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PostalEASE Liteblue Login

On May 17, 2020, Posted by , In Liteblue USPS, By , , With 14 Comments


PostalEASE is a service exclusively available to USPS employees. Its main purpose is to allow staff to enrol in the various USPS employee benefit plans, including the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan (FEHB). For your convenience, this service is available both online, on Liteblue, and over the phone.

To access this service online, USPS staff must use a dedicated online portal. This is available via any web browser, using the company’s intranet network, or via employee self-service kiosks. Irrespective of which method you use to access this service, you will need to use your Employee Identification Number, a password, a PIN number, and your social security number or SSN.

What Can I Use PostalEASE Liteblue for?

This service has been created so that you can view and manage the various employee benefit schemes you may be entitled to, such as the Thrift Savings Plan. Using this platform, you can enrol in those schemes, arrange direct deposits, and change your monthly contributions to the schemes you are enrolled in.

As an USPS employee, you can also use this service to update personal information relevant to your Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan. For example, you can use this service to add or remove dependants as needed, to reduce benefits coverage, or to cancel enrolment.

If you prefer to make any of these transaction over the telephone, you can do so by calling 1-877-4PS-EASE or 1-877-477-3273.

PostalEASE Login.

How can I log in to the PostalEASE Liteblue website?

  1. This employee portal is available online at
  2. Before you can access the main site, you will be asked to click on the ‘Agree’ button and accept the terms of service.
  3. Next, you will be presented with a log in form. Enter your Employee Identification Number and password as required in the relevant fields. You must use your USPS self-service password. If this is your first time using any USPS self-service applications, you can set up your password by following the ‘Click here’ link.
  4. After entering your ID and password, click on ‘Submit’ and you will be redirected to your employee account page.

If you prefer to access this service by telephone, call the number listed in the previous section and have your Employee ID, PIN, and social security number ready. PIN numbers can be requested by phone, but for security reasons they can only be mailed. It usually takes 10 days to receive a PIN number or PIN reminder.

PostalEASE Liteblue Login.

You can also access PostalEASE through the familiar Liteblue log in page at

Enter your Employee Identification Number and SSP password, then click on “Logon” to log in to PostalEASE at If you are having problems logging in to Liteblue, then visit the troubleshooter at the USPS Liteblue Login page.

Can I Change My PostalEASE Password?

Yes, the PosalEASE Liteblue system features a password reset function. You can use this if you have forgotten your self-service password or if you think it may have been compromised. To reset your password, go to the PostalEASE login page at The password reset link is located above the log in form and is labelled ‘If you forgot your password, click here.’ All you need to do is click on the link. It will take it you to the password reset page. Then, follow the prompts.

14 Comments so far:

  1. Linda Howard says:

    I need a duplicate W2-40. I cannot access liteblue. I do not have my pin and cannot log in .Please contact me with information so I can do this.

  2. Michael K Harrell says:

    i have recently been diagnosed with covid 19. i understand that covid leave ends on 9/30. i have also been informed that there is a government program designed to continue my salary. Can you provde me with any information on the subject?

  3. Ralph D. Gayle says:

    i need to find out how to set up my Wounded Warrior Program with the Post Office, I was told that I have to be enrolled before i can use the Wounded Warrior Sick Leave, if this is true there is no one telling how to use it. or setting it up, can you guide me through the process?

  4. jim beck says:

    where to find job openings in my local district?

  5. Janice vonFettweis says:

    I need to sign up for health insurance. My step up date is August 24th.
    I am a CCA and had trouble getting insurance. Let me know what insurance I can get at this time.
    I was not elegable for insurance at the time of the grace period too new. let me know what I can do. I need health insurance. Mass Health dropped me.

  6. Eglin Hicks says:

    Good evening, I’m having trouble trying to get into the payroll site, every time I click on the payroll it doesn’t take me to the site. This had happen to me lately in the last month or so. Sometime it takes, but here lately Iim having a lot of trouble. Thank you.,

  7. Brenda Poole says:

    I recently asked to be transferred to the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area. To date I have not heard from those in charge of this reassignment. Can someone reach out to me, and let me know if positions are available for a regular city carrier. I worked at Ralph Mcgill Carrier Facility in Atlanta Ga. 30306.

  8. its me says:

    I need the IT Department to get up and do something about the Liteblue site. I’m having problems login
    into my e-payroll account. I don’t understand what the problem is with using Liteblue or Postalease.
    Ever since Covid came to visit it’s been one issue after another.

  9. Sandra Dunston says:

    Not receiving Lowes, pay stubs how can I change that?

  10. Buster Williams says:

    I haven’t use liteblue, or postal ease in the last five years need help to reset everything.

  11. Saundra Powell-Green says:

    I need to change my health insurance coverage. I do not have my pin and cannot log on lite blue. I need to do this doing the open season.

  12. Connie Broaders says:

    my husband turn 65 he has Medicare how can I get him off my Insurance

  13. LaShann Taylor says:

    I need a duplicate W-2. I can’t access liteblue.

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