection action, including but not limited to, referral of my debt to the Office of Personnel Management and or to the United States Treasury Department for collection from any available funds due to me.

Employee’s initials: _____

I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, I will not receive payment from other sources (including payment under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 34, Veterans’ Education Assistance, commonly called the GI Bill) for the Program that will be paid for by the Postal Service in accordance with this Agreement. I agree that, if I subsequently do receive and accept such payment from other sources, I will promptly remit all such amounts to the Postal Service. I understand and agree that if I do not remit all such amounts to the Postal Service, the Postal Service may collect those amounts from me in accordance with the preceding paragraph of this Agreement, including but not limited to, those provisions concerning the waiver of my debt collection rights.

Employee’s initials: _____

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Pull-Out Information

FraudInvalid USPS Corporate Account Numbers

This listing should be provided to Contract Postal Units and used by acceptance clerks in non-POS locations with-out intranet access to validate a USPS Corporate Account (USPSCA) number online. For all other locations, online USPSCA validation is preferred. The online validation pro-cess is outlined in the USPSCA Validation SOP on the Retail webpage. This list supersedes all previous notices,

which must be recycled. Acceptance clerks must not accept Priority Mail Express™ shipments bearing an invalid USPSCA number in the “Payment by Account” or “Agree-ment Number” section of the label or form.

Note: The first 6 digits of a 9-digit Custom Designed Ser-vice and Next Day Pickup Agreement make up the Corporate Account Number.

005006 026649 080609 170067 245218 374400 531842 600008 602336 714001 57088 851020 940056

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UT

INFO

RM

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005197 005908 006211 006332 006649 007020 007326 007339 007340 008056 008643 008708 008866 008941 008960 009554 009795 009879 010337 010631 010791 012398 013248 015088 016220 016288 016671 018038 018340 018999 020598 022074 022533 022589 023615 025003 025198 025349 025421 025495 026052 026504 026549 026587

027762 033023 033055 034012 060006 060008 060014 060020 060027 060028 060029 060045 060057 060081 060085 060091 060204 061032 061452 063445 064418 064513 064804 064978 065197 065321 065585 066486 067331 068185 069173 069707 069972 071785 075143 075746 076094 076318 078212 078436 079787 080031 080399 080594

088150 088245 088546 090364 091291 092332 092445 094385 095630 097089 097583 098326 098470 100101 100175 100350 100524 100675 100864 100969 100971 102506 108493 108595 115034 115102 115520 117084 117093 118431 123051 125490 128929 131025 132028 132453 134076 142096 142097 142107 156043 159047 159077 165120

170192 177078 184024 192446 192638 196081 208977 208998 210053 210134 210378 210459 210497 210525 210594 210674 210678 220005 220100 220457 220876 221270 221318 221382 222025 222071 222341 225026 229117 229300 232411 232413 232414 232415 232418 232421 232429 232430 232432 232433 232602 232603 235557 238001

272101 274231 275017 276013 277003 277082 278007 278010 278600 284003 300186 301558 301581 303105 303107 310001 312408 326197 327300 327807 328051 328954 331214 331242 331295 331881 332114 333157 334073 334184 335771 336242 336482 336566 352812 362027 366058 366066 370020 370030 372782 373023 373075 374260

378148 379200 381006 381219 381287 381565 381630 431059 432613 441286 441757 454762 462040 462090 462105 462786 467077 479143 480109 480614 481989 483300 483370 484007 488985 490681 493033 495410 528002 530003 530004 530005 530007 530010 531455 531493 531742 531795 531808 531822 531824 531827 531838 531839

531847 531849 531850 531854 531855 531856 531870 531871 531875 531885 531897 531898 531899 532017 532317 532382 532473 532481 532490 532752 532916 532973 537168 537251 537348 541350 544087 549215 553050 553722 554625 554980 564007 565007 571147 572002 581029 581218 585299 591060 591371 591450 596526 599570

600042 600052 600068 600077 600081 600082 600120 600174 600184 600187 600202 600222 600267 600292 600298 600340 600346 600379 600382 600438 600444 600486 600495 600534 600615 600652 600674 600675 600761 600803 600863 600880 600950 600976 600988 601014 601113 601495 602010 602047 602054 602112 602148 602211

602352 602369 602447 602942 604280 605128 605999 606008 606102 606339 606512 606661 606994 607046 627062 628026 628141 630010 631121 631955 662275 701859 705004 705081 705203 705212 705234 705239 705240 707001 708346 708452 708514 708639 708640 708641 708655 708756 711001 712001 712188 712240 712301 713301

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7757618 760022 760023 761001 770620 782123 800006 801064 801304 801402 801416 801562 801688 802346 802405 804048 804276 805317 808001 809074 809132 809180 811015 812001 813088 813258 815238 815253 816003 816169 816259 816275 824007 829503 834040 841222 841301 841370 841705 843083 844209 846018 846113 846236

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982239 982245 982246 982253 982279 982305

982342 982401 982409 982428 982460 982477

982512 982530 982553 982580 982582 982584

982589 982591 982594 982597 982602 982603

982606 982610 982620 982621 982645 982651

982652 982657 982663 982671 982681 983109

983116 983117 983120 983121 984003 984013

984014 984228 984247 985238 989065 989092

992222 992224 992241 992286 992320 992329

992350 992413 992456 992465 992610 992662

992759 992777 992780 992786 995021 995178

995248 995369 995473 995492 995690 995931

995998 997075 997274 997275 998112 999316

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Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms

Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors

This listing will be provided to all Postal Service™ employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal money orders. Destroy all interim notices when the

numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The actual serial numbers consist of the first 10 digits on the money orders. Check for altered dollar amounts by holding money orders to the light.

010 001 0200 to 0299010 504 1932 to 1999011 582 1889 to 1899011 588 2900 to 3099012 441 0784 to 0799012 579 5675 to 5699013 289 6176 to 6199013 610 0014 to 0099014 932 1000 to 1099014 972 0800 to 0899015 363 0065 to 0099017 028 3200 to 3299018 569 5333 to 5399018 986 5264 to 5299019 518 2814 to 2899020 698 5159 to 5199020 844 7307 to 7399020 972 8948 to 8999022 021 9110 to 9181022 037 1411 to 1499022 527 9201 to 9210022 529 1882 to 1899023 637 7169 to 7199024 380 4100 to 4199024 496 6870 to 6896025 092 0987 to 0999025 369 5535 to 5599025 729 1151 to 1199025 729 1643 to 1799026 492 3180 to 3199027 361 0430 to 0499027 369 4482 to 4495027 671 8762 to 8776027 787 9886 to 9899027 965 9487 to 9499028 100 8069 to 8099028 191 1852 to 1999028 850 3000 to 3199029 510 1500 to 1599030 687 0903 to 0999030 701 3442 to 3499031 077 4507 to 4799032 295 7500 to 9999034 394 1000 to 1099034 943 0400 to 0799035 035 4337 to 4399037 312 7500 to 7599037 706 9578 to 9599037 805 3677 to 3699037 909 5490 to 5499037 931 4660 to 4699039 145 6521 to 6595040 024 3901 to 3999

040 674 7100 to 7199040 688 8816 to 8899041 299 6752 to 6799041 623 8889 to 8899041 803 6565 to 6599043 129 1968 to 1997043 205 5922 to 5999044 087 3457 to 3499044 087 4000 to 4099044 226 2487 to 2512044 306 4200 to 4299044 306 4370 to 4599045 524 4121 to 4298046 800 9870 to 9899047 352 4000 to 4099048 383 7650 to 7659048 396 3647 to 3699051 142 0755 to 0799051 774 8857 to 8899051 781 2875 to 2885051 977 7010 to 7023052 058 7115 to 7199054 450 1130 to 1167057 670 0563 to 0599058 187 3836 to 3899058 523 3003 to 3099058 591 1153 to 1299058 895 3746 to 3799059 986 0814 to 0899060 406 7650 to 7699063 491 8122 to 8199063 916 9968 to 9999064 091 4500 to 4599065 170 0471 to 0499065 255 7909 to 7999065 392 6345 to 6399066 099 2014 to 2099066 648 2880 to 2899066 787 3639 to 3699066 845 7500 to 9999067 093 3869 to 3899068 895 0334 to 0399070 724 4488 to 4499070 841 9181 to 9199070 844 2546 to 2599070 916 1340 to 1399071 047 5768 to 5799071 179 9800 to 9899071 386 3682 to 3699071 507 6840 to 6899072 045 9641 to 9699072 675 8287 to 8299073 763 0867 to 0876

073 763 0878 to 0887073 763 0889 to 0898077 617 5481 to 5499077 999 4001 to 4090078 174 4475 to 4499078 219 4931 to 4999078 250 4756 to 4799078 823 8312 to 8399079 374 0300 to 2499079 807 2342 to 2399082 721 0228 to 0254083 140 5000 to 7499083 784 8886 to 8899083 913 6915 to 6999084 478 3920 to 3999086 000 8271 to 8299086 798 3840 to 3849088 404 4472 to 4499088 404 5584 to 5699088 757 8688 to 8699088 757 9400 to 9499089 358 2248 to 2257090 663 9678 to 9684091 818 0071 to 0099093 106 9346 to 9355093 203 0500 to 0599093 684 3630 to 3699094 081 5074 to 5099094 216 2555 to 2599094 580 7062 to 7099094 639 4200 to 4299095 070 7186 to 7199095 076 8300 to 8399095 354 6864 to 6899097 224 1350 to 1599100 160 3800 to 3899104 667 6400 to 6499104 876 8937 to 8999112 049 4413 to 4499112 870 9765 to 9799113 319 2000 to 2099114 402 3850 to 3899114 866 5368 to 5397116 154 2800 to 2899116 986 4400 to 4499117 175 1647 to 5169117 951 4687 to 4699117 951 5200 to 5299119 786 3051 to 3064119 815 8961 to 6199119 850 7400 to 7499119 850 7700 to 7999121 634 0460 to 0499

122 451 9879 to 9899122 714 6805 to 6900124 916 0304 to 0499126 423 0136 to 0169127 500 2328 to 2399160 901 2254 to 2299161 103 6581 to 6599161 194 2857 to 0899162 032 4447 to 4499163 257 1085 to 1099164 359 2406 to 2499166 101 1433 to 1499167 555 5201 to 5212167 555 5214 to 5299169 618 6274 to 6299171 806 6878 to 6893173 639 4685 to 4699174 238 2779 to 2799174 281 9347 to 9399175 251 2600 to 0699176 281 7937 to 7950176 281 7963 to 7999176 731 6586 to 6599178 254 5000 to 9999178 881 9900 to 9999180 031 2089 to 2098180 403 7723 to 7741180 428 4580 to 0599182 368 7544 to 0599182 475 3229 to 3258182 475 3904 to 3933182 631 0031 to 0099182 911 6539 to 6600184 218 2760 to 2799185 828 1474 to 1499186 132 7583 to 0599186 629 0589 to 0599187 184 6177 to 0199187 323 8200 to 8299187 441 6080 to 6099188 831 6774 to 6799188 835 6370 to 6399189 083 1064 to 1099189 660 9583 to 9599191 179 0377 to 0399192 050 5762 to 5781194 456 8600 to 0699195 194 6881 to 6899198 285 2556 to 2566199 105 0778 to 0799199 678 2968 to 2999202 748 5133 to 5199202 748 5245 to 5299

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202 748 5300 to 5399202 748 5400 to 5499203 256 1240 to 1299204 230 3577 to 3595205 019 0174 to 0199207 196 9900 to 9999207 204 0700 to 0799207 204 0800 to 0899207 514 3857 to 3899208 556 4707 to 4799210 057 4038 to 4047210 221 0548 to 0599214 061 4711 to 4724214 303 6311 to 6325214 303 6239 to 6258214 877 4251 to 4273215 252 3918 to 3992218 698 2157 to 2199218 746 0800 to 0899219 095 0100 to 0399219 389 1885 to 1899219 568 7435 to 7456219 568 7469 to 7487221 316 5757 to 5799223 476 3914 to 3999223 565 4921 to 4957223 565 4979 to 4999224 636 4745 to 4765224 636 4776 to 4799224 636 4855 to 4885224 636 4932 to 4948224 636 4950 to 4962224 636 4985 to 4999224 730 2207 to 2299225 970 0500 to 0599225 970 0600 to 0699225 970 0700 to 0799227 033 8679 to 8699227 275 9400 to 9999228 463 2456 to 2499228 510 4852 to 4899229 462 8451 to 8475229 668 5977 to 5999229 923 9176 to 9199229 924 6696 to 6699230 051 9500 to 9999230 680 8836 to 8889273 070 8059 to 8099273 775 7700 to 7899302 000 0000 to 9999349 746 2056 to 2099350 518 7350 to 7374360 011 1690 to 1699360 168 6008 to 6099360 173 8800 to 8899360 324 2326 to 2399362 861 3064 to 3099373 006 2176 to 2199374 768 2600 to 2699375 169 4400 to 4599375 829 3400 to 3499375 851 9100 to 9199376 196 0911 to 0999378 085 3679 to 3699

378 351 1063 to 1099379 843 5100 to 5199380 093 9600 to 9699380 165 1165 to 1199381 325 4500 to 4599381 604 2510 to 2699381 645 9525 to 9599383 314 3968 to 3999383 892 1000 to 1344383 892 1382 to 1399384 925 3641 to 3654385 568 2331 to 2399385 599 7554 to 7575385 774 2024 to 2099386 624 1412 to 1599386 883 8936 to 8999387 314 5574 to 5599387 837 6300 to 6399388 828 0656 to 0699389 696 2400 to 2799389 846 3104 to 3135389 846 3145 to 3195389 887 9211 to 9230389 887 9234 to 9299390 001 3182 to 3199390 001 3500 to 3699390 545 5974 to 5999391 104 6146 to 6199391 574 1466 to 1499391 783 3020 to 3599391 792 6100 to 6199392 668 2956 to 2999392 854 8500 to 8899393 584 7566 to 7699393 650 0074 to 0099393 838 8316 to 8499393 893 6007 to 6099394 126 6907 to 6999394 189 0405 to 0599394 822 3243 to 3278394 990 1810 to 1899395 343 3264 to 3299395 373 3035 to 3099395 396 9649 to 9799395 970 3240 to 3299397 622 4054 to 4099397 819 8902 to 8999398 149 7200 to 7699399 070 0872 to 0899399 156 7119 to 7199399 203 5064 to 5099399 296 9910 to 9999399 396 8935 to 8999399 792 7775 to 7799399 792 8300 to 8399400 427 1051 to 1999401 045 1505 to 1549401 045 1571 to 1599401 294 2700 to 2799401 310 9505 to 9599401 382 5312 to 5399402 578 7876 to 7899403 125 6744 to 6799403 260 7000 to 7499

403 280 6470 to 6499403 685 8600 to 8699404 003 0300 to 0399404 041 8838 to 8899404 071 4268 to 4299404 347 5356 to 5399404 347 5548 to 5599404 726 4500 to 4599404 961 5001 to 5199405 325 0188 to 0198406 009 4587 to 4599406 260 6830 to 6899406 459 6641 to 6999406 733 3000 to 3999407 545 1557 to 1599407 594 0412 to 0599407 692 9100 to 9299407 959 2190 to 2199408 265 2275 to 2288408 499 7700 to 7799408 499 7900 to 7999408 682 8484 to 8599408 698 7015 to 7099409 072 3941 to 3999410 491 2311 to 2399410 694 8400 to 8599410 775 1500 to 1599410 795 7927 to 7999410 867 0917 to 0966410 867 0970 to 0999411 868 1023 to 1199411 922 2322 to 2399412 193 0900 to 0999412 395 8599 to 8699412 485 6500 to 6599412 485 6610 to 6699412 885 5953 to 5999414 193 3608 to 3674414 193 3677 to 3699414 411 7348 to 7399414 640 0757 to 0799414 965 1727 to 1799417 302 8104 to 8199417 387 6532 to 6599417 496 6800 to 6999417 871 9250 to 9299417 930 9533 to 9599418 164 6500 to 6799418 423 9863 to 9899418 633 5922 to 5999418 719 8520 to 8599418 744 2235 to 2299418 962 2848 to 2899419 543 0286 to 0299419 730 0300 to 0399420 277 0015 to 0049420 599 0734 to 0798420 661 4115 to 4199420 758 9500 to 9699420 969 3951 to 3971420 969 3973 to 3999421 116 3565 to 3599421 130 9300 to 9399421 313 4500 to 4999

421 364 5537 to 5599421 656 2609 to 2699421 988 9700 to 9799422 172 4667 to 4699422 484 4212 to 4299422 556 1270 to 1299422 587 7024 to 7099422 819 7533 to 7599422 842 5073 to 5087422 907 7563 to 7599424 500 6050 to 6099424 641 8500 to 8599424 871 6600 to 6699425 298 2352 to 2399425 418 4269 to 4299425 418 4405 to 4499426 547 4566 to 4599427 412 6337 to 6499427 481 0900 to 0999428 027 2742 to 2752429 474 4172 to 4199429 889 2900 to 2999430 150 4401 to 4599430 172 9800 to 9899430 177 1900 to 2099430 444 9500 to 9699430 664 4070 to 4099432 168 8419 to 8499432 708 6800 to 6999432 744 1544 to 1599432 995 9775 to 9799433 003 5800 to 5899433 757 3047 to 3099433 765 4003 to 4099434 482 7060 to 7199434 513 2386 to 2399434 968 3076 to 3092435 303 1831 to 1842435 303 1986 to 1999435 666 6092 to 6399436 082 6400 to 6899436 160 6441 to 6499437 316 7115 to 7199437 427 0500 to 3499439 179 2300 to 2399439 310 0458 to 0499440 698 1947 to 1999440 858 6300 to 6399440 858 6420 to 7299441 199 1655 to 1699443 127 3648 to 3699443 127 4000 to 4099443 673 7900 to 7999443 800 9335 to 9399444 382 8822 to 8899444 390 1667 to 1699444 457 3854 to 3899450 048 4173 to 4199450 048 4442 to 4699450 560 5173 to 5199450 620 3077 to 3099450 620 3135 to 3199450 780 2716 to 2799450 801 2700 to 2799

