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A new feature that will benefit especially accounting firms and other professional users was introduced in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations.
Danske Bank has announced that it will no longer use conventional code cards, or security cards, after 14 September. This also applies to Suomi.fi e-Identification and all public administration services that use it for identification purposes.
Making acting on behalf of another party in social welfare e-services easier – a separate Suomi.fi mandate code for social welfarePublished 8/22/2019
A separate e-services mandate code has now been specified for social welfare in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations. With the new mandate code, allowing an assignee to act on behalf of another party is easy. The mandate code specifies the matters in which the assignee can act on behalf of the assignor. The mandate code has been jointly specified by the National Institute for Health and Welfare and the Population Register Centre.
During the beginning of this year (January to May) the amount of transactions on behalf of another party reached over 6.5 million, which is over 1.6 million transactions per month.
Your own proof of identity is now sufficient for collecting another person's prescription medicines from the pharmacy provided that you have received an e-Authorisation in the Suomi.fi service. This change will particularly help with the daily life of families with children and those taking care of their spouse’s affairs.
The new user interface for Suomi.fi e-Authorizations has been introduced on Tuesday 11 June.
Information on the selection of the place of treatment will be available in the Suomi.fi Web ServicePublished 5/9/2019
Content about choosing health services, published on the Choosehealthcare.fi website, will be moved to the Suomi.fi Web Service.
Suomi.fi explains how you satisfy the requirements of activation model.
The details from the National Agency for Education’s Koski service have been added to the Suomi.fi Web Service’s Registers section.
State employees take up skiing: If 100,000 citizens activate electronic messages from the authorities, the authorities promise to ski 10,000 kilometresPublished 2/8/2019
The Population Register Centre and the Finnish Tax Administration invite Finnish citizens to move to electronic communication with state authorities instead of paper mail. If 100,000 Finns activate the Suomi.fi Messages service by the end of February, Population Register Centre Director General Janne Viskari and Tax Administration Director General Markku Heikura, together with their colleagues, promise to clock up 10,000 kilometres on cross-country skis.