Have you forgotten your USPS password? Well, we have you covered. Here is this simple tutorial for you that will make this process very easy for you.
USPS is the largest postal service in the United States of America; we all know that, nothing new about it. It has been offering its services to entire America and especially to its 600,000 employees since 1971.
To easily manage all their services, the employees of this organization have been offered a unique portal called LiteBlue USPS. In this post today, we will tell you what you should do in case you forgot the password to your LiteBlue account. This post will be helpful for you if you have forgotten willingly want to change the password.
About LiteBlue USPS
Before the web-based services of this organization was launched, the postal services management was a real challenge. Throughout the entire network, all the functions of managing resources, funding, postal records, and every matter of importance was dealt with through manual operations.
Now, as technology progressed, the LiteBlue USPS organization developed as well, and they ended up creating liteblue.usps.gov. This website manages most of the services of this organization. All the employees of the organization have the rightful access to the portal. There is a broad categorization of all the services offered by the organization through which the flow of information takes place.
Some of the services handled by this system are salary details, work assignments, superior control, and management tools of teams.
Change LiteBlue USPS Password
Every employee at the USPS is given a temporary password and credentials via mail or email by the HR department. However, the users are required to change the passwords sooner or later. There are many reasons why the employee would want to change the password. Probably they have forgotten the password, or it has been compromised, both scenarios call for the urgent need for a password change.
Let’s not delay this any longer and get started.
There are two ways to change your USPS LiteBlue password. Details of both the steps are given below:
This is the easiest way to change the password, all you need to do is access the login page of the USPS and then continue from there.
Follow the steps given below to reach the login page of USPS LiteBlue–
- Click here to access the login page.
- Now that you have reached a page, you will see the tabs where you are supposed to enter your Employee Id and password there. However, these are of no use for us right now.
- Instead, you will see a tab labeled “Forgot Your Password?”, that is the tab you need to select.
- When you click on this tab, you will reach another page where you have to enter your Employee Identification Number (EIN). This number is significant; without this, you cannot make several changes in your account.
However, please note that this service is only available for the citizens of the United States of America and the employees of the United States Postal Services. Legal action can be taken against you if you are found to be making an unauthorized login to the site.
- As soon as you finish entering these details at the required location, press the continue button.
- Now, a new window will appear on the page, and the servers will give you a link to reach to the email address you verified so that you can reach to the page where you can reset the password.
- On this new page, type the new password, confirm it again and then click on the final continue button.
Voila, you have successfully changed your password, this was the first method to change the password, and this is the easiest of the two ways.
You can also access the password reset portal directly from the web, click on this link here: https://reg.usps.com/forgot, now that you have done it, follow the instructions below to get through it.
- The first thing you have to do on reaching the page is, enter your username.
- After you do that, servers will match the details you have given to the features that are stored on the server. Once this match is done, you will be sent an email verification code.
- So, got to your email box and then click on the link you have been emailed.
After this, it is super easy to reset the password.
So, these are the two methods you can follow for changing your password. I hope I was able to explain every detail, if there is something that you weren’t able to understand or if you have any query, feel free to leave a comment. Alternatively, you can also check out these FAQs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the LiteBlue website?
Enter into your web browser or click on the following link: www.liteblue.usps.gov
Q. Do federal employees get health insurance for life?
Yes, but you should be enrolled in the Federal Employees Health Benefits at the time of your retirement and have active coverage.
Q. What does OPM mean in real estate?
OPM is Other People’s Money according to the Rich Dad Fundamentals.
Q. How do I notify OPM of death?
- There are three ways of notifying the OPM of death, and the methods are mentioned below:
- Online: click on the following link to report online: www.opm.gov/reportdeath
- Phone: you can directly call the concerned authority: 1-888-767-6735, the phone lines are open from 7:20 AM to 5 PM.
- Mail: you can write to the concerned authority at the following address: