[Federal Register Volume 83, Number 65 (Wednesday, April 4, 2018)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 14369-14373]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2018-06743]


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POSTAL SERVICE

39 CFR Part 111


Green & Secure

AGENCY: Postal Service\TM\.

ACTION: Final rule.

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SUMMARY: The Postal Service is amending Mailing Standards of the United 
States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM[supreg]) to add Green 
& Secure as an Address Change Service option utilizing existing Change 
Service Requested Service Type ID's (STID).

DATES: Effective: April 4, 2018.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Heather Dyer at (207) 482-7217 or 
Jacqueline Erwin at (202) 268-2158.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Background

    The Postal Service published a notice of proposed rulemaking on 
January 9, 2018, (83 FR 995-997) to amend the DMM to add a new 
alternative Move Update method, Green & Secure, for mailers who enter 
eligible letter- and flat-size pieces of First-Class Mail[supreg] and 
USPS Marketing Mail[supreg] (formerly Standard Mail[supreg]) that meet 
the requirements for presort, Basic automation, or Full-Service 
automation mailings.
    The Postal Service received many insightful comments and questions 
from the mailing community in response to the proposed rule of January 
9, 2018. In response to those comments, the Postal Service incorporates 
the following changes into this final rule, and notes that aside from 
these changes, Green & Secure has not changed in substance from the 
proposed rule of January 9, 2018:
    [ssquf] The comments revealed that adding Green & Secure as an 
Alternative Move Update method in the DMM caused confusion regarding 
whether Green & Secure pieces would have to be updated consistent with 
the Move Update standard in DMM 602.5.1. The Postal Service, therefore, 
has recast Green & Secure as an option under Address Change Service 
using the existing Change Service Requested Service Type IDs (STID) to 
clarify that the Move Update standard applies to these mailpieces; 
mailers must continue to update their mailing lists using at least one 
of the USPS-approved Move Update methods listed in DMM 602.5.2. 
Accordingly, this final rule includes changes to DMM 507.4.2.2 instead 
of DMM 602.5.2 as had been announced in the proposed rule.
    [ssquf] Under the forthcoming Address Quality Census Measurement 
and

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Assessment Process (AQCMAP), a mailer's total error percentage is the 
ratio of mailpieces with change of address (COA) errors to the mailer's 
total Move Update Eligible Piece count in the calendar month. Green & 
Secure mailpieces will be automatically excluded from the count of 
mailpieces with a COA error (the numerator) but included in the 
mailer's total Move Update Eligible Piece count (the denominator).
    [ssquf] Implementation of Green & Secure will begin in March 2018. 
In addition, assessment under the Address Quality Census Measurement 
and Assessment Process has been delayed until April 2018 for March 
errors.
    In sum, as discussed in further detail herein and in the proposed 
rule of January 9, 2018, mailpieces bearing a STID for ACS Change 
Service Requested, with or without Secure Destruction, will now fall 
under the Green & Secure option. Moreover, the Postal Service clarifies 
that mailpieces bearing these STID types must be updated in accordance 
with the Move Update standard in DMM 602.5.1, but will not be subject 
to assessment under the Move Update Verification, Address Quality 
Census Measurement and Assessment Process in DMM 602.5.3.