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451 109 2967 to 2984451 115 4110 to 4125451 115 4127 to 4199451 746 0700 to 0799452 265 0074 to 0099452 265 0246 to 0299452 265 0335 to 0999452 509 1169 to 1199452 855 6471 to 6499452 890 4679 to 4799452 900 8215 to 8238453 117 9146 to 9199453 334 3631 to 3699453 603 7841 to 7891453 650 1140 to 1199453 741 1300 to 1399454 013 2919 to 2999454 186 2411 to 2499454 268 4883 to 4899454 302 5400 to 5499454 490 8300 to 8399454 547 7434 to 7499454 922 4867 to 4895455 221 1348 to 1499455 364 2147 to 2199455 399 5400 to 5499455 476 0676 to 0699455 543 0618 to 0699456 410 9006 to 9099456 470 4146 to 4299456 619 4460 to 4499457 333 2686 to 2699457 729 1767 to 1777457 937 8615 to 8699458 028 9810 to 9899458 057 2712 to 2999458 069 9537 to 9599458 069 9665 to 9699458 337 5222 to 5299458 354 7653 to 7999458 671 8678 to 8699458 671 8721 to 8798458 847 5044 to 5999459 274 7624 to 7699459 365 5432 to 5499459 378 5764 to 5799459 472 4816 to 4999460 349 6878 to 6899460 550 1909 to 1999460 997 5234 to 5299461 973 6443 to 6499462 152 0107 to 0299462 274 1072 to 1099462 277 8373 to 8399462 554 6051 to 6099463 011 5529 to 5540463 176 4115 to 4199463 176 4229 to 4299463 185 2600 to 2799463 227 7711 to 7799463 414 4869 to 4899463 808 3484 to 3499463 945 7400 to 7899464 629 9000 to 9399

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502 424 0600 to 0699502 496 6923 to 6999503 003 2700 to 2899503 194 5144 to 5153503 790 9922 to 9948504 045 4030 to 4099504 166 0200 to 0599504 240 1062 to 1399504 805 3300 to 3499505 096 0662 to 0699505 893 7739 to 7799505 893 7800 to 7999506 124 0800 to 0999506 165 7027 to 0099506 502 5209 to 5299506 756 1682 to 1699506 756 1700 to 1799506 756 1800 to 1899506 836 5326 to 5399508 488 6226 to 6299508 789 8332 to 8399508 789 8400 to 8499509 909 0425 to 0435510 150 2400 to 2499510 381 3200 to 3299510 587 9500 to 9599510 587 9659 to 9699510 269 9770 to 9999511 021 5042 to 5099511 021 5100 to 5199511 844 0100 to 0199511 844 0340 to 0399600 645 3223 to 3299601 339 1200 to 1399601 653 5884 to 5899601 661 7700 to 7799601 682 5343 to 5399601 928 1600 to 1699602 512 2972 to 2999602 555 2400 to 2799602 829 7061 to 7099603 483 9572 to 9599603 490 7200 to 7299603 678 7100 to 7199603 678 7662 to 7699603 678 7902 to 7999603 678 8418 to 8499603 678 8700 to 9999604 086 0880 to 0899604 349 1414 to 1499604 503 7776 to 7799605 520 9037 to 9099605 685 4010 to 4099605 988 6467 to 6499607 689 7951 to 7960607 728 1276 to 1299608 727 7100 to 7199608 727 7273 to 7599608 813 9950 to 9999609 067 5325 to 5399609 067 5488 to 5499609 067 5600 to 5699609 289 6123 to 6199609 438 4400 to 4499

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609 493 1100 to 1199609 766 8091 to 8999609 825 4100 to 4115609 884 2981 to 2999609 893 1000 to 1099610 092 3200 to 3299610 582 4200 to 4299611 879 6939 to 6999612 291 8013 to 8099612 751 5171 to 5199612 751 5226 to 5299612 751 6083 to 6099612 751 6268 to 6299612 751 6572 to 6599612 774 2111 to 2199612 774 2254 to 2299612 774 2500 to 2599614 469 0979 to 0999614 474 3000 to 3099614 521 3490 to 3499614 645 1800 to 1899614 832 1100 to 2099615 017 7505 to 7599617 711 6609 to 6699617 760 5266 to 5299617 813 3601 to 3699618 840 9200 to 9299619 551 7229 to 7299619 859 3000 to 3099620 073 9400 to 9499621 614 7907 to 7930621 614 7932 to 7999621 648 8021 to 8199621 648 8500 to 8599621 904 8351 to 8599621 916 1978 to 1989622 989 8032 to 8099623 076 9300 to 9399623 819 5006 to 5099623 895 8200 to 8399623 917 0000 to 0099623 917 0200 to 0299624 468 5288 to 5299624 665 3162 to 3198625 088 6735 to 6799625 916 9500 to 9799625 968 8956 to 8999627 005 3938 to 3999627 384 3907 to 4099627 496 7549 to 7599627 708 3605 to 3699627 776 2500 to 2599628 226 3100 to 3199628 814 4702 to 4799628 851 9689 to 9699629 510 7200 to 7299629 964 4200 to 4294630 389 3056 to 3071630 463 0588 to 0599631 459 9117 to 9199631 762 9325 to 9399632 217 4933 to 4999632 500 0000 to 640 3999633 110 4165 to 4199

633 110 4303 to 4499633 438 6429 to 6599633 588 7173 to 7182634 725 0700 to 0799634 803 3239 to 3299634 807 2474 to 2499634 827 5900 to 5999634 886 3428 to 3499635 559 3449 to 3499636 289 6214 to 6299636 634 8007 to 8042637 150 1200 to 1299637 562 5828 to 5899638 042 1647 to 1699638 049 4984 to 4999638 318 1115 to 1199638 318 1453 to 1499638 885 0000 to 0299638 903 4362 to 4373639 415 1929 to 1999639 415 2019 to 2099639 420 6200 to 6299639 469 3517 to 3799639 605 2143 to 2199639 657 8600 to 8799640 289 7500 to 7599640 289 7700 to 7999641 170 4420 to 4499641 318 3133 to 3199641 378 6500 to 6999641 383 8739 to 8799641 877 3187 to 3299641 877 3310 to 3399642 355 8094 to 8199642 355 8308 to 8999642 900 0018 to 0099643 030 6254 to 6299644 066 0882 to 0899644 069 0600 to 0699644 077 7506 to 7699644 085 8157 to 8199644 112 9839 to 9899644 373 9083 to 9099644 380 1460 to 1499644 733 4715 to 4799644 900 9712 to 9799644 901 0109 to 1299644 901 1325 to 1399644 923 6800 to 7799644 932 4655 to 4699645 318 7240 to 7499645 333 1766 to 1799645 790 8632 to 8699645 821 0657 to 0699645 930 7948 to 7999645 975 0737 to 0762646 242 6200 to 6299646 270 7639 to 7799646 798 4000 to 4999647 048 7035 to 7099647 049 2900 to 2999647 398 8300 to 8399647 398 8481 to 8499647 437 3000 to 4999

647 811 2188 to 2199648 009 6057 to 6099648 163 5300 to 5499648 722 5283 to 5299648 892 3164 to 3199649 100 3989 to 3999649 647 0370 to 0399649 647 0522 to 0599649 647 5237 to 5399649 647 9100 to 9299649 666 7800 to 8299650 114 7707 to 7719650 130 3400 to 3599650 213 0406 to 0499650 555 1749 to 1799650 564 1900 to 1999650 627 4212 to 4299650 736 2043 to 2099650 739 1540 to 1699651 741 4415 to 4499651 882 2800 to 2899652 754 6317 to 6399653 131 4945 to 4999653 426 3300 to 3399653 455 4874 to 4899654 238 0000 to 0399654 404 3065 to 3092654 962 2900 to 3199655 103 5081 to 5199655 523 2600 to 2999656 305 2448 to 2499657 347 4438 to 4999657 710 8100 to 8999657 780 0985 to 0999658 586 1400 to 1499658 877 8000 to 8199658 880 8000 to 8199659 398 7300 to 7399659 706 8113 to 8199659 846 7837 to 7899660 510 4100 to 4199660 673 0400 to 0599661 488 5000 to 5099661 609 9100 to 9199661 716 9420 to 9499661 906 6522 to 6599662 021 8332 to 8399662 068 0700 to 0899662 553 0774 to 0799663 078 7034 to 7099663 763 5300 to 5399663 883 7039 to 7499663 938 9200 to 9299664 253 8000 to 8499664 656 3055 to 3099665 174 6400 to 6499665 274 8208 to 8299665 669 5400 to 5499666 132 8226 to 8299666 696 2209 to 2299666 696 2309 to 2399667 032 9300 to 9399667 729 5529 to 5599668 383 8400 to 8699

670 368 3400 to 3499670 369 7336 to 7399670 750 7169 to 7199671 046 6200 to 6399671 251 5448 to 5499671 926 5600 to 5799672 444 2000 to 2999672 828 3410 to 3499673 167 5776 to 5799675 464 3700 to 3799675 464 4000 to 4199676 365 5958 to 5999676 669 1024 to 1099677 126 6734 to 6799677 333 9979 to 9999677 466 1088 to 1099678 071 4500 to 4799678 096 7531 to 7599679 909 2578 to 2599680 112 9565 to 9599680 244 0903 to 0999680 412 6046 to 6099680 761 6800 to 6899681 677 0540 to 0699682 070 1029 to 1099682 956 6280 to 6299682 956 6490 to 6599682 956 6700 to 6799682 965 1178 to 1199682 965 1201 to 1299683 118 2389 to 2399683 378 2000 to 2099683 378 2117 to 2299683 415 1200 to 1499683 444 8159 to 8199685 154 7780 to 7789685 297 7645 to 7699685 623 5264 to 5299685 650 9487 to 9499685 669 4200 to 4299685 757 8452 to 8499686 071 2694 to 2799686 176 3333 to 3354686 372 3200 to 3299686 644 5879 to 5899686 899 1371 to 1399686 931 7636 to 7699687 601 0973 to 0999687 614 6774 to 6799688 120 9000 to 9999688 314 3107 to 3191690 291 1361 to 1371690 788 2877 to 2899690 893 5344 to 5399690 893 5512 to 5599690 904 1300 to 1599690 941 6000 to 6199691 313 6383 to 6399691 313 6600 to 6699691 582 8003 to 8099691 664 1800 to 1999691 664 2400 to 2499692 727 9362 to 9399692 798 1800 to 1899

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693 249 0779 to 0799693 249 0877 to 1699693 445 0566 to 0999693 448 8500 to 8999693 645 9583 to 9599693 965 4200 to 4299695 741 2906 to 2999695 947 8518 to 8599696 662 8247 to 8299697 447 8285 to 8296698 042 4816 to 4899698 131 2138 to 2157698 227 0000 to 0099700 065 2570 to 2599700 065 4800 to 4899700 190 3350 to 3359700 228 6048 to 6099700 650 0452 to 0499700 666 1323 to 1349700 786 9106 to 9142700 859 0744 to 0758701 028 6780 to 6899701 213 3900 to 3999701 267 2000 to 3999701 335 7312 to 7399701 369 2005 to 2050701 499 2260 to 2299701 503 2247 to 2299701 541 2271 to 2299701 553 6557 to 6599701 578 7460 to 7469701 578 7475 to 7499701 601 3457 to 3499701 605 5913 to 5999701 695 3982 to 3999701 695 4148 to 4199701 695 4227 to 4299701 708 1741 to 1799701 736 3966 to 3999701 772 0870 to 0899701 838 2800 to 2899701 941 0600 to 0699702 171 1603 to 1699702 195 5109 to 5199702 254 9300 to 9399702 264 7569 to 7599702 519 0513 to 0524702 713 1800 to 1809702 821 5730 to 5799702 821 5805 to 5899702 844 6975 to 6994702 846 6331 to 6399702 848 3900 to 3999702 857 7302 to 7499702 878 0114 to 0199703 364 1707 to 1799740 002 7710 to 7719740 037 6730 to 6800740 119 2275 to 2284740 130 6688 to 6698740 144 2780 to 2795740 241 9049 to 9099740 252 9265 to 9294740 255 1718 to 1799

740 274 2602 to 2619740 277 0366 to 0392740 332 7658 to 7671740 348 6641 to 6658740 351 4790 to 4799740 374 7416 to 7499740 470 2420 to 2443740 514 0300 to 0499740 523 7432 to 7449740 535 1555 to 1580740 557 3570 to 3579740 650 4104 to 4140740 684 0620 to 0800740 701 6105 to 6114740 705 9790 to 9799740 726 6400 to 6500740 748 8319 to 8329740 765 3306 to 3399740 774 8434 to 8499740 779 4259 to 4299740 786 1885 to 1899740 790 5989 to 5999740 803 4870 to 4879740 820 4854 to 7836740 827 7578 to 7594740 917 7490 to 7499740 918 5531 to 5549741 037 8528 to 8551742 030 6135 to 6149742 033 2663 to 2674742 040 3300 to 3309742 151 5000 to 5014742 191 4640 to 4649742 192 5210 to 5224742 222 9200 to 9210742 228 9660 to 9669742 247 6980 to 6989742 302 7600 to 7699805 885 8411 to 8499806 087 1100 to 1499806 268 9275 to 9299806 534 3400 to 3477807 342 3283 to 3399808 086 7100 to 7199808 090 3440 to 3499808 325 5161 to 5699808 784 8000 to 8299830 125 0672 to 0699830 602 5800 to 5999830 610 3700 to 3799830 983 3500 to 3599830 983 3635 to 3699831 354 1387 to 1399831 815 8240 to 8299832 525 3810 to 3899833 159 1884 to 1899833 456 2567 to 2599833 566 3015 to 3071834 130 5200 to 5299834 316 5444 to 5499834 354 8747 to 8766834 354 8824 to 8838835 269 5700 to 5799835 496 7303 to 7399

835 539 5200 to 5999835 813 3015 to 3099837 672 8967 to 8999837 784 3282 to 3299838 176 8377 to 8399838 518 1257 to 1299839 718 8257 to 8299840 323 0600 to 0699840 875 6235 to 6299840 910 0900 to 0999841 349 5000 to 5099841 805 7747 to 7899841 805 7944 to 8099842 226 0685 to 0695842 685 4600 to 4699842 685 4742 to 4999842 860 0300 to 0399842 898 5582 to 5599843 062 7100 to 7199843 077 6288 to 6299843 077 6378 to 6399843 758 5769 to 5778843 786 2554 to 2699845 656 8165 to 8199845 727 2100 to 2199845 746 2618 to 2635846 390 7531 to 7599846 918 0572 to 0599847 237 7690 to 7699847 284 2481 to 2499847 374 7055 to 7065847 374 7055 to 7065847 636 5304 to 5399847 700 5447 to 5499847 723 7500 to 7599849 485 3427 to 3499849 520 9850 to 9899849 608 1357 to 1399849 792 2600 to 2699850 546 1862 to 1899851 143 6826 to 6844851 209 9880 to 9899851 928 9221 to 9299852 589 6560 to 6599853 049 3646 to 3699854 304 4089 to 4999854 529 2200 to 2299854 532 0000 to 2999855 001 6204 to 6249855 319 9364 to 9399855 361 3390 to 3399856 226 0490 to 0499856 656 5800 to 5999856 752 0200 to 0299857 111 1352 to 1399857 279 3450 to 3499857 843 4000 to 4099858 124 7644 to 7699858 756 3111 to 3299859 063 8200 to 8699859 190 0600 to 0644859 437 5538 to 5599859 811 2888 to 2899859 855 8873 to 8999

860 240 8520 to 8599860 275 3900 to 3999860 518 9629 to 9699860 600 0021 to 0999861 158 2350 to 2599861 367 5400 to 5499861 637 6010 to 6099861 979 7292 to 7499862 216 6100 to 6199862 263 9213 to 9299862 271 0800 to 0999862 271 5000 to 5099863 871 5138 to 5199863 949 5300 to 5399864 088 8200 to 8299864 426 3972 to 3999864 520 6117 to 6136865 151 0526 to 0599865 500 4034 to 4099865 883 6082 to 6099866 004 3000 to 3999866 442 4100 to 4899867 366 9108 to 9118867 633 7403 to 7499867 737 5623 to 5699868 169 4529 to 4599868 173 8400 to 8599868 514 9000 to 9099868 566 9200 to 9299869 200 0000 to 9999869 387 1150 to 1199869 505 3500 to 3599869 523 7033 to 7099869 566 6150 to 6167869 800 0000 to 999 9999870 054 4814 to 4899870 491 4812 to 4849870 536 5820 to 5829870 541 7167 to 7239870 575 8155 to 8999870 589 0485 to 0494870 691 7060 to 7099872 028 4850 to 4899872 029 9306 to 9399872 078 3709 to 3799872 100 0445 to 0459900 556 4178 to 4199900 845 0044 to 0099900 936 0217 to 0299900 936 0435 to 0499901 058 5255 to 5280901 273 1082 to 1099901 287 5143 to 5199901 291 2789 to 2799901 525 7122 to 7199902 089 1253 to 1299902 198 9769 to 9799902 948 1269 to 1299902 985 0833 to 0899903 370 6934 to 6999904 600 6523 to 6599904 892 0378 to 0399904 892 0648 to 1299905 056 2216 to 2299

