NIC Hawaii and the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT) are pleased to announce the launch of Buy Hawaii, Give Aloha, a platform that was created to feature made-in-Hawaii products and to provide greater exposure to local businesses experiencing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kama‘aina and out-of-state consumers can access the free website at buy.hawaii.gov to find their favorite brands and discover made-in-Hawaii products…
Read more… Buy Hawaii, Give Aloha Showcases Locally Made Products Online
Convenient online service makes first mail-in voting process easy and efficient.
The City and County of Honolulu’s Elections Division has announced that Oahu voters who need replacement ballots can now make a request through the Online Ballot Replacement Request System website available at hnlvote.ehawaii.gov and via www.honoluluelections.us.
NIC Hawaii and the State of Hawaii Office of Enterprise Technology Services are pleased to announce the launch of the redesigned Hawaii.gov, portal.ehawaii.gov. Serving as the official website for the state, the site makes it easy for citizens to learn about and interact with Hawaii government, featuring the latest COVID-19 health, business and travel information, in addition to other relevant content curated for residents, business owners and visitors.
The Liquor Licenses and Permits service for the County of Hawaii, Department of Liquor Control has been expanded to include renewal of liquor licenses.
During the annual renewal period of May 15 – June 30, 2019, licensees can visit: liquorpermits.ehawaii.gov to begin their renewal application. After entering their liquor license number, users will be able to see the renewal fee, licensee information, license type information, and mailing and business…
Read more… Liquor License Renewals Now Available for Hawaii County Businesses
Today, starting a business in Hawaii is easier than ever when using Hawaii Business Express (HBE). The State of Hawaii, Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs’ (DCCA) Business Registration Division (BREG) has redesigned their entire suite of business services from the ground up to better serve Hawaii’s business community.
A fresh and unified design that also works on mobileImproved organization and navigation across the entire suite of business…
Read more… Announcing the Redesigned Hawaii Business Express
The Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) Professional and Vocational Licensing Division (PVL) is announcing the launch of the online Self-Printing service at MyPVL: pvl.ehawaii.gov/mypvl.
Effective April 18, 2019, license pocket ID cards and wall certificates are now available for immediate download and printing at no cost to licensees. The updated pocket ID card provides additional consumer protection with a QR code design imprint, in which consumers can…
Read more… Self-Printing Service for Hawaii Professional Licensees Available at MyPVL
The Hawaii Department of Health, Disability and Communication Access Board (DCAB) has launched its electronic Plan Review Submission System at dcab.ehawaii.gov/fau.
The plan review transmittal forms can now be completed and submitted online along with the plan drawings. Upon determination of the review fee, the submitter will have the ability to pay for the review fee either by credit card or check. The online system will also provide an electronic review process…
Read more… Hawaii Ensures Accessibility of Government Facilities with an Electronic Submission and Review Process
MEDMJ, the Hawaii State Department of Health Medical Cannabis Registry application, has now been expanded to include registration of out-of-state patients. In addition, all out-of-state and most in-state patients can obtain their 329 Medical Cannabis Card electronically, 24/7.
For new out-of-state patients, registration is completed in 4 easy steps: 1) verify that you have both a valid Medical Cannabis card from another U.S. state or territory, and either a…
Read more… Out-of-State Medical Cannabis Patients Can Now Register Using the Hawaii MEDMJ Medical Cannabis Registry Application
The Hawaii Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) has launched its Clean and Sober Home Registry for providers to begin registering their homes voluntarily at cshome.ehawaii.gov.
Act 193 Session Laws of Hawaii 2014 Relating to Group Homes established a voluntary Clean and Sober Home registry to help those in recovery from alcohol or drug addiction to more easily find and access a stable, alcohol and drug-free home-like living environment in residences that comply with federal, state and county requirements and standards. A key…
Read more… Hawaii’s Clean and Sober Home Registry Provides Support for Recovery Efforts
Hawaii small businesses can now register online with the State of Hawaii through the Hawaii Awards & Notices Data Systems website. The registration can be completed in three easy steps: First, verify that your business meets the size standards for a small business established by the Small Business Administration. Second, create an eHawaii.gov account. Lastly, complete the small business registration form.
In July 2017, the Hawaii State Legislature mandated…
Read more… Hawaii Small Business Registration now available on the Hawaii Awards & Notices Data System (HANDS)