LiteBlue is the United States Postal Service’s official employee website. Use the Liteblue portal to manage benefits, view your payslips, view your schedule, change shifts, and much more.
This is an informational website, intended for help, guides, questions and answers about the Liteblue.Usps.gov website. Please be aware, that a number of “fake” Liteblue websites exist that does not offer a real login page to the Liteblue USPS platform.
The official Liteblue login page can be found here.
If you have a question about Liteblue, then please add it in the comment section.
LiteBlue.USPS.gov is the online web portal for USPS employees. From this portal United States Postal Service can log in to the USPS intranet.
Once logged in, you can:
- Manage your LiteBlue contact details .
- View your income and USPS paystubs.
- Access PostalEASE, and change your benefits selections.
- Check your schedule and work hours online.
- Give feedback to USPS.
- Learn about career advancement and opportunities.
- See recognition honors.
United States Postal Service (USPS) was founded in 1775 and this independent federal agency employs around 650,000 USPS workers. USPS is responsible for the postal service in the United States and is one of the few federal agencies authorized by the United States Constitution.
If you are employed by the United States Postal Service, you have to visit the LiteBlue Employee Portal site in order to view your personal information.
How to register your LiteBlue Self Service Password.
You will need your USPS Employee ID and USPS Self Service Password in order to sign in to the LiteBlue Portal. If you are a new employee, you will need to register for a USPS Self Service Password (SSP), which can be done here. This page is also used if you have forgotten your USPS LiteBlue Password or if you want to change your password.
Your USPS Self Service Password is used to access all USPS self-service websites and applications, including that of LiteBlue.Usps.gov, eIdeas, eOPF, eReassign and PostalEASE.
Please, create a strong and unique password when registering: Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters to create difficult passwords. Please note, that USPS passwords must not contain any part of the user’s name. If you suspect that your password has been compromised then contact the CyberSecurity Operations Center via email at [email protected] or by calling 1-866-877-7247. If you are having problems with setting up a password profile, you can contact the HR Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273, chosing option 5.
Next, you will need to find your USPS Employee ID. Your Employee ID is the number at the top of your earnings statement. It is the 8-digit number which is listed just above the words “Employee ID.”
How to Login to LiteBlue.
Visit the Login page, in order to access LiteBlue.
Enter your Employee ID in the correct box. Enter all eight digits of your Employee ID in the . It’s the number printed above the words “Employee ID” at the top of your earnings statement.
Enter your USPS Password in the correct box. The Self-Service Password is different from your USPS ACE password.
Click on ‘Log On’.
What is the correct LiteBlue login page?
Email and login ‘phishing’ scams are very real in the internet age. A popular way for scammers to lure your login credentials out of unsuspecting customersis to set up a realistic looking, but fake login page.
Makes sure that you are on the correct login page when you enter your login details.
For LiteBlue employees, the correct login page is located at this url: https://liteblue.usps.gov/ and it will look like the image below. When reaching the page, the url will redirect to a unique url, but it will always start with “https://liteblue.usps.gov/”.
The LiteBlue login page is secure. Your Employee ID and Password are encrypted to give you access to LiteBlue. When signing in, you might see a pop-up message saying that you are leaving a secure area, the login page, to a non-secure area – the LiteBlue homepage, which means that you have been successfully logged in. Click “Yes” on the pop-up.
If you visit the PostalEASE website from LiteBlue you will need to log in again.
PostalEase is the United States Postal Service’s telephone enrollment system for Thrift Savings Plans (TSP.gov), benefit plans, transactions, direct deposits and FEHB information.
The correct PostalEASE login page can be found at this url: https://ewss.usps.gov/.
PostalEASE’s employee help phone number is: 1-877-4PS-EASE (1-877-477-3273)
Before calling PostalEASE, you must have your Social Security Number (SSN), Your USPS Employee ID Number, and your Personal Identification Number (PIN) handy. If you don’t know your PostalEASE PIN number, then call PostalEASE and request that your PIN be mailed to your address.
New USPS employees can make an election to their benefits plan within 60 days of their hire. Employees can also enter dependent information to their benefit plans and add children to their plans.
Employees that have access to the LiteBlue website can use the PostalEASE online portal instead of accessing PostalEASE by phone.
Manage your Self Service Profile and Password.
Self Service FAQ