39 CFR Part 3050 - PERIODIC REPORTING

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  1. § 3050.1 Definitions applicable to this part.
  2. § 3050.2 Documentation of periodic reports.
  3. § 3050.3 Access to information supporting Commission reports or evaluations.
  4. § 3050.10 Analytical principles to be applied in the Postal Service's annual periodic reports to the Commission.
  5. § 3050.11 Proposals to change an accepted analytical principle applied in the Postal Service's annual periodic reports to the Commission.
  6. § 3050.12 Obsolescence of special studies relied on to produce the Postal Service's annual periodic reports to the Commission.
  7. § 3050.13 Additional documentation required in the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  8. § 3050.14 Format of the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  9. § 3050.20 Compliance and other analyses in the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  10. § 3050.21 Content of the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  11. § 3050.22 Documentation supporting attributable cost estimates in the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  12. § 3050.23 Documentation supporting incremental cost estimates in the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  13. § 3050.24 Documentation supporting estimates of costs avoided by worksharing and other mail characteristics in the Postal Service's section 3652 report.
  14. § 3050.25 Volume and revenue data.
  15. § 3050.26 Documentation of demand elasticities and volume forecasts.
  16. § 3050.27 Workers' Compensation Report.
  17. § 3050.28 Monthly and pay period reports.
  18. § 3050.30 Information needed to estimate the cost of the universal service obligation. [Reserved]
  19. § 3050.35 Financial reports.
  20. § 3050.40 Additional financial reporting.
  21. § 3050.41 Treatment of additional financial reports.
  22. § 3050.42 Proceedings to improve the quality of financial data.
  23. § 3050.43 Information on program performance.
  24. § 3050.50 Information pertaining to cost and service for flat-shaped mail.
  25. § 3050.60 Miscellaneous reports and documents.
Authority:
39 U.S.C. 503, 3651, 3652, 3653.
Source:
74 FR 20850, May 5, 2009, unless otherwise noted.