Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs introduces online application for Public Entertainment Licence
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN) - To enhance the quality of services for the public, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) introduced a new method and procedure for the online application of a Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) under the Public Entertainment Act (Chapter 181) using the OneBiz system starting tomorrow.
The online system will replace the current Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) acceptance application, and all Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) applications must be made online through the OneBiz website at https://onebiz.business.gov.bn.
Accordingly, all counter applications for the Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) will be nullified, as the system is intended to accelerate the process of applications, making it more organised and complete.
Moreover, the licence application will use an E-Darussalam account, and each applicant is required to register or have an active E-Darussalam account before applying for the licence.
If the applicant does not have an E-Darussalam account, they can register with E-Darussalam and activate the account by bringing their Identity Card to any of the verification centres in all four districts to complete the registration process.
More information on registration and verification centres can be found on the www.gov.bn website.
Payment and collection of the Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) can be made at Level 1, Design and Technology (D&T) Building, Simpang 32-3, Anggerek Desa Technology Park.
Further information on the Online Public Entertainment Licence (Periodic) application can be obtained by contacting Darussalam line 123 or MoHA at 2223225 ext 327, 332, 334 and 335.