Login guide for USPS Liteblue ePayroll

The USPS Liteblue ePayroll was created keeping in mind the well-being of the USPS Employees. It is an all-inclusive app, letting the employee manage their salary statements, job accounts, and much more, all through the use of one portal in a super-easy way.

If you’re unsure about how to log in and start enjoying all the features that come with it, this guide will help you along the way. The USPS Liteblue ePayroll has both an online portal and a downloadable app and Employees can easily login through either medium.

To get started however, they will require the USPS Employee ID or EIN which is an 8 digit number always printed on the top of the employees’ earnings statement. They will also have to set up a new USPS SSP password. This is done to ensure total privacy and security on the application. Once you have all the necessary information, you’re ready to go.

How to login into USPS Liteblue ePayroll?

To log in, you just need to follow the following steps:

  1. Go to the official USPS Liteblue ePayroll website at www.liteblue.usps.gov or download the official application and open it.
  2. The Homepage will open up on your screen.
  3. Enter your 8 digit USPS Employee ID in the designated space. Enter the Self Service Profile or SSP password in the space provided.
  4. Once all the information is entered and verified, the Employee will be able to access all the features of the service.

How to set up a Self Service Profile and Password?

The Self Service Profile password is very necessary for every employee and a rudimentary step in the process of logging in. It is unique as it opens up a world of facilities and USPS special applications such as eReassign, eOpf in addition to keeping track of salary script, paid and sick leaves, the structure of income, the number of holidays to be enjoyed, etc.

In the case of new employees that have recently been recruited to be a part of the USPS family, they receive a pre-assigned SSP password in their mail within the first two weeks of employment. The USPS Employee ID or EIN is always printed on the top of the employees’ earnings statement.

The password thus assigned is temporary and shouldn’t be used to login into the USPS Liteblue ePayroll application. It is viable for one-time use only, to create a permanent password by logging into the system at www.ssp.usps.gov. It must be taken into account that the system may also ask the user to change the employee contact email details and ask security-related questions.

The points to be followed while creating a new USPS SSP password are:

  • The password should be within 8-16 characters, and involve the use of numbers, letters, and special characters.
  • Both uppercase and lowercase letters must be included for maximum security.
  • The password must include the use of a number (0-9), at least one special character, a lower-case alphabet letter, and at least one upper-case alphabet letter.
  • The USPS PIN or Personal Identification number cannot be used to set up the new SSP password.

Keeping all these details in mind, you’re now all set to login into your account and enjoy all the employee-centric features.

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