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Figure 1-3.—USPS Postal Bulletin.
USPS  operations,  and  Mail  Transport  Equipment (MTE). You will be primarily concerned with chapter 2, “Container  Descriptions  and  Applications,”  as  it applies  to  procedures  for  properly  handling  empty equipment  for  storage  and  shipping  as  it  becomes necessary. EXPRESS MAIL MILITARY SERVICE (HDBK PO-514) The Express Mail Military Service Handbook is used  by  overseas  military  postal  activities  for  the processing  of  Express  Mail.     This  handbook  is available through USPS supply channels. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION The  DOD  Financial  Management  Regulation provides  all  DOD  components  with  the  policy, regulations,  and  procedures  within  the  area  of responsibility  of  the  Under  Secretary  of  Defense (Comptroller).    MPCs  need  only  be  familiar  with volume 5, chapter 7, of this manual. POSTAL BULLETINS The USPS Postal Bulletin is published bi-weekly at  Postal  Service  Headquarters  in  Washington,  DC. Special issues are published as needed. It is made up in newspaper format (see figure l-3).  It contains official information   (temporary   instructions,   special instructions,  changes  to  USPS  manuals,  new  USPS forms, stolen money order list, and so on) as well as other  information  of  general  interest  to  postal personnel.  All military post offices receive the Postal Bulletins. Each copy should be filed and kept available for ready reference for at least 1 year. STANDARD NAVY DISTRIBUTION LIST The  Standard  Navy  Distribution  List  (SNDL)  is published  by  the  office  of  the  Chief  of  Naval Operations  (OPNAV)  to  provide  for  the  proper addressing and distribution of mail to Chief of Naval Operations  (CNO)  and  Secretary  of  the  Navy (SECNAV), formally established activities as well as other miscellaneous DOD and DON activities, and to provide a central distribution system for directives and correspondence. The   SNDL   is   published electronically in two parts: Part  1—part  1  is  entitled,  “Standard  Navy Distribution  List,  Operating  Forces  of  the  Navy, Unified and Specified Commands, U.S. Elements of International Commands,” OPNAVNOTE 5400. The following information may be found in part 1: ·   A list of ships by name alphabetically ·   A list of commands by SNDL list numbers ·   Annex A, which contains a list of Military Sealift Command ships and their FPO addresses ·   Plain Language Address (PLA) ·   Unit Identification Codes (UIC) Part 2—part 2 of the SNDL the, “Catalog of Naval Shore  Activities,”  OPNAVNOTE  5400,  contains distribution lists for the Navy Department and all CNO and  SECNAV  formally  established  shore  activities. Each symbol represents a type of naval activity.   The originator, by listing the appropriate SNDL numbers or letter-number  combinations,  notifies  the  distributing office what activities should receive the material.  The listings  are  included  at  the  end  of  the  publication, directive, or letter. Revisions  and  Changes—The  SNDL  is  reissued quarterly  on  CD-ROM  via  the  OPNAV/SECNAV directive  process  or  is  available  on  the  OPNAV/ SECNAV directives website or commands can receive a monthly update by providing a 3 1/2 floppy disc to CNO-OP09B22. Serial  changes  are  provided  to commands that want to maintain an updated SNDL and who  process  large  volumes  of  mail  that  require up-to-date information. This publication is maintained by the administrative department. NAVY NOTICES AND INSTRUCTIONS A   directive   is   a   written   order   printed   and distributed. Certain  Navy  publications  are  issued through the Navy Directives Issuance System, which provides a uniform method of issuing directives by all activities in the Navy.  The types of directives used in this system are instructions and notices.   Instructions and  notices  are  defined  briefly  here  to  assist  you  in identifying other publications issued as instructions. An  instruction  is  a  type  of  directive  that  is permanent  in  nature  or  it  remains  in  effect  until replaced  or  canceled  by  the  originator  or  higher authority. A notice is a directive of a one-time nature or one that  contains  information  or  action  for  a  brief  time 1-15

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