How to Bid For USPS Assignments/Routes?

Hello friends, are you a USPS employee? Then you can bid for assignments/routes through USPS LiteBlue. For the new and current employees who don’t know how to use this portal, today is your day to learn about bidding for assignments/routes.

First, you will understand which ways to bid and the requirements needed for you to access the portal. Therefore, continue reading this guide for all information about how you can bid for assignments/routes.

Bid For USPS Assignments and Routes

Access the USPS LiteBlue Bidding Portal

  • First, you need to be a United States Postal Service employee and a craft employee to access the bidding portal.
  • Next, you need to have an employee ID and USPS PIN.
  • These are the vital requirements you need to have.

Login to the USPS Route/Assignment Bidding Portal

Follow our step-by-step guide if you are new or current employees who have not used the Liteblue USPS portal before.

  • Go to LiteBlue.USPS.Gov Login Page and make sure you have the requirements to access the main page.
  • You will need to log in to the LiteBlue Com portal, and top of the Home page, you will see My HR and Inside USPS.
  • Click on My HR to locate the portal.
  • When you have done so, then go to the right-hand side, and you will see the following;
  1. A Craft Employee
  2. Life Change Event
  3. On Military Duty
  4. Retiring Soon
  • Out of these options, select A Craft Employee. Sub-categories include Uniform Program, Access eJob Bidding, and Access eReassign.
  • Click on Access eJob Bidding.

By doing so, you will have found the eJob Bidding portal.

Let’s move to the next step.

NB: Remember, you cannot access the portal if you are outside the United States of America.

How to Bid for Assignments/Routes Using eJob Bidding?

So, now you know how to login to the portal. It is time to sign in and start bidding for assignments/routes.

  • When you click on Access eJob Bidding, you will be redirected to a new Web Page. you will be required to enter your username and password to log on there.
  • Once you log on, the USPS Job Bidding page will open.
  • You can enter job bids on the page, withdraw job bids, and view your bid list, retreat rights, and job slot information.
  • To bid for assignments/routes, click on Enter Job Bids.
  • Then click on the job posting number to view the available assignments/routes.
  • You will see the various job slots and view them. Click on the Job Number, which is under the Job Slot section.
  • Additionally, you can bid for more than one assignment. When doing so, you should indicate the choices in terms of 1, 2, 3…. etc.

After your selection, you can confirm them by clicking on Submit Job Bids. If you are not ready, you don’t need to submit your selections. Click on Cancel.

NB: You can do this any time of the day or night.

Alternate Way to Bid for USPS Assignment/Route

If you think the eJob Bidding portal is challenging, you can call the HRSSC support service for help in bidding.

How do I Bid on USPS assignments/routes?

To successfully bid on the assignments or routes, you should have a PC or smartphone with a secure internet connection. Then log in to LiteBlue using your USPS details (Employee ID and Password).

How do you bid on a mail contact?

To qualify for bidding for a mail contract, you must fill in the PS Form 5436 and send it to an office near your Zip code.

What is a Bid Cluster in the Post Office?

This is a group of offices with the same first three digits from one city’s zip code.

How does the USPS job bidding work?

The bidding jobs process is automated, and you can use this service 24/7 using your smartphone or computer. But it would help if you had a secure internet connection.

Key Takeaways

Now you don’t have to call HRSSC to bid for assignments or routes. Nonetheless, you can still do so, but now there is an easier way to bid for these services. The only thing you require is to have your work credentials and log in to LiteBlue.

No matter the time, you can bid for assignments/routes. Thank you for taking the time to read this guide. Please comment for any questions about the USPS bidding process, and you will get a solution.