What is Liteblue PostalEASE?

The PostalEASE by USPS is a telephone service that allows its employees to make all postal-related transactions. It is a part of the LiteBlue Portal where you can gain access to the allotments liquidated services. This facility allows you to enroll as well as amend your present allotments. You can also make online payments to various plans via this portal. Along with this, you can also view, edit or reject your enrollment in the FEHB program directly more about PostalEASE see: https://ewss.usps.gov/. You can connect to PostalEASE services at 1-877-477-3273.
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Verify that you possess it before login PostalEASE

1) Social Security Number (SSN).
2) USPS Employee ID Number,
3) Your Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you don’t know your PIN, call PostalEASE and follow the prompts to request that your PIN be mailed to your address of record.

How to change the LiteBlue PostalEASE Password?

PosalEASE Liteblue system has a function for changing the password. If you think your self-service password has been compromised or you forgot it, you can use this. Go to the PostalEASE login page at https://ewss.usps.gov to reset your password. The link to reset your password is labeled "If you forgot your password, click here" and can be found above the sign-in form. Simply click on the link to begin. You will be taken to the password reset page at https://ssp.usps.gov/ssp-web/einVerification.xhtml.

You can use PostalEASE to:

• During the FEHB Open Season, alter your current enrollment.
• Choose to become a new employee within 60 days of being hired.
• For Self and Family enrollment, update the information for your dependents; however, you must also directly contact your health plan carrier with this information if you are not changing your enrollment at the same time. If no enrollment transaction has taken place, dependent change information will not be sent to the insurance provider by PostalEASE.

Preparing for PostalEASE FEHB Enrollment

1) Your Employee Identification Number, also known as an EIN, which can be found at the top of your earnings statement. Even if the first number is a zero, enter all eight digits.

2) Your Self-Service Password for the USPS If you have forgotten your SSP, you can reset your password online by logging in with your SSP Credentials and answering two security questions (https://liteblue.usps.gov). Click the "Forgot Password?" link. option. You can set a password at https://ssp.usps.gov if you haven't already in the Self Service Profile application. You can also request that your password be reset at an Employee Self-Service Kiosk, which is available at some facilities, or on the Intranet, from the Blue page, through the website for Human Resources.

3) If you want to use the Employee Self-Service Line to access PostalEASE (1-877-477-3273, option 1), you should have your Employee ID Number (EIN), which is printed at the top of your earnings statement, ready. Enter your USPS PIN and all eight digits, even if the first number is a zero. You can reset a forgotten PIN by contacting the Human Resources Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273, option 5, or by logging into the Self-Service Profile application at the URL https://ssp.usps.gov and following the on-screen instructions. Press 2 after entering your EIN and entering your PIN. Your record address will receive your USPS PIN.

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4) Your phone number during the day.

5) The name of the health insurance plan you're signing up for.

6) f. The enrollment code for the health insurance plan you're signing up for. You can find links to premiums and plan brochures at https://liteblue.usps.gov/openseason25 for the name and enrollment code.

7) The names, addresses, dates of birth, telephone numbers, email addresses, and Social Security numbers of all family members who are eligible to enroll in your health benefits. In addition, you will need the email, mailing, and phone numbers of any eligible family members who do not live with you. The FEHB Program Guide can be found at https://liteblue.usps.gov/fehb, where you can learn more about family member eligibility.

8) The name and policy number of any other group insurance you or any eligible members of your family may have (such as TRICARE, Medicare, or another similar program).

9) The enrollment code of the health benefits plan in which you are currently enrolled, or the plan that you will no longer have after your choice takes effect, if you are switching plans or canceling coverage. Your current plan's enrollment code can be found on your biweekly earnings statement. The three-character code that comes after the letters "HP" or "HT" For instance, you will need to enter the code 105 into PostalEASE for the Blue Cross Self and Family Standard plan, which will be displayed as HP105SLF or HT105FAM. On the OPM website, www.opm.gov/healthcare-insurance/healthcare/plan-information, you can also look at health plan brochures.

About Liteblue ePayroll:

Allows its employees to view their salary structure, current employee benefits, and also retirement benefits on the go. You also get access to e-Travel and net to-bank allotments via this facility. They also get access to their earning statements for the last 40 pay periods. It is a 24*7 facility that has helped the cause of GO GREEN and allowed USPS to work efficiently without harming the environment.