Government Sign-In by Verified.Me

The best way to manage your passwords

Access more than 80 services with the same username and password

Through our partnership with the Government Sign-In by Verified.Me service, you can use your online banking login and password to access more than 80 federal government websites. Whether you're filing your tax return or applying for a mortgage, accessing your personal information has never been easier.

Benefits of Government Sign-In by Verified.Me

  • Convenient: Don't waste time looking for your login information.
  • Simple: Access all the government services you need with your National Bank login details.
  • Secure: You're protected against identity theft and information is kept private.

How does it work?

Go online

Visit the website of a federal government service offering the Government Sign-In by Verified.Me1 service and click on Continue to Sign-In Partner. A window will open with a list of partners: Click on the National Bank logo.

Sign in

You will be redirected to the online bank’s sign‑in page. Enter your card number and password. When you sign in to the government site for the first time, you'll need to provide personal information to confirm your identity.

Access your information

You can now access various government portals as well as important personal information.

Consult your Canada Revenue Agency file using Government Sign-In by Verified.Me.


Little details that matter

National Bank's rigorous security measures for your online bank also apply when you access online services through Government Sign-In by Verified.Me.

The only information National Bank provides to Government Sign-In by Verified.Me is a random number generated when you first sign in. Every time you use the Government Sign-In by Verified.Me system, this same number is used to establish a secure connection. Your personal data and sign-in details are never exchanged during the process.

Government Sign-In by Verified.Me acts as an intermediary between the various online services you access and the sign-in partners you choose. Since the connection is established through Government Sign-In by Verified.Me, none of the online services know which sign-in partner you've used, and none of the sign-in partners know which online service you are accessing.

For more information, check out the Government Sign-In by Verified.Me service privacy statement.

Changing sign-in partners

You can change sign-in partners at any time by clicking on Switch My Sign-In Partner at the top of the page where the list of partners appears. If you use a new partner, some government websites may ask you security questions to confirm your identify.

Using different sign-in partners

You can use the same sign-in partner to access all of the services offering Government Sign-In by Verified.Me authentication. However, you can add as many sign-in partners as you wish, and access government services using whichever partner you prefer.

It's a secure, private and convenient way to sign into online government services. Instead of having to create and manage a new user ID and password, you can gain access by signing in with your online banking credentials from a trusted sign-in partner – an approved digital credential that you already know and trust. The service was formerly known as SecureKey Concierge. To learn more, visit the Government Sign-In by Verified.Me page.

®SecureKey and Verified.Me are registered trademarks of SecureKey Technologies Inc.

  1. When you open a session for the first time using Government Sign-In by Verified.Me, you will be asked to accept the terms and conditions of use and the privacy policy. You will then be redirected to the government site where you'll already be signed in.

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