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905 510 6647 to 6799905 510 6900 to 7099905 794 0000 to 0199905 794 0288 to 0299905 873 6900 to 6999905 873 7100 to 7299905 880 8900 to 8999905 889 7100 to 7199906 158 1508 to 1599906 558 8812 to 8899906 982 2214 to 2299907 725 8500 to 8599907 815 0216 to 0257908 622 4225 to 4235908 936 9254 to 9299909 066 4494 to 7499909 067 7400 to 7499909 100 1787 to 1799909 100 1900 to 2099909 355 0422 to 0499909 568 8900 to 9099909 568 9300 to 9499909 725 7307 to 7399909 833 0947 to 0999910 219 8631 to 8699910 265 1100 to 1199910 471 7273 to 7299910 536 2505 to 2599910 958 7499 to 7599911 140 1000 to 2199911 245 2545 to 2599911 268 9077 to 9099911 400 8948 to 8999

911 508 1620 to 1799911 509 9310 to 9399911 523 3000 to 3999912 057 9922 to 9999912 882 0563 to 0899913 605 2218 to 2299913 709 2429 to 2499913 818 3501 to 3999914 063 4300 to 4399914 346 7621 to 7644914 453 1366 to 1399914 529 6185 to 6299914 896 4658 to 4699915 187 8774 to 8779915 300 2783 to 2799915 546 6822 to 6999915 646 5183 to 5199915 671 3963 to 3980915 671 3982 to 3999915 675 2217 to 2299916 440 3377 to 3399916 670 6352 to 6399916 682 5300 to 5399916 694 1414 to 1499916 703 0802 to 0821917 089 0709 to 0799917 089 0842 to 0899917 216 2928 to 2999917 370 6300 to 6499917 486 4900 to 4999918 460 0602 to 0699918 951 7231 to 7299919 519 2786 to 2799

919 536 0770 to 0799919 814 3095 to 3199919 889 5110 to 5134919 889 5137 to 5176919 889 5178 to 5199919 889 5030 to 5070919 889 5090 to 5099919 915 2774 to 2787920 155 4662 to 4687920 309 9039 to 9199920 771 5321 to 5399920 857 5500 to 5899920 864 3480 to 3499920 963 4567 to 4599921 333 7400 to 7499921 477 3762 to 3799922 278 1048 to 1399922 280 2019 to 2099922 280 2233 to 2299922 773 0459 to 0499923 032 7000 to 7399923 045 3630 to 3699923 484 3600 to 3699923 493 9403 to 9599923 493 9681 to 9699923 604 4424 to 4499923 810 7800 to 8299924 252 1200 to 1299924 252 1400 to 1499924 533 0711 to 0799924 533 2343 to 2399924 533 2428 to 2499924 685 1957 to 1999

924 946 6300 to 6699925 333 5900 to 6099925 336 2300 to 2399926 432 5907 to 5999926 436 3600 to 3699927 765 6257 to 6299928 197 8100 to 8199928 197 8283 to 8299928 856 2059 to 2068930 219 1722 to 1799930 335 7810 to 7819931 097 9259 to 9299931 156 1502 to 1579931 156 1600 to 1625931 156 1671 to 1699932 506 6400 to 6599932 732 1796 to 1799932 827 9026 to 9099932 957 2300 to 2399933 060 6160 to 6189933 387 2541 to 2561933 760 3609 to 4199933 894 0928 to 0999934 018 2729 to 2741934 180 0300 to 0399934 236 3954 to 3999934 622 8717 to 8999935 216 0312 to 0399935 843 2202 to 2247936 024 8889 to 8899936 339 4455 to 4499

— Criminal Investigations Group, Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-16

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Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order Forms

Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors

This listing will be provided to all Postal Service™ employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal money orders. Destroy all interim notices when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The new

money order serial numbers consist of the first 9 digits. The 10th digit is a check digit only.

Do not cash outdated money orders 104 151 601 to 692 600 000. Advise holders to send invalid money orders To Canada Post Corporation, Ottawa, Canada K1A 0B1. Check for altered dollar amounts by holding money orders to the light.

719 869 731 to 9 760720 227 871 to 7 930720 227 949 to 7 960720 368 543 to 8 570720 392 151 to 2 570720 556 491 to 6 640720 558 621 to 8 650720 575 361 to 5 570720 590 152 to 0 179721 638 331 to 9 170721 815 391 to 5 420721 969 713 to 9 740722 072 137 to 2 160722 378 265 to 8 280722 413 990 to 4 004722 764 948 to 4 980722 825 840 to 5 889723 153 841 to 3 850723 237 616 to 7 630723 331 081 to 1 110723 496 443 to 6 470723 967 291 to 7 320724 655 196 to 5 340724 711 441 to 1 500724 711 538 to 1 560724 793 221 to 3 250724 908 109 to 8 120724 937 461 to 7 670725 163 118 to 3 151725 202 735 to 2 750725 398 591 to 8 800725 464 591 to 4 920725 475 321 to 5 330725 711 057 to 1 070725 738 581 to 8 730725 981 311 to 1 430725 987 835 to 7 880726 060 811 to 0 900726 391 970 to 2 520726 484 771 to 4 800726 493 351 to 5 300726 504 031 to 4 063726 504 070 to 4 090726 504 331 to 4 390726 563 701 to 4 060726 599 371 to 9 460726 626 356 to 6 370727 182 271 to 2 510727 416 181 to 6 240727 481 431 to 1 460727 749 241 to 9 780728 382 331 to 2 480

728 702 338 to 2 400728 915 371 to 5 850728 953 141 to 3 410728 954 280 to 4 310729 169 081 to 9 140729 363 841 to 3 870729 682 891 to 3 190729 838 940 to 9 070729 839 101 to 9 130730 077 683 to 7 840730 109 847 to 9 880730 373 761 to 3 850730 501 951 to 2 130730 519 379 to 9 470730 569 278 to 9 360730 711 711 to 1 740730 722 991 to 3 230730 845 970 to 5 990730 888 291 to 8 320730 927 591 to 7 680731 307 914 to 7 930731 402 431 to 2 460731 407 232 to 7 320731 588 301 to 8 340731 767 273 to 7 320731 781 061 to 1 120731 837 821 to 7 910731 841 377 to 1 450732 018 481 to 8 600732 067 972 to 8 370732 188 649 to 8 670732 193 460 to 3 470732 201 241 to 1 390732 220 431 to 0 440732 355 201 to 5 380732 472 320 to 2 560732 541 605 to 1 620732 572 221 to 2 490732 586 479 to 6 710732 994 037 to 4 080733 163 449 to 3 460733 297 171 to 7 290733 446 631 to 7 110733 474 665 to 4 770733 704 482 to 4 570733 751 041 to 1 130734 009 101 to 9 130734 290 759 to 0 770734 389 273 to 9 290734 440 031 to 0 111734 797 201 to 7 320734 939 611 to 9 640

734 950 111 to 0 170735 120 331 to 0 840735 283 008 to 3 020735 293 131 to 3 220735 635 010 to 5 040735 783 961 to 3 990735 803 401 to 3 430736 005 420 to 5 440736 366 021 to 6 110736 624 456 to 4 500736 670 851 to 1 060736 767 061 to 7 090736 767 093 to 7 120736 982 191 to 2 370736 982 551 to 2 730737 110 141 to 0 170737 185 501 to 5 710737 317 321 to 7 350737 517 781 to 7 840737 628 181 to 8 210737 634 258 to 4 270738 361 971 to 1 980738 447 601 to 7 660738 648 355 to 8 450738 849 811 to 9 900738 892 270 to 2 290738 997 259 to 7 380739 161 451 to 1 540739 219 381 to 9 440739 740 151 to 0 180739 793 491 to 3 520739 793 527 to 3 550739 942 621 to 2 650739 999 231 to 9 320740 011 517 to 1 530740 030 701 to 0 970740 261 740 to 1 820740 265 811 to 6 290740 299 111 to 9 170740 299 231 to 9 260740 329 266 to 9 320740 889 081 to 9 090741 010 421 to 0 530741 113 041 to 3 370741 373 891 to 4 340741 452 369 to 2 490741 492 991 to 3 140741 553 460 to 3 470741 764 431 to 4 520742 178 834 to 8 880742 325 500 to 5 520742 325 668 to 5 700

742 408 771 to 8 830742 512 120 to 2 150742 684 849 to 4 890742 839 553 to 9 630742 913 668 to 3 700742 917 287 to 7 296742 921 891 to 1 980742 983 631 to 3 810743 020 021 to 0 170743 206 491 to 6 500743 235 992 to 6 050743 940 631 to 0 900743 978 011 to 8 070744 234 751 to 4 780744 499 591 to 9 680744 626 901 to 6 910745 388 794 to 8 910746 446 806 to 6 820746 818 351 to 8 410747 245 266 to 5 280747 364 813 to 4 830747 501 434 to 1 450747 739 891 to 0 070748 148 649 to 8 760748 259 960 to 9 970748 565 162 to 5 280748 874 988 to 5 030749 137 381 to 7 410749 190 192 to 0 210749 685 421 to 5 450749 846 791 to 6 850749 993 131 to 3 580750 071 587 to 1 610750 408 167 to 8 183750 438 421 to 8 501750 743 911 to 4 030750 779 118 to 9 400750 910 981 to 1 010750 960 841 to 0 900751 296 211 to 6 240751 539 121 to 9 180751 541 311 to 1 790751 757 641 to 7 700751 936 951 to 7 010751 951 861 to 1 890751 999 021 to 9 110752 139 516 to 9 570752 182 892 to 2 950752 206 861 to 7 100752 295 241 to 5 600752 731 351 to 1 410752 767 441 to 7 470

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753 008 941 to 9 030753 194 311 to 4 370753 620 378 to 0 400754 013 917 to 3 940754 161 061 to 1 120754 358 445 to 8 610754 410 451 to 0 660754 438 393 to 8 410754 493 109 to 3 130754 664 182 to 4 220754 816 377 to 6 470755 487 421 to 7 600755 592 901 to 3 140755 790 020 to 0 030755 791 730 to 1 800755 926 951 to 7 070755 934 332 to 4 510755 957 701 to 8 000755 962 981 to 3 280756 035 371 to 5 490756 301 257 to 1 290756 371 565 to 1 580756 876 031 to 6 120756 876 151 to 6 240756 970 129 to 0 140757 059 613 to 9 630757 078 540 to 8 560757 086 209 to 6 240757 240 591 to 0 650757 277 371 to 7 700757 291 591 to 2 730757 964 251 to 4 280758 067 001 to 7 090758 105 221 to 5 250758 324 941 to 5 000758 593 628 to 3 650758 709 038 to 9 060758 744 101 to 4 160758 850 883 to 0 900758 860 951 to 1 550759 152 851 to 2 880759 740 941 to 1 090760 004 596 to 4 610760 118 191 to 8 250760 155 001 to 5 090760 378 002 to 8 020760 692 722 to 2 749761 055 460 to 5 480761 169 781 to 9 810761 504 941 to 5 120761 516 836 to 6 910761 613 588 to 3 600761 688 631 to 8 690761 805 199 to 5 240761 826 106 to 6 120761 881 171 to 1 560761 975 641 to 5 670761 975 886 to 5 895762 304 144 to 4 170762 324 931 to 4 960762 439 261 to 9 290762 524 158 to 4 220762 584 872 to 4 970762 593 431 to 3 460

763 155 160 to 5 180763 178 631 to 8 660763 506 001 to 6 060763 522 141 to 2 470763 717 694 to 7 800763 826 461 to 6 520763 900 460 to 0 471763 900 479 to 0 530763 917 271 to 7 750764 125 801 to 5 860764 284 525 to 4 560764 526 241 to 6 330764 601 421 to 1 600764 650 231 to 0 470764 984 371 to 4 850765 003 667 to 3 680765 042 517 to 2 540765 194 728 to 4 970765 387 365 to 7 450765 541 801 to 2 100765 638 461 to 8 970765 647 101 to 7 190765 813 781 to 4 029765 879 314 to 9 390765 954 001 to 4 030766 120 286 to 0 320766 125 716 to 5 750766 158 824 to 8 840766 388 433 to 8 460766 509 421 to 9 660766 572 901 to 3 020766 748 500 to 8 521767 024 341 to 4 370767 326 471 to 6 590767 332 561 to 2 950768 009 841 to 9 960768 011 489 to 1 520768 177 980 to 7 990768 391 081 to 1 170768 661 569 to 1 650769 000 051 to 0 080769 050 841 to 0 900769 159 081 to 9 178769 737 496 to 7 510769 778 491 to 8 730769 827 331 to 7 450770 216 071 to 6 100770 723 281 to 3 400770 790 451 to 0 480770 915 150 to 5 490771 455 551 to 5 610771 609 661 to 9 690771 932 551 to 2 580772 057 224 to 7 440772 162 660 to 3 070772 718 615 to 8 640772 940 140 to 0 160772 970 886 to 0 940773 009 419 to 9 430773 112 031 to 2 060773 125 387 to 5 410773 179 320 to 9 410773 202 989 to 3 140773 208 991 to 9 290

773 231 311 to 1 340773 348 739 to 8 940773 348 739 to 8 940773 575 891 to 5 950773 852 971 to 3 030775 373 449 to 3 460789 257 191 to 7 250790 448 020 to 8 460790 597 485 to 7 530790 911 883 to 1 900791 057 441 to 7 550791 239 081 to 9 290791 374 483 to 4 500791 387 971 to 8 030791 447 521 to 7 850791 451 151 to 1 240791 500 009 to 0 470791 771 431 to 1 490792 004 293 to 4 320792 018 379 to 8 420792 070 621 to 0 740792 145 211 to 5 230792 391 381 to 1 620792 452 779 to 2 790792 772 728 to 2 770792 903 511 to 3 990793 282 518 to 2 533794 041 831 to 2 040794 397 709 to 7 780794 581 741 to 2 040794 592 122 to 2 150795 032 251 to 2 340795 796 291 to 6 350796 070 139 to 0 160796 143 151 to 3 630796 159 725 to 9 740796 169 306 to 9 340796 373 406 to 3 430796 602 961 to 3 050796 708 441 to 8 500796 886 281 to 6 430796 901 701 to 2 000796 975 466 to 5 590797 272 917 to 2 950797 519 441 to 9 460797 519 731 to 0 240797 535 181 to 5 330797 646 151 to 6 180798 040 053 to 0 080798 055 813 to 5 830798 055 891 to 5 950798 326 371 to 6 520798 339 167 to 9 210798 562 411 to 2 440798 632 461 to 2 490798 807 151 to 7 510798 944 761 to 5 030799 118 616 to 8 640799 133 191 to 3 220799 177 626 to 7 650799 854 751 to 5 200800 044 320 to 4 410800 211 901 to 2 440800 427 530 to 7 540

800 872 741 to 2 830801 349 801 to 9 830801 676 681 to 7 100802 967 821 to 7 940803 217 601 to 7 780803 729 731 to 9 850803 747 402 to 7 520804 138 181 to 8 420804 428 224 to 8 250804 682 411 to 2 710805 272 525 to 2 540805 523 445 to 3 460805 745 704 to 5 730806 452 907 to 2 980806 744 781 to 4 850806 982 181 to 2 300807 764 791 to 4 910808 089 931 to 9 960808 656 423 to 6 450808 753 771 to 3 800809 189 001 to 9 010809 886 879 to 6 930809 890 489 to 0 500810 323 734 to 3 760810 367 116 to 7 140810 526 351 to 6 500810 806 911 to 6 940810 807 211 to 7 240811 423 021 to 3 110811 517 221 to 7 239811 721 101 to 1 130812 025 721 to 5 900812 093 073 to 3 130812 100 821 to 0 840812 465 251 to 5 610812 918 341 to 8 670812 918 701 to 8 760813 050 491 to 0 520813 073 171 to 3 200813 398 476 to 8 550813 713 971 to 4 000813 858 121 to 8 150814 789 330 to 9 349814 984 656 to 4 680815 016 020 to 6 030815 199 410 to 9 420815 240 491 to 0 520815 755 591 to 5 620815 755 622 to 5 650815 806 381 to 6 680816 126 834 to 6 870816 156 721 to 6 780816 580 903 to 0 920816 945 571 to 5 600817 253 011 to 3 280817 763 881 to 4 060818 330 562 to 0 610818 459 641 to 9 670818 926 273 to 6 320818 950 351 to 0 380818 962 492 to 2 530819 032 341 to 2 730819 127 054 to 7 080819 278 540 to 8 670

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819 544 681 to 4 740819 928 441 to 8 650820 034 406 to 4 430820 070 761 to 1 540820 191 342 to 1 360820 274 856 to 4 880820 600 171 to 0 230821 172 241 to 2 360821 229 661 to 9 720821 229 743 to 9 780821 903 731 to 3 910821 927 841 to 7 850822 505 801 to 5 830822 703 442 to 3 470

822 900 991 to 1 020822 925 951 to 6 100823 284 931 to 4 990823 293 031 to 3 210823 556 011 to 6 100824 078 341 to 8 370824 156 325 to 6 340824 511 252 to 1 270824 588 281 to 8 370825 140 397 to 0 460825 409 651 to 9 680825 472 171 to 2 200826 042 898 to 2 920826 226 644 to 6 670

826 582 951 to 3 430826 720 201 to 0 230827 005 671 to 5 830827 287 861 to 7 950827 291 502 to 1 520827 575 381 to 5 470827 609 085 to 9 100827 619 811 to 9 840827 883 511 to 3 600828 160 441 to 0 530828 376 201 to 6 260828 441 602 to 1 630828 539 316 to 9 340828 539 341 to 9 370

828 732 331 to 2 390828 807 781 to 7 840828 830 952 to 0 963828 939 781 to 0 050829 002 721 to 2 870829 005 301 to 5 540829 080 241 to 0 330829 160 986 to 1 000829 176 841 to 6 930829 471 561 to 1 590829 561 065 to 1 080829 566 481 to 6 510829 569 931 to 9 960

— Criminal Investigations Group, Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-16

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Verifying U.S. Postal Service Money OrdersFollow these steps to cash a Postal Service™ money

order:

1. Check that the amount does not exceed the legal limit: $1,000 for domestic, and $700 for international postal money orders.

