Arizona Secretary of State - Michele Reagan

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Online Customer Service and Alternatives

The Secretary of State's web site offers many of the services online that you might otherwise transact in person. Our goal is to provide citizens a more convenient and efficient means with which to interact with Arizona government. If you choose not to participate in these activities, your choice will in no way affect your ability to receive benefits or services. If you prefer to apply for benefits or services in person, you may do so at the respective State agency providing such benefits and/or services.

Collection and Use of Information

The State of Arizona does not collect information about you unless you voluntarily participate in an activity that asks for such information. The information requested and supplied by you through the web, is the same information requested if performed in person at a State agency. In some cases, additional contact information such as email address is collected in addition to complete your online experience. We use your email to respond to your requests and to the issues you have identified, and/or possibly to forward your email to another State agency for appropriate action.

Please be aware that in the State of Arizona, laws exist to ensure that state government is open and that the public has a right to access appropriate records and information possessed by the state. However, if personal information is requested on the web site or volunteered by the user, state law and the federal Privacy Act of 1974 may protect it. Should you have any questions, contact the state agency directly about the records they keep and their use of information.


The Department of State, State of Arizona have taken several steps to safeguard the integrity of its computer systems and networks. Including, but not limited to, individual authentication, the security of transmitted data, security monitoring, auditing, and encryption of your information. Security methods and measures have been integrated into the design, implementation and day-to-day practices of the complete government process.


To better serve our customer's we may use "cookies" to customize your browsing experience with the services. Cookies are simple text files stored on your computer by your web browser. Cookies identify your domain name or Internet Protocol address, as a method of distinguishing among visitors to the web site. You can refuse the cookie or delete the cookie file from your computer system by selecting various options on your computer's operating system.

Last modified: Wednesday, August 24, 2005