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  1. MTAC Workgroup 129 Eliminating Obstacles to Mail Growth April 30, 2009

  2. Issue Statement Facilitate mail volume growth by identifying regulations or requirements that add no postal and/or customer value, hence hindering mail growth, and proposing modifications or elimination of those barriers as practical.

  3. Desired Results • Allow for greater flexibility in such things as mailpiece shape, graphics, postage payment and permit formats. • Allow marketers more creative options for producing direct mail pieces that stand out in the mailbox, increase response rates and can be processed efficiently. • Reduce the barriers to entry and costs of preparing mailings by simplifying or eliminating obsolete or restrictive make up and entry rules that add no postal or customer value. • Consider new rate categories for mailers who may value creative flexibility and ease of preparation over the lowest postage prices. • Remove barriers that may discourage the use of mail as an advertising channel for new business.

  4. Workgroup Leaders Gregory A. Hall Manager, USPS Pricing and Classification Service Center United States Postal Service 90 Church Street, Suite 3100New York, NY 10007-2951212/330-5300 Gregory.A.Hall@usps.gov Wanda Senne National Director Postal Development World Marketing, Inc. 1961 S Cobb Ind. Blvd., Smyrna, Georgia 30082-4915 770-431-2591 wsenne@worldmarkinc.com

  5. Progress • Workgroup formed March 24, 2009 • First conference call April 14, 2009 • First face-to-face meeting April 29, 2009 • 63 workgroup members • 69 ideas generated • Bi-weekly conference calls • Target completion November 30, 2009

  6. Questions? Ask Interrogate Query Examine Inquiry Dialog Discussion Discussion Inquiry Questions Query Interview Dialog Investigate Inquiry Interrogation Probe Ask Examination