highway contract route transportation pay cycle
- highway contract route transportation pay cycle (HCR-TPC) - A 28-day (4-week) period that forms one-thirteenth of the fiscal year. It begins on a Saturday and ends at the close of business on the Friday 28 days (4 weeks) later.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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