nonpostal

nonpostal

(ˌnɒnˈpəʊstəl)
adj
not postal, not relating to post
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In recent years, some of the smaller postal credit unions have been merged into larger nonpostal credit unions.
Although the USPS has asked Congress for permission to offer new nonpostal products and services (such as banking and insurance) to generate additional revenue, allowing the USPS to compete with the private sector could result in losses for the USPS and invite complaints about unfair competition.
Key issues also need to be addressed related to what changes, if any, should be made to delivery or retail services; to allow USPS to provide new products or services in nonpostal areas; and to realign USPS operations, networks, and workforce.
First, we use administrative data compiled by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on the health plan choices of all nonpostal federal employees and retirees for 2001.
Limitations on Postal Monopoly and Nonpostal Products: The Act requires the Postal Service to offer only postal services and for the first time defines exactly what this means.
Because 36 days had passed since the last known intentionally contaminated letters (Daschle and Leahy letters) were postmarked and the onset of the Connecticut woman's symptoms, we considered many nonpostal potential sources of exposure: aerosolized release in her community; an intentional release at her home; and tampering of products, including pill bottles, inhalers, foods, spices, or misting devices.
Office of Personnel Management, which contains information on nearly all two million, nonpostal federal civilian employees.
Each profile contains information on strategy, operations, regulatory environment and finances and includes analysis of expansion into nonpostal markets.