The Postal Service is moving the ACE Web Conferencing Zoom meeting scheduler request process from eAccess to ARIS, the organization’s new platform for requesting access to USPS digital resources.
Starting Aug. 30, employees who want access to become a Zoom meeting scheduler must submit requests through the ARIS website.
Search for “ACE Web Conferencing — Zoom.” The platform can also be accessed by typing ARIS in the Microsoft Edge browser on ACE computers.
Account information for employees who already have approved eAccess to the ACE Web Conferencing Zoom scheduler will move automatically to ARIS.
Additionally, eAccess will continue to process pending Zoom meeting scheduler approval requests through Aug. 23.
After that, Zoom meeting scheduler requests will only be accepted through ARIS.
ACE Web Conferencing Zoom meeting scheduler joins eTravel, which recently moved to ARIS. Other applications — including TACS and eRMS — will move by Sept. 30.
ARIS — short for Access Registration and Identity Services — will effectively replace eAccess, which was introduced 23 years ago and uses legacy technology that is costly to maintain.
The ARIS Blue page has additional information.