Summary of Industry Comments and Postal Service Responses

    The Postal Service received three sets of comments in response to 
the proposed rule of January 9, 2018. The Postal Service appreciates 
all of the comments that were provided by the mailing industry. The 
proceeding comments and replies can serve as frequently asked questions 
(FAQs) to help clarify the Green & Secure Address Change Service 
option. The mailers' comments and corresponding Postal Service 
responses are outlined as follows:
    Mailer Comment: Will mailers that use Green & Secure be exempt from 
USPIS audits or assessments?
    USPS Response: The Inspection Service will not initiate Move Update 
investigations unless non-compliance from a mailer has been 
demonstrated to be a routine and repeatable practice despite an 
opportunity, through communication from Mail Entry with the mailer, to 
correct the practice.
    Mailer Comment: We propose deferring the imposition of assessments 
90 days from when the Mailer Scorecard changes have been updated by the 
USPS.
    USPS Response: The Address Quality Census Measurement and 
Assessment Process assessments will begin in April 2018 using March 
2018 data. In addition, mailpieces utilizing the Green & Secure Address 
Change Service option, will be excluded from assessments beginning in 
March 2018.
    Comments from two responders are as follows:
    Mailer Comment: Is the Secure Destruction process ready to support 
the increased volume and what additional steps will USPS take to ensure 
Secure Destruction will not overwhelm and degrade the quality of this 
service?
    USPS Response: The Postal Service launched Secure Destruction for 
First-Class Mail letters in November 2014. The Green & Secure option 
will not change the operational procedures of Secure Destruction; as a 
result, the Postal Service does not expect Green & Secure to adversely 
impact quality.
    Mailer Comment: Why did USPS not use a unique Green & Secure STID? 
We are concerned about the ability to measure the effectiveness of this 
new method.
    USPS Response: The Postal Service evaluated the need for additional 
STIDs and found that the ACS Change Service Requested Service Type IDs 
can be used to effectively track and measure the pieces. Therefore, new 
STIDs are not necessary.
    Mailer Comment: Will mailers using the new Green & Secure method 
now risk an increased COA error rate and exceed the threshold?
    USPS Response: No. Green & Secure volume will be included in the 
total Move Update Eligible Pieces metric, which is used in the 
denominator of the AQCMAP error percentage calculation, and excluded 
from the count of mailpieces with COA errors in the numerator. 
Including the volume in the denominator of the calculation will 
decrease the mailer's risk of exceeding the error threshold.
    Mailer Comment: The Postal Service should clarify whether a mailer 
using the Green & Secure method must still comply with the requirements 
of ACS.
    USPS Response: Mailers using Green & Secure must comply with the 
requirements of ACS (i.e., they must use the COA notices received under 
ACS to update their addresses) if that is the only USPS-approved Move 
Update Method that is used. Mailers may use another USPS-approved Move 
Update Method listed in DMM 602.5.2 to update their addresses even if 
they receive COA notices under ACS.
    Mailer Comment: We believe that there should be no new registration 
method required to incorporate Green & Secure and the approval 
processes for Green & Secure are unclear.
    USPS Response: There are no new registration or approval 
requirements to incorporate Green & Secure Address Change Service 
option. As is the case today for ACS registration, registration for 
Green & Secure will be required only when mailers:
    [ssquf] Request Secure Destruction for First-Class Mail (enrollment 
required to get Secure Destruction Data via EPF).
    [ssquf] Enter mail that is not Full-Service (enrollment required to 
get Basic = OneCode ACS data via EPF).
    [ssquf] Enter mail that is both Full-Service & Basic, which does 
not qualify for No-fee ACS (enrollment required to get ACS data via 
EPF. SingleSource ACS fulfillment is available to combine Full-Service 
and OneCode ACS).
    [ssquf] Request Change Service Requested Option 2 for USPS 
Marketing Mail (enrollment required for invoicing the Forwarded Fee).
    Mailer Comment: We urge that all publications applicable to Move 
Update be updated to reflect this new option to ensure consistency 
throughout.
    USPS Response: All applicable documentation and publications will 
be updated to reflect the new Green & Secure option. The Guide to Move 
Update is currently being updated to include the Address Quality Census 
Measurement and Assessment Process and the Green & Secure Address 
Change Service option, as well as other modifications throughout the 
document.
    Mailer Comment: The FRN does not clearly explain what Move Update 
method to indicate on the mail submission documents.
    USPS Response: The Green & Secure option is considered an ACS 
method for purposes of indicating a method on the postage statement. 
Mailers should select ACS as their Move Update method on the Postage 
Statement if this is the method being utilized to meet the Move Update 
requirement.
    Mailer Comment: Does the Green & Secure process impact future 
modifications to the Census Threshold?
    USPS Response: The Address Quality Census Measurement and 
Assessment Process error threshold of 0.5 percent was set at an 
achievable level through a statistical analysis of quality for all 
mailings submitted during a defined period. For each program, the 
analysis covered all applicable mailer types and excluded outlier data. 
If the threshold is reevaluated in the future, Green & Secure 
mailpieces would naturally be included in the analysis because they 
will be counted in the denominator of the Address Quality Census 
Measurement and Assessment Process error percentage.
    Mailer Comment: We request that any solution continues to allow 
mailers to accurately measure and compare the

