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Postal Bulletin 22230
Postal Bulletin 22230
Forever Stamp Stock Revaluation Instructions
> IRT Offices
Individual Stamp Credits
Each retail associate (RA) assigned quantities of the
must multiply the number of stamps on hand by the difference between original price and new revalued price.
Each RA must enter the revaluation on PS Form 17,
and their supervisor must authorize and sign.
The RA will enter the revaluation amount into AIC
Unit Reserve Stock
The unit reserve stock custodian issues to an RA all
stamps and envelopes in the unit reserve that require revaluation.
The RA receives the stock by using the “STAMPS+”
key, creating an entry to AIC 841,
The RA revalues the stock by following the revalua
tion instructions for “Stamp Credits.”
After the stock custodian reduces unit inventory
quantities requiring revaluation to zero (by issuance to an RA) and has performed the “New Day” process, the stock custodian deletes the item numbers from the stamp stock inventory (at the old price).
The stock custodian adds the item number back into
stamp stock inventory at the new price.
The RA prepares PS Form 17 for returning stock and
enters the value of the stamps and envelopes to be returned to the unit reserve inventory at the new price. Use the “STAMPS (-)” key creating an entry in AIC 848,
Stamp Stock Returned.
The stock custodian receives the total from the
PS Form 17 into the unit reserve inventory at the new price.
When all clerk disks are consolidated, verify that the
total revaluation for the unit is reported correctly in AIC 844 on the unit PS Form 1412.
File PS Form(s) 17 as supporting documentation.
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