Log in to LiteBlue.USPS.Gov, and view your work schedule online, check your payslips with ePayroll, and search for new job openings within the USPS family.
LiteBlue is the United States Postal Service’s employee website. If you are a new employee, you will need to register a LiteBlue SSP Password to use the system.
Register for LiteBlue.USPS.Gov.
You must have a “USPS Employee ID” and a “USPS Self Service Password” before you sign in to the LiteBlue Portal.
New US Postal employees must register for a “USPS Self Service Password (SSP)”. Vist this link to register. If you wish to change your password, or if you have forgotten it, this is also the page to start at.
The USPS Self Service Password is the same password used for all USPS employee websites and services, including LiteBlue.Usps.gov, eReassign, PostalEASE, eIdeas and eOPF.
To register for a “USPS Self Service Password”, you will also need to enter your USPS Employee ID. Your Employee ID number can be found at the top of your pay slip. It is an 8-digit number.
If you have already changed and acquired a new “USPS Self Service Password”, you can go ahead an log in to the Liteblue employee portal itself.
- Go to https://liteblue.usps.gov/ and the page will automatically re-direct you to the login page.
- Enter your USPS Employee ID number in the correct field.
- Enter your USPS Self Service Password in the correct field.
- Click on “Log On”
That’s it, you wll signed in.
If you have forgotten your password, you can reset your password here.
I Can’t Log in to LiteBlue. What Am I Doing Wrong?
If you are a former USPS employee, you will no longer be able to log in to the LiteBlue system. If you are a new USPS employee, you will have to register for a USPS Self Service Password first.
If you still can’t log in, try:
- Make sure that your CAPS LOCK key is OFF on your keyboard.
- Make sure that your are entering the correct password. Pay attention to upper and lower cases, and make sure there are no spaces at the beginning or end of the entered password.
- Your LiteBlue Employee ID number (EIN) should be 8 digits only. Make sure that you have not included a space after the digits. If your Employee ID number is only 7 numbers, try to add a “0” in front of it.
- Try logging in from another browser, i.e Chrome, Mozilla or Internet Explorer.
- Try logging in in “Incognito Mode”/ “Private Browsing Mode”, or clear your browser cache and cookies.
- Try logging in from another device, such as a mobile phone or another home computer.
LiteBlue Phone Numbers – How to Contact LiteBlue.
Email the USPS internet department at CyberSafe@usps.gov, if you suspect your account has been compromised. You can also can them on by calling 1-866-877-7247.
For other problems, such as login problems or if you have forgotten your password, then contact the HR Shared Service Center on phone number 1-877-477-3273.
The LiteBlue HRSSC normal operating hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 am – 8:30pm EST.
LiteBlue now also have a dedicated Human Resources page, found here. On the HR page you can read more about:
- How to Change My Address
- How to apply for a new USPS Job and information on Careers.
- TSP Return Rates
- Family Leave
- How to Access ePayroll
- How to Access eOPF
- USPS Benefits
- USPS Employment Rights
- USPS Retirement
- USPS Health & Wellness
- Workforce Connection
- Unused Sick Leave.
- Liteblue/ USPS Apps, such as ePayroll, eRetire, eJob Bidding.
If you are still having problems, or have feedback, state your issue below in the comment section.
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