The Electronic Office provides access to online services through CL@ve, which is an electronic identity verification platform for the identification and authentication of citizens. Its types of access include:
It is based access validation through a username and password. You must have an Activation Code in order to set this password. This code can be obtained after registering in the system, in person at any Cl@ve registration office, or electronically using a digital certificate included in the list of accepted certificates. This will also be the system that enables access to a signature in the cloud.
The “Cl@ve: password management” service can be used to create, re-set or change your password, and also to de-register if you wish to cancel the username and password.
It is a system with a very limited password validity, designed for users who access services sporadically. It is based on the use of a pin chosen by the user and a PIN sent via SMS to the user's mobile phone. To be able to use Cl@ve PIN you must register with the system via the internet or at any Cl@VE Registration Office. For more information on the registration process and its use, please refer to the official Cl@ve website. You can view the List of services available with Cl@ve PIN access.