The Postal Service was honored last week for its efforts to bring addressing into the digital age.
Addressing and Geospatial Technology, a USPS office that uses technology to improve address management, received a special achievement award from Esri, a company that makes geographic software.
The Postal Service was selected from a pool of more than 300,000 eligible candidates.
“USPS is pleased to be recognized for this award,” said Delivery Address Programs Manager Chris Tinkham. “We are producing geospatial data vital to the future of postal operations.”