Domestic Mail Classification Schedule


Domestic Mail Classification Schedule
Domestic Mail Classification Schedule (DMCS)  - The basic framework for classifying domestic mail categories (mail classes) and postal services and for setting postal rates and fees. It represents the recommendations of the Postal Rate Commission as adopted by the USPS Board of Governors, under the classification and rate-setting mechanism prescribed by the Postal Reorganization Act (39 U.S.C.). (Also see Code of Federal Regulations and rate setting)

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