- Official Mail Accounting System
- Official Mail Accounting System (OMAS) - An automated system that provides for entry of data from postage statements for official mail used by federal agencies. The USPS bills the agencies according to OMAS data, and post offices get credit for the revenue. Agencies use data from OMAS to monitor their postage costs.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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