USPS reminds employees about the new method to update contact information

The Postal Service is reminding you about a new method to provide the organization with your current contact information.

USPS requires you to keep your mailing address and other information up to date so you can receive communications about payroll, health benefits, tax changes and other important topics.

You can use the new Life Changes LiteBlue page to update your information with just a few clicks. Previously, the process for making updates on LiteBlue required multiple steps and wasn’t as user friendly as the new page.

In addition to your address, you can use the page to update your emergency contacts and beneficiary information.

If you have questions, call the Human Resources Shared Service Center weekdays from 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Eastern time at 877-477-3273 (select option 5).


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Is their no justice in the post office. I received an I & I yesterday over an incident where I took a photo after observing two mail handlers not wearing any mask whatsoever, then when I mention it to the dock supervisor and showed him the photo as proof, however I’m the employee who is told to leave the property. The reason I pushed the policy so hard is because I am more susceptible to getting this disease do to my medical issues. I had filed several 1767s and nothing was ever done. This went on for 2 months before… Read more »