Regulations last checked for updates: Jun 14, 2024

Title 39 - Postal Service last revised: Apr 01, 2024
§ 3000.103 - Official seal.

(a) Authority. The Seal described in this section is hereby established as the official seal of the Postal Regulatory Commission.

(b) Description. (1) On a gold color (yellow) pentagon device, the base-line formed as a “V,” edged with a black border, a black triangle point down and between the inscription at top “Postal Regulatory Commission” in white letters and in base at the point of the triangle three Celeste mullets two, two and one, the American Eagle with branch and arrows derived from the Great Seal of the United States charged on the breast with the Commission's earlier round seal inscribed “Postal Regulatory Commission” and the date “2006”, all in gold (yellow).

(2) The official seal of the Postal Regulatory Commission is modified when reproduced in black and white and when embossed, as it appears in this section.

(c) Custody and authorization to affix. (1) The seal is the official emblem of the Postal Regulatory Commission and its use is permitted only as provided in this part.

(2) The seal shall be kept in the custody of the Secretary and is to be used to authenticate records of the Postal Regulatory Commission and for other official purposes.

(3) Use by any person or organization outside of the Commission may be made only with the Commission's prior written approval. Such request must be made in writing to the Secretary.

[78 FR 27045, May 9, 2013. Redesignated at 85 FR 9615, Feb. 19, 2020]
source: 78 FR 27045, May 9, 2013, unless otherwise noted. Redesignated at 85 FR 9615, Feb. 19, 2020.
cite as: 39 CFR 3000.103