Mail Processing Equipment Service Provider Licensees
The NCOALink® MPE solution, which is similar to the FASTforward® system, can also be used on delivery point barcode sorters to identify, sort, and remove undeliverable-as-addressed (UAA) mail prior to submission to the USPS®.
MPE Data Users receive the full 18-month data set provided weekly under direct license from the USPS®.
First Class Mail
Q1: If I initially license as a Standard MPE Data User, can I later switch to Enhanced so I can return electronic COA information back to my customers?
A1: Yes; however you will be required to pay the prorated fee for Enhanced since the fee for this method is $22,880.00. As a Standard MPE Data User, the fee is $11,440.00.
Q2: If I have additional sites, can they also switch to Enhanced? Will they also be required to pay the $22,880.00 fee?
A2: Additional sites may also switch from Standard to Enhanced. These sites will not have to pay the additional fees since the primary site has already paid the fee to return electronic COA data back to their customers. Once the primary site has paid the required fees, the additional sites may also begin returning electronic COA data to their customers.
Marketing contact information for certified Mail Processing Equipment (MPE) licensees
NCOALink® Mail Processing Equipment (MPE) Documents
This document provides information on licenses and supporting documents for Mail Processing Equipment for NCOALink®.
This document defines the licensee performance requirements for NCOALink® Data User Mail Processing Equipment.
This document defines software and hardware performance requirements for NCOALink® Mail Processing Equipment.
This agreement governs the distribution of licensee's certified NCOALink® mail processing equipment software interface.
The collection of information on this Processing Acknowledgement Form (PAF) is required by the Privacy Act of 1974. The United States Postal Service® (USPS®) requires that each NCOALink® Mail Processing Equipment (MPE) Service Provider Licensee has a completed NCOALink MPE PAF for each of their NCOALink MPE customers prior to providing the NCOALink MPE service.
The following material describes the process for an Applicant to qualify for a license and certify an NCOALink MPE software interface.
The following material describes the process for an Applicant to qualify for a license to distribute NCOALink Mail Processing Equipment (MPE) software.
The purpose of these performance requirements is to establish standard criteria of performance that USPS requires NCOALink Mail Processing Equipment (MPE) Software Interface Distribution Licensees to comply with.
This document is a software interface distribution required text document for NCOALink Mail Processing Equipment Licensees.
This document pertains to MPE Data Users; MPE Licensees who elect to return an electronic file to customers; and End Users processing in the WAN (cloud) environment.