Provider Digital Access (PRODA) provides secure access to online government services.
You need to know
Provider Digital Access (PRODA) is an online authentication system providers use to securely access government online services.
PRODA is digital and portable. You can use it from anywhere as long as you have access to the internet.
PRODA currently provides access to the following services:
You can only register one PRODA account in your name.
Terms and Conditions
The PRODA terms and conditions outline the requirements you must comply with when you register, or access and use your PRODA account.
What an account can't be used for
You won’t be able to use a PRODA account as a replacement authentication for a:
To access PRODA you must create your own account using your personal details and contact information.
There are several requirements in order to use PRODA.
Using the latest internet browser helps maintain and improve your online security.
Setting up your account profile
Provide your personal identity details, for example your name, gender and date of birth.
Change of name
If the name you used to register your account is different to your identity documents, you need to verify the change of name details using.
Linking your services
Once your individual PRODA account has been verified, you can link to government services through PRODA.
How to log on
The following information outlines how to log on to PRODA
Managing your account profile
You can manage your PRODA account details online in the ‘My Details’ section.
If you have a question about the services you access from your PRODA account, contact the service directly.