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How to support the service type id 321 for Secure Destruction using MAIL360 Data Manager™/EngageOne™ Delivery Audit/EngageOne™ Inform

Using Mail360 Data Manager™, some Mail Piece file records will contain the new Service Type ID (STID) 321 for several Mailer IDs ingested by the Mail360 Data Manager Hub. 321 is a Secure Destruction STID for Basic/Nonauto requesting IMb Tracing and ACS.  Can we be ensured the PB Hub enables these ACS and Tracing events with this STID to be forwarded the customers MAIL360 Data Manager database?

Answer-
STID 321 is used for Basic IMb Tracing with Secure Destruction however, Mail360 Data  Manager™ 3.1.0 adn prior do not support Full Service ACS to receive these events.  A mail piece with a STID of “321” would not get ACS fulfillment with Full Service and hence Mail360 Data  Manager™ won’t be able to provide any ACS information of those mail pieces.

However, STID 331 also, belongs to Secure destruction Full Service* with IMB Tracing, hence Mail360 Data  Manager™ will get ACS fullfillment and can receive ACS events for mail pieces bearing 331 STID.
 
Mail360 Data Manager™ versions 3.1.0 and prior currently do not have 321 and 331 on the list of current STID’s.  So any mail pieces containing these values will delay a match to the STID table.


MAIL360 Data Manager™ versions 3.1.0 and prior do not have any mechanism to provide secure destruction events information. Customers using STID belonging to Secure destruction - Full Service STIDs will only receive normal ACS information for those mail pieces.  The SD data file/ Secure Destruction Electronic Notification will not be generated. 
 
Starting with EngageOne™ Delivery Audit version 4.0.0, in this release, you will be able to process Secure Destruction scan events and generate the following reports:
 
• Secure Destruction Report: The report consists of the SD scan events categorized by nixie codes. For a nixie code, the report also includes the count of SD scan events received for a nixie code followed by the detailed SD scan records. The records are further grouped by the mailpiece recipient’s Enterprise Keys (1, 2, and 3) & Name and sorted by the SD scan date in descending order.
• Repeated Secure Destruction Report: The report lists the customers and their associated repeated SD scan events. A customer having the SD scan with the most recent scan date is displayed on the top. And, the repeated scans for that customer are sorted by SD scan date in descending order.
 
** Note – page 8 has the list of STID’s will be provided to each mailer by the USPS :
https://ribbs.usps.gov/securedestruction/documents/tech_guides/SDeNotification.pdf
* Specific Service Type Identification numbers for Secure Destruction Service will be provided to mailers once the registration process has been completed.
 
The above USPS document is current as of Feb 2016.

And old list of STID’s does exist in this Nov 2013 USPS document –
For information , please refer the below USPS site :
https://ribbs.usps.gov/mtac/documents/tech_guides/2013/presentations/leadershipforum/Nov2013Day.pdf
page 16 has the STID’s including 321.




 
UPDATED:  February 20, 2018