Suomi.fi services are based on legislation, and because of this the majority of services provided by authorities are available in the Suomi.fi web service. Legislation aims to improve the accessibility, quality, information security, inter-operability and steering of public services, as well as to promote the effectiveness and productiveness of public administration.
Legislation stipulates that organisations either have an obligation or right to use Suomi.fi services.
Organisations that are obligated to use the services include
Bodies that are obligated to use Suomi.fi must
Additionally, some public sector organisations have the right to use all the Suomi.fi services. Private sector organisations have a limited right to use Suomi.fi Messages.
For more information on the obligation imposed on the public administration and the private sector and their rights to use the Suomi.fi services see the legislation page in the Service Management web site (in Finnish and Swedish)Opens in a new window..
Does your organisation want to use the Suomi.fi services?
Suomi.fi services can be adopted by public administration organisations and the private sector, but Suomi.fi e-Identification and Suomi.fi Messages can only be used by public administration organisations. The Suomi.fi Service Management web site contains information and provides support in the introduction and administration of Suomi.fi services.