2. Check that the proper security features are present:

When held to the light, a watermark of Benjamin Franklin is repeated from top to bottom on the left side.

When held to the light, a dark line (security thread) runs from top to bottom with the word “USPS” repeated.

There should be no discoloration around the dollar amounts, which might indicate the amounts were changes.

These appear in Postal Service Notice 299, U.S. Postal Money Order Reference Card, or online at https://www.usps.com/shop/money-orders.htm.

3. If the money order seems suspicious, call the U.S. Postal Service Money Order Verification System at 866-459-7822.

Please provide this information to local banks and retailers, as they also receive Postal Service money orders for cashing.

— Retail and Customer Service Operations, 5-12-16

Counterfeit Canadian Money Order Forms

Do Not CashTo be posted and used by retail window employees. As

directed, destroy previous notices. Destroy all interim notices when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin.

— Criminal Investigations Group, Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-16

Toll-Free Number Available to Verify Canadian Money Orders

The Canada Post Corporation is now providing a toll- free number that cashing agents can call to verify the validity of Canadian Postal Money Orders. The number is 800-563-0444.

This toll-free number is printed on the back of the Canadian Postal Money Orders.

— Criminal Investigations Group, Postal Inspection Service, 5-12-16

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Other InformationOverseas Military/Diplomatic Mail

Mail addressed to military and diplomatic post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding content, preparation, and handling. The APO/FPO/DPO table below outlines these conditions by APO/FPO/DPO ZIP Codes™ through the use of footnoted mailing restrictions codes (see the Restrictions page fol-lowing the table).

Acceptance clerks should use the table with the POS ONE terminal to determine which APO/FPO/DPO ZIP Codes are active and which conditions of mailing apply. Inquiries may be sent to the Military Postal Service Agency at https://amps.usps.gov/jy2/frm.htm.

The entries under “Changes” appear in bold in the APO/FPO/DPO table starting below.

Changes

We have eliminated “Not Active” entries from the table below to save space and paper.

APO/FPO/DPO Table

APO/FPO/DPO Action Effective Date See RestrictionsDPO AE 09160 Remove E 04/29/2016 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z1DPO AE 09213 Remove E 04/29/2016 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z1DPO AE 09265 Remove E 04/29/2016 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z1APO AE 09863 Open 05/12/2016 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-O-R-R1-V-Z1FPO AA 34007 Add H, J 04/20/2016 A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09003 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-P-R-U

09004 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09005 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-P-R-U

09006 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09009 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U-Z1

09011 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09012 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U-Z1

09013 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-F-F1-H-M-R-U-Z1

09014 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09016 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R09020 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09021 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U-Z109028 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09034 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09044 A1-A2-B-C-D-F1-H-U09046 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09049 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09053 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U

09054 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09055 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-F-H-M-R-R1-U-V

09059 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09060 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-F1-H-M-R-U-Z1

09067 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09068 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-U-Z109069 A-A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-N-

U-V09075 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09079 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09090 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-P-

R-U09094 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-P-R-

Z109095 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09096 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09103 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-U09104 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-R-U-

Z109107 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09112 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09114 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09123 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U-Z1

09125 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-O-R-R1-V-V1

09126 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-P-R-Z1

09128 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09131 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09136 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-F1-H-M-P-R

09138 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-R-U09140 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09142 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09143 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09154 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09160 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-

J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z109161 A-A1-A2-B-E1-F-F1-M-

N-V09172 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09173 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09177 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U09180 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-R-U09186 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-

U

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09211 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-P-R-U

09213 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z1

09214 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U-Z1

09227 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09245 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09250 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09261 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-F1-H-M-R-U-V-Z1

09263 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09264 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09265 A1-A2-B-C-D-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-R-T-U-V-Z1

09302 A-A1-A2-B-C1-F-F1-H-M-N-V-Z-Z1

09304 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-D-E2-F-F1-H1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09305 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09306 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1

09307 A1-A2-B-N-V-Z109308 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-

H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

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09309 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-E2-F-H1-M-N-R-V-Z1

09313 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-E2-F-F1-F2-H1-R-R1-V-Z1

09315 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-N-R-R1-V-Z1

09316 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09319 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-E2-F-F1-F2-H1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1

09320 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09321 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1

09330 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09333 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09337 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09340 A-A1-A2-B-C1-F-H-N-R-V

09343 A-A1-A2-B-C1-F-M-N-V-Z1

09347 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09348 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09352 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09354 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09355 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09356 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1

09357 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09363 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09365 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-E2-F-H1-M-N-R-V-Z1

09366 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-M-R-R1-V-Z1

09378 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09381 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09403 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-Z1

09421 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-Z1

09447 A1-A2-B-C-C1-R-U-V-Z1

09454 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09459 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-Z1

09461 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-P-R-U-Z1

09463 A1-A2-B-C-C1-R-U-Z109464 A1-A2-B-C-C1-R-U-Z109468 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-

Z109469 A1-A2-B-C-C1-R-U-Z109470 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-

Z109494 A1-A2-B-C-C1-M-R-U-

Z109498 A1-A2-B-C-C1-F-F1-F2-

J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z109501 A1-A2-B-V09502 A1-A2-B-V09503 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09504 A1-A2-B-V09505 A1-A2-B-V09506 A1-A2-B-V09507 A1-A2-B-V09508 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09509 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09510 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-

H1-M-R-R1-V-Z109511 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09513 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09517 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09520 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09523 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09522 A1-A2-B-V09524 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09532 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09534 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09543 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09550 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09554 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09556 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09564 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09565 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09566 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09567 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09568 A1-A2-B-V09569 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09570 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09573 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09574 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09575 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09576 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09577 A1-A2-B-V09578 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09579 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09581 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09582 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09583 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09586 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09587 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09588 A1-A2-B-V09589 A1-A2-B-V09590 A1-A2-B-V09591 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09592 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09593 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09594 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09595 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09596 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09599 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V09600 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-R-U-

Z109602 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-N-R-

U-V09603 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-R-U-V-

Z109604 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-P-R-U-

V-Z109605 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-R-U-

V09606 A1-A2-B-C-D-H-M-R-U-

V09607 A-A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-M-

N- R-R1-U-U3-V-W-Z109608 A1-A2-B-C-F-N-R-U-V-

Z109609 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109610 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-M-R-

U-V-Z109613 A1-A2-B-C-F-N-U-V09617 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109618 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109620 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109621 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109622 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109623 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109624 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-J-L-N-

T-U-V-Z109625 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109626 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109627 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109630 A1-A2-B-C-F-U-V09631 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109633 A1-A2-B-B2-C-D-F-F1-

M-R-U-U1-U2-U3-V-Z109636 A1-A2-B-C-F-R-U-Z109642 A1-A2-B-M-N-R-U-V09643 A1-A2-B-M-R-U-V-Z109645 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-R-U-

Z109647 A1-A2-B-M-N-R-U-Z109648 A1-A2-B-N-R-U-V-Z109649 A1-A2-B-N-R-U-Z109701 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09702 A1-A2-B-C-C1-F1-M-R-R1-U

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09703 A1-A2-B-C-D-F1-H-U09704 A1-A2-B-C-O-V-V109705 A1-A2-B-U09706 A1-A2-B-C-N-R-U-V-Z109707 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-J-L-M-

N-R-T-U-V-Z109708 A1-A2-B09709 A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-F-

F1-H-H1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09710 A1-A2-B-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-U-V-Z1

09712 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-R-U-V-Z1

09714 A1-A2-B-C-C1-F1-M-R-R1-U

09715 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09716 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09717 A-A1-A2-B-M-R-V-W-Z109718 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

R-T-U-V-Z109719 A1-A2-B-C-D-M-R-U-V-

Z109720 A1-A2-B-M-R-U-V-Z109722 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-Q-V-

Z-Z109723 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

R-T-U-V-Z109724 A1-A2-B-C-C1-F1-M-R-

R1-U09725 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-O-Q-

V-V1-Z-Z109726 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

R-T-U-V-Z109727 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09728 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09729 A1-A2-B-C-F-N-R-R1-U-V-Z1

09730 A-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09731 A-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09732 A1-A2-B-N-V-Z109733 A1-A2-B-N-V09734 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-F-F1-

J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z109735 A1-A2-B-N-V-Z109736 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09737 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-I-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-W-Y-Z-Z1

09738 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

Postal Bulletin 22441 - May 12, 2016 - USPS - [PDF Document] (42)

42 postal bulletin 22441 (5-12-16) Pull-Out Information

09739 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09741 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-W-Y-Z1

09742 A-A1-A2-B-B2-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09743 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-Q-V-Z-Z1

09744 A-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09745 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1

09747 A1-A2-B-F-J-N-U-V-Z109748 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09749 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-U-V-Z1

09750 A-A2-B-B2-C-C1-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09751 A1-A2-B-C-D-E-H-M-R-U

09752 A1-A2-B-C-D-F1-H-U09753 A-A1-A2-B-F-N-V-Z109754 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-Q-V-

Z-Z109755 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

F-F1-J-L-M-N-Q-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09756 A-A1-A2-B-B2-E3-F-F1-J-L-N-Q-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09759 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-E2-F-F1-F2-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09760 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-F-F1-J-L-M-N-Q-R-R1-T-V-Z-Z1

09762 A-A1-A2-B-B2-E3-F-F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09769 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09777 A-A1-A2-B-C-E1-F-F1-L-M-N-R-T

09780 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-N-R-V09789 A-A1-A2-B-F-N-R-V-Z109801 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-

H1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z109803 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-

H1-N-R-R1-U-V-Z109804 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-R-V-

Z109805 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-R-

R1-Z109806 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-

H1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09808 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-F-F1-H-H1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09809 A1-A2-B-F-F1-L-N-T-V-Z1

09810 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-R-V-Z1

09811 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-H1-N-R-R1-U-V-Z1

09812 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-I-J-L-N-R-T-U-V-Z-Z1

09813 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-I3-J-L-N-R-T-U-V-Z-Z1

09814 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-I3-J-L-N-R-T-U-V-Z-Z1

09815 A-A1-A2-B-F-N-R-V-Z109816 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-

E2-E3-F-F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09817 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-E3-F-F1-H-H1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09818 A-A1-A2-B-C-F-M-V-Z109820 A-A1-A2-B-B2-F-F1-H-

H1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09821 A-A1-A2-B-F-N-R-V-Z109822 A-A1-A2-B-F-R-V-Z109823 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-

R-T-V-Z109824 A-A1-A2-B-F-R-V-Z109825 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-D-F-

F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09826 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E1-E2-E3-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-W-Z1

09827 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09828 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-I-J-L-N-T-V-Z-Z1

09829 A1-A2-B-C-N-R-V-Z109830 A1-A2-B-C-M-N-R-V-Z109831 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-T-

U-V-Z109832 A-A1-A2-B-U1-V-Z109833 A1-A2-B-U1-V-Z109834 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-R-

R1-U-Z109835 A-A1-A2-B-N-V-Z109836 A-A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-J-L-

M-N-R-T-V-Z109837 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-V-Z109838 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-U-

Z109839 A-A1-A2-B-U-V-Z109840 A-A1-A2-B-E2-E3-V-Z109841 A-A1-A2-B-N-R-U-Z109842 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-

R-T-V-Z109844 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-D-F-

F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

09845 A-A1-A2-B-B2-E3-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z1

09846 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C1-F-F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09848 A-A1-A2-B-F-M-R-V-Z109851 A-A1-A2-B-F-N-R-V-Z109852 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-

H1-N-R-R1-U-V-Z109853 A1-A2-B-E2-F-H1-R-

R1-U2-V-Z109855 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-

H1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z109858 A1-A2-B-E2-E3-F-F1-

H1-N-R-R1-U-V-Z109859 A1-A2-B-C1-E2-E3-F-

F1-H1-R-R1-U-V-Z109861 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-R-

R1-V-Z109863 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-N-O-

R-R1-V-Z109865 A-A1-A2-B-R-U-V-Z109868 A-A1-A2-B-E2-F-N-U-V-

Z109870 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-

H1-I3-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-U4-V-Z-Z1

09873 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-U-U4-V-Z-Z1

09874 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-U-U4-V-Z-Z1

09875 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-I3-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-U-U4-V-Z-Z1

09880 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-F1-H1-N-R-R1-U-V-Z1

09890 A1-A2-B-E2-F-H1-N-R-R1-U2-V-Z1

09892 A-A1-A2-B-E2-F-F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

09895 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-F-L-N-R-T-V-W-Z1

09898 A1-A2-B-C-E2-F-H1-N-R-R1-U2-V-Z1

34002 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-T-V-Z1

34004 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-T-V

34007 A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1

34008 A1-A2-B-B2-D-E1-F-F1-H-H1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

34011 A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-F-F1-J-L-M-N-R-R1-T-V-Z1

34020 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34021 A1-A2-B-F-F1-T-J-L-M-N-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

34022 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34023 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34024 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34025 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34030 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34031 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34032 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34033 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34034 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34035 A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34036 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-T-V-Z1

34037 A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-H-I-L-M-N-T-V-Z-Z1

34038 A1-A2-B-L-M-N-U-V-Z134039 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

T-V-Z134041 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

T-V-Z134042 A-A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-M-

N-R-U-U1-V-W-Z134044 A-A1-A2-B-D-F-M-N-O-

R-R1-V-V1-Z-Z134055 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-M-N-

T-V-Z134058 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V-

Z134060 A1-A2-B-B2-C1-E2-F-

F1-J-L-N-R-R1-T-V-Z134078 A1-A2-B-F1-N-V-Z134080 A1-A2-B--F-F1-R-R1-V34081 A1-A2-B--F-F1-R-R1-V34082 A1-A2-B--F-F1-R-R1-V34083 A1-A2-B--F-F1-R-R1-V34084 A1-A2-B--F-F1-R-R1-V34090 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V34091 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V34092 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V34093 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V34094 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V34095 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96201 A-A1-A2-B-F196202 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96203 A-A1-A2-B-F196204 A-A1-A2-B-F196205 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96206 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96207 A-A1-A2-B-F1-V96208 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

Postal Bulletin 22441 - May 12, 2016 - USPS - [PDF Document] (43)

postal bulletin 22441 (5-12-16)Pull-Out Information 43

96209 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-T-U-V-Z1

96213 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U96214 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U96218 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96224 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96251 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96257 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96258 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96260 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96264 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U96266 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U96267 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U-V96269 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U-Z196271 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96275 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96276 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R96278 A-A1-A2-B-C-F1-R-U96283 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96284 A-A1-A2-B-F1-U96303 A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-M-

N-T-V-W-Z196306 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196309 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-V-W96310 A1-A2-B-M-W96319 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-W96321 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196322 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196323 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-V-W96326 A1-A2-B-C-F-M-R-W96328 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-W96330 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-W96331 A1-A2-B-M-W96336 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-V-W96337 A1-A2-B-M-W96338 A1-A2-B-M-W96339 A1-A2-B-M-V-W96343 A1-A2-B-M-W96346 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

V-W-Z196347 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196349 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196350 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

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96351 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-W-Z1

96362 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-M-W-Z1

96365 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-V-W96367 A1-A2-B-C-L-M-R-W96368 A1-A2-B-C-M-R-W96370 A1-A2-B-F-F1-F2-H-M-

W-Z196372 A1-A2-B-M-W96373 A1-A2-B-M-W96374 A1-A2-B-M-W96375 A1-A2-B-M-W96376 A1-A2-B-M-W96377 A1-A2-B-M-W96378 A1-A2-B-M-W96379 A1-A2-B-M-W96380 A1-A2-B-M-W96382 A1-A2-B-M-W96384 A1-A2-B-M-W96385 A1-A2-B-M-W96386 A1-A2-B-M-W96387 A1-A2-B-M-W96388 A1-A2-B-M-W96389 A1-A2-B-M-W96401 A1-A2-B-C-F-N-O-R-V-

V1-Z196427 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-

H1-M-R-R1-V96447 A1-A2-B-C-F-N-R-U3-V-

V196501 A-A1-A2-B-N-V96502 A1-A2-B-F-N-U3-V-Z196504 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-F-F1-

I-L-N-R-R1-T-V-W-Z-Z196505 A-A1-A2-B-C-C1-F-F1-

I-L-N-R-R1-T-V-W-Z-Z196507 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-

N-T-V-Z196510 A1-A2-B-I-N-V96511 A1-A2-B-I-N-V96515 A1-A2-B-D-F-U396516 A1-A2-B-D-F-Z196517 A1-A2-B-F-U3-V-Z196520 A1-A2-B-F-N-U3-V96521 A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-T-

