This document contains the licensee agreement for LACSLink® software distribution.
This document contains the End User License Agreement for LACSLink®.
This document contains the developer license agreement for LACSLink®.
This document contains developer procedures for LACSLink®.
This document provides facts and information on End User Licensee Performance for LACSLink®.
This document contains a quick service guide to find for LACSLink® Developer Licensee Performance Requirements.
This document contains the distribution licensee performance requirements for the LACSLink® product.
This document contains the quick service guide for LACSLink® End User Certification Procedures.
This document provides additional information for Software Interface Distributor Certification Procedures LACSLink®.
This text file includes the cumulative listing of ZIP(C) Codes covered by the LACS database.
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.
In an effort to reduce the number of density-related collisions (false positives) in the LACSLink Product, the file size of the llk.hsa binary hash table will increase.
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.
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.
This document contains information on LACSLink® Software Interface Distributor Performance Requirements.
This presentation provides a comparison of both NCOA and ACS.
As a reminder, the Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) website will be migrated to a new server Saturday, March 15.
This document provides information on Licensing and Certification Key Personnel Form for LACSLink®.
This is an announcement concerning the centralized email account and the proper use of the term ‘Intelligent Mail®.’
This document provides updates and realease information on LACSLink® lincensee performance requirements.