Postal Computing Environment 

Postal Computing Environment (PCE)  - Includes applications and data, information technology services, and information technology infrastructure. It includes technical information, design rules, configuration details, and procedures appropriate to guide the transition from centralized to distributed computing. It contains rules and procedures that are intended to improve postal computing in a distributed processing environment. In its entirety, it provides a framework for designing business applications and building IT infrastructure.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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