CMS staff adheres to USPS regulations and policies as they change, and send that information out to all UI mail users as fast as possible. Any “bad addresses” are noted as mail is sorted, and if, by chance, that mail person happens to know the recipient or department, they will affix a “bad address” stamp or sticker on to that piece of mail, and write in the correct address. This is done as a courtesy to the recipient, so they can then contact the mail vendor and get the address changed to the correct address for future usage. USPS regulations are requiring a more stringent address form now, and incorrect addressing will either be more expensive… especially for bulk mail… or non-deliverable in the first place. Using the proper format as found listed at our website is critical for the mail to go through. Our goal is to try and deliver every piece of mail that we can, but without the proper information or address, we have no choice but to return it or recycle it.