U3-V-Z196530 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-H1-

J-L-M-N-T-U-V-Z1

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

96531 A-A1-A2-B-C-F-F1-H-M-N-R-U-V

96532 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-M-N-T-U-V-Z1

96534 A-A1-A2-B-F-U-Z196535 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-J-L-N-

T-V-Z196537 A1-A2-B-V-Z196538 A1-A2-B-V-Z196540 A1-A2-B-V-Z196541 A1-A2-B-V96542 A1-A2-B-V-Z196543 A1-A2-B-P-V-Z196546 A1-A2-B-F-R-U396548 A-A1-A2-B-H-M-R-U96549 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-

M-N-T-U-V-Z196550 A-A1-A2-B-H-M-U-V-Z196551 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-

M-N-T-U-V-Z196552 A1-A2-B-Z196553 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-M-

R-U96554 A-A1-A2-B-F-F1-H-J-L-

M-N-T-U-V-Z196555 A1-A2-B-F-M-V96557 A1-A2-B-F-M-V96562 A-A1-A2-B-B2-C-C1-D-

E2-E3-F-F1-H-H1-I-L-M-N-R-T-V-Z-Z1

96577 A-A1-A2-B-F-H-M-N-R-U

96578 A1-A2-B-B2-F1-H-J-N-R

96595 A1-A2-B-F-U3-V-Z196598 A1-A2-B-N-O-V-V196599 A1-A2-B-N-V96601 A1-A2-B-V96602 A1-A2-B-V96603 A1-A2-B-V96604 A1-A2-B-V96605 A1-A2-B-V96606 A1-A2-B-V96607 A1-A2-B-V96608 A1-A2-B-V96609 A1-A2-B-V96610 A1-A2-B-V96611 A1-A2-B-V96612 A1-A2-B-V

APO/FPO/DPO

SeeRestrictions

96613 A1-A2-B-V96615 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96616 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96617 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96619 A1-A2-B-V96620 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96621 A1-A2-B-V96622 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96628 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96629 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96631 A-A1-A2-B-C1-E2-F-

H1-M-R-R1-V96632 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96643 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96649 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96650 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96657 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96660 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96661 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96662 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96663 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96664 A1-A2-B-V96665 A1-A2-B-V96666 A1-A2-B-V96667 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96668 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96669 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96670 A1-A2-B-V96671 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96672 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96673 A1-A2-B-V96674 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96675 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96677 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96678 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V 96679 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96681 A1-A2-B-V96682 A1-A2-B-V96683 A1-A2-B-V96686 A1-A2-B-V96691 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96692 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96693 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96694 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96695 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96696 A1-A2-B-F-F1-R-R1-V96698 A1-A2-B-V

APO/FPO/DPO

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Restrictions

RESTRICTIONSLEGEND

PS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green label)

PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch NotePS Form 2976-B, Priority Mail Express International Shipping Label and Customs Form

AAFES = Army and Air Force Exchange ServiceAPO = Army/Air Force Post OfficeBox R = Retired military personnelDMM = Domestic Mail ManualDPO = Diplomatic Post OfficeFPO = Fleet Post OfficeMOM = Military Ordinary MailMPO = Military Post OfficePAL = Parcel AirliftPSC = Postal Service CenterSAM = Space Available MailUSDA = United States Department of AgricultureNote: Mail order catalogs are prohibited as SAM or PAL mail.

A. Securities, currency, or precious metals in their raw, unmanufactured state are prohibited. Official shipments are exempt from this restriction.A1. Mail addressed to “Any Servicemember,” or similar wording such as “Any Soldier,” “Sailor,” “Airman,” or “Marine”; “Military Mail”; etc., is prohibited. Mail must be addressed to an individual or job title such as “Commander,” “Command-ing Officer,” etc.A2. APO/FPO/DPO addresses shall not include a city and/or country name.B. Regardless of mail class, a customs declaration (i.e., PS Form 2976, PS Form 2976-A, or PS Form 2976-B) is required for all items weighing 16 ounces or more, or any item (regardless of weight) containing potentially dutiable mail contents (e.g., merchandise or goods) addressed to or from an APO, FPO, or DPO ZIP Code. If mailed using Priority Mail Express service, mailpieces requiring a customs form that are addressed to or from an APO, FPO, or DPO location must bear a properly completed PS Form 2976-B. No customs form is required for items weighing less than 16 ounces when the contents are not potentially dutiable (e.g., documents). The surface area of the address side of the mailpiece must be large enough to contain the applicable customs declaration. The following exceptions apply:

Known mailers are exempt from providing customs documentation on non-dutiable letters or printed matter. (A known mailer is a business mailer who enters volume mailings through a business mail entry unit (BMEU) or other bulk mail acceptance location, pays postage through an advance deposit account, uses a permit imprint for postage payment, and submits a completed postage statement at the time of entry that certifies that the mailpieces contain no dangerous materials that are prohibited by postal regulations.)

All federal, state, and local government agencies whose mailings are regarded as “Official Mail” are exempt from providing customs documen-tation on any item addressed to an APO, FPO, or DPO except for those APOs/FPOs/DPOs to which restriction “B2” applies.

Prepaid mail from military contractors is exempt, providing the mailpiece is endorsed “Contents for Official Use — Exempt from Customs Require-ments.”

B2. All federal, state, and local government agencies must complete customs documentation when sending potentially dutiable mail addressed to or from this APO, FPO, or DPO.C. Cigarettes and other tobacco products are prohibited.C1. Obscene articles, prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc., and horror comics and matrices are prohibited.D. Coffee is prohibited. E. Medicines (prescription, over-the-counter, vitamins, and supplements) are prohibited when mailed to individuals for human or animal use. This prohibition does not apply when medicines are sent as official mail only between specifically designated agencies such as pharmaceutical distributors, hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies.E1. Medicines or vaccines not conforming to French laws are prohibited.E2. Any matter depicting nude or seminude persons, p*rnographic or sexual items, or nonauthorized political materials is prohibited. Although religious mate-rials contrary to the Islamic faith are prohibited in bulk quantities, items for the per-sonal use of the addressee are permissible.E3. Radio transceivers, cordless telephones, global positioning systems, scan-ners, base stations, and handheld transmitters are prohibited.F. Firearms of any type are prohibited in all classes of mail. See definitions of firearms in PUB 52, Sec. 431. This restriction does not apply to firearms mailed to or by official U.S. government agencies. The restriction for mail to this APO/FPO/DPO ZIP Code does not apply to firearms mailed from this APO/FPO/DPO ZIP Code, provided ATF and USPS regulations are met. Antique firearms are a sepa-rate category defined in PUB 52, Sec. 431.3 and ATF regulations; they do not require an ATF form.F1. Privately owned weapons addressed to an individual are prohibited in any class of mail.F2. Importation of firearms is restricted to one shotgun and one single shot .22 caliber rifle per individual.

G. Only letters, flats, and Periodicals are authorized. Parcels of any class are prohibited.H. Meats, including preserved meats, whether hermetically sealed or not, are prohibited.H1. Pork or pork by-products are prohibited.I. Mail of all classes must fit in a mail sack. Mail may not exceed the following dimensions:

Maximum length 20 inches. Maximum width 12 inches. Maximum height 12 inches.

The maximum length and girth combined may not exceed 68 inches.

This restriction does not apply to registered mail and official government mail marked MOM.

I1. This restriction does not apply to registered mail.I2. This restriction does not apply to official government mail marked MOM.I3. Mail may not exceed the following dimensions:

Maximum length 27 inches. Maximum width 14 inches. Maximum height 14 inches.

J. Parcels may not exceed 108 inches in length and girth combined.K. Mail that includes in the address the words, “Dependent Mail Section,” may consist only of letter mail, newspapers, magazines, and books. No parcel of any class containing any other matter may be mailed to the Dependent Mail section. This restriction does not apply if the address does not include the words “Depen-dent Mail Section.”L. All official mail is prohibited.M. Fruits, vegetables, animals, and living plants are prohibited.N. Registered mail is prohibited.O. Delivery status information for Extra Services is not available on USPS.com.P. APO is used for the receipt and dispatch of official mail only.Q. Mail may not exceed 66 pounds, and size is limited to 42 inches maximum length and 72 inches maximum length and girth combined.R. All alcoholic beverages, including those mailable under PUB 52, Sec. 421, are prohibited. R1. Materials used in the production of alcoholic beverages (i.e., distilling mate-rial, hops, malts, yeast, etc.) are prohibited. S. Mail of all classes must fit in a mail sack. Mail may not exceed the following dimensions and weight:

Maximum length 12 inches. Maximum width 12 inches. Maximum height 5 1/2 inches. Maximum weight 25 pounds.

The maximum length and girth combined may not exceed 47 inches.

T. Mailings of case lots of food and supplemental household shipments must be approved by the sender’s parent agency prior to mailing.U. Parcels must weigh less than 16 ounces when addressed to Box R. This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free Matter for the Blind or Handi-capped.”U1. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail weighing 13 ounces or less when addressed to Box R. This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free Matter for the Blind or Handicapped.” Videotapes are prohibited when addressed to Box R, regardless of weight.U2. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail letters only when addressed to Box R.U3. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail correspondence (including voice and video cassettes), newspapers, magazines, photographs, not exceeding 16 ounces, when addressed to Box R. U4. Mail addressed to Box C is limited to 2 pounds, regardless of class.V. Priority Mail Express Military Service (PMEMS) not available from any origin.V1. USPS Tracking is not available.W. Meat products, such as dried beef, salami, and sausage, may be mailed, pro-vided they remain in their original, hermetically sealed packages and bear USDA certification. Other meats, bones, skin, hair, feathers, horns or hoofs of hoofed ani-mals, wool samples, tobacco leaves, including chewing and pipe tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes, or obscene material, including obscene drawings, photo-graphs, films, and carvings, are prohibited. Exception: 200 grams of tobacco per parcel are permitted duty free.X. Personal mail is limited to First-Class Mail items (to include audio cassettes and voice tapes) weighing 13 ounces or less. This limitation does not apply to offi-cial mail.Y. Mail is limited to First-Class and Priority Mail items only. All Periodicals, Stan-dard Mail items, and Package Services items (including SAM and PAL) are not authorized. This restriction also applies to official mail.Z. No outside pieces (OSPs).Z1. The following restriction is applicable only to International Service Centers (ISC)/Exchange Offices. An Anti-Pilferage Seal (Item No O817E or O818A) is required on all pouches and sacks.

— International Network Operations, Global Business, 5-12-16

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Freely Associated States (FAS) RestrictionsEffective March 19, 2015, the mailing restrictions for

Freely Associated States will be listed in the Pull-Out sec-tion of the Postal Bulletin and updated periodically.

Freely Associated StatesMail addressed to freely associated states is subject to

certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding con-tent, preparation, and handling. The FAS table below outlines these conditions as listed by each affected FAS ZIP Code™ through the use of footnoted mailing restric-tions codes (see the Restrictions following the table). For additional information on available extra services for FAS destinations, see Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM®), part 503.

Acceptance clerks should use the table with the POS ONE terminal to determine which FAS ZIP Codes are active and which conditions of mailing apply. Inquiries may be sent to Randall Sobol at [emailprotected].

FAS Restrictions Table

Restrictions

RESTRICTIONS LEGENDPS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green label)

PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note

FAS = Freely Associated State

A. Bank currency (coin and paper) is prohibited.

B. Signature Confirmation, Signature Confirmation Restricted Delivery, Adult Signature Requested, Adult Signature Restricted Delivery, Certified Mail Adult Signature Required, and Certified Mail Adult Signature Restricted Delivery not available.

C. COD is prohibited.

— Asia-Pacific Relations, Global Business, 5-12-16

FAS Table See Restrictions96939 A, B96940 A, B96941 A, B96942 A, B96943 A, B

96944 A, B96960 A, B96970 A, BMarshall Islands CFederated States of Micronesia C

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Exhibit 743.43 Continued Service Agreement and Certification Statement (continued)

743.431 Procedure

[Revise the last sentence of 743.431 to read as follows:]

***At the time the certification is signed, the employee must submit the signed certification to the Director, Learning and Development.

743.432 Reimbursem*nt

[Revise the first sentence of 743.432 to read as follows:]

If an employee gives voluntary notice to leave the Postal Service prior to completing the service agreed to in the Continued Service Agreement for a reason other than non-career military service, including but not limited to, retire-ment, or if the employee is terminated for cause prior to completing the service agreed to in the Continued Service Agreement, then the employee’s supervisor provides

written notification to the official who approved the eBuy requisition for the training.***

743.5 Reporting Requirements

[Revise the text of 743.5 to read as follows:]

At the end of each semester, the Area and Headquarters organizations must submit to the Director, Learning and Development a list of the employees who have been approved to attend Non-Postal training. This request will be sent out by Learning and Development. The report must include the following:

a. The employee’s name, grade, title, and PCES man-ager or executive sponsor; and

I understand that this Agreement does not in any way commit the Postal Service or the federal government to continue my employment.

Employee’s initials: _____

I understand and agree that I have been provided with the opportunity to review and consider the terms of this Agreement and that I have been informed of my right to consult with an attorney should I so desire in sufficient advance of my participation in the Program identified in this Agreement.

Employee’s initials: _____

Name (printed or typed): _______________________________________________

Position Title: _________________________________________________________

HQ/Area/District:______________________________________________________

Original Signature: ____________________________________________________

Today’s Date: _________________________________________________________

Name of Program:

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Program Title:_________________________________________________________

Dates Scheduled to attend:

From:_____________________________To:__________________________________

Privacy Act Statement: Your information will be used to complete a Continued Service Agreement for training or development. Collection is authorized by 39 U.S.C. 401, 410, 1001, 1005, and 1206. Providing the information is voluntary, but if not provided, your agreement cannot be processed. We may disclose your information as follows: in relevant legal proceedings; to law enforcement when the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) or requesting agency becomes aware of a violation of law; to a congressional office at your request; to entities or individuals under contract with USPS (service providers); to entities authorized to perform audits; to labor organizations, as required by law; to federal, state, local, or foreign government agencies regarding personnel matters; to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; and the Merit Systems Protection Board or Office of Special Counsel. For more information regarding our privacy policies, visit www.usps.com/privacypolicy.

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b. The college or university, company, program, course level, course title, start date, completion date, and cost.

* * * * *

744.1 Failure to Enroll in or Complete Approved Training

[Revise the second sentence of 744.1 to read as follows:]

***The MLDD, supervisor/manager, or Learning and Devel-opment promptly notifies those who have received copies of the approved eBuy requisition that the employee has failed to enroll in or complete approved training.

* * * * *

We will incorporate these revisions into the next online update of the ELM, which is available on the Postal Service PolicyNet website:

Go to http://blue.usps.gov.

In the left-hand column under “Essential Links”, click PolicyNet.

Click Manuals.

The direct URL for the Postal Service PolicyNet website is http://blue.usps.gov/cpim.

— Learning and Development, Employee Resource Management, 5-12-16

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Organization Informationform3227O

Domestic MailLabeling List Changes

Effective June 1, 2016, we are revising Labeling List(s) L001, L006, L007, L012, and L606 to reflect changes in mail processing operations. Mailers are expected to label according to these revised lists for mailings that are inducted on or after the June 1, 2016, effective date, but no later than July 1, 2016.

