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SACK—A container generally used to transport flat-size mail, parcels, and loose pack mail. It is made of sewn fabric (usually nylon, polyester, canvas, or plastic with an opening at one end) and is closed with a draw cord and fastener.  In mail processing or dispatch functions, to place mail in a sack. SERVICE STANDARDS—A stated goal for service achievement for each mail class. SERVING  POSTAL  ACTIVITY—The  military  or  civilian  post  office  or  unit  that  provides  postal support. SPECIAL ROUTING—Mail routing that requires special or unusual arrangements by the mail routing activity. STAMP VENDING MACHINE (SVM)—A vending machine that has multiple modules capable of dispensing varying quantities of stamps from a coil from each module. STANDPOINT SCHEME—A scheme used by an international exchange office for the labeling and routing of international mail. UNIT MAILROOM (UMR)—A room or enclosure with proper security that serves as a place for unit mail clerks to handle, process, and deliver mail. UNIT POSTAL OFFICER—A member or civilian employee of the U.S. armed forces, or an employee of  a  civilian  agency,  designated  by  proper  authority  to  supervise  the  operation  of  a  unit  mailroom (UMR). UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION (UPU)—An international postal organization that is a specialized agency of the United Nations.  Its 189 member countries form a single postal territory for the reciprocal exchange  of  letter-post  items. Its  Convention  establishes  the  common  rules  applicable  to  the international postal service and the provisions governing letter-post services. WORKING MAIL—Mail received by or dispatched from a military post office (MPO) and mail that is received by a mail control activity (MCA) where mailbags are physically opened and the contents are distributed, to include bagging outside mail (OSM) when required. ZIP CODE—The five-digit numerical code of which the first three digits identify the delivery area of a sectional center facility or a major-city post office serving the delivery address area.  The next two (the fourth and fifth) digits identify the delivery area of an associate post office, post office branch, or post office station.   All post offices are assigned at least one unique 5-digit code.   ZIP Code is a USPS trademark. ZIP + 4 CODE—The nine-digit numeric code, established in 1981, composed of two parts:  (a) The initial code:  the first five digits that identify the sectional center facility and delivery area associated with the address, followed by a hyphen; and (b) The four-digit expanded code:  the first two additional digits designate the sector and the last two digits designate the segment. ZIP+4 is a USPS trademark. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS AA—Armed Forces Americas AC—Actual Count ACCT—Account ACFT—Aircraft ACTY—Activity ADC—Area Distribution Center AE—Armed Forces Europe AGCY—Agency AIC—Account Identifier Code AII-7

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