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State of Utah Single Sign-on Business Portal

In the 2016 Legislative Session, Representative Bruce Cutler sponsored HB96 requiring the Department of Technology Services create a single sign-on business portal. The department is charged to create a web portal that allows a person doing business in the state to access, at a single point of entry, all relevant state-collected business data about the person, including information related to:

  • business registration;

  • workers’ compensation;

  • tax liability and payment; and

  • other information collected by the state that the department determines is relevant to a person doing business in the state.

By enabling a single sign-on process that extends across agencies, the state can create a new model for serving businesses and citizens by providing a more personalized view of all of the services that are relevant to the individual user. This model will enable state government to provide services through an integrated approach similar to what users are accustomed to with Amazon and other successful online businesses. A prototype of the business portal was completed in October 2016 and presented to agency executives. The prototype is designed to help businesses connect to all of the services and interactions they perform with the state through a single portal and login process. Check out the Two Year Plan here.