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Inter-Service Postal Training Activity

Operate a Postal Service Center

February 2018

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Postal Service Center

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LESSON OUTCOME

Students will learn the services provided by a Postal Service Center (PSC) and the functions they perform in support of postal operations. At the conclusion of this lesson, students will know how to issue, manage, and close mail receptacles for postal patrons and how to receive, sort, and deliver mail in a PSC

.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:ACTION: Operate a Postal Service Center

CONDITION:

In a classroom environment, given access to DOD 4525.6-M (DOD Postal Manual), DD Form 2258 (Temporary Mail Disposition Instructions), DD Form 2262 (Receptacle Record), DD Form 2263 (Mailing Address/ Combination Notice), DA Form 3955 (Change of Address and Directory Card), AF Form 624 (Base/Unit Locator and PSC Directory), NAVMC 10572 (Mail Directory File Card), PS Form 3801 (Standing Delivery Order), PS Form 3849 (Delivery Notice/Reminder/Receipt), PS Form 3907 (Mail Pickup Notice), mail receptacle name label, articles awaiting delivery, standard United States Postal Service (USPS) supplies and equipment and an awareness of Operational Environment (OE) variables and actors

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STANDARD:

Provide Postal Service Center (PSC) service to eligible customers by issuing mail receptacles, closing mail receptacles, and delivering mail that is too large for the receptacles. Students will be assessed with a minimum of 80% accuracy during the following learning activities:

TERMINAL LEARNING

OBJECTIVE (CONT’D):

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. Communicate postal services provided by a PSC.2. Manage mail receptacles.3. Perform PSC mail processing functions.Close mail receptacles for out-processing personnel.The Army Learning Areas (ALA) are the baseline focal points Soldiers and Army Civilians must possess to prevail in the ambiguous environments that challenge the Army today. The four ALAs are: Army Profession and Leadership; Mission Command; Human Dimension; and Professional Competence. The Army Learning Area taxonomy provides a framework to assist in grouping the General Learning Outcomes. The four Army Learning Areas serve as the framework to catalogue the 14 General Learning Outcomes. The General Learning Outcomes (GLOs) are essential outcomes resulting from training, education, and experience along a career continuum of learning. There are three primary purposes for the Army General Learning Outcomes. First, they provide trainers and educators a lens into how effective they are in conveying their support material. Second, it assists in improving instructional design and/or training support packages. Finally it places responsibility on training and education proponents to be nested with ALAs. ALA: Professional Competence GLOs  GLO 14: Soldiers and Army Civilians are technically and tactically competent.

TLO – Operate a Postal Service Center

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Operational Variables (OE)

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Operate a PSC

What is a PSC

?Services provided by a PSC includes:Issuance and withdrawal of mail receptacles.Delivery of accountable mailGeneral delivery service.Directory mail service.

Customer complaints and inquiries.

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Postal Clerk Responsibilities

Provide mail service.

Maintain physical security of the mail.Maintain directory card file.Deliver mail as expeditiously as possible.Correct discrepancies noted on inspections.Report known or suspected postal offenses.

Conduct only official postal business at window.

Handle customer complaints efficiently.

Manage your behavior and display courtesy to all customers.

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Rules Applicable to All PSCs

Place damaged or wet articles in designated area.

Report suspected mail to MPO supervisor.Deliver personal mail to the receptacle holder or authorized agent.Place mail for an advance receptacle holder in the receptacle.Postage due is not collected at overseas MPOs.Do not charge customers for a mail receptacle.

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Example, Combination-Type

Mail Receptacle

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Parts of Combination-Type

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Changing the Combination

Open the receptacle.Remove the cover plate.Move the tongue of the washer.Tighten the retaining screw.

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Determining New Combination Setting

Rotate combination dial to the right. Record new setting.

Rotate combination dial left past first setting. Record new setting.Rotate combination dial to the right. Record new setting.Turn latch key to the left for verification.

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Remove key lock cylinders by unscrewing them and rotating out with other separate nest of receptacles.

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Maintaining Mail Receptacles

Conduct monthly checks.

Contact engineers for major repairs.Clean interior and replace broken glass.Lubricate all moving parts.

Change damaged receptacle doors.

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Check on Learning

Q: How does the PSC deliver mail to its c

ustomers?A: The PSC delivers mail to its customers through assigned mail receptaclesQ: How often should you check assigned mail receptacles for excessive mail accumulation?

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Check assigned mail receptacles monthly for excessive mail accumulation.

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the prefix “R” is in the mailing address, it identifies what kind of customer

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It identifies a customer

who is retired.

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Issuing Advance Mail Receptacles

Required Information:

Name and rank of individual.Name of unit or organization.Estimated date of arrival.Sponsor’s name, rank, and duty phone.

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DD Form 2262Receptacle Record

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SMITH, JOHN P. 20180119 HI-A-J

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Reverse Side of DD Form 2262

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REPLACED BROKEN GLASS AND LUBRICATED COMBINATION MECHANISM

Used to record receptacle maintenance dates and repairs.

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Filing DD Form 2262

For issued/active receptacles.

For not issued/inactive receptacles.For excess receptacles.For damaged receptacles.PSC Slides

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Directory File Cards for

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Minimum Required Information:NameRank/gradeUnit

Receptacle number

Names of family members

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DA Form 3955: In-Processing

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AF Form 624: In-Processing

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DD Form 2263 – Mailing Address/ Combination Notice

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COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS

RECEPTACLE COMBINATION AND INSTRUCTIONS

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DD Form 2263 for Issuing Advance Mail Receptacles

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ENTER THE COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS HERE.

