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Figure 12-13. An example of a PS Form 1567
items as number 502.   Individualized special rubber stamps Navy post offices may need to order are:    Postal Finance Officer    COPE    Postal Officer    Directory Service stamps These  rubber  stamps  are  only  ordered  for  use  in association with official postal business. POSTMARKING EQUIPMENT (RUBBER AND STEEL STAMPS) Rubber  stamps  should  be  requisitioned  on  PS Form  1567  (see  figure  12-13). All  information required on PS Form 1567, should be entered on the form. When   ordering   rubber   postmarking   and canceling  stamps  (Item  550),  and  rubber  all-purpose dating stamps (Item 570), type or write the information that you would like on the stamps in the impression and description  block  of  PS  Form  1567. Requisitions should  be  submitted  to  the  appropriate  JMPA  for processing.  Die Hubs for postage meter machines and canceling  machines  are  ordered  on  PS  Form  4636, Postmarking  Dies  and  Engraved  Station  Die  Hubs Requisition.  PS Form 4636 must also be submitted to the appropriate JMPA for processing. YEAR TYPE Year  type  for  steel  postmarking  stamps  and canceling  machines  are  requisitioned  from  MDC Topeka, KS, on PS Form 7380.  A notice will appear in the  Postal  Bulletin,  normally  during  the  month  of September, informing offices of the date that the year type will be available for issue.   The requisition must list year type only, and a self-addressed USPS penalty label must be stapled to the requisition.  Do not request any other items on this special requisition. If  your  MPO  has  previously  been  issued  a  year type, the MDC will contact your office via postcard in September  informing  you  of  the  year  type  that  will automatically  be  shipped. If  your  MPO  needs  a different  quantity  or  type,  make  the  changes  on  the postcard and return it to the MDC.  If changes are not required,   do   not   return   the   postcard. Detailed instructions are printed on the postcard. FACING SLIPS AND SLIDE LABELS Preprinted facing slips and slide labels are used to identify the contents of a mail tray, bundle, or pouch of mail. The  data  to  be  printed  should  conform  to  the format  and  content  as  outlined  in  USPS  Handbook PO-423,  Requisitioning  Labels. Requisitions  for preprinted  facing  slips  and  slide  labels  should  be submitted  using  PS  Form  1578-B,  Requisitions  for Facing  Slips  or  Slide  Labels  in  duplicate.   Send  PS Form 1578-B to: US POSTAL SERVICE LABELING PRINTING CENTER 500 SW MONTARA PKWY TOPEKA KS 66624-9502 Prepare  PS  Form  1578-B  as  follows  (see  figure 12-14): Header Data: Columns 1 through 9: Enter the MPO ZIP + 4 number. Columns 13 and 14:  Enter the two-digit character code for the item you are ordering. Columns  18  through  23: Enter  the  MPO  finance number. Columns  24  through  49:    Enter  FPO,  postmaster  of address designation, and the nine-digit MPO number. Shipboard post offices should enter the name and hull number of the ship. Columns 58 and 59:   Enter the total number of pages, (i.e., 1 of 1, 1 of 2). Detail Data Lines: Columns  8  through  12:    Enter  the  quantity  of  labels requested  in  multiples  of  300  and  facing  slips  in multiples of 300. Columns  13  through  33: Enter  the  destination information in this block.   Use standard abbreviations from the POM and ensure format is in compliance with the  requirements  found  in  the  DMM. For  empty equipment  label  orders  (nondefective  and  defective), put “EMPTY EQUIPMENT” in these blocks. Columns 34 through 38: Enter the destination ZIP Code (3 or 5 digits). Columns   42   through   64: Enter   the   contents identification description such as, FCM or LETTERS AND FLATS, etc. 12-20

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