Protecting LiteBlue

To protect employees and the organization from cybercriminals, the Postal Service will require multifactor authentication (MFA) for access to LiteBlue after Jan. 15.

Multifactor authentication is an identity verification method in which users provide two or more confirmation factors to gain access to an online account. It is frequently used by banks and other institutions dealing with sensitive personal information.

When employees log into LiteBlue, they will be required to set up their MFA preferences. Once the MFA setup is enabled, these ID confirmation factors will be required each time employees log in.

Employees can click on “Multifactor Authentication” on the LiteBlue login page at for more information and to view support materials.

’23 stamp updates

The Postal Service has announced release dates and dedication locations for stamps that will be issued from February through May:

Women’s Soccer, Feb. 16, Orlando, FL

$10 Floral Geometry, Feb. 24, San Diego; no ceremony

Patriotic Block, March 1, Liberty, NY; no ceremony

Toni Morrison, March 7, Princeton, NJ

Railroad Stations, March 9, Cincinnati

Art of the Skateboard, March 24, Phoenix

Tulip Blossoms, April 5, Woodburn, OR

Roy Lichtenstein, April 24, New York

Tomie dePaola, May 5, Manchester, NH

Chief Standing Bear, May 12, Lincoln, NE

Endangered Species, May 19, Wall, SD

USPS announced the bulk of its 2023 stamp program in October, with additions announced in December.

Nutrition hacks

Postal Service employees can participate in a new webinar on nutrition hacks to make life quicker, easier and healthier.

The one-hour session, “Game-Changing Nutrition Hacks to Start the New Year,” will be held Jan. 23 at noon EST and will cover:

• How to identify daily struggles that make it hard to eat healthy.

• Where to start and what to foods to eat.

• When to find the time for healthy eating.

Participants must register before the event on the webcast website. After signing up, directions for accessing the webinar will be emailed to each registrant.

Following the session, the webcast will be available for on-demand access.

Participation is voluntary. Nonexempt employees may only participate off the clock or during authorized breaks.

For more information, email the USPS Benefits and Wellness team or visit the USPS Wellness LiteBlue page.