MSGT JOHN P. SMITH

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PSC 100, BOX 24

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DD Form 2258 for Personnel Temporarily Absent

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DD Form 2258 for Advance Mail Receptacle

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POSTAL CLERK SIGNS & DATES

DD FORM 2258

RED DIAGONAL LINE

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

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DD Form 2258 for Status Received from a Source

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POSTAL CLERK SIGNS

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POC: 1SG SMITH

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Name Labels For Mail Receptacles

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For Service Member

54 DOE,/SMITH, A.

For Service Member & Dependent w/Different Last Name

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For Retired Service Member

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In-processing Advance Mail

Receptacle Holders

Verify ID and pull directory card.Complete missing information.Check for “Hold” mail.Record receptacle combination on 2263.Have customer operate receptacle.Notify correspondents.

Remove and destroy 2258.

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Q: SFC

Jones, the sponsor of SFC Smith who is not in country, wants to obtain an advance receptacle for SFC Smith. What would you do?A: Fill out a directory card for SFC Smith using the information obtained from the personnel section or other available documentation

Q: If SFC Smith received mail the next day, what would you do with the mail?A: Place mail for an individual with an advance mail receptacle in the receptacle.Q: Under the Sponsorship Program, how many days in advance of a member’s arrival can you issue a mail receptacle?

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Up to 90 days in advance.

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Postal Service Center

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Mail Processing Order

Express Mail

First Class and Priority MailParcel Post MailMagazines, Newspapers and Periodicals

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Mail Sorting Case

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Parcel Storage Bin

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RECEPTACLE NUMBER

SHELF LOCATION

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PS Form 3907 – Mail Pickup Notice

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Receptacle Number

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Addressee’s Last Name

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PS Form 3849 – Delivery Notice/ Reminder/Receipt

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Give to Addressee or Agent.

File by last two digits.

Initial Notice – Note the Date

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PS Form 3849 – Final Notice

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Final Notice

is given five days after initial notice. If article is not picked up after 10 days, contact Soldier’s command.

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Official Mail

What is official mail?

Verify DD Form 285 for clerks and orderlies.Use PS Form 3883 for delivery of official accountable mail.PSC Slides

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General Delivery Service

Authorized users:

TDY/TAD personnel.Retirees overseas.Incoming personnel.Once incoming personnel arrive, mail is returned to sender after 30 days of unclaimed mail.

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Postal Service Center

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Authorizing an Agent Using PS Form 3801

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Mail Clerk Will Check PS 3801 for Authorized Agent

Signature Authorizes Delivery to Agents

Postal Clerk initials and input date verified

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Q: If

a member wants to allow individuals other than a family member to act as an agent to pick up their mail, what should they do?A: He must complete a PS Form 3801, Standing Delivery Order, or by written instructions on a DD Form 2258.

Q: What form is used to serve notification of accountable mail to be picked up at the PSC?A: You use PS Form 3849, Delivery Notice/Reminder/ReceiptQ: How many days of general delivery service are allowed before mail is returned to sender as “Unclaimed

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Out-processing Information for

Directory Cards

Cards Include as a minimum:Name of member.Forwarding address or new organization.Destruction or purge date.Estimated reporting date.

Departure date.

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Closing a Receptacle

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Enter date combination/key-lock cylinder was changed.

Record new receptacle combination.

New combination set and ready for re-issue.

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Closing a Receptacle

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Remove Label

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Destruction Date of Directory Cards

For permanent party members.

For TDY/TAD or student status.Purge and destroy cards first week of purge month.PSC Slides

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Q: Within

how many days after closing the receptacle must you change the combination/key-lock cylinder?A: Change the combination/key lock cylinder as soon as possible.

Q: How many months of directory service would you provide to a permanently assigned member who has departed on PCS orders?A: You must provide 12 months of directory serviceQ: When would you remove and destroy expired directory cards?

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During the first workweek of each month, you would remove and destroy expired directory cards

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LESSON OUTCOME

Students will learn the services provided by a Postal Service Center (PSC) and the functions they perform in support of postal operations. At the conclusion of this lesson, students will know how to issue, manage, and close mail receptacles for postal patrons and how to receive, sort, and deliver mail in a PSC

.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:ACTION: Operate a Postal Service Center

CONDITION:

In a classroom environment, given access to DOD 4525.6-M (DOD Postal Manual), DD Form 2258 (Temporary Mail Disposition Instructions), DD Form 2262 (Receptacle Record), DD Form 2263 (Mailing Address/ Combination Notice), DA Form 3955 (Change of Address and Directory Card), AF Form 624 (Base/Unit Locator and PSC Directory), NAVMC 10572 (Mail Directory File Card), PS Form 3801 (Standing Delivery Order), PS Form 3849 (Delivery Notice/Reminder/Receipt), PS Form 3907 (Mail Pickup Notice), mail receptacle name label, articles awaiting delivery, standard United States Postal Service (USPS) supplies and equipment and an awareness of Operational Environment (OE) variables and actors

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STANDARD:

Provide Postal Service Center (PSC) service to eligible customers by issuing mail receptacles, closing mail receptacles, and delivering mail that is too large for the receptacles. Students will be assessed with a minimum of 80% accuracy during the following learning activities:

TERMINAL LEARNING

OBJECTIVE (CONT’D):

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TLO – Operate a Postal Service Center

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QUESTIONS

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