Register for Centrelink Confirmation eServices
A business that is a legal entity can register to use Centrelink Confirmation eServices (CCeS).
Before you start
Your business must be a legal entity to use CCeS. A legal entity is an association, corporation, partnership, proprietorship, trust or individual that has legal standing according to the law.
A legal entity has legal capacity to enter into agreements or contracts, assume obligations, incur and pay debts, sue and be sued in its own right and to be held responsible for its actions.
You must have all of the registrations, licences and accreditations required by any Commonwealth, state, territory or local government.
Download and read the:
- CCeS Policy
- CCeS Terms – specific operation and requirements of this service
- CCeS Procedural Guide - guidance on the service delivery and programme assurance arrangements that apply to individuals and businesses that are approved to use the service
To apply for CCeS, download and complete the:
- CCeS Business Application form
- Business Online Services - User Details form. This form allows you to apply for access to Centrelink Business Online Services
Fax both your Business Application and Business Online Services – User Details forms to us.
We’ll tell you the outcome of your application.
We’ll also contact you to discuss your application, customer consent requirements and how to access the service if your application is approved. If your application isn’t approved we’ll advise you in writing.
You have the right to appeal any decision we make.
Read more about reviews and appeals.