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quality of various mailings by providing data feedback.
    USPS Response: As described in the proposed rule, the Postal 
Service will provide data feedback through the Mailer Scorecard. The 
total number of mailpieces using the Green & Secure option will be 
reported under the eDoc Submitter CRID through a dedicated field on the 
Mailer Scorecard. In addition, if a mailpiece is associated with a COA 
that is between 95 days and 18 months old, and the address has not been 
updated, a COA warning for the associated IMb would be logged and 
allocated under the CRID of the eDoc submitter in the Mailer Scorecard.
    Mailer Comment: It is unclear whether mailers will still need to 
comply with the USPS Move Update requirement stated in DMM section 
602.5.1.a.
    USPS Response: Green & Secure is an Address Change Service option 
under which mailpieces must be updated pursuant to the Move Update 
standard in DMM 602.5.1. The Green & Secure option exempts qualifying 
pieces from assessment through the Address Quality Census Measurement 
and Assessment Process. Mailers participating in the Green & Secure 
option must update their mailpieces with the updated address using at 
least one USPS approved method even though any Green & Secure 
mailpieces with COA errors will not count as such under the Address 
Quality Census Measurement and Assessment Process. As noted in response 
to a previous comment, Green & Secure does not exempt mailers from 
USPIS audits or assessments. However, the Inspection Service will not 
initiate Move Update investigations unless non-compliance from a mailer 
has been demonstrated to be a routine and repeatable practice despite 
an opportunity, through communications from Mail Entry with the mailer, 
to correct the practice.

Move Update Standard

    Pursuant to Postal Service regulations, compliance with the Move 
Update standard is a basic eligibility requirement for mailers of all 
USPS Marketing Mail and First-Class Mail letters and flats using 
commercial automation and presort rates. The Move Update standard 
requires mailers to update addresses for which a change of address 
(COA) order exists within a specified period of time. By requiring 
mailers to comply with the Move Update standard, the Postal Service 
aims to improve address quality and ensure mailpieces reach their 
intended recipients, which benefits both the Postal Service and its 
customers. The Move Update standard also is intended to reduce mail 
processing and delivery costs for the Postal Service.
    Today, mailers can meet the Move Update standard using the USPS-
approved methods of Address Change Service (ACSTM), 
NCOALink[supreg], or Ancillary Service Endorsements. In addition, 
mailers of First-Class Mail may apply to use one of two alternative 
methods, 99 Percent Accuracy or Legal Restraint, which are available 
under the following limited circumstances:
    [ssquf] 99 Percent Accuracy Method: This method is available to 
mailers who enter First-Class Mail and demonstrate that their internal 
list management maintains address quality at 99 percent or greater 
accuracy for COAs.
    [ssquf] Legal Restraint Method: This method is available to mailers 
who enter First-Class Mail pieces and demonstrate that a legal 
restriction prevents them from updating their customer's address 
without direct contact from the customer.
    The overarching goal of the Move Update standard is to reduce the 
incidence of undeliverable-as-addressed (UAA) mail, which is costly for 
the Postal Service because UAA pieces must be forwarded, returned, or 
discarded, and costly for mailers because these pieces fail to reach 
their intended recipients. The Postal Service incurs the most costs 
returning pieces, while discarding UAA pieces imposes the lowest cost. 
The 2017 per-piece cost for each disposition type (Automation and 
presort FCM only) is shown below:

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                                                             Per-piece
                    Disposition Type                         cost--all
                                                              shapes
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Return..................................................           $0.40
Forward.................................................            0.20
Discard.................................................            0.12
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    First-Class Mail UAA pieces represent most of the Postal Service's 
costly return-to-sender volume; a First-Class Mail mailpiece must be 
returned-to-sender if it is associated with a COA record that is more 
than 12 months old, or if it is otherwise identified as UAA as 
specified in DMM 507.1.5.1. In 2017, the Postal Service discarded only 
3 percent of First-Class Mail UAA pieces; in comparison, 98.5 percent 
of USPS Marketing Mail UAA pieces were discarded. The reason for this 
discrepancy is that UAA USPS Marketing Mail pieces are destroyed unless 
the mailers pays for forwarding or return after requesting those 
services using an ancillary service endorsement.

