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TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER G—ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS

PART 102-192—MAIL MANAGEMENT

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION TO THIS PART

§102-192.5
What does this part cover?
§102-192.10
What authority governs this part?
§102-192.15
How are “I”, “you”, “me”, “we”, and “us” used in this part?
§102-192.20
How are “must” and “should” used in this part?
§102-192.25
Does this part apply to me?
§102-192.30
What types of mail does this part apply to?
§102-192.35
What definitions apply to this part?
§102-192.40
Where can we obtain more information about the classes of mail?
§102-192.45
How can we request a deviation from these requirements, and who can approve it?
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Subpart B—FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL AGENCIES

§102-192.50
What payment processes are we required to use?
§102-192.55
Why must we use these commercial payment processes?
§102-192.60
How do we implement these commercial payment processes?
§102-192.65
What features must our finance systems have to keep track of mail costs?
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Subpart C—SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL AGENCIES

§102-192.70
What security policies and plans must we have?
§102-192.75
Why must we have written security policies and plans?
§102-192.80
How do we develop written security policies and plans?
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Subpart D—REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

§102-192.85
Who must report to GSA annually?
§102-192.90
What must we include in our annual mail management report to GSA?
§102-192.95
Why does GSA require annual mail management reports?
§102-192.100
How do we submit our annual mail management report to GSA?
§102-192.105
When must we submit our annual mail management report to GSA?
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Subpart E—PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT REQUIREMENTS

§102-192.110
At what level(s) in our agency must we have performance measures?
§102-192.115
Why must we use performance measures?
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Subpart F—AGENCY MAIL MANAGER REQUIREMENTS

§102-192.120
Must we have an agency mail manager?
§102-192.125
What is the appropriate managerial level for an agency mail manager?
§102-192.130
What are your general responsibilities as an agency mail manager?
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Subpart G—MAIL CENTER MANAGER REQUIREMENTS

§102-192.135
Must we have a mail center manager at our facility?
§102-192.140
What are your general responsibilities as a Federal mail center manager?
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Subpart H—PROGRAM LEVEL MAIL RESPONSIBILITIES

§102-192.145
Which program levels should have a mail manager?
§102-192.150
What are your general responsibilities as a program level mail manager?
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Subpart I—OTHER AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

§102-192.155
What should our agency-wide mail management policy statement cover?
§102-192.160
What less costly alternatives to expedited mail and couriers should your agency-wide mail management policy address?
§102-192.165
What authorities must I follow when contracting out all or part of the mail function?
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Subpart J—GSA'S RESPONSIBILITIES AND SERVICES

§102-192.170
What are GSA's responsibilities in mail management?
§102-192.175
What types of support does GSA offer to Federal agency mail management programs?


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