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defined  in  U.S.  Code,  Title  39,  (for  example:  books, reports,   contracts,   drawings,   etc.)   are   coordinated   with the  transportation  officer  to  ensure  that  the  shipment is   by   the   most   economical   mode   of   transportation available. Ensure   all   mailings   destined   for   the   same addressee   or   area   are   consolidated   by   class   into   the fewest  number  of  mailings  possible. Activities   generating   large   quantities   of   mail   on   a consistent  basis  should  take  advantage  of  available postal   rate/work   sharing   discounts. Q3.   Mail   destined   for   the   same   address   or   area should   be   consolidated   by   using   what   method? EXPRESS   MAIL Express   Mail   is   the   most   expensive   class   of   mail service  offered  and  normally  exceeds  the  need  of  most Navy  mailings.  The  use  of  this  mail  service  should  be restricted   to   the   following   circumstances: A  mission  failure  will  result;  the  Navy  will  incur a    s i g n i f i c a n t    m o n e t a r y    p e n a l t y ;    o r    t he command/activity   has   determined   that   extreme adverse   effect   to   operations   or   personnel   would occur  if  the  item  is  not  received  within  24  hours by   addressees   within   the   Continental   United States   (CONUS),   Alaska,   and   Hawaii;   or   72 hours   for   those   APO/FPO   addressees   to   whom Express   Mail   service   is   provided. Failure  to  report  on  time  because  of  emergency orders,   missing   schedules,   transportation arrangements,   and   so   forth,   would   occur   if   the item   is   not   received   within   24   hours   by addressees   within   CONUS,   Alaska,   and Hawaii. Compelling   circumstances   have   prevented   the item  from  being  ready  for  shipment  so  that  it  can be  delivered  in  time  using  regular  mail,  and  the item   must   be   received   within   24   hours   by addressees   within   CONUS,   Alaska,   and   Hawaii; 72   hours   for   those   APO/FPO   addressees   to whom   Express   Mail   service   is   provided. Request  for  the  item  was  not  received  in  time  to prepare   shipment   for   arrival   by   the   due   date using   regular   mail   service. Use   of   alternative   shipping   methods,   such   as Federal   Express,   United   Parcel   Service, Airborne  Express,  and  so  forth,  were  considered and   were   deemed   unsatisfactory   because   of   one of  the  following  reasons: —Inability  to  be  delivered  within  the  required time —Cost  exceeds  that  of  USPS  Express  Mail —Service   to   the   addressee   cannot   be   provided —Item   being   shipped   is   classified   material —Other   shipping   methods   are   not   available USPS   Express   Mail   will   not   be   dispatched   to another   government   agency   located   within   CONUS, Alaska,   or   Hawaii   on   Friday   or   Thursday   if   Friday   is a   national   holiday.   The   only   exception   to   this   rule   is when   the   originator   certifies   in   writing   that   the material   being   shipped   will   be   received   by   the addressee   and   is   required   for   work   to   be   performed before  the  next  normal  working  day.  Official  mail m a n a g e r s    a u t h o r i z i n g    a    s h i p m e n t    w i t h    t h i s certification   will   include   a   self-addressed,   stamped envelope  marked  attention  OMM,  and  a  card  serving as  a  receipt  verifying  actual  time  and  date  the  package was   delivered.   Upon   return,   this   card   will   be   attached to   the   authorization   memo   and   retained   for   1   year. Commands   requiring   expedited   transit   and delivery   of   material   that   does   not   qualify   for   Express Mail   should   examine   the   use   of   priority   mail. The  OMM  reviews  the  request  to  determine  if  a valid   requirement   exists,   if   service   is   available   to   the addressee,  and  if  the  packaging  and  labels  are  properly prepared   before   signing   as   the   approving   official.   A copy  of  the  request  will  be  maintained  for  1  year. Express  Mail  may  not  be  sent  to  ships,  squadrons, or   deployable   staffs/units   whose   official   mailing address   contains   an   APO/FPO   address. The   USPS   does   not   deliver   Express   Mail   directly to   the   addressee   at   a   military   address.   On   normal working   days,   USPS   delivers   Express   Mail   to   the branch   post   office   or   central   Navy   mail   facility   that services   a   naval   installation.   Guaranteed   next   day delivery   is   considered   accomplished   at   this   point. On   weekends   and   holidays,   when   most   branch post   offices   on   naval   installations,   or   central   Navy mail   facilities   are   closed,   Express   Mail   will   be   held   at the  USPS  central  mail  facility  and  delivered  the  next normal  working  day. Commands/activities   using   Express   Mail   on   a r e g u l a r    b a s i s,   t o    t h e    s a m e    a d d r e s s e e ,    s h o u ld periodically   monitor   their   delivery   to   ensure   the 4-2

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