Future Process--New Address Change Service Option

    While the focus of the Postal Service's Move Update program has 
been to reduce the amount of UAA mail, the Postal Service recognizes 
that not all UAA mail can be eliminated. The Postal Service wants to 
reduce the cost to the Postal Service of the remaining UAA mail. The 
Postal Service is therefore introducing the Green & Secure option, 
which utilizes the existing Change Service Requested STIDs under the 
ACS Program. This will both reduce the volume of return-to-sender mail 
and reduce mailers' risk of assessment through the AQCMAP, a new method 
of verifying that mailers have updated their addresses using a USPS-
approved Move Update method, which started March 1, 2018. An exemption 
from AQCMAP fees will provide a needed incentive for more mailers to 
mark their mail for destruction rather than return to the mailer.
    Green & Secure will be a USPS-approved Address Change Service 
option for First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail letter and flat-
size pieces that meet the requirements for presort, Basic automation, 
and Full-Service automation mailings. This option will utilize the 
existing ACS Change Service Requested STIDs. Under Green & Secure, 
mailers have two options for mailpiece disposal; recycle the mailpiece 
or securely destroy the mailpiece. Recycling of mailpieces is available 
for First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail letters and flats. Secure 
Destruction is currently available for First-Class Mail letters. If the 
mailer is using Address Change Service as the Move Update method, 
updated address information received via ACS for undeliverable Green & 
Secure pieces must be used to update the mailing list. Mailers 
participating in the Green & Secure option may also use another 
approved method listed in DMM 602.5.2 to meet the Move Update standard.
    The ACS Change Service Requested STID will be available for use on 
First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail pieces. Mailers must enroll 
for ACS notice fulfillment, unless using a Full-Service ACS requested 
STID, with the Postal Service ACS Department at the National Customer 
Support Center in Memphis, Tennessee, (877-640-0724 (Option 1) or 
[email protected]). First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail pieces that 
have an ACS Change Service Requested STID in the Intelligent Mail 
barcode (IMb) and are identified as UAA will be discarded and recycled 
rather than returned-to-sender.

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    The Secure Destruction STID will continue to be available for use 
on First-Class Mail pieces only. First-Class Mail mailers already 
participating in Secure Destruction service and utilizing an approved 
Secure Destruction STID will continue to have their UAA mailpieces 
destroyed and recycled in a secure manner. Secure Destruction 
participation requires mailers to register their Mailer ID with the 
Postal Service's ACS Department prior to using the Secure Destruction 
STID in their IMbs. Under Secure Destruction, mailpieces are shredded 
by Postal Service employees at Postal Service facilities, which renders 
the pieces unreadable prior to recycling. Secure Destruction shreds 
mailpieces to a size that is more stringent than the standards set 
forth by the National Association for Information Destruction and 
common industry practice in the United States for documents with 
sensitive and/or confidential information.
    For mailpieces bearing a STID for ACS Change Service Requested, 
with or without Secure Destruction, the Postal Service will provide 
mailers with an electronic ACS notification indicating that the piece 
is UAA. Green & Secure will continue the process of providing First-
Class Mail mailers that use the Secure Destruction STID with an 
additional electronic notification to indicate when and where the 
mailpiece was processed and securely shredded.
    Green & Secure will continue to provide mailers with two 
disposition options for their mailpieces:
    [ssquf] Option 1: Postal Service discards or securely destroys all 
UAA mailpieces.
    [ssquf] Option 2: Postal Service provides forwarding if the 
mailpiece corresponds with a valid COA record that is less than 1-year 
old. All other UAA mail is discarded or securely destroyed, subject to 
the corresponding conditions described in DMM Section 507.1.0.
    While there is no additional charge for forwarding of First-Class 
Mail, USPS Marketing Mail that is forwarded under Option 2 will be 
charged the appropriate per piece forwarding fee for the mail shape.

