USPS employees are required to reset Self Service Profile (SSP) password after April 24, 2022

Memorandum to Local Presidents (March 22, 2022) pdf

All employees will be required to reset their Self Service Profile (SSP) password after the April 24, 2022 effective date, see the attached notification. If changed prior to April 24, 2022, it will have to be changed again as the system will require a reset of all passwords on April 24th. The Self Service Password is used to access various resources to include: LiteBlue, PostalEase, ePayroll, eRetire, eOPF, eReassign, IdeaSmart and HERO. Employees will not have access to these applications until their password is reset. Once reset, the password will be immediately available to access those applications.

The new password requirements are as follows:

  • SSP passwords must be 15 characters in length.

  • The last 5 passwords cannot be reused.

  • The password cannot contain the employees first name, last name or the Employee Identification Number (EIN).

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