USPS Can’t Find 27 Year Postal Employee’s Official Personnel Folder (OPF)
Several years ago USPS implemented a program to convert all paper personnel folders to electronic folders.
The Postal Service awarded the contract to SOURCECORP BPS, Inc. to convert the files from paper to electronic as part of the Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) program.
USPS said that “Implementation of the eOPF program will not only safeguard employee records but ultimately enable postal employees to have the same round-the-clock access to their records that private sector employees have come to expect.”
However one postal employee in the USPS Bay-Valley District does not have that “round the clock” access.
According to a Postalreporter reader:
USPS cannot find my co-worker’s OPF, she has tried calling all around but they are giving her the run around. My co-worker said she is unable to pull it up on the LiteBlue page it is totally gone. Hopefully you might have some type of info that you can relay back to me for her help.
Does anyone have any info on how this 27- year Postal Employee can a copy of get her OPF?