Liteblue is the Employee self-service web-based intranet portal designed for the employees of the USPS Logistics company. It features the various confidential employee services like accessing paystub, checking 401k, employee benefits, print/view w-2, checking career development, service performance, raising the tickets and complaints. Through this Self Service Profile (SSP), you can able to access the Liteblue, eldeas, eOPF, eReassign and PostalEASE applications. Each and every employee working in the USPS company can able to access the Liteblue with the unique login credentials provided to them. Let’s know about login instructions, FAQ and more information about the liteblue.
If you are returning user of the liteblue usps portal and have no issues with the User ID and Password then you can follow the below instructions to log in to the portal. If you have some concerns with the user entails, skip to next appropriate sections.
- Visit the official website : liteblue.usps.gov
- Enter the Employee ID
(It is an 8 Digit number which is printed on Top of your earnings statement under ‘Employee ID’ Label
- Enter the USPS Password
It is the password that you have created on the Self Service Profile (SSP) application. It is used to access a variety of USPS self-service apps including LiteBlue, eldeas, eOPF, eReassign and PostalEASE.
If you have forgotten the password of SSP portal you can do these following troubleshooting steps to reset your password and create a new one
- Visit the Following Web Address : liteblue.usps.gov
- Click on “Forgot Password”.
- Enter the Employee Identification Number (EIN) ( It’s an 8 digit number printed on the earnings statement).
- You’ll be queried about the answers to the security questions that you had set up while creation of the SSP for the first time.
- Upon the successful validation, you can able to reset the password and access your liteblue usps account again.
Liteblue New Registration?
If you haven’t created liteblue usps gov account / SSP before you can set up a new account and gain access
- Visit the Self Service Profile Homepage liteblue.usps.gov
- Click on Forgot Password
- Enter the EIN Number and Verify the Employee ID
- Now you’ll be redirected intranet of the portal where you need to submit the “New Password and Confirm Password” and click Next
- Select Appropriate security questions and provide the answers (Remember or note them), they will be used for troubleshooting if you have forgotten the SSP login details in future
- Enter the e-Mail and Confirm email address fields and click on the next button.
- You can skip and add email later by checking on “skip email and update later”
- Review everything and if everything is correct, submit the details
- You have successfully created the new user account at usps liteblue. Now you can access the dashboard with the Employee ID and Password that you’ve provided while registration
- If you face any errors you can contact USPS Human Resources Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273, and selecting option 5 or TDD/TTY – 866-260-7507.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is SSP?
SSP stands for the self-service profile which is exclusively incorporated for the usps employees to maintain the employee internal works convenient, confidential and secure. SSP is a combination for accessing Liteblue, eldeas, eOPF, PostalEase and eReassign web applications at one stop.
- IS SSP Secure?
SSP is protected with the HTTPS protocol, one cannot able to intercept the information between the server and client which makes the website completely secure
- I Forgot my SSP Password!
If you had forgotten the password of Liteblue you can reset the password by providing the EIN number and answers to few security questions, which has been explained briefly under the “Forgot Password” Section above. Jump to that
- Can I still use my PIN?
You can use your PIN only on the IVR (Interactive Voice Response) over the phone lines. Your EIN and PIN can be used to access the JOBbidding IVR, PostalEASE IVR and HRSSC IVR authentication. The liteblue usps gov self-service profile requires the Employee ID and password for getting access into the digital platform
- How to Find My Employee ID?
You can find your employee ID in two ways
1. Check the USPS Pay stub, your employee ID will be printed on the top
2. You can access the USPS blue page and log in to eAccess section, you can find the EIN on the tab labeled as “My profile”
- Who can access SSP?
Every employee of USPS can able to access the SSP platform if you are an employee of usps and new to the SSP you can create the new account by providing required details and become a user of SSP. Please check the “New Registration” section for more details
- Why should I Provide Email Address at Liteblue.gov ?
An email address may be required to reset the password, changes in the security questions, pin reset and changes in the email itself.
- What if I don’t provide the email address?
All the communications from the USPS will be delivered to your provided address via USPS First class Letter
- What if I don’t create a new password?
If you dont create the password at SSP you can’t able to access the liteblue and its subsidiaries through the web platform, but you can access IVR provided services using the EIN and PIN over the telephone line.
- What are the Security Questions provided while signing up?
Security questions are sort of backup walls through which you can retain the SSP password in case if you have forgotten it. It necessary to memorize or note down the provided details in order to reset your password in future use
- USPS Shared Service Center Contact Number?
You can contact the Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273, selecting option 5.
All about USPS
The United States Postal Service is the largest logistics company in the US operated by US federal government and responsible for providing the postal service throughout the country. The Post office department (root) was created in 1792 by Franklin operation and emerged as on the largest postal service in the world. It has 644,124 active employee base under them as per 2014 which makes them 3 largest civilian employers in the USA behind Walmart and the federal government. As of 2017 USPS has 30,825 post offices widely spread throughout the country delivering the packages to every corner. Fedex and UPS Compete with USPS and takes a large piece of the pie in terms of the marketplace. It provides General domestic services, Bulk mail, International services with promising delivery times.
USPS Employee Benefits
- Health Insurance
Employees of usps are offered with substantial health benefits, it got collaborated with the FEHB Program providing excellent coverage and flexibility. It offers various plans including and not limited for fee-for-service, HMO’s. Employee Premium contributions are not completely subjected to the taxes they are dispersed in the various compensative plans in which health is the primary concern.
It provides the federal retirement program which provides pension and disability coverage. Terms and conditions applied
- Life Insurance
You are benefited with Federal Employee’s Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) with basic coverage plan for free by the postal service. You can also extend to premium plans through your payroll deductions
- Thrift Savings Plan
- Commuter Program
- Career Development & Training
- Social Security & Medicare
- Dental and Vision Insurance
- Long-Term Care Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts