This document contains the CASS™/MASS™ certified vendors list for DPV® Licensees Curent Cycle.
This document contains the CASS™/MASS™ certified vendors list for DPV® Licensees Data File Current Cycle (D).
Advertising technical guide for licensed products.
No-Stat Record Increase
Due to density‐related collisions that are specific to binary hash tables, there are a small number of differences when comparing SHA‐1 and SHA‐256 results.
As a reminder, the USPS has begun the conversion of its licensed products from SHA‐1 to SHA‐256. This conversion is based on an OIG (Office of Inspector General) recommendation to transition USPS Licensed Products to a more secure algorithm to comply with current USPS security policies.
The Release Numbers for the next release of other systems are: 184.108.40.206 for PostalOne!® 220.127.116.11 for Program Registration 18.104.22.168 for SASP 22.214.171.124 for FAST®.
As a follow up to the DirectDPV retirement notice sent November 18, 2015, the DirectDPV table has been discontinued and is no longer included in the DPV and DSF2 Products.
The Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) REST Web Services document has been updated to include both USPS® and Akamai server calls.
In an effort to facilitate and grow the packaged‐service business, the USPS® has made the decision to include the PO Box Throwback table in the DPV and AMS API Products.
Licensing Announcement: Updated Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) Download Manager (July 27, 2016)
Download Managaer for DSF2®, DPV®, NCOALink®, SuiteLink®, and AMS API.
As a continuous effort to streamline all of the USPS® licensed products through the utilization of the EPF website, the Licensing Department will facilitate the annual license renewal process by posting renewal invoices to EPF.
Address Management provides services that enable customers to manage thequality of their mailing lists while maximizing the Postal Service's ability to efficiently deliver mail.
In addition to verifying USPS® delivery points, the DPV and DSF2 Products have added two additional hash tables to assist mailers in streamlining delivery to reap the benefits of deliverable mail.
Licensing Announcement: Issue with Downloading Both SHA-1 and SHA-256 Products on Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF)
This announcement details an issue with downloading both the SHA‐1 and SHA‐256 versions of the products using the SOAP Web Services (ColdFusion).
To comply with the recommendations from the December 2014 Office of Inspector (OIG) audit of the NCOALink® program, the USPS® will begin the transition from SHA‐1 to SHA‐256 technology as the method for data encryption.
As a reminder, the Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) website will be migrated to a new server Saturday, March 15.
This licensing announcement serves as a reminder that the EPF for Large Files beta test concludes on Saturday, June 15, 2013.
As a reminder, effective January 27, the DPV licensing fee will change from the current fee of $10,500.00 to $11,000.00.
As a result of the USPS® Domestic and International Mailing Services Price Change, effective January 27, 2013, the DPV licensing fees will change.
To support addresses impacted by Hurricane Sandy, the USPS® is providing vacant and no-stat information via a weekly download from the Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) website.
Effective with the August release, the USPS® has included the PBSA (Post Office Box Street Address) records in the following products.
Effective with the February release of the DPV® monthly data fulfillment, P.O. Box™ (PBSA) records will be added to the CMRA table.
As a result of the USPS Domestic and International Mailing Services Price Change, effective January 22, 2012, the DPV® licensing fees will change.
Effective April 17, the DPV® licensing fee will change from the current fee of $10,000.00 to $10,250.00. All new and existing licensees will be subject to the new fees, meaning any licenses requested on or after April 17 must remit the new fees.
DPV and DSF2 Products currently have a very limited header file called month.dat which only contains the product month.
Below are important announcements regarding the DPV Known False Positive files, a DSF2 clarification on False Positive Reporting, and maintenance of False Positive reports.
If you sublicense your CASS™ Certified address matching software to a third party for their use to create their own customized product, their compliance with the DPV™ license terms and conditions remain your responsibility.
The USPS® Address Management office has determined that there is a small percentage of addresses that will produce a false positive match when presented to the DPV™ Split File Product.