Potential subscribers must be full-service IMb customers with significant but declining first-class mail volume and significant additional amounts of USPS Marketing Mail. Applicants must also meet standards 1.1 to 1.3 to qualify. The basic agreement consists of five components: Capital One receives tariff incentives for more mail and better service for non-negotiable parts. Applicants are encouraged to have or obtain a broadcast authorization, create a Central account Processing System, comply with Postal One and participate in the Mail Piece Total Quality Management before they are considered. They must also participate in the costs of negotiating and suing the agreement before the CPP, which may include separate advice, research, documents and witness fees (but are not limited). The client receives tariff incentives to meet the negotiated thresholds for the volume of the letter, and the verification and negotiation process improves business relationships. In addition, the postal service will better understand and address the business needs and expectations of customers, which will improve the overall postal service. As you may know, financial services company Capital One receives price incentives under the NSA in exchange for sending more first-class items to attract new customers and grow its business. Ultimately, it could generate millions of new revenues and increase our bottom line.

An NSA is a contractual agreement between the Post Office and a company from which both parties benefit. A negotiated service contract (NSA) is a bespoke and mutually beneficial contractual agreement between the USPS and a specific mailer (customer or organization). An NEA provides for custom prices, prices and classifications under the conditions set out in the NSA and may include changes to current broadcasting standards and other postal requirements. Each mailer can file an application for an NSA if the mailer meets the requirements of point 1.2 and follows the process in 1.3. An mailer seeking an NSA from the USPS must submit a written proposal to the USPS pricing strategy manager with appropriate documentation (see address 608.8.0). The proposal contains the reasons for the NSA application and a summary of information that meets the applicable characteristics of the candidates and the general requirements described in point 1.2. A confidentiality agreement must be signed before any discussion on the substance of the proposal. It`s the first NSA at the Post Office, but it won`t be the last. Our pricing group is negotiating with other mailers to enter into agreements that will encourage companies to increase their use of the mail as an effective marketing tool. By expanding their activities, these companies will increase our business and add significant revenue to our final result. Mailers interested in an NSA can e-mail the pricing strategy at NSA@usps.com at 703-292-3638 or in a letter to: An NSA is a contractual agreement between the Post Office and a single company that offers tariff incentives in exchange for a change in the behavior of the company benefiting from the mail.

In many cases, the change in behaviour mentioned in the contract will result in a significant increase in the annual volume of first-class or standard e-mail.