U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Apr 07, 2020
(a) Notices of proposed market tests shall include:
(ii) Establish that the introduction or continued offering of the experimental product will not create an unfair or otherwise inappropriate competitive advantage for the Postal Service or any mailer, particularly in regard to small business concerns, as defined in § 3001.5(v) of this chapter; and
(iii) Identify the experimental product as either market dominant or competitive for purposes of the market test, and explain the reasoning for the categorization in accordance with the criteria set forth in 39 U.S.C. 3642(b)(1).
(2) A description of the nature and the scope of the market test that:
(i) Describes the market test and experimental product;
(ii) Demonstrates why the market test is not inconsistent with the requirements of 39 U.S.C. 3641;
(iii) Identifies the beginning and ending dates of the market test;
(iv) Describes the geographic market(s) where the market test may be conducted;
(v) Estimates the total revenue that is anticipated by the Postal Service for each fiscal year of the market test, including available supporting documentation; and
(vi) Includes a data collection plan for the market test, including a description of the specific data items to be collected. The minimum data collection plan requirements are described in § 3035.20.