Labeling Lists

L000 General Use

* * * * *

L001 5-Digit Scheme — Periodicals, Standard Mail, and Package Services Flats and Irregular Parcels

* * * * *

Newly Added

* * * * *

L006 5-Digit FSS Scheme — Periodical, Standard Mail, and Package Services Flats in Bundles

* * * * *

Newly Added

Deleted

Column A: Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

27507 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27508 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27540 HOLLY SPRINGS NC 27540 New27549 LOUISBURG NC 27549 New27551 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27553 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27556 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27557 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27559 HOLLY SPRINGS NC 27540 New27562 HOLLY SPRINGS NC 27540 New27563 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27571 BULLOCK NC 27507 New27589 LOUISBURG NC 27549 New27591 LOUISBURG NC 27549 New27592 HOLLY SPRINGS NC 27540 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Scheme Bundle/Container Placard (Added To)

Column C: Facility Container Placard (Added To)

Column B Status

55044 LAKEVILLE MN 55044

FSS SAINT PAUL MN 550

New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B Label (Deleted From)

Column C Label (Deleted From)

32129 PORT ORANGE FL 32129 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32701 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FL 32714

FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32704 APOPKA FL 32704 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32714 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FL 32714

FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32715 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FL 32715

FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32716 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FL 32716

FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32721 DELAND FL 32721 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32722 GLENWOOD FL 32722 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32730 CASSELBERRY FL 32730 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32751 MAITLAND FL 32751 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32752 LONGWOOD FL 32752 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32762 OVIENDO FL 32762 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32763 ORANGE CITY FL 32763 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32774 ORANGE CITY FL 32774 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32780 TITUSVILLE FL 32780 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32781 TITUSVILLE FL 32781 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32783 TITUSVILLE FL 32783 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32791 LONGWOOD FL 32791 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32793 WINTER PARK FL 32793 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32794 MAITLAND FL 32794 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32795 LAKE MARY FL 32795 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32796 TITUSVILLE FL 32796 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32811 ORLANDO FL 32811 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32820 ORLANDO FL 32820 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32831 ORLANDO FL 32831 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32833 ORLANDO FL 32833 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32861 ORLANDO FL 32861 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

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L007 5-Digit Scheme — Periodical, Standard Mail, and Package Services Flats in Bundles

Changes

Newly Added

32867 ORLANDO FL 32867 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32869 ORLANDO FL 32869 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32877 ORLANDO FL 32877 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32878 ORLANDO FL 32878 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32932 COCOA BEACH FL 32932 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32941 MELBOURNE FL 32941 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32954 MERRITT ISLAND FL 32954 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32956 ROCKLEDGE FL 32956 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32961 VERO BEACH FL 32961 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32964 VERO BEACH FL 32964 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32965 VERO BEACH FL 32965 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

32969 VERO BEACH FL 32969 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

34714 CLERMONT FL 34714 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

34715 CLERMONT FL 34715 FSS ORLANDO FL 328

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

32780 MELBOURNE FL 32940

TITUSVILLE FL 32780

New

32796 MELBOURNE FL 32940

TITUSVILLE FL 32780

New

32809 ORLANDO FL 32806

ORLANDO FL 32809

New

32831 ORLANDO FL 32825

ORLANDO FL 32831

New

32833 ORLANDO FL 32825

ORLANDO FL 32831

New

32839 ORLANDO FL 32806

ORLANDO FL 32809

New

34714 CLERMONT FL 34711

CLERMONT FL 34714

New

34715 CLERMONT FL 34711

CLERMONT FL 34714

New

68109 OMAHA NE 68101

OMAHA NE 68103

New

68122 OMAHA NE 68122

OMAHA NE 68134

New

68134 OMAHA NE 68122

OMAHA NE 68134

New

68135 OMAHA NE 68135

OMAHA NE 68137

New

68136 OMAHA NE 68135

OMAHA NE 68137

New

68137 OMAHA NE 68135

OMAHA NE 68137

New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B Label (Deleted From)

Column C Label (Deleted From)

68138 OMAHA NE 68135

OMAHA NE 68137

New

68139 OMAHA NE 68135

OMAHA NE 68137

New

68142 OMAHA NE 68122

OMAHA NE 68134

New

68164 OMAHA NE 68122

OMAHA NE 68134

New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

51521 AVOCA IA 51521 New51526 AVOCA IA 51521 New51529 AVOCA IA 51521 New51534 AVOCA IA 51521 New51535 AVOCA IA 51521 New51537 AVOCA IA 51521 New51546 AVOCA IA 51521 New51550 AVOCA IA 51521 New51551 AVOCA IA 51521 New51555 AVOCA IA 51521 New51559 AVOCA IA 51521 New51560 AVOCA IA 51521 New51566 AVOCA IA 51521 New51576 AVOCA IA 51521 New51579 AVOCA IA 51521 New51601 SHENANDOAH IA 51601 New51632 SHENANDOAH IA 51601 New51640 SHENANDOAH IA 51601 New51652 SHENANDOAH IA 51601 New67701 COLBY KS 67701 New67730 COLBY KS 67701 New67735 COLBY KS 67701 New67737 COLBY KS 67701 New67738 COLBY KS 67701 New67739 COLBY KS 67701 New67740 COLBY KS 67701 New67741 COLBY KS 67701 New67748 COLBY KS 67701 New67749 COLBY KS 67701 New67751 COLBY KS 67701 New67752 COLBY KS 67701 New67756 COLBY KS 67701 New67757 COLBY KS 67701 New67762 COLBY KS 67701 New67764 COLBY KS 67701 New68003 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68007 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68008 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68010 OMAHA NE 68104 New68017 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68022 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68023 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68025 FREEMONT NE 68025 New68026 FREEMONT NE 68025 New68028 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68037 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68038 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68045 ASHLAND NE 68003 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

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68048 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68057 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68059 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68061 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68064 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68065 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68066 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68069 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68073 ASHLAND NE 68003 New68103 OMAHA NE 68103 New68104 OMAHA NE 68104 New68107 OMAHA NE 68107 New68113 OMAHA NE 68107 New68119 OMAHA NE 68110 Existing68123 BELLEVUE NE 68005 Existing68305 AUBURN NE 68305 New68310 AUBURN NE 68305 New68320 AUBURN NE 68305 New68333 AUBURN NE 68305 New68352 AUBURN NE 68305 New68355 AUBURN NE 68305 New68361 AUBURN NE 68305 New68410 AUBURN NE 68305 New68434 AUBURN NE 68305 New68446 AUBURN NE 68305 New68450 AUBURN NE 68305 New68462 AUBURN NE 68305 New68466 AUBURN NE 68305 New68467 AUBURN NE 68305 New68501 LINCOLN NE 68501 New68504 LINCOLN NE 68504 New68507 LINCOLN NE 68504 New68509 LINCOLN NE 68501 New68514 LINCOLN NE 68504 New68517 LINCOLN NE 68504 New68529 LINCOLN NE 68501 New68544 LINCOLN NE 68502 Existing68601 COLUMBUS NE 68601 New68602 COLUMBUS NE 68601 New68620 ALBION NE 68620 New68632 ALBION NE 68620 New68636 ALBION NE 68620 New68638 ALBION NE 68620 New68649 ALBION NE 68620 New68661 ALBION NE 68620 New68701 NORFOLK NE 68701 New68702 NORFOLK NE 68701 New68717 BELDEN NE 68717 New68731 BELDEN NE 68717 New68740 BELDEN NE 68717 New68745 BELDEN NE 68717 New68763 BELDEN NE 68717 New68776 BELDEN NE 68717 New68787 BELDEN NE 68717 New68788 BELDEN NE 68717 New68810 ALDA NE 68810 New68818 ALDA NE 68810 New68822 ALDA NE 68810 New68823 ALDA NE 68810 New68825 ALDA NE 68810 New68826 ALDA NE 68810 New68832 LEXINGTON NE 68850 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

68836 ALDA NE 68810 New68840 LEXINGTON NE 68850 New68845 KEARNEY NE 68847 New68847 KEARNEY NE 68847 New68848 KEARNEY NE 68847 New68850 LEXINGTON NE 68850 New68853 ALDA NE 68810 New68862 ALDA NE 68810 New68869 ALDA NE 68810 New68873 LEXINGTON NE 68850 New68875 ALDA NE 68810 New68883 ALDA NE 68810 New68901 HASTINGS NE 68901 New68902 HASTINGS NE 68901 New68920 ALMA NE 68920 New68922 ALMA NE 68920 New68924 ALMA NE 68920 New68926 ALMA NE 68920 New68927 ALMA NE 68920 New68930 ALMA NE 68920 New68933 ALMA NE 68920 New68937 ALMA NE 68920 New68939 ALMA NE 68920 New68941 ALMA NE 68920 New68944 ALMA NE 68920 New68947 ALMA NE 68920 New68948 ALMA NE 68920 New68949 ALMA NE 68920 New68955 ALMA NE 68920 New68956 ALMA NE 68920 New68961 ALMA NE 68920 New68966 ALMA NE 68920 New68967 ALMA NE 68920 New68970 ALMA NE 68920 New68973 ALMA NE 68920 New68978 ALMA NE 68920 New68979 ALMA NE 68920 New68980 ALMA NE 68920 New69001 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69021 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69022 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69023 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69024 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69025 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69026 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69027 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69028 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69033 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69034 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69038 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69040 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69043 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69044 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69045 MCCOOK NE 69001 New69101 NORTH PLATTE NE 69101 New69103 NORTH PLATTE NE 69101 New69120 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69122 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69123 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69130 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69138 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69143 ARNOLD NE 69120 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

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69145 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69149 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69150 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69153 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69162 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69165 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69169 ARNOLD NE 69120 New69201 VALENTINE NE 69201 New69210 VALENTINE NE 69201 New69301 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69334 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69336 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69337 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69339 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69341 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69343 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69348 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69352 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69356 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69357 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69358 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New69361 ALLIANCE NE 69301 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes Column B Label (Deleted From)32127 PORT ORANGE FL 3212732128 PORT ORANGE FL 3212732129 PORT ORANGE FL 3212732703 APOPKA FL 3270332707 CASSELBERRY FL 3270732708 CASSELBERRY FL 3270732712 APOPKA FL 3270332713 LONGWOOD FL 3275032730 CASSELBERRY FL 3270732746 ORLANDO FL 3282632750 LONGWOOD FL 3275032751 ORLANDO FL 3282432762 OVIEDO FL 3276532763 LONGWOOD FL 3275032765 OVIEDO FL 3276532766 OVIEDO FL 3276532779 LONGWOOD FL 3275032794 ORLANDO FL 3282432806 ORLANDO FL 3280632811 ORLANDO FL 3281132812 ORLANDO FL 3281232817 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FL 3271432819 ORLANDO FL 3281932820 ORLANDO FL 3282832821 ORLANDO FL 3281932822 ORLANDO FL 3281232824 ORLANDO FL 3282432825 ORLANDO FL 3282532826 ORLANDO FL 3282632827 ORLANDO FL 3281932828 ORLANDO FL 3282832835 ORLANDO FL 3281132836 ORLANDO FL 3283632837 ORLANDO FL 32836

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

32931 ORLANDO FL 3281132940 MELBOURNE FL 3294032941 MELBOURNE FL 3294032960 VERO BEACH FL 3296032962 VERO BEACH FL 3296032963 VERO BEACH FL 3296032966 VERO BEACH FL 3296632967 VERO BEACH FL 3296632968 VERO BEACH FL 3296634711 CLERMONT FL 3471134712 CLERMONT FL 3471134713 CLERMONT FL 3471162208 EAST SAINT LOUIS IL 6220363664 PARK HILLS MO 6360163863 SIKESTON MO 6380163869 SIKESTON MO 6380165011 ASHLAND MO 6501065013 ASHLAND MO 6501065023 ASHLAND MO 6501065024 ASHLAND MO 6501065032 ASHLAND MO 6501065035 ASHLAND MO 6501065039 ASHLAND MO 6501065046 ASHLAND MO 6501065053 ASHLAND MO 6501065059 ASHLAND MO 6501065063 ASHLAND MO 6501065072 ASHLAND MO 6501065074 ASHLAND MO 6501065078 ASHLAND MO 6501065082 ASHLAND MO 6501065085 ASHLAND MO 6501065236 AUXVASSE MO 6523165237 AUXVASSE MO 6523165239 AUXVASSE MO 6523165243 AUXVASSE MO 6523165254 AUXVASSE MO 6523165256 AUXVASSE MO 6523165257 AUXVASSE MO 6523165261 AUXVASSE MO 6523165262 AUXVASSE MO 6523165263 AUXVASSE MO 6523165274 AUXVASSE MO 6523165276 AUXVASSE MO 6523165284 AUXVASSE MO 6523168198 OMAHA NE 68105

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

20812 GARRETT PARK MD 20896

BETHESDA MD 20825

New

20816 BETHESDA MD 20816

BETHESDA MD 20824

New

20817 BETHESDA MD 20817

BETHESDA MD 20827

New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes Column B Label (Deleted From)

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20818 GARRETT PARK MD 20896

BETHESDA MD 20825

New

20824 BETHESDA MD 20816

BETHESDA MD 20824

New

20827 BETHESDA MD 20817

BETHESDA MD 20827

New

20830 OLNEY MD 20830 GERMANTOWN MD 20876

Existing

20832 OLNEY MD 20830 GERMANTOWN MD 20876

Existing

20833 OLNEY MD 20830 GERMANTOWN MD 20876

Existing

20837 POOLESVILLE MD 20837

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20838 POOLESVILLE MD 20837

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20839 POOLESVILLE MD 20837

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20841 POOLESVILLE MD 20837

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20842 POOLESVILLE MD 20837

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20848 ROCKVILLE MD 20851

ROCKVILLE MD 20848

New

20851 ROCKVILLE MD 20851

ROCKVILLE MD 20848

New

20853 ROCKVILLE MD 20851

ROCKVILLE MD 20848

New

20860 ASHTON MD 20861

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20861 ASHTON MD 20861

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20862 ASHTON MD 20861

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20866 ASHTON MD 20861

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20868 ASHTON MD 20861

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20871 CLARKSBURG MD 20871

BEALLSVILLE MD 20839

New

20884 GAITHERSBURG MD 20877

GAITHERSBURG MD 20884

New

20902 SILVER SPRING MD 20902

SILVER SPRING MD 20915

New

20905 SILVER SPRING MD 20905

SILVER SPRING MD 20914

New

20912 TAKOMA PARK MD 20912

SILVER SPRING MD 20915

New

20914 SILVER SPRING MD 20905

SILVER SPRING MD 20914

New

20915 SILVER SPRING MD 20902

SILVER SPRING MD 20915

New

56273 WILLMAR MN 56201

NEW LONDON MN 56273

New

56288 WILLMAR MN 56201

NEW LONDON MN 56273

New

61266 ALBANY IL 61230 ALEDO IL 61231 Existing65446 ST JAMES MO

65559CUBA MO 65453 Existing

65541 CUBA MO 65453 ST JAMES MO 65559

Existing

65550 CUBA MO 65453 ST JAMES MO 65559

Existing

65630 NIXA MO 65714 AVA MO 65608 Existing65754 NIXA MO 65714 AVA MO 65608 Existing

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

68109 OMAHA NE 68102 OMAHA NE 68103

New

68504 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68505

New

68505 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68505

New

68506 LINCOLN NE 68526

LINCOLN NE 68506

New

68507 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68514 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68516 LINCOLN NE 68526

LINCOLN NE 68516

New

68517 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68520 LINCOLN NE 68526

LINCOLN NE 68506

New

68521 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68524 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68526 LINCOLN NE 68526

LINCOLN NE 68516

New

68527 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

68531 LINCOLN NE 68504

LINCOLN NE 68507

New

83801 ATHOL ID 83801 SANDPOINT ID 83864

Existing

83805 ATHOL ID 83801 SANDPOINT ID 83864

Existing

83810 KELLOGG ID 83837

HAYDEN ID 83835

New

83837 KELLOGG ID 83837

HAYDEN ID 83835

New

83852 ATHOL ID 83801 SANDPOINT ID 83864

Existing

83856 ATHOL ID 83801 SANDPOINT ID 83864

Existing

83861 KELLOGG ID 83837

MOSCOW ID 83843

Existing

83873 KELLOGG ID 83837

HAYDEN ID 83835

New

83876 KELLOGG ID 83837

MOSCOW ID 83843

Existing

94107 SAN FRANCISCO CA 94107

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94102

Existing

94131 SAN FRANCISCO CA 94102

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94131

New

94134 SAN FRANCISCO CA 94107

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94131

New

94172 SAN FRANCISCO CA 94102

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94131

New

99507 ANCHORAGE AK 99507

ANCHORAGE AK 99503

Existing

99514 JBER AK 99505 ANCHORAGE AK 99504

Existing

99519 JBER AK 99505 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99521 ANCHORAGE AK

99510ANCHORAGE AK 99504

Existing

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

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99523 ANCHORAGE AK 99510

ANCHORAGE AK 99503

Existing

99524 ANCHORAGE AK 99510

ANCHORAGE AK 99503

Existing

99567 EAGLE RIVER AK 99577

SEWARD AK 99664

New

99574 BETHEL AK 99559 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99576 BETHEL AK 99559 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99577 EAGLE RIVER AK

99577SEWARD AK 99664

New

99615 BETHEL AK 99559 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99645 ANCHORAGE AK

99503SEWARD AK 99664

New

99664 EAGLE RIVER AK 99577

SEWARD AK 99664

New

99669 KENAI AK 99611 HOMER AK 99603

Existing

99672 KENAI AK 99611 HOMER AK 99603

Existing

99685 BETHEL AK 99559 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99692 BETHEL AK 99559 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99701 FAIRBANKS AK

99712FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99702 FAIRBANKS AK 99712

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99703 FAIRBANKS AK 99712

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99705 NORTH POLE AK 99705

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99706 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99707 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99708 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99709 NORTH POLE AK 99705

FAIRBANKS AK 99702

New

99712 FAIRBANKS AK 99712

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99723 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99725 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99737 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99743 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99752 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99760 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99762 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99775 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

99780 FAIRBANKS AK 99706

FAIRBANKS AK 99701

New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

20814 BETHESDA MD 20824 New20815 BETHESDA MD 20825 New

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Change From)

Column B: Label Container To (Change To)

Column B Change To Status

20825 BETHESDA MD 20825 New20855 ROCKVILLE MD 20848 New20895 BETHESDA MD 20827 New20904 SILVER SPRING MD 20914 New27534 GOLDSBORO NC 27534 New27556 BULLOCK NC 27507 Existing27577 GOLDSBORO NC 27534 New30217 HOGANSVILLE GA 30230 Existing30248 LUTHERSVILLE GA 30251 Existing30261 LAGRANGE GA 30240 Existing30273 MORROW GA 30260 Existing30298 PEACHTREE CITY GA 30269 Existing30360 ATLANTA GA 30362 Existing30376 ATLANTA GA 30324 Existing52729 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing52747 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing52751 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing52769 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing52773 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing52777 BENNETT IA 52721 Existing56207 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56208 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56209 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56211 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56212 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56214 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56215 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56216 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56218 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56219 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56221 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56222 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56223 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56224 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56225 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56226 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56227 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56228 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56229 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56231 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56232 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56235 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56236 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56237 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56239 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56240 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56243 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56244 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56245 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56248 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56249 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56253 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56255 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56256 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56257 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56260 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56262 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56263 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56264 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56265 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56266 NEW LONDON MN 56273 New56267 ALBERTA MN 56207 New

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Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

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56274 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56276 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56278 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56281 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56295 ALBERTA MN 56207 New56296 ALBERTA MN 56207 New64022 WARRENSBURG MO 64093 Existing64036 WARRENSBURG MO 64093 Existing64066 GRAIN VALLEY MO 64029 Existing64072 EXCELSIOR SPRINGS MO

