USPS Liteblue Frequently asked questions

USPS Liteblue Frequently Asked questions: 

1. For what reason do I need another Password? 

The new secret phrase to get to online HR self-administration applications will make your own data increasingly secure. You should enter your new secret key to get to all online HR self-administration applications as of April 28, 2014. 


2. What occurs on the off chance that I don't make another secret phrase? 


In the event that you don't make another secret word by April 28, 2014, you won't have the option to get to online HR self-administration applications (for example LiteBlue, PostalEASE, eOPF, eReassign, and eIDEAS). 


3. Where do I go to make my new secret key? 


Another site has been worked for you to make and deal with your new secret key. It's designated "Self-Service Profile" — or SSP for short. You can discover the site at ssp.usps.gov. There is likewise a connection on the LiteBlue login page to the SSP site. It is situated toward the finish of the "Here are the means by which you sign on:" segment and says "click here". 


4. What is the Self-Service Profile (SSP)? 


Self-Service Profile or SSP is a safe application that enables USPS workers to oversee how they sign in to LiteBlue, PostalEASE, eReassign, eIDEAS, and eOPF. 


5. What do I do in the event that I didn't get a letter with my impermanent secret key? 


By April 28, 2014, you ought to have gotten a letter at your street number of records with a transitory secret word. Notwithstanding, on the off chance that you didn't get a letter with your transitory secret phrase, you can either: 


A. Go to ssp.usps.gov and click on "Overlooked Password?" and pursue the prompts on the returned screen to make your new secret phrase. Note: You should realize your Personal Identification Number (PIN) If you give an email address, a confirmation connection will be sent to that email address. You should tap on that confirmation interface, inside 72 hours, to finish the arrangement of your new secret phrase. 


B. On the off chance that your endeavors to reset your secret key are as yet fruitless, contact the HR Shared Services Center (HRSSC) at 1-877-477-3273, choice 5 or TDD/TTY – 866-260-7507 for another brief secret word. The HRSSC will give you an impermanent secret key. You should set up your SSP profile to make a lasting secret phrase that can be utilized on the HR Self Service applications 


6. Will I get an affirmation when I make changes to my SSP Profile? 


Truly. On the off chance that you give an email address in your SSP Profile (either a USPS email address or individual email address), you will get affirmation of any progressions to your SSP Profile by email to that email address. On the off chance that you don't give an email address in your SSP Profile, you will get affirmation of any progressions at your location of record by First-Class Mail. 


7. For what reason would I say I was approached to give an email address when setting up my SSP Profile? 


Your email address will enable you to all the more effectively deal with your secret phrase and empower prompt secret key resets. Your email address will likewise be utilized to tell you of changes that you make to your profile, for example, secret key resets, changes to your security questions, 4-digit USPS PIN resets, changes to your email address, and affirmation when there are changes to your SSP Profile. In any case, as recently expressed, you don't need to enter an email address on the SSP site. 


8. What occurs in the event that I don't enter an email address? 


In the event that you don't supply an email address in your SSP Profile, all interchanges from SSP will be sent to your location of record by First-Class Mail. For instance, on the off chance that you have to reset your secret key, a brief secret key will be sent to your location of the record on the off chance that you didn't give an email address. 


9. Consider the possibility that I overlook my SSP secret key. 


On the off chance that you overlook your SSP secret key, you can reset your secret key by going to ssp.usps.gov. 


· Click on the "Enter SSP" button. "Oneself Service Profile Login" screen will show. 


· Click on the "Overlooked Password?" connect and the application will lead you through the means to set up or reset your secret phrase. Note: You should realize your Personal Identification Number (PIN). 


10. For what reason would I say I was denied access to my SSP Profile? 


In the event that you make 6 bombed endeavors to enter your secret key, you will be bolted out of the SSP application for 15 minutes. Attempt to sign on later with your right EIN and SSP secret phrase. 


11. When do I utilize my SSP secret key? 


The SSP secret word is utilized alongside your EIN to accessLiteBlue, PostalEASE, eReassign, eIDEAS and eOPF. 


12. Could my SSP secret key be equivalent to my ACE secret key?

Your SSP secret phrase can be whatever you need, as long as it adheres to the principles gave to guarantee a solid secret phrase is made.

edit

No comments: