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U.S. Postal Service: Progress Made in Implementing Automated Letter Sequencing, But Some Issues Remain
U.S. Postal Service: Progress Made in Implementing Automated Letter Sequencing, But Some Issues Remain
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1998
Pages: 66
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 078817777X

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Gerald P. Barnes (au). Provides information on USPS’s efforts to implement Delivery Point Sequencing (DPS), which is the automated rather than manual sorting of letters in the exact order carriers deliver them. Manual sorting of letters by carriers is one of the USPS’s most costly letter distribution operations. This report (1) determines the Service’s goals for DPS implementation, its projected letter carrier workhour savings, & the extent to which the Service has achieved these, & (2) identifies any remaining issues that may affect the Service’s ability to achieve its 1998 DPS goals, including any actions that the Service has taken to address these issues.

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