Is your business CorpPass-ready?

From 1 Sep 2018, business entities can ONLY use CorpPass to log in to government digital services. Set up your access now to transact with agencies such as CPF, IRAS and MOM, to prevent disruption to your business flow.
User Guides
To start setting up CorpPass, your entity is required to appoint up to TWO CorpPass Administrators.
A. Registration and Approval
The appointed CorpPass Administrator begins by registering for a CorpPass Administrator account on CorpPass Website.
For Singapore Registered Entities
- Your Registered Officer will be required to approve the registration - online using SingPass, or offline using a Letter of Authorisation.
- A Registered Officer may choose to become the CorpPass Administrator, via a one-step online registration without required approval.
For Foreign Registered Entities
- You are required to show proof of entity registration and personal identification in your country, by uploading:
  • Business Registration Document
  • Identify Document
- Your online application will be processed by CorpPass.
B. Account Creation
The CorpPass Administrator creates other CorpPass accounts and manage users' access to digital services. Accounts created by the CorpPass Administrator need to be activated in order to start transacting on behalf of the entity, by setting up CorpPass IDs and passwords.
To view a user guide, select your role and a topic below, on the left panel.
Register for CorpPass Administrator Account
Create CorpPass Accounts
Set Up and Assign Digital Service Access
Register for CorpPass Administrator Account
Registered Officers can also appoint themselves as CorpPass Administrators and register for CorpPass Administrator accounts to transact on behalf of their entity. Each entity can appoint up to two CorpPass Administrators.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Approve or Reject CorpPass Administrator Account
Registered Officers are required to approve or reject new registration requests for CorpPass Administrator accounts. This step is not needed if the Registered Officer chooses to take on the role of a CorpPass Administrator (in which case, they will be the same person).
Click here for a PDF guide.
Register for CorpPass Administrator Account - for Singapore Registered Entities
As the appointed CorpPass Administrator of your entity, you are responsible for initiating CorpPass registration and managing your entity's CorpPass user accounts and Digital Service access. Each entity can appoint up to two CorpPass Administrators.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Register for CorpPass Administrator Account - for Foreign Registered Entities
The CorpPass Administrator should be a staff nominated to manage your entity's transactions with the Singapore government.
As the CorpPass Administrator for your entity, you are responsible for creating and managing your entity's CorpPass user accounts and access to digital services. Each entity can appoint up to two CorpPass Administrators.
As part of the registration process, you are required to upload the following:
  1. Your Identity Document
  2. Your Business Registration Document
Supporting documents not in English must be:
  • Officially translated into English by the Embassy or a Notary Public of the country that issued the document; or
  • Attested or legalised by the Embassy of the document-issuing country or notarised by a local Notary Public.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Create CorpPass Accounts
There are four CorpPass account types:
  1. CorpPass Administrator
    1. Account obtained via online registration. Maximum two per entity
    2. Can create Sub-Administrator, Enquiry User and CorpPass User accounts
    3. Can manage digital service access of all CorpPass users
    4. Can restrict assignment rights of Sub-Administrators
  2. Sub-Administrator
    1. Account created by CorpPass Administrator
    2. Can create Enquiry User and CorpPass User accounts
    3. Can manage digital service access of all CorpPass users by default, unless restricted by CorpPass Adminstrator
  3. Enquiry User - Account created by CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator
    1. Account created by CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator
    2. Can search and view the details of other CorpPass accounts within the entity
  4. CorpPass User - Account created by CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator
    1. Account created by CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator
All CorpPass account types can login and transact with Government digital services.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Create Accounts Using Profiles from Government Agencies
To facilitate setting up CorpPass, a list of user profiles who have previously transacted with the Government on behalf of your entity will be made available during user account creation. As a CorpPass Administrator, you will be able to create accounts for these users by verifying their details and completing the required fields, remove irrelevant profiles and / or add new users. You may also download a list of these users and create accounts via 'Batch Upload'. Refer to the section below on 'Batch Create Accounts' for more information.
Note: This feature is only applicable to Singapore Registered Entities.
For more details, click here.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Batch Create Accounts
CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators may choose to create CorpPass accounts by completing and uploading an excel file template via the 'Batch Create User' function. This method is recommended for creating 10 or more CorpPass accounts at the same time. You can create accounts for new users or for existing users (that may be pre-populated if your entity has existing user accounts with EASY or GeBIZ).
Click here for a PDF guide.
Set Up and Assign Digital Service Access
CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators are responsible for managing the entity's digital service access. To do so, CorpPass Administrators or Sub-Administrators need to first select digital services the entity would like to transact with, then proceed to assign digital service access to other users within the entity to carry out transactions.
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will only be able to set up and assign digital services within their Assignment Profile.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Batch Assign Digital Services
As an alternative method, CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators may choose to complete and upload an excel file template via the 'Batch Assign Digital Services' function. This method is recommended for CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators who would like to assign different digital service access to multiple users at the same time.
For some entities, users with existing access to digital services based on previous transactions with selected Government Agencies have been identified. You can download an Excel list of these users for verification. Complete the required fields and upload the list on CorpPass to complete the assignment.
Before using this method, ensure that you have read the instructions within the excel template and added the digital service you would like to assign users to your entity's list of digital services.
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will not be able to authorise and manage Third Party Authorisation for your entity.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Have a question? Click here to view Frequently Asked Questions.
Activate Your CorpPass Account - for SingPass Holders
After your CorpPass Administrator creates your CorpPass User account, you are required to activate the account by setting up your CorpPass ID and password. During this process, you will be required to log in via SingPass to verify your identity.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Activate Your CorpPass Account - for non-SingPass Holders
After your CorpPass Administrator creates your CorpPass User account, you are required to activate the account by setting up your CorpPass ID and password through an email verification.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Next, set up your CorpPass 2FA, a mechanism for foreigners without SingPass, and is required for every CorpPass login, for enhanced security of use.
