CENTRAL MAIL SERVICES
Roger Getz, Manager
As the 7th largest
post office in the state, Central Mail Services
process all classes of incoming, interoffice, and
outgoing mail for state agencies and departments and
provides for the delivery and pick up of supplies
and printing in the Capitol Complex area. Central
Mail Services is located at 1320 E. Sioux Avenue.
They can be reached at 773-3441.
AT CENTRAL MAIL SERVICES:
- Mail is sorted
and delivered to designated mail receptacles by
8 a.m. for agencies to pick up.
- Supplies are
picked up and delivered twice a day to
designated mail rooms or departments.
Duplicating orders are picked up and delivered
to mail rooms or departments a minimum of two
(2) or a maximum of five (5) times a day.
- Interoffice mail
is picked up and delivered to mail rooms or
departments a minimum of two or a maximum of six
(6) times a day.
- Outgoing mail is
processed at the lowest applicable postage rate
and in accordance with U. S. Postal
- All qualifying
mail is bar coded to receive faster mail service
at the lowest possible cost.
- Agencies may use
the smaller two (2) page inserting equipment
whenever it is available. No prior scheduling is
- Agencies may use
the paper folder at 1320 E. Sioux.
- A complete mail
processing service is available to agencies
which can perform prior scheduling:
inserting of eight (8) pages of paper into a
standard business envelope at the rate of 4,000 to
7,000 pieces an hour.
b) A computer
generated ink jet addressing machine is available
for agencies to apply mailing addresses to
- Stamps for
agencies usage in the Pierre area are available.
- All expedited
(Federal Express, United Parcel Service, or U.
S. Postal Service) is processed and billed
through Central Mail Services.
Please click here to
Interoffice Mail Schedule. Note: this
information is on the Intranet and is only available
for reference by state employees.
* For additional
information, please see the
BOA Resource Guide.
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