Liteblue USPS Login.
This is how you sign in to the USPS Liteblue website quickly, as a current employee.
The official Liteblue log in page can be found at the https://liteblue.usps.gov/. If you enter this address in your internet browser, then page will re-direct to: https://liteblue.usps.gov/wps/portal.
You need your USPS Employee ID and USPS Self Service Password to sign in to LiteBlue.
Your Employee ID is easy to find, simply look at the top of your earnings payslip/statement. It is the 8-digit number printed just above “Employee ID.”
Then, find the Employee ID and USPS Password boxes at the bottom of the login page and enter your credentials, paying attention to Upper and Lower case letters.
You will need to register for a SSP password at www.SSP.Usps.Gov, to register your profile, if you are a first time user.
LiteBlue USPS Gov Login Security.
The LiteBlue login page is secure. When you enter your Employee ID and Password, they are encrypted and validated to give you access to LiteBlue.
The login page uses secure technology to protect your personal data (ID and Password). But the LiteBlue news and information pages do not contain your sensitive employee data – so they don’t need additional encryption or security.
You may see a pop-up message saying that you are about to go from a secure area – the login page – to a non-secure area – the LiteBlue homepage. The message means that the login was completed successfully and you are now being directed to the non-secure area of LiteBlue. Click “Yes” on this pop-up to continue to LiteBlue.
If you click on PostalEASE from LiteBlue you will need to log in again, since you are entering another secure site that protects USPS employee data. The PostalEASE website is secure. The “Https” prefix in the browser address (“s” stands for secure).
Liteblue USPS Employee Login on Mobile Phones.
Thers is no external Liteblue App available at the moment from Play Store,
You will need to access the www.Liteblue.USPS.Gov website with your mobile phone browser, and log in.
Some browsers have problems opening eOPF files. If you experience a problem, then try another mobile browser, such as Mozilla Firefox, Chrome or Internet Edge.
Liteblue Usps Sign In.
Problems, FAQ and Help.
How do I sign in to Liteblue USPS Gov?
- Visit https://liteblue.usps.gov/.
- Enter your Usps Employee ID.
- Enter your Liteblue Usps Self Service Password.
- Click on “Log On”.
I’m a new USPS employee. How do I get a USPS SSP password?
Your USPS Self Service Password is needed to access a variety of USPS self-service applications including LiteBlue. If you have not set up your password in the USPS Self Service Profile (SSP) website, or you have forgotten your Self Service Password, then visit https://ssp.usps.gov/ssp-web/welcome.xhtml and follow the instructions.
I cannot log in to Liteblue USPS. Why not?
- Make sure that you have set up a USPS SSP password.
- Check that you are typing the USPS Employee ID (8 digits) and password correctly. Check that the CAPS LOCK button is OFF.
- Check that you do not include any “SPACES” in the password or ID number by mistake.
- Update your browser to the latest version.
- Try logging in from another browser, i.e Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Mozilla.
- Try logging i to USPS Liteblue in “Private/Incognito Mode”.
- Try signing in to Liteblue from another device or computer.