The Postal Service will soon move eTravel from eAccess to ARIS, the organization’s new platform for accessing USPS digital resources.
Requests for access to eTravel will no longer be accepted through eAccess after Tuesday, July 20, at 9 a.m. EDT.
Beginning Monday, July 26, at 9 a.m. EDT, employees can make new requests for eTravel access, or modifications, through ARIS.
Employees will not be able to make requests for access to eTravel during the week-long transition period.
Microstrategy reports eTravel requests will continue to be processed through eAccess.
To access ARIS, type https://aris.usps.gov in the Microsoft Edge browser.
Featuring improved security and easier access to applications, ARIS — short for Access Registration and Identity Services — will effectively replace eAccess, a 23-year-old system that uses legacy technology.
The ARIS Blue page has additional information on how to use the platform.