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USPS regional Postal Customer Council to host free virtual educational meeting June 22

Virtual event to address topics of USPS Mail Logistics: Understanding the Changes in Delivering for America, USPS Intelligent Mail Indicia Compliance

The Greater Chicago Postal Customer Council (PCC) of the United States Postal Service is hosting a free virtual monthly meeting on Thursday, June 22 at 8:30 to 10 a.m.

Covered topics of USPS Mail Logistics will include Understanding the Changes in Delivering for America and USPS Intelligent Mail Indicia Compliance.

Register at or call (312) 983-8455. Go to the link below to attend:

The history of the Postal Service’s Postal Consumer Councils (PCC) dates back over six decades. Over the decades the bond between business customers and the Postal Service continued to evolve throughout the country, and today, these councils, now known as Postal Customer Councils, provide a unique opportunity for any business to meet with top level managers of the Postal Service to obtain information, share ideas, address issues, grow their business and network with other business colleagues.

As a part of the Delivering For America plan, the USPS has made many changes to how mail is processed. This important program will help attendees understand the new logistics behind mail getting from sender to recipient. USPS District Sales Manager, Greater Chicago Area Syed Kaleemulla, is a guide to the changes and how the mailing industry can best prepare mail for their customers to minimize delivery time and maximize postage savings.

In 2024 current postage meter technology will be decertified and the Intelligent Mail Indicia (IMI) will be the norm. The current technology is limited in its functionality with the fully automated accounting and tracking processes now in use at the USPS. The IMI will provide more detailed real time transaction data. Kevin Goss of Postal Source will provide everything attendees need to know to prepare for this transition.

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