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DOPL Online Services Change – New Licensing System Scheduled for Launch on July 1st, 2024

DOPL Online Services Change – New Licensing System Scheduled for Launch on July 1st, 2024

The Idaho Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses (DOPL) has partnered with FAST Enterprises LLC to develop a comprehensive system for licensing, registration, certification and permitting. This state-of-the-art system, set to launch in two stages. The first stage will be on July 1st, 2024, where all but the following Boards will transition to the new system.  

          Building Code

          Damage Prevention


          Elevator Program

          Factory Built Structures


          Industrial Safety

          Logging Safety


          Public Works Contractors

          Outfitters and Guides

The second stage will occur on November 4, 2024, for the above-mentioned Boards.

Here are just a few of the improvements that you can expect with this new system: 

  • Applications for licenses, registrations, certifications, and permits can be made on-line. This will streamline the process of reviewing applications and providing final determinations on the applications faster.
  • You can view your license online.
  • You can print your license, registration, certification, or permit from home.
  • Communication from DOPL on upcoming renewals will be based on your preference. You may receive a physical mailed notification, or an email notification or a text message.
  • You will be able to create an on-line profile to upload documents needed for your application or renewal. 

For the Legacy Systems transitioning in Stage 1

Downtime: June 24th – June 30th

The Division is excited to share that DOPL Online Services for the legacy systems that are transitioning to the new system on July 1st at 8 am MDT, those existing legacy systems will be down and unavailable to customers as we prepare to go live with Online Services. 

  • June 24th, 2024, 6pm MDT: Board of Nursing – Idaho Nurse Portal will be turned off.
  • June 26th, 2024, 6pm MDT: Public pages for existing systems that cover the Boards in Stage 1, will be disabled. Customers will not be able to submit applications or renewals until July 1, 2024, when the new system comes online.
  • DOPL Offices will remain open through normal business hours during the transition to the new system. 
  • July 1st, 2024, at 8am MDT: DOPL Online Services will be available.  

For those Boards transitioning in Stage 1, customers may create a new online profile in the DOPL Online Services to manage your licenses registrations, applications, and certifications. Usernames and passwords created in legacy systems will not carry over to DOPL Online Services.  

You’ll need your email address on file with DOPL and your license/registration number to access an existing account.

As the Second Stage of the implementation to the new License system approaches for those Boards not transitioning July 1, 2024, we will provide additional information on the cutover in the fall of 2024.

Boards transitioning in Stage 1 – July 1, 2024

Boards transitioning in Stage 2 – November 4, 2024


Building Code


Damage Prevention

Architect and Landscape Architect


Athletic Commission

Elevator Program

Athletic Trainers

Factory Built Structures

Barbers & Cosmetology Services


Chiropractic Physicians

Industrial Safety


Logging Safety

Counselors & Marriage & Family Therapists



Public Works Contractors


Outfitters and Guides



Drinking Water & Wastewater Professionals


Driving Business Licensure


Genetic Counselors




Liquified Petroleum Gas Safety


Massage Therapy








Naturopathic Medicine


Naturopathic Health Care




Nursing Home Administrators


Occupational Therapy






Physical Therapy


Physician Assistants




Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors


Psychologist Examiners


Real Estate Appraiser


Real Estate Commission


Residential Care Facility Administrators


Respiratory Therapy


Shorthand Reporters


Social Work Examiners


Speech, Hearing & Communication Services


Veterinary Medicine



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