USPS in market for payroll tax reporting system

The U.S. Postal Service is seeking industry input for a commercially available payroll tax payment and reporting software system.

In a recent notice, USPS said the software must be able to import payment data from its current system and provide check payment information to the service's Accounts Payable division through an automated payment calendar.

The software must meet all government payroll tax mandates for deposits, quarterly and annual returns, and electronic filing and reporting requirements, the notice said.

Interested vendors should submit product information to the Postal Service by April 14.

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