(1)  The department shall, in consultation with the entities described in Subsection (4), design and create a single sign-on business portal that is:

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(a)  a web portal through which a person may access data described in Subsection (2), as agreed upon by the entities described in Subsection (4); and

(b)  secure, centralized, and interconnected.

(2)  The department shall ensure that the single sign-on business portal 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:

(a)  business registration;

(b)  workers’ compensation;

(c)  beginning December 1, 2020, tax liability and payment; and

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

(3)  The department shall develop the single sign-on business portal:

(a)  using an open platform that:

(i)  facilitates participation in the web portal by a state entity;

(ii)  allows for optional participation by a political subdivision of the state; and

(iii)  contains a link to the State Tax Commission website; and

(b)  in a manner that anticipates the creation of the single sign-on citizen portal described in Section 63F-3-103.5.

(4)  In developing the single sign-on business portal, the department shall consult with:

(a)  the Department of Commerce;

(b)  the State Tax Commission;

(c)  the Labor Commission;

(d)  the Department of Workforce Services;

(e)  the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget;

(f)  the Utah League of Cities and Towns;

(g)  the Utah Association of Counties; and

(h)  the business community that is likely to use the single sign-on business portal.

(5)  The department shall ensure that the single sign-on business portal is fully operational no later than May 1, 2021.

Amended by Chapter 270, 2020 General Session