Address Quality Census Measurement and Assessment Process

    In August 2017, the Postal Service gained regulatory approval from 
the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) for the AQCMAP in PRC Docket No. 
R2017-7 (available publicly at prc.gov). The Postal Service followed-up 
the PRC's approval with a final rule adopting conforming changes to the 
DMM that was published in the Federal Register on October 24, 2017 (82 
FR 49123-49128). As previously stated, the Postal Service has delayed 
implementation, and will begin verifying and assessing mailers under 
this new verification method in April 2018 for COA errors incurred in 
March 2018. Mailpieces using the Green & Secure Address Change Service 
option will not be assessed under the Address Quality Census 
Measurement and Assessment Process. These mailpieces will be included 
in the mailer's total Move Update Eligible Piece count, which is the 
denominator in the calculation of the mailer's total error percentage 
in the AQCMAP. While mailpieces with COA errors will not be included in 
the numerator in this calculation, Move Update validations will still 
be performed on Green & Secure pieces to provide visibility into mail 
quality, and the results of the Green & Secure validations will be 
reported separately in the Mailer Scorecard.

Mailer Scorecard

    The Mailer Scorecard is currently available to mailers, providing 
data that allow mailers to gauge address quality on their mailpieces. 
Under Green & Secure, the Mailer Scorecard will continue to be a 
valuable tool in assisting mailers to improve their address quality and 
update their address in accord with the Move Update standard. The total 
number of mailpieces using the Green & Secure option will be reported 
under the eDoc Submitter CRID through a dedicated field on the Mailer 
Scorecard. In addition, if a mailpiece is associated with a COA that is 
between 95 days and 18 months old, and the address has not been 
updated, a COA warning for the associated IMb will be logged and 
allocated under the CRID of the eDoc submitter in the Mailer Scorecard. 
As noted previously, the total number of mailpieces using the Green & 
Secure STIDs will also be included in the Move Update eligible pieces 
metric on the Mailer Scorecard.

Criteria

    Mailers will be able to use the Green & Secure Address Change 
Service option when they:
    [ssquf] Use a unique Basic or Full Service IMb on mailings of 
letter- and flat-size pieces for First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing 
Mail;
    [ssquf] Use eDoc to submit mailing information and include piece 
level detail (by piece or piece range);
    [ssquf] Contact the Postal Service's ACS Department, for non-Full-
Service mailers who wish to use a Basic ACS Change Service Requested 
STID, and all mailers seeking to use the Secure Destruction STID.

Specification

    The Postal Service is including existing Change Service Requested 
STIDs under the Green & Secure option available through Address Change 
Service. Mailers may participate in the Green & Secure option as 
follows:
    [ssquf] Mailers will utilize an ACS Change Service Requested STID 
on First-Class Mail or USPS Marketing Mail, or an ACS Change Service 
Requested Secure Destruction STID on First-Class Mail.
    [ssquf] Mailpieces bearing these STIDs will be counted toward the 
mailer's total Move Update Eligible Pieces, which is the denominator in 
the calculation of the error percentage in the AQCMAP, but will not be 
included in the numerator or otherwise subject to the Move Update 
assessment charges even if the pieces have a COA error.
    [ssquf] Mailpieces bearing these STIDs that are UAA will be 
discarded or securely destroyed by the Postal Service; electronic 
notification and information via the Mailer Scorecard will be provided.

Mailpiece Results

    Once qualifying mailings are processed on mail processing 
equipment, the data from the mailpieces will be reconciled with eDoc. 
These results will be available on the Business Customer Gateway and 
displayed on the Electronic Verification tab of the Mailer Scorecard, 
which will be easily accessible at https://gateway.usps.com/eAdmin/view/signin. Mailers will be able to review the Mailer Scorecard and 
corresponding detailed reports to identify any anomalies or issues. To 
resolve Mailer Scorecard irregularities, mailers will continue to be 
able to contact the PostalOne! Help Desk at 800-522-9085 or their local 
Business Mail Entry Unit (BMEU).

List of Subjects in 39 CFR Part 111

    Administrative practice and procedure, Postal Service.

