Nonprofits Want Reporting Separate From Commercial Mailers

The Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers (ANM) has filed a request that the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) direct the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to report delivery service performance for Nonprofit Marketing Mail separately from commercial mail. And, when it comes to Nonprofit Marketing Mail, it was requested that regular mail be reported separately from political and election ballot mail.

According to Stephen Kearney, executive director of the ANM, the request adds that Nonprofit Periodicals’ service performance be reported separately from commercial Periodicals and that that nonprofit use of First-Class Mail for both outbound and return mail, including both stamps and Business Reply Mail be reported as a distinct category from other uses of first class mail.

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Paul Clolery