64024Existing

64073 EXCELSIOR SPRINGS MO 64024

Existing

64090 HOLDEN MO 64040 Existing64092 PLATTE CITY MO 64079 Existing64165 KANSAS CITY MO 64154 Existing64438 ALBANY MO 64402 Existing64449 TARKIO MO 64491 Existing64451 TARKIO MO 64491 Existing64467 ALBANY MO 64402 Existing64496 ALBANY MO 64402 Existing64498 TARKIO MO 64491 Existing64620 POLO MO 64671 New64623 POLO MO 64671 New64624 POLO MO 64671 New64625 POLO MO 64671 New64636 POLO MO 64671 New64637 POLO MO 64671 New64638 POLO MO 64671 New64639 POLO MO 64671 New64641 POLO MO 64671 New64643 POLO MO 64671 New64645 POLO MO 64671 New64646 POLO MO 64671 New64647 POLO MO 64671 New64649 POLO MO 64671 New64650 POLO MO 64671 New64652 POLO MO 64671 New64654 POLO MO 64671 New64655 POLO MO 64671 New64656 POLO MO 64671 New64657 POLO MO 64671 New64661 POLO MO 64671 New64664 POLO MO 64671 New64667 POLO MO 64671 New64670 POLO MO 64671 New64671 POLO MO 64671 New64672 POLO MO 64671 New64676 CHILLICOTHE MO 64601 Existing64680 CHILLICOTHE MO 64601 Existing64681 CHILLICOTHE MO 64601 Existing64686 POLO MO 64671 New64689 POLO MO 64671 New64741 CLINTON MO 64735 Existing64746 CLINTON MO 64735 Existing64776 EL DORADO SPRINGS MO

64744Existing

66036 OTTAWA KS 66067 Existing66091 OTTAWA KS 66067 Existing66201 SHAWNEE KS 66216 Existing66222 MISSION KS 66202 Existing66501 OSAGE CITY KS 66523 Existing66518 BELVUE KS 66407 Existing

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

66522 OSAGE CITY KS 66523 Existing66527 OSAGE CITY KS 66523 Existing66541 OSAGE CITY KS 66523 Existing66647 TOPEKA KS 66604 Existing66667 TOPEKA KS 66604 Existing66683 TOPEKA KS 66603 Existing66724 BAXTER SPRINGS KS 66713 Existing66753 BAXTER SPRINGS KS 66713 Existing66773 BAXTER SPRINGS KS 66713 Existing66778 BAXTER SPRINGS KS 66713 Existing66781 BAXTER SPRINGS KS 66713 Existing66830 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66838 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66850 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66855 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66859 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66862 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66863 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66870 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing66873 EMPORIA KS 66801 Existing68103 OMAHA NE 68103 New83522 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83523 LEWISTON ID 83501 Existing83535 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83540 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83543 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83549 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83552 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83554 LEWISTON ID 83501 Existing83804 POST FALLS ID 83854 Existing83809 SANDPOINT ID 83864 Existing83811 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83813 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83822 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83823 MOSCOW ID 83843 Existing83833 MOSCOW ID 83843 Existing83834 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83835 HAYDEN ID 83835 New83836 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83839 HAYDEN ID 83835 New83842 MOSCOW ID 83843 Existing83845 POST FALLS ID 83854 Existing83847 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83850 HAYDEN ID 83835 New83851 HAYDEN ID 83835 New83853 CULDESAC ID 83524 Existing83868 HAYDEN ID 83835 New83869 POST FALLS ID 83854 Existing98821 CASHMERE WA 98815 Existing98824 MOSES LAKE WA 98837 Existing98830 CASHMERE WA 98815 Existing98836 CASHMERE WA 98815 Existing98843 CASHMERE WA 98815 Existing98857 MOSES LAKE WA 98837 Existing98858 CASHMERE WA 98815 Existing99012 PULLMAN WA 99163 Existing99030 PULLMAN WA 99163 Existing99031 CHENEY WA 99004 Existing99033 PULLMAN WA 99163 Existing99101 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99110 CHATTAROY WA 99003 Existing99126 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99133 CHENEY WA 99004 Existing

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Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

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99138 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99139 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99143 CHENEY WA 99004 Existing99155 CHENEY WA 99004 Existing99158 PULLMAN WA 99163 Existing99159 CHENEY WA 99004 Existing99160 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99161 PULLMAN WA 99163 Existing99167 DEER PARK WA 99006 Existing99173 CHATTAROY WA 99003 Existing99215 SPOKANE WA 99210 Existing99321 BENTON CITY WA 99320 Existing99322 RICHLAND WA 99352 New99329 BENTON CITY WA 99320 Existing99330 PASCO WA 99301 Existing99333 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99335 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99341 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99343 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99345 KENNEWICK WA 99336 Existing99346 KENNEWICK WA 99336 Existing99348 BENTON CITY WA 99320 Existing99352 RICHLAND WA 99352 New99356 RICHLAND WA 99352 New99359 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99363 KENNEWICK WA 99336 Existing99371 WEST RICHLAND WA 99353 Existing99586 HOMER AK 99603 Existing99619 KENAI AK 99611 Existing99684 KENAI AK 99611 Existing

Column A Destination ZIP Codes Column B Label (Deleted From)20849 GARRETT PARK MD 2089620870 CLARKSBURG MD 2087120872 DAMASCUS MD 2087220877 GAITHERSBURG MD 2087720880 GARRETT PARK MD 2089620882 DAMASCUS MD 2087220896 GARRETT PARK MD 2089620918 TAKOMA PARK MD 2091227549 LOUISBURG NC 2754927551 BULLOCK NC 2750727553 BULLOCK NC 2750727557 BULLOCK NC 2750727559 MONCURE NC 2755927562 MONCURE NC 2755927563 BULLOCK NC 2750727571 BULLOCK NC 2750727589 LOUISBURG NC 2754927592 MONCURE NC 2755934734 ASTATULA FL 3470556201 WILLMAR MN 5620160610 CHICAGO IL 6061060654 CHICAGO IL 6061062001 EDWARDSVILLE IL 6202562046 EDWARDSVILLE IL 6202562058 EDWARDSVILLE IL 6202562074 EDWARDSVILLE IL 62025

Column A Destination ZIP Codes

Column B: Label Container To (Added To)

Column B Status

62281 COLLINSVILLE IL 6223462294 COLLINSVILLE IL 6223463038 MARYLAND HEIGHTS MO 6304363040 BALLWIN MO 6301163043 MARYLAND HEIGHTS MO 6304363074 MARYLAND HEIGHTS MO 6304363088 MARYLAND HEIGHTS MO 6304363110 SAINT LOUIS MO 6311463114 SAINT LOUIS MO 6311463125 SAINT LOUIS MO 6313163130 SAINT LOUIS MO 6313263131 SAINT LOUIS MO 6313163132 SAINT LOUIS MO 6313263143 SAINT LOUIS MO 6314663145 SAINT LOUIS MO 6311463146 SAINT LOUIS MO 6314663373 SAINT CHARLES MO 6330163386 SAINT CHARLES MO 6330165243 MADISON MO 6526365333 SEDALIA MO 6530165354 SEDALIA MO 6530199505 JBER AK 9950599506 JBER AK 9950599509 JBER AK 9950599510 ANCHORAGE AK 9951099511 JBER AK 9950599515 ANCHORAGE AK 9950799516 ANCHORAGE AK 9950799517 ANCHORAGE AK 9950399520 ANCHORAGE AK 9951099522 ANCHORAGE AK 9951099559 BETHEL AK 9955999587 EAGLE RIVER AK 99577

Column A Destination ZIP Codes Column B Label (Deleted From)55711 SAGINAW MN 5577964155 KANSAS CITY MO 64151

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Information SecurityReset Your ACE Login Credentials and Create Strong Passwords

Information security is our shared responsibility when we connect online at work and at home. CyberSafe at USPS™ offers tips to reset and create strong Postal Ser-vice™ passwords. Your password is like the key to your house, safeguarding important information stored on your computers and devices. By taking the appropriate steps to reset your ACE ID credentials and create strong pass-words, you can guard the Postal Service’s information resources.

Here are tips for resetting your ACE ID password and creating strong credentials.

Reset Your ACE ID PasswordTo view step-by-step instructions for resetting your ACE

password, review this video posted on the CyberSafe at USPS Blue site: http://blue.usps.gov/cyber/reset-pass-words.htm. Users may also refer to the instructions for password reset: http://blue.usps.gov/cyber/security-pass-word-reset.htm.

Most ACE users are required to change their password every 90 days or when prompted by the system. For addi-tional guidelines: http://blue.usps.gov/cyber/assets/pdf/epassword-reset-and-eaccess-password-recovery-set-tings-quick-tips.pdf.

Create a Strong and Unique PasswordTo create strong, memorable online passwords for your

ACE credentials, follow these tips:

Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase let-ters, numbers, and special characters to create strong passwords that are difficult to guess.

Passwords must not contain any part of the user’s name. Also, don’t use your ACE login ID as part of your password.

Think of a favorite phrase and use it as a password, substituting some letters with other kinds of characters.

Once a password is created, never share it with anyone. Online security is a priority for USPS® employees, custom-ers, and suppliers, so safeguard your passwords.

If you suspect that your password has been compro-mised, notify the CyberSecurity Operations Center (CSOC) via email at [emailprotected] or by calling 866-877-7247.

CyberSafe at USPS offers additional resources on infor-mation security and sharing data at http://blue.usps.gov/cyber/. USPS has also partnered with the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Stop. Think. Connect™ campaign. DHS addresses performing a data back up on their website: https://www.stopthinkconnect.org/.

Online security is a priority for USPS employees, cus-tomers, and suppliers, so share information safely!

— Corporate Information Security Office, Chief Information Officer, 5-12-16

International MailPriority Mail International Parcel Service Planned to Cuba

In early summer 2016, the Postal Service™ plans to establish Priority Mail International® parcel service to Cuba, which already receives Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes from the Postal Service.

The Priority Mail International parcels to Cuba will be included in country price group 9 and will have a maximum weight of 22 pounds, a maximum length of 59 inches, and a maximum length plus girth of 108 inches. Medium and Large Flat Rate Boxes, with a maximum weight of 20 pounds, will also be available. The parcels will require customs form PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note CP 72, inside PS Form 2976-E, Customs Declaration Envelope — CP 91 (plastic envelope). No additional merchandise insurance will be available for purchase.

Mailers currently may send Free Matter for the Blind in Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes. With the addition of Priority Mail International parcel service, mailers will be able to send Free Matter for the Blind in Priority Mail International par-cels up to 15 pounds.

We will announce the actual date of implementation in a future Postal Bulletin, and at that time, we will publish revisions to Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, International Mail Manual (IMM®).

— Product Classification, Marketing and Sales, 5-12-16

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Mailing and Shipping ServicesMail Alert

The mailings below will be deposited in the near future. Offices should process this mail according to applicable service standards with the in-home dates in mind. Mailers wishing to participate in these alerts, for mailings of 1 mil-

lion pieces or more, should contact Business Service Net-work Integration at 202-268-3258 at least 1 month preceding the requested delivery dates.

— Business Customer Support and Services, Consumer and Industry Affairs, 5-12-16

RetailStamps by Mail — Brochure Ordering Information

This article publishes the Stamps by Mail® (SBM) order-ing and print run cut-off schedule for fiscal year (FY) 2016. Each date has a version type identified for that particular brochure. The FY 2016 ordering and print cycle cut-off dates are as follows:

The cost per unit of 500 is $12.50. This cost includes overprinting the address of the fulfillment office placing the order. Cyril-Scott Company must receive orders placed by mail by close of business the day of the print run cut-off date listed here. Orders received after the cut-off date will be processed the next print run date.

Use eBuy2 to order Stamps by Mail brochures. These approved eBuy2 orders must be received by Supply Man-agement by the eBuy2 cut-off date and approved in eBuy2 prior to a published print run cut-off date to be included in that run.

Cyril-Scott Company will deliver orders within 35 calen-dar days after printing. Printing begins one week after the deadline date, and actual receipt of the order will depend on the ultimate destination and the corresponding delivery service standard.

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Requested Delivery Dates Title of Mailing

Class and Type of Mail

Number of Pieces (Millions) Distribution Presort Level Comments

05/23/16–05/26/16 Through the Country Door Standard Catalog

1.0 National 3/5 Digit Quad Graphics

Brochure VersioneBuy2Cut-off Date

Print RunCut-off Date

Year Round 6/10/2016 6/24/2016Holiday 8/5/2016 8/29/2016

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Stamp ServicesStamp Announcement 16-21: Indiana Statehood Stamp

© 2015 USPS On June 7, 2016, in Indianapolis, IN, the U.S. Postal Ser-

vice® will issue the Indiana Statehood stamp (Forever® priced at 47 cents) in one design, in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps (Item 473700).

The stamp will go on sale nationwide June 7, 2016.

This stamp celebrates the 200th anniversary of Indi-ana's statehood. Known as the Hoosier State, Indiana became the 19th state of the Union on December 11, 1816. The stamp features a contemplative photograph of the expansive cornfields near Milford, Indiana. The photogra-pher, Michael Matti, grew up in Milford and had driven past that view hundreds of times until one day he decided to pull over, stand on top of his car, and take in the beautiful sun-set. Art director Derry Noyes designed the stamp with Matti's existing photograph.

Initial Supply to Post Offices: Item 473700, Indiana Statehood (Forever priced at 47 cents) Commemorative PSA Pane of 20 Stamps

Stamp Fulfillment Services will make an automatic push distribution to Post Offices™ of a quantity to cover approx-imately 30 days of sales. Distribution quantities for the automatic push distribution are available by logging on to SFS Web at https://sfsweb.usps.gov. Post Offices™ may begin ordering stamps prior to the FDOI through SFS Web. However, offices should check the website noted above to determine the amount they will receive on their automatic push distribution.

Special Dedication Postmarks Only the following pictorial postmark is permitted for

the Indiana Statehood stamp. The word “Station” or the abbreviation “STA” is required somewhere in the design, because it will be a temporary station.

Guidelines for Finalizing Indiana Statehood Stamp Pictorial Postmark Art

To finalize the Indiana Statehood stamp pictorial post-mark art, insert the date, city, state, and ZIP Code™ of the physical location of your event adjacent to the stamp image. Overall dimensions of the pictorial postmark must not exceed 4 inches horizontally by 2 inches vertically. Col-lectors prefer the dimensions 3-1/2 inches by 1.

The Postal Service™ must make all special postmarks known to collectors through advance publicity in the Postal Bulletin. Therefore, all special dedication cancellations must be reported to Stamp Services four weeks before the event using PS Form 413, Pictorial Postmark Announce-ment/Report. To get a copy of the form, go to http://blue.usps.gov/formmgmt/forms/ps413.pdf.

How to Order the First-Day-of-Issue Postmark Customers have 60 days to obtain the first-day-of-issue

postmark by mail. They may purchase new stamps at their local Post Office, at The Postal Store® website at http://www.usps.com/shop, or by calling 800-782-6724. They should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes (to themselves or others), and place them in a larger envelope addressed to:

Indiana Statehood StampPostmaster125 West South StreetIndianapolis, IN 46206-9998 After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the

Postal Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is no charge for the postmark up to a quantity of 50.

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There is a 5-cent charge for each additional postmark over 50. All orders must be postmarked by August 7, 2016.

How to Order First-Day CoversThe Postal Service also offers first-day covers for new

stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items post-marked with the official first-day-of-issue cancellation. Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog, online at www.usps.com/shop, or by calling 800-782-6724. Cus-tomers may request a free catalog by calling 800-782-6724 or writing to:

U.S. Postal ServiceCatalog RequestPO Box 219014Kansas City, MO 64121-9014

Philatelic ProductsThere are seven philatelic products for this stamp issue:

473706, Press Sheet with Die-cut, $56.40 (print quantity 1,000).

473710*, Digital Color Postmark Keepsake, $11.95.

473716*, First-Day Cover, $0.91.

473721*, Digital Color Postmark, $1.62.

473724*, Framed Art, $39.95.

473730*, Ceremony Program, $6.95.

473733*, Panel, $10.95.

Items with an asterisk (*) will use the 128 barcode from Stamp Fulfillment Services. All other philatelic products will continue to use barcode series A, with the exception of the Yearbook and the Guide Book.

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Issue: Indiana StatehoodItem Number: 473700Denomination & Type of Issue:

First-Class Mail Forever

Format: Pane of 20 (1 design)Series: StatehoodIssue Date & City: June 7, 2016, Indianapolis, IN

46298Designer: Derry Noyes, Washington, DCArt Director: Derry Noyes, Washington, DCTypographer: Derry Noyes, Washington, DCExisting Photo: Michael MattiModeler: Joseph SheeranManufacturing Process: Offset, MicroprintPrinter: Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd. (APU)Printed at: Williamsville, NYPress Type: Muller A76Stamps per Pane: 20Print Quantity: 30 million stampsPaper Type: Nonphosphored Type IIIAdhesive Type: Pressure-sensitiveProcessed at: Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd. (APU) Colors: Black, Cyan, Magenta, YellowStamp Orientation: HorizontalImage Area (w x h): 1.42 x .84 in/36.07 x 21.34 mmOverall Size (w x h): 1.56 x .98 in/39.62 x 24.89 mmFull Pane Size (w x h): 7.24 x 5.95 in/183.90 x 151.13 mmPress Sheet Size (w x h): 21.72 x 11.90 in/551.69 x 302.26

mmPlate Size: 240 stamps per revolutionPlate Numbers: “P” followed by four (4) single

digitsMarginal Markings:Front: Plate numbers in four corners of

paneBack: USPS Logo • UPC Code in upper

right and lower left corners of pane • Plate position diagram • 2015 USPS • Promotional text

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Stamp Announcement 16-22: EID Greetings Stamp

© 2015 USPS On June 10, 2016, in Dearborn, MI, the U.S. Postal Ser-

vice® will issue the EID Greetings stamp (Forever® priced at 47 cents) in one design, in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps (Item 556200).

