Q: What is my.hawaii.gov?
The vision of my.hawaii.gov, is for it to be a portal that allows residents to access the services and information they want from state government on any device, anywhere, anytime – securely and reliably. Citizens will be able to manage and pay for things that relate only to them, from property taxes to car registration to business taxes. The initial release will contain three services with more coming soon, including personalized notices when bills or payments are due as well as notifications for important filing deadlines.
my.hawaii.gov is your government - your way.
Q: How do I sign up for an account?
To sign up for a my.hawaii.gov account, please visit: login.ehawaii.gov
If you aren’t sure if an account has already been created and/or have forgotten your password, please visit the eHawaii.gov Account Password Retrieval page.
Q: Is the site secure?
Security is of the highest priority in development of the my.hawaii.gov portal. Learn more about the security measures we take to ensure your information is secure. Please contact us at 808-695-4620 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
Q: What are some of the services that will be available?
Currently, 7 services are available through my.hawaii.gov.
- MySavings: A fun way to see how much paper, time and mileage you save when you conduct your business with the government online!
- Business Filings: Transactions submitted through Hawaii Business Express will be available in your account. See the status of the filings as they are processed by each agency.
- Camping Reservations: Reservations made on camping.ehawaii.gov for any state park will also be accessible. Download and print your permit from this single location.
- Transaction History: eHawaii.gov currently offers over 100 online services, a growing number of which are tied to your eHawaii user account. View these transactions at a glance, with more services being added each month.
- MyHTSB: Teachers licensed with HTSB can view their license information including license number, expiration date and any amounts due.
- PVL Licenses: Individuals can view any license they hold with the DCCA Professional & Vocational Licensing Division (PVL). Information includes license number, status and expiration date.
- HIePRO: Vendors can view the solicitation information that exists within their state of Hawaii eprocurement account.
Q: Who is behind the development of my.hawaii.gov?
Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC., has contracted with the State of Hawaii and the Office of Information Management and Technology (OIMT) to develop the my.hawaii.gov web portal. At Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC. dba eHawaii.gov, our sole focus is to enable citizens and businesses to conduct business with the government securely and efficiently using all digital channels. We also manage the official website for the State of Hawaii, eHawaii.gov. Our goal is to make interacting with the government easier for the public by bringing services online and improving government efficiency. While HIC operates as a for-profit company, state agencies, counties and local government can, in many cases, work with us at no cost by utilizing our unique self-funded model. Learn more about us at hic.ehawaii.gov.