39 CFR 501.9 - Demonstration or test Postage Evidencing Systems.

§ 501.9 Demonstration or test Postage Evidencing Systems.
(a) A demonstration or test postage evidencing system is any system that produces an image that replicates a postage indicium for which the Postal Service has not received payment for postage. The following procedures must be followed to implement controls over demonstration or test Postage Evidencing Systems:
(1) A demonstration or test Postage Evidencing System may print only specimen or test indicia. A specimen or test indicia must clearly indicate that the indicia does not represent valid postage.
(2) A demonstration or test Postage Evidencing System must be recorded as such on internal provider inventory records and must be tracked by model number, serial number, and physical location.
(3) A demonstration or test Postage Evidencing System must remain under the provider's direct control. A demonstration or test Postage Evidencing System may not be left in the possession of a customer under any circumstance.
(b) All indicia printed by a demonstration or test Postage Evidencing System must be collected and destroyed daily.

Title 39 published on 2014-07-01

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