The stamp will go on sale nationwide June 10, 2016.

With a design that evokes centuries of tradition, this stamp featuring gold calligraphy and an olive branch against a brilliant blue background commemorates the two most important festivals — or eids — in the Islamic calen-dar: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. On these days, Muslims wish each other Eidukum mubarak, the phrase shown in Islamic calligraphy on the stamp. Eidukum mubarak trans-lates literally as “May your Eid be bountiful (or blessed),” a phrase that can be applied to both Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Artist and calligrapher Mohamed Zakariya worked with art director Ethel Kessler to create this design.

Initial Supply to Post Offices: Item 556200, EID Greetings (Forever priced at 47 cents) PSA Pane of 20 Stamps

Post Offices™ will need to order the EID Greetingsstamp through SFS Web. They will be available for ordering prior to the first-day-of-issue.

How to Order the First-Day-of-Issue Postmark Customers have 60 days to obtain the first-day-of-issue

postmark by mail. They may purchase new stamps at their

local Post Office, at The Postal Store® website at http://www.usps.com/shop, or by calling 800-782-6724. They should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes (to themselves or others), and place them in a larger envelope addressed to:

EID Greetings Stamp3800 Greenfield RoadDearborn, MI 48120-9998After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the

Postal Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is no charge for the postmark up to a quantity of 50. There is a 5-cent charge for each additional postmark over 50. All orders must be postmarked by August 10, 2016.

How to Order First-Day CoversThe Postal Service™ also offers first-day covers for new

stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items post-marked with the official first-day-of-issue cancellation. Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog, online at www.usps.com/shop, or by calling 800-782-6724. Cus-tomers may request a free catalog by calling 800-782-6724 or writing to:

U.S. Postal ServiceCatalog RequestPO Box 219014Kansas City, MO 64121-9014

Philatelic ProductsThere are five philatelic products for this stamp issue:

556206, Press Sheet with Die-cut, $75.20 (print quantity 1,000).

556210*, Digital Color Postmark Keepsake, $11.95.

556216*, First-Day Cover, $0.91.

556221*, Digital Color Postmark, $1.62.

556230*, Ceremony Program, $6.95.

Items with an asterisk (*) will use the 128 barcode from Stamp Fulfillment Services. All other philatelic products will continue to use barcode series A, with the exception of the Yearbook and the Guide Book.

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Issue: EID GreetingsItem Number: 556200Denomination & Type of Issue:

First-Class Mail Forever

Format: Pane of 20 (1 design)Series: N/AIssue Date & City: June 10, 2016, Dearborn, MI 48120Designer: Mohamed Zakariya, Arlington, VAArt Director: Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, MDTypographer: Mohamed Zakariya, Arlington, VACalligrapher: Mohamed Zakariya, Arlington, VAModeler: Sandra Lane/Michelle FinnManufacturing Process: Offset, MicroprintPrinter: Banknote Corporation of AmericaPrinted at: Browns Summit, NCPress Type: Alprinta 74Stamps per Pane: 20Print Quantity: 15 million stampsPaper Type: Phosphor Tagged paper, Overall Adhesive Type: Pressure-sensitiveProcessed at: Banknote Corporation of America,

Browns Summit SC Colors: PMS 7535 Gray, PMS 871 Gold, PMS

267 PurpleStamp Orientation: HorizontalImage Area (w x h): 1.05 x 0.77 in./26.67 x 19.56 mmOverall Size (w x h): 1.19 x 0.91 in./30.23 x 23.11 mmFull Pane Size (w x h): 5.635 x 5.425 in./143.13 x 137.80 mmPress Sheets Size (w x h):

22.54 x 10.85 in./ 572.52 x 275.59 mm

Plate Size: 320 stamps per revolutionPlate Numbers: “B” followed by three (3) single digitsMarginal Markings:Front: Plate numbers in four corners of paneBack: © 2015 USPS • USPS logo • Plate

position diagram • Barcode (556200) in upper right and lower left corners of pane • Promotional text

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Update: Stamp Announcement 16-18: Classics Forever Stamps

In the article “Stamp Announcement 16-18: Classics Forever Stamps, in Postal Bulletin 22440 (4-28-16, page 51), the following information has been updated:

The Classics Forever stamps will be available for pur-chase at the World Stamp Show on June 1, 2016. The stamps can also be purchased through the following chan-nels: The Postal Store® website at http://www.usps.com/shop or our toll-free number, 800-782-6724. These stamps will not be available for purchase at Postal Retail Units.

Technical Details for the Classics Forever stamps are shown here:

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Issue: Classics ForeverItem Number: 586800Denomination & Type of Issue:

First-Class Mail Forever®

Format: Souvenir Sheet of 6 stamps (6 designs)Series: N/AIssue Date & City: June 1, 2016, New York, NY 10199Designer: Antonio Alcalá, Alexandria, VAArt Director: Antonio Alcalá, Alexandria, VATypographer: Antonio Alcalá, Alexandria, VAModeler: Sandra Lane/Michelle FinnManufacturing Process:

Intaglio, Offset

Printer: Banknote Corporation of AmericaPrinted at: Browns Summit, NCPress Type: Alprinta 74Stamps per Pane: 6Print Quantity: 18 million stampsPaper Type: Phosphor Tagged Paper, BlockAdhesive Type: Pressure-sensitiveProcessed at: Banknote Corporation of America,

Browns Summit SC Colors: PMS 9180/Cream, 4545/Beige, 7528/

Tan, 7530/Gray, 488/Flesh, Warm Gray 8/Gray, Intaglio Black, Intaglio Blue

Stamp Orientation: VerticalImage Area (w x h): 0.77 x 1.05 in./19.56 x 26.67 mmOverall Size (w x h): 0.91 x 1.19 in./23.11 x 30.22 mmFull Pane Size (w x h): 4.75 x 6.5 in./120.65 x 165.10 mmPress Sheets Size (w x h):

24.25 x 13.125 in./615.95 x 333.38 mm

Plate Size: 60 stamps per revolutionPlate Numbers: NoneMarginal Markings:Back: © 2016 USPS • USPS logo • Plate

position diagram • Barcode (586800) in upper right and lower left corners of pane • Promotional text

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Update: Stamp Announcement 16-13: World Stamp Show NY-2016 FolioIn the article “Stamp Announcement 16-13: World

Stamp Show NY-2016 Folio,” in Postal Bulletin 22440 (4-28-16, page 21), the following information has been updated:

The World Stamp Show NY-2016 folio will be available for purchase at the World Stamp Show on May 28. The folio can also be purchased through The Postal Store®

website at http://www.usps.com/shop or by calling our toll-

free number, 800-782-6724. These stamps will not be available for purchase at Postal Retail Units.

Note: Images and technical details for the World Stamp Show-NY 2016 folio will be provided when they become available.

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World Stamp Show-NY 2016, May 28 through June 4, 2016In 2016, the U.S. Postal Service® continues a nearly

century-long tradition of commemorating international phil-atelic exhibitions held every decade in the United States with specially designed issuances. This year, the Postal Service™ celebrates World Stamp Show-NY 2016, an eight-day philatelic extravaganza that runs from May 28–June 4, 2016, in New York City, with the issuance of eight new stamp issues.

Two of the stamp issuances, World Stamp Show-NY 2016 folio of 24 stamps and the Classics Forever souvenir sheet of 6 stamps, will only be available at the World Stamp Show and through The Postal Store® website at http://www.usps.com/shop or by calling 800-782-6724.

All issuances will be sold in full format only; the stamps may not be sold individually.

Here is the FDOI schedule:

May 28 – World Stamp Show-NY 2016, item 586900, folio of 24 stamps, 2 designs.

May 29 – Repeal of the Stamp Act, item 586700, souve-nir sheet of 10 stamps, one design.

May 30 – Honoring Extraordinary Heroism: The Service Cross Medals, item 561100, souvenir sheet of 12 stamps, 4 designs.

May 31 – Pluto – Explored! item 586600, souvenir sheet of 4 stamps, 2 designs.

May 31 – Views of Our Planets, item 473600, pane of 16 stamps, 8 designs.

June 1 – Classics Forever, item 586800, souvenir sheet of 6 stamps, 6 designs.

June 2 – National Parks, item 560600, pane of 16 stamps, 16 designs.

June 3 – Colorful Celebrations, item 681000, booklet of 20 stamps, 10 designs.

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Pictorial Postmarks AnnouncementAs a community service, the Postal Service™ offers pic-

torial postmarks to commemorate local events celebrated in communities throughout the nation. A list of events for which pictorial postmarks are authorized appears below. The sponsor of the pictorial postmark appears in italics under the date. Also provided are illustrations of these postmarks.

People attending these local events may obtain the postmark in person at the temporary Post Office™ station established there. Those who cannot attend the event but who wish to obtain the postmark may submit a mail order request. Pictorial postmarks are available only for the dates indicated, and requests must be postmarked no later than 30 days following the requested pictorial postmark date.

All requests must include a stamped envelope or post-card bearing at least the minimum First-Class Mail® post-age. Items submitted for postmark may not include

postage issued after the date of the requested postmark. Such items will be returned unserviced.

Customers wishing to obtain a postmark should affix stamps to any envelope or postcard of their choice, address the envelope or postcard to themselves or others, insert a card of postcard thickness in envelopes for sturdi-ness, and tuck in the flap. Place the envelope or postcard in a larger envelope and address it to: Pictorial Postmarks, followed by the Name of the Station, Address, City, State, ZIP+4® Code, as listed below.

Customers can also send stamped envelopes and post-cards without addresses for postmark, as long as they sup-ply a larger envelope with adequate postage and their return address. After applying the pictorial postmark, the Postal Service returns the items (with or without addresses) under addressed protective cover.

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The following pictorial postmark has been extended for 60 days:

May 14, 2016

Rocky Mountain Philatelic Society

Ghostal StationPostmaster7500 East 53rd Place, Room 2204Denver, CO 80266-9999

The following pictorial postmarks have been extended for 30 days:

April 1, 2016

Stephen Decatur Chapter #4, Universal Ship Cancellation Society

100th Anniversary of U.S. Coast Guard AviationPostmaster2000 Royal Oaks DriveSacramento, CA 95813-9998

April 18, 2016

United States Postal Service

Lollipop StationPostmaster724 - 15th Street WestBillings, MT 59102-4102

April 22, 2016

Westpex

SPO Marriott Hotel StationPostmaster329 Primrose RoadBurlingame, CA 94010-9998

May 1, 2016

United States Postal Service

Loyalty Day StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Frankfort, KY 40601-9998

May 13–15, 2016

150th Renovo Anniversary Committee

Renovo StationPostmaster365 Huron AvenueRenovo, PA 17764-9998

May 14, 2016

Stoughton Chamber of Commerce

Syttende Mai StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Stoughton, WI 53589-9998

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May 14, 2016

United States Postal Service

Freedom Isn’t Free StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Louisville, KY 40272-9998

May 15, 2016

Cedar Ridge School District

Timberwolves Day StationPostmaster105 North Oak StreetNewark, AR 72562-9998

May 15, 2016

Department of Parks, City of Springfield

Forest Park StationPostmaster1883 Main StreetSpringfield, MA 01101-9998

May 17, 2016

Unicover

Ann Arbor StationPostmaster2075 West Stadium Boulevard

Ann Arbor, MI 48106-9998

May 19–21, 2016

Old Petersburg — Addison Historical Society

National Road Festival Station

PostmasterPO Box 9998Addison, PA 15411-9998

May 20, 2016

Rochester Philatelic Association

Ropex StationPostmaster405 Eastern BoulevardCanandaigua, NY 14424-9998

May 20, 2016

Dayton Stamp Club

Ham Event StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Dayton, OH 45401-9998

May 21, 2016

Rochester Philatelic Association

Ropex StationPostmaster405 Eastern BoulevardCanandaigua, NY 14424-9998

May 21, 2016

Dayton Stamp Club

Ham Event StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Dayton, OH 45401-9998

May 21, 2016

The Chester Foundation

Chester StationPostmaster309 Route 20Chester, MA 01011-9998

May 21, 2016

Town of Wallingford, CT 06492

Wallingford Jubilee StationPostmaster4 South Main StreetWallingford, CT 06492-9998

May 21, 2016

Otselic Valley Fishing and Heritage Association

8th Annual Fishing Heritage Day Station

Postmaster1605 State Route 26South Otselic, NY 13155-9998

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May 21, 2016

West Point Michigan Parents Club

Graduation Day StationPostmaster634 Swift RoadWest Point, NY 10996-9998

May 21, 2016

Armed Forces Day Military Heritage Museum

Military Heritage Museum Station

Postmaster130 East Marion AvenuePunta Gorda, FL 33950-9998

May 21, 2016

Kingsville Public Library

Lawn Sale StationPostmaster3110 West Main StreetKingsville, OH 44048-9998

May 22, 2016

Rochester Philatelic Association

Ropex StationPostmaster405 Eastern BoulevardCanandaigua, NY 14424-9998

May 22, 2016

Giants of the Earth Heritage Center, Inc.

Joseph Langland StationPostmasterPO Box 9998Spring Grove, MN 55974-9998

May 25, 2016

USS New Jersey Chapter 90, Universal Ship Cancellation Society

Fleet Week New York Station

Postmaster45 Bay StreetStaten Island, NY 10301-9998

May 25, 2016

USS New Jersey Chapter 90, Universal Ship Cancellation Society

Fleet Week New York Station

Postmaster45 Bay StreetStaten Island, NY 10301-9998

How to Order the First-Day-of-Issue Digital Color or Traditional PostmarksCustomers have 60 days to obtain the first-day-of-issue

postmarks by mail. They may purchase new stamps at their local Post Office™, by telephone at 800-STAMP-24, or at The Postal Store® website at www.usps.com/shop.

Traditional PostmarksCustomers should affix the stamps to envelopes of their

choice, address them to themselves or others, or provide a self-addressed return envelope with sufficient postage large enough to accommodate the canceled item. Mail the request to the corresponding city of issuance. There is no charge for the first 50 postmarks. There is a 5-cent charge for each additional postmark over 50. Customers should

submit a check, money order, or credit card for payment. After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the Postal Service™ will return the envelopes to the customer by U.S. Mail.

All postmark requests should go to the first-day-of-issue city. The first-day-of-issue city Post Office will then forward in bulk all postmark requests to Cancellation Ser-vices, Stamp Fulfillment Services, PO Box 449992, Kansas City, MO 64144-9992 by respective Post Offices.

Digital Color PostmarksOnly select stamp issues offer a digital color postmark.

Customers may submit #6 or #10 envelopes constructed of

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paper rated as “laser safe.” The Postal Service recom-mends envelopes of 80-pound Accent Opaque, acid-free, 9/16" side seams with no glue on the flap. The maximum size of all digital color postmarks is 2" high x 4" long. Allow sufficient space on the envelope to accommodate the postmark. Do not use self-adhesive labels for addresses on the envelope. Two test envelopes must be included. There is a minimum of 10 envelopes at 50 cents per postmark required at the time of servicing. Customers should submit a check, money order, or credit card for payment.

The Postal Service reserves the right to not accept hand-painted and other cachet envelopes that are not compatible with our digital color postmark equipment. The Postal Service also reserves the right to substitute tradi-tional black rubber postmarks if use of nonspecified

envelopes results in poor image quality or damage to equipment.

Customers should affix the stamps to the envelopes and address them to themselves or others for return through the mail. Or, they may include an additional self-addressed return envelope, large enough to accommodate their can-celed items, with sufficient postage affixed for return of their postmarked items. Mail the request for a first-day-of-issue digital color postmark to the corresponding city of issuance. Post Offices will then forward all customer requests for digital color postmarks to Cancellation Services, Stamp Fulfillment Services, PO Box 449992, Kansas City, MO 64144-9992.

After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the Postal Service will return the envelopes to the customer by U.S. Mail.

Sarah Vaughan StampU.S. Postal Service2 Federal SquareNewark, NJ 07102

May 29, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Shirley Temple StampAttn: Marketing7001 South Central Avenue, Room 307Los Angeles, CA 90052-4200

June 18, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Shirley Temple StampAttn: Marketing7001 South Central Avenue, Room 307Los Angeles, CA 90052-4200

June 18, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

World Stamp Show NY-2016 FolioSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 28, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

World Stamp Show NY-2016 FolioSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 28, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

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Repeal of the Stamp Act StampSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 29, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Repeal of the Stamp Act StampSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 29, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

Honoring Extraordinary Heroism: The Service Cross Medals Stamps

Special Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 30, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Honoring Extraordinary Heroism: The Service Cross Medals Stamps

Special Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 30, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

Pluto – Explored! StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 31, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Pluto – Explored! StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

July 31, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

Views of Our Planets StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd Street New York, NY 10199-9998

July 31, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

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Views of Our Planets StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd Street New York, NY 10199-9998

July 31, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

Classics Forever StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 1, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Classics Forever StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 1, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

National Parks StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 2, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

National Parks StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 2, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

Colorful Celebrations StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 3, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

Colorful Celebrations StampsSpecial Events Coordinator380 West 33rd StreetNew York, NY 10199-9998

August 3, 2016

Black and White Pictorial

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Indiana Statehood StampPostmaster125 West South StreetIndianapolis, IN 46206-9998

August 7, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

EID Greetings Stamp3800 Greenfield RoadDearborn, MI 48120-9998

August 10, 2016

Digital Color Pictorial

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First-Class MailPostage & Fees PaidUSPSPermit No. G-10

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