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

Terms Used In Utah Code 63F-3-103.5

  • Department: means the Department of Technology Services. See Utah Code 63F-1-102
  • Executive branch agency: means an agency or administrative subunit of state government. See Utah Code 63F-1-102
  • Single sign-on citizen portal: means the web portal described in Section 63F-3-103. See Utah Code 63F-3-102
  • State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes a state, district, or territory of the United States. See Utah Code 68-3-12.5
  • Web portal: means an Internet webpage that can be accessed by a person that enters the person's unique user information in order to access secure information. See Utah Code 63F-3-102
(a)  a web portal through which an individual may access information and services 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 citizen portal allows an individual, at a single point of entry, to:

(a)  access and submit an application for:

(i)  medical and support programs including:

(A)  a medical assistance program administered under Title 26, Chapter 18, Medical Assistance Act, including Medicaid;

(B)  the Children’s Health Insurance Program under Title 26, Chapter 40, Utah Children’s Health Insurance Act;

(C)  the Primary Care Network as defined in Section 26-18-416; and

(D)  the Women, Infants, and Children program administered under 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1786;

(ii)  unemployment insurance under Title 35A, Chapter 4, Employment Security Act;

(iii)  workers’ compensation under Title 34A, Chapter 2, Workers’ Compensation Act;

(iv)  employment with a state agency;

(v)  a driver license or state identification card renewal under Title 53, Chapter 3, Uniform Driver License Act;

(vi)  a birth or death certificate under Title 26, Chapter 2, Utah Vital Statistics Act; and

(vii)  a hunting or fishing license under Title 23, Chapter 19, Licenses, Permits, and Tags;

(b)  access the individual’s:

(i)  transcripts from an institution of higher education described in Section 53B-2-101; and

(ii)  immunization records maintained by the Utah Department of Health;

(c)  register the individual’s vehicle under Title 41, Chapter 1a, Part 2, Registration, with the Motor Vehicle Division of the State Tax Commission;

(d)  file the individual’s state income taxes under Title 59, Chapter 10, Individual Income Tax Act, beginning December 1, 2020;

(e)  access information about positions available for employment with the state; and

(f)  access any other service or information the department determines is appropriate in consultation with the entities described in Subsection (4).

(3)  The department shall develop the single sign-on citizen portal using an open platform that:

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

(b)  allows for optional participation in the portal by a political subdivision of the state; and

(c)  contains a link to the State Tax Commission website.

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

(a)  each state executive branch agency that administers a program, provides a service, or manages applicable information described in Subsection (2);

(b)  the Utah League of Cities and Towns;

(c)  the Utah Association of Counties; and

(d)  other appropriate state executive branch agencies.

(5)  The department shall ensure that the single sign-on citizen portal is fully operational no later than January 1, 2025.

Amended by Chapter 270, 2020 General Session