Access Indiana reaches 1 million users

INDIANA — Access Indiana (, a Next Level project initiated by Governor Eric. J. Holcomb and managed by the Office of Technology has surpassed one million users. Access Indiana is a single sign-on system that provides a more streamlined and secure approach to government services. With a single username and password, users can access 43 services.  

Users have access to a variety of services on their personal dashboard including the Indiana Vaccination Portal, DNR Fish & Wildlife, myLicense, INBiz, DRIVE , and more.  

Governor Holcomb

“I urged the creation of Access Indiana to make it more convenient and simple to get services from or do business with the State of Indiana. Access Indiana is an easy, one-stop-shop for a variety of important state government services,” Gov. Eric Holcomb said. “Only two years ago we implemented this portal with only one application – but now with more than 40 services – which previously needed separate logins, users can today use one username and one password to get to them all. That is efficient government service and how we are taking “One Indiana, For All” to the next level.”

Access Indiana went live with its first service in March 2019 and has steadily added new applications. Over the past twelve months, more than 900,000 new users have joined the system.  

Users can update all of their account information, like email and phone number, check notifications such as scheduling a BMV appointment or checking tax refund status, and more by signing in at  

Additional services are continually being added to Access Indiana, with the ultimate goal of needing only one user identity to interact online with the state. 

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