The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA), Insurance Division is pleased to announce all active licensees may now print their active insurance licenses, at no cost, online at using the insurance licensee service.
“We’re extremely pleased to offer this new online service, which has been highly requested from the insurance industry,” said Insurance Commissioner Gordon Ito. “This is a continuation of the Insurance Division’s efforts to provide easy, efficient, and paperless online services for our licensees.”
The Hawaii Insurance Licensee Services website enables 24/7 access to the printing of licenses, license searches, license renewals, and continuing education searches. It was created through a partnership with Insurance Division and the state’s internet portal manager, Hawaii Information Consortium. The service is one of many online services for citizens and businesses offered through the state’s official website, eHawaii.gov.
About DCCA Insurance Division
The Hawaii Insurance Division oversees the Hawaii insurance industry, issues licenses; examines the fiscal condition of Hawaii-based companies; reviews rate and policy filings; and investigates insurance-related complaints.
This service was launched as part of the eHawaii State Portal Program. Pursuant to chapter 27G, Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Portal Program is overseen by the Access Hawaii Committee, which collaborates with provider Hawaii Information Consortium (HIC) along with state and county agencies to continually identify new online services to be added to the portal.
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