Click here to learn how to set up your CorpPass 2FA for Foreigners.
As a CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator of an entity, you can manage your entity's user accounts and their access to different digital services.
For Singapore Registered Entities, the Registered Officer can view and terminate existing CorpPass Administrator accounts of the entity.
To view a user guide, select your role and a topic on the left menu panel below.
Terminate CorpPass Administrator Accounts

Manage CorpPass Accounts
View and Edit Users' Digital Service Access
Set Up and Manage Assignment Profile of Sub-Administrators
Authorise and Manage Third Party Entity (for Client)
Manage and Assign Client Digital Services (for Third Party Entity)
Create and Manage Client e-Service Groups (IRAS only)
Terminate CorpPass Administrator Accounts
As the Registered Officer of your entity, you are able to view and delete CorpPass Administrator accounts via the "View Approved Admin" function.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Manage CorpPass Accounts
CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators are responsible for managing CorpPass accounts for an entity. This includes updating CorpPass account details of users, changing the account type for users within the entity, and terminating CorpPass accounts for individuals who leave the entity.
While CorpPass Administrators can manage all CorpPass account types, Sub-Administrators will only be able to manage the accounts of Enquiry Users and CorpPass Users.
Click here for a PDF guide.
View and Edit Users' Digital Service Access
CorpPass Administrators and Sub-Administrators are responsible for managing an entity's access to different digital services. While CorpPass Administrators may view and edit digital service access of all account types, Sub-Administrators can only manage the digital service access of Enquiry Users and CorpPass Users.
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will only be able to manage digital services of users within their Assignment Profile.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Set Up and Manage Assignment Profile of Sub-Administrators
By default, all Sub-Administrator accounts can manage and assign the entity's digital services. These assignment rights can be controlled through the Sub-Administrators Assignment Profile, which allows CorpPass Administrators to restrict the digital services that can be managed and assigned by each Sub-Administrator. This may be applicable to companies with distinct department segregation.
Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will not be able to:
  • Manage and assign entity's digital services outside his Assignment Profile
  • Manage users' access to digital services outside his Assignment Profile
  • Authorise and manage Third Party Entities
  • Manage and assign Client Digital Services
Click here for a PDF guide.
Authorise and Manage Third Party Entity (for Client)
As a CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator, you may authorise a Third Party Entity to transact with digital services on behalf of your entity. Third Party Authorisation can only be set up for selected digital services that are using this feature in CorpPass.
To do this, ensure that you have selected the digital service for your entity, before authorising it to a Third Party Entity. You can view and edit details of your entity's Third Party Authorisation.
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will not be able to authorise and manage Third Party Authorisation for your entity.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Have a question? Click here to view Frequently Asked Questions.
Manage Client (for Third Party Entity)
The CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator of a Third Party Entity may manage their Client Authorisations. An authorised Third Party Entity is able to perform functions such as:
  • Removing Client's digital services
  • Viewing authorisation history
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will not be able to view and edit Client authorisation.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Assign Client Digital Service Access to Users (for Third Party Entity)
As the CorpPass Administrator or Sub-Administrator of a Third Party Entity, you may assign your Client's digital services to your users, allowing them to transact on behalf of the Client using their individual CorpPass account.
Note: Sub-Administrator accounts with restricted access will not be able to assign Client digital services to users.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Create and Manage Client e-Service Group
The 'Client e-Service Group' feature allows authorised Third Party Service Providers to better manage user access to IRAS digital services within the entity. Administrators and Sub-Administrators with default access* can:
  • Create/Remove Client e-Service Group(s)
  • Add/Remove Users to Client e-Service Group(s)
  • Add/Remove digital services to Client e-Service Group(s)
Click here for a PDF guide.
Service providers can create up to 80 groups of maximum 250 IRAS digital service authorisations. Users of each group will be granted the same IRAS digital services access.
This feature makes it even more convenient to assign users to specific IRAS digital services, as it allows a single assignment to a Client e-Service Group, rather than multiple assignments to individual users.
*Not sure if you have default access? Log in to CorpPass, go to My Account > View My Profile > Assignment Profile. This page shows whether you have default access or restricted access.
Learn how to manage your CorpPass account by updating your profile, changing your CorpPass password and viewing your account transaction history. If you have forgotten your account details, find out how to retrieve your CorpPass ID / Entity ID and reset your password.
To view a user guide, select a topic on the left menu panel below.
Update Your CorpPass Profile
View Your Transaction History
Change Your CorpPass Password
Retrieve Your CorpPass / Entity ID
Reset Your CorpPass Password
Update Your CorpPass Profile
You can update your mobile number and/or email address registered to your CorpPass account.
Click here for a PDF guide.
View Your Transaction History
You may view your account's transaction history on CorpPass (up to the last 15 months or last 1,000 transactions). These transactions include changes to your CorpPass profile (e.g. email, mobile number, password), and when a digital service has been accessed. Transactions within a digital service (e.g. your digital service application status) will not be tracked.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Change Your CorpPass Password
Your password is valid for 2 years. You are required to change your password before it expires.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Retrieve Your CorpPass / Entity ID
If you have forgotten your CorpPass ID, you may retrieve it using the "Retrieve CorpPass / Entity ID" function. This function allows you to retrieve both your CorpPass ID and Entity ID.
Click here for a PDF guide.
Reset Your CorpPass Password
If you have forgotten your CorpPass password, you may use the 'Reset Password' function.
Click here for a PDF guide.