To enhance customer service by simplifying access to state on-line services.
Application - A software solution that accomplishes one or more business processes.
New Applications - New application software or replacement of existing application software, including all custom developed software, vendor software, and off-the-shelf software. Maintenance to an existing application is not considered new development.
State of North Dakota Login ID - A unique account created by a user via the State of North Dakota Login System (self-registration system).
Public - An entity, including but not limited to citizens, private businesses, non-profit organizations, etc.
Authenticated Public Access - The act of verifying and granting a user access to one or more online services via the same login ID and password.
Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) - A pseudo-random number used in software applications. The State of North Dakota Login System assigns each newly created account a GUID.
OU - Organizational Unit - A container object used to house other objects.
Business/Organization Use Application - Application where users represent a business or an organization. Example: Purchasing a highway trip permit or reporting sales tax, income tax withholding, or wage reporting information for the business/organization.
Personal Use Application - Application where users represent themselves. Example: Purchasing a fishing license or filing an unemployment insurance claim for yourself.
To allow public access to applicable state on-line services using the same login ID.
This standard applies to all executive branch state agencies including the University Systems Office but excluding other higher education institutions, i.e. campuses and agricultural and research centers.
North Dakota's CIO/CTO directs that IT Policy be created to establish statewide information technology policies and standards as defined within ND Century Code (Chapter 54-59-09).
Non-compliance with this standard shall be reported to the Office of the State Auditor.
Revision Number: 5
Revision Date: 2008-12-14
Effective Date: 2005-09-24
Last Reviewed: 2020-12-08