3-3 Mailing After Authorization
3-3.1 Mailing Frequency and Revocation for Nonuse
The organization must make at least one mailing at the Nonprofit Standard
Mail rates during a 2-year period or the authorization to mail at the nonprofit
rates will be automatically revoked for nonuse. A primary authorization (the
authorization obtained by filing PS Form 3624) will not be revoked for nonuse
if one or more nonprofit mailings have been made during the 2-year period at
the primary authorization Post Office or at an additional mailing office where
authorization is based upon the primary authorization. An additional mailing
office authorization, if no mailings at the Nonprofit Standard Mail rates have
been made under that authorization during a 2-year period, will be revoked
for nonuse. The PCSC notifies the organization of the revocation for nonuse
whether the entry is a primary or an additional office authorization.
3-3.2 Changing Mailing Locations
If the organization wishes to change its primary office of mailing, the
organization must submit a new application on PS Form 3624 to the Post
Office intended to be the new primary office of mailing. The organization
should attach to the PS Form 3624 all of the supporting documentation
described in 3-1.
If the organization changes printers or mailing agents and requires a new
additional mailing office authorization, follow the procedures in 3-2 to obtain
the authorization. The organization may not transfer its authorizations
between Post Offices.