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FSS  Photographs   (CLICK TO ENLARGE)


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        1.  The new FSS tray beside an experimental "Sculch" tray. The Sculch tray is used by the carrier to merge residual mail into the yellow FSS tray  outside in the parking lot.

        2.   A  carrier merging mail from the new Low Volume Case (LVC) into his FSS tray.

        3.   A carrier merging mail from the "Sculch" tray into the yellow FSS tray.

        4.   A carrier merging  office mail from the new LVC case into the yellow FSS tray.

        5.   A closeup of the "Sculch" tray that is used to merge residual mail with FSS mail.

        6.   A closeup of the new yellow FSS tray with mail.

        7.   A picture of FSS trays loaded on it's new FSS cart or CASTR.

        8.   A Low Volume Case (LVC): eighty addresses per shelf

        9.   A closeup of the Low Volume Case (LVC) with double addresses per cell

        10.  Flat Feeder with Auto Induction

        11. FSS installed conveyor belts  

        12. Stand Alone Mail Prep (SAMP)

                    Photographs courtesy of NALC Branch 3825


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       FSS Articles & Information

OIG audit reports that FSS continues to fail to meet service parameters: recommends delaying further deploymentNew

Unofficial Guide to Flat Sequencing by The Dead Tree Edition (Updated) 

Carrier Optimal Routing: USPS Presentation of Projected Impact of FSS to Number of Deliveries on Routes

FSS: Production First Article Testing Readiness and Quality (OIG Audit - Jun 08) 

FSS - Job Withholding Impact Slides

FSS Handbook for Employees and Customers

FSS: First-hand Carrier Observation (March 2008)

FSS trials: First Hand Observation - April 2008

FSS Test Scenarios - April 2008

FSS Data Collection and Study Final Comments

FSS Routes [Compatibility Mode]     

FSS Article in Mailpro - 2007

FSS - Phase I Deployment Schedule - Updated April 2008

FSS and Withholding of Residual Assignments       

DPS Flats: A Look at our Future by Roberta Clemmer




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