User Guides
09/28/2018
Guide to Move Update

The Move Update standard is a means of reducing the number of mailpieces in a mailing that require forwarding or return by the periodic matching of a mailer’s address records with change-of-address orders received and maintained by the Postal Service.

User Guides
09/28/2018
Guide to Move Update

The Move Update standard is a means of reducing the number of mailpieces in a mailing that require forwarding or return by the periodic matching of a mailer’s address records with change-of-address orders received and maintained by the Postal Service.

Presentations
03/22/2018
Move Update Webinar Presentation

In this presentation you'll learn about various important aspects of Move Update.

Fact Sheets
03/09/2018
Move Update Methods Requirements Fact Sheet

This fact sheet identifies the variety of products and services that help improve the accuracy of mailing lists, the quality of the physical addresses, and provide Change-of-Address (COA) information.

Announcements
02/22/2017
Move Update Federal Register Notice (February 22, 2017)

The Postal Service is revising its pending proposal to amend Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM ® ), to introduce a newly proposed measurement and assessment procedure for evaluating address quality for mailers who enter eligible letter- and flat-size pieces of First-Class Mail ® (FCM) and USPS Marketing Mail ™ (formerly Standard Mail ® ) that meet the requirements for Basic or Full-Service mailings.

Data Files
12/19/2016
PBSA Address-Box Range Report (12/19/16)

A text file report detailing the status for all PBSA (Post Office Box Street Address) ZIP codes.

Fact Sheets
07/01/2016
Clarification to the Move Update Standard

This document contains information on the Move Update standards.

Presentations
03/01/2010
Move Update Rules and Printers' Role

This presentation provides information on printers as Mail Service Providers.

Presentations
04/22/2008
Move Update: Are You In Compliance?

This presentation from March 2005 National Postal Forum (NPF) on move update compliance.