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Figure 13-7.—An example of an Official Stamp Audit sheet
This  method  of  mailing  official  business  items costs less than postage meters, and eliminates the need for  postage  stamps  with  related  detailed  record keeping and monthly audit requirements. Commands who desire to use computer-generated postage must obtain a meter license from the USPS. The meter license is requested at the same time the user purchases the software and other products required to use computer-generated postage. When an account is established and all software and other necessary products installed, the command desiring  to  use  computer-generated  postage  must purchase postage from the USPS through the vendor via the Internet.   At the time this manual was written the  maximum  amount  of  postage  authorized  to  be purchased  was  $2,500.     There  is  a  surcharge  to download postage. Payment for postage is made by the command’s impact Visa card. After postage is available, items can be mailed by printing  postage  directly  on  envelopes,  labels,  or documents.     Articles  can  be  mailed  First-Class, Priority, Express Mail, or Standard Mail (B). 13-9 DAILY STAMP USAGE WORKSHEET Quantity (Tick) Block Denomination Total Amount Used .01 .02 .03 .04 .05 .10 .20 .22 .25 .33 .50 .55 .77 1.00 2.00 3.20 5.00 No. 10 Envelope .40 Grand Total Note:  Maintain this worksheet on file until AFTER the next monthly audit is completed. Figure 13-6.—An example of a Daily Stamp Usage Worksheet.

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