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liteblueuspsgov

liteblue usps gov

Reported by liteblueuspsgov | April 17th, 2020 @ 03:50 AM

LiteBlue is here to help you to communicate faster and stay connected. It's packed with the information you want about career development, revenue and service performance, products, recognition — you name it. You also have secure access to PostalEASE through LiteBlue to check, and during open season, change your benefits selections.

Check back often, because LiteBlue will continue to evolve — to transform — and deliver results that serve you better. It's the postal way!

Reminder, as of April 28, 2014, use your SSP Password for Self Service Web applications; use your USPS Personal Identification Number (PIN) for Self Service IVRs (Interactive Voice Response Systems).

Here's how you log on:
You'll need your Employee ID and USPS Self Service Password to log on to
LiteBlue USPS.

Your Employee ID is easy to find — just look at the top of your earnings statement. It's the 8-digit number printed just above the words "Employee ID."

Your USPS Self Service Password is the new security standard as of April 28, 2014 that is used to access a variety of USPS self-service applications including LiteBlue. If you have not set up your password in the Self Service Profile (SSP) application or you have forgotten your Self Service Password

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LiteBlue is united states Government website is designed and used only for postal service employees. <a href="https://www.liteblueusps.live">Liteblue</a> will help people in their career, benefits, and keep everyone connected with policies that affect their Job. Anyone should not use LiteBlue USPS to assist their performance of work for the Postal Service outside of their schedule or approved work time.

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