Unpacking the CMRA Webinar: Key Insights and Takeaways

In the ever-evolving world of commercial mail receiving agencies (CMRA), staying updated with the latest trends, regulations, and best practices is crucial. GWA’s recent Coworking Council Series webinar on “CMRA Regulations: Best Practices For Compliance”, GWA Board Member and CEO of Forge, Kim Lee was joined by special guest, Clayton Gerber with the US Postal Inspection Service shed light on some pressing questions and provided invaluable insights for businesses navigating this space.

Navigating the New Form and Online Database

“Do I need to fill out the new CMRA form?” was one of the most frequently asked questions during the webinar. As it turns out, if you’re already registered and have a form on file, there’s no need to resubmit. Only if there are changes to your information should you update. For those unsure about their registration status, the webinar provided a simple solution: “If your facility is listed in the new online database, your form is on file. If it’s not listed, your form is not on file.” 

Wondering if you fall into that category, and not sure if you have all your ‘docs’ in a row? 😉

✅ Simply head over to the new online database – https://gateway.usps.com/eAdmin/view/signin
✅ Sign up (It’s as easy as setting up a Gmail account!)
✅ Once there, navigate to the ‘mailing services’ tab to find the Commercial Mail Receiving Agency application.
✅ After selecting your facility, a validation letter with a unique code will be mailed to your address. This two-factor authentication ensures utmost security. But remember, the code is valid for just 14 days, so act fast!

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