Programs and Services

Service Alberta has the following responsibilities:

  • Provides licensing and registry services for consumer, business, and property transactions

  • Delivers shared services to ministries such as mail delivery, printing and copying documents, technical support for computers, telephones and faxes

  • Supports, regulates, and enforces high standards of consumer protection and business practices in the Alberta marketplace

  • Works with ministries to achieve cost savings in information technology and business processes, and reduced duplication of services across ministries

  • Provides information management and privacy support to public bodies in administering Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) legislation

  • Streamlines processes and promotes innovation in providing seamless, secure, and accessible services to Albertans

  • Ensures computers systems across government operate in the same way, protecting Albertan’s personal information, providing online security and saving money through efficient procurement practices

  • Manages the government's vehicle fleet in a safe, reliable and cost-effective manner

  • Leverages Alberta SuperNet, a province-wide, high-speed network to connect Albertans with government, learning and health services, enable rural development across Alberta

  • Administers shared services to government in accounts payable and receivable, revenue and capital asset management, collections, payroll, employee benefits and reporting, electronic payment systems and business re-engineering and innovation