    The Postal Service adopts the following changes to Mailing 
Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual 
(DMM), incorporated by reference in the Code of Federal Regulations. 
See 39 CFR 111.1.
    Accordingly, 39 CFR part 111 is amended as follows:

PART 111--[AMENDED]

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1. The authority citation for 39 CFR part 111 continues to read as 
follows:

    Authority:  5 U.S.C. 552(a); 13 U.S.C. 301-307; 18 U.S.C. 1692-
1737; 39 U.S.C. 101,

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401, 403, 404, 414, 416, 3001-3011, 3201-3219, 3403-3406, 3621, 
3622, 3626, 3632, 3633, and 5001.

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2. Revise the Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, 
Domestic Mail Manual (DMM) as follows:

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

* * * * *

500 Additional Mailing Services

* * * * *

507 Mailer Services

* * * * *

4.0 Address Correction Services

* * * * *

4.2.2 Service Options

    [Revise the introductory text of 4.2.2 to read as follows:]
    ACS offers five levels of service, as follows: * * *
    [Add new sections 4.2.2d. and 4.2.2e. to read as follows:]
    d. A Full-Service option available to mailings of First-Class Mail 
automation cards, letters, and flats; USPS Marketing Mail automation 
letters and flats; USPS Marketing Mail Carrier Route, High Density, and 
Saturation letters; Periodicals Outside County barcoded or Carrier 
Route letters and flats; Periodicals In-County automation or Carrier 
Route letters and flats; and Bound Printed Matter Presorted, non-DDU 
barcoded flats. Mailers who present at least 95 percent of their 
eligible First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail volume as Full 
Service in a calendar month would receive electronic address correction 
notices for their qualifying Basic automation and non-automation First-
Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail pieces, at the address correction 
fee for pieces eligible for the Full Service Intelligent Mail option as 
described in DMM 705.23.0 for future billing cycles. The Basic 
automation and non-automation First-Class Mail and USPS Marketing Mail 
mailpieces must:
    1. Bear a unique IMb printed on the mailpiece;
    2. Include a Full Service or OneCode ACS STID in the IMb;
    3. Include the unique IMb in eDoc;
    4. Be sent by an eDoc submitter:
    a. Providing accurate Mail Owner identification in eDoc, and;
    b. Maintaining 95 percent Full Service compliance to remain 
eligible for this service and undergo periodic Postal Service re-
evaluation.
    e. Green & Secure: Mailpieces using a STID for ACS Change Service 
Requested, with or without Secure Destruction, will not be subject to 
assessment under Move Update Verification, using the Address Quality 
Census Measurement and Assessment Process under 602.5.3. Details are 
available in Publication 685, Publication for Streamlined Mail 
Acceptance for Letters and Flats, available at: www.postalpro.usps.com.
* * * * *

600 Basic Standards for All Mailing Services

* * * * *

602 Addressing

* * * * *

5.0 Move Update Standards

* * * * *
    [Revise the heading and text of 5.3 to read as follows:]

5.3 Move Update Verification

    Mailers who submit any Full-Service volume in a calendar month will 
be verified pursuant to the Address Quality Census Measurement and 
Assessment Process beginning in the next calendar month. First-Class 
Mail and USPS Marketing Mail letter and flat-size mailpieces with 
addresses that have not been updated in accordance with the Move Update 
Standard will be subject to the Move Update assessment charge, if 
submitted via eDoc with unique Basic or Full Service IMbs. Supporting 
details are described in Publication 685, Publication for Streamlined 
Mail Acceptance for Letters and Flats, available at: 
www.postalpro.usps.com. The Move Update assessment charge will be 
assessed if:
    a. The percent of all qualifying mailpieces submitted in a calendar 
month that have a COA error is greater than the 0.5 percent error 
threshold, as determined by an analysis of the data captured by mail 
processing equipment. Qualifying mailpieces using a Green & Secure 
Change Service Requested STID will be included in the count of all 
qualifying mailpieces submitted in a calendar month, but will be 
excluded from assessment.
    b. Each mailpiece with an address containing COA errors in excess 
of the error threshold will be assessed the Move Update assessment 
charge.
* * * * *
    We will publish an appropriate amendment to 39 CFR part 111 to 
reflect these changes.

Tracy A. Quinlan,
Attorney, Federal Compliance.
[FR Doc. 2018-06743 Filed 4-3-18; 8:45 am]
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