About SCBOS

 

South Carolina Business One Stop is South Carolina’s portal for businesses to conduct transactions with the state. Founded in 2005, SCBOS was formed by a dedicated core of state agencies looking to provide businesses with a one stop, one payment portal for business-to-government transactions.

 

The founding partners with seats on the Executive Steering Committee include:

  • SC Secretary of State
  • SC Department of Revenue
  • SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
  • SC Department of Employment and Workforce
  • SC Department of Consumer Affairs
  • SC Department of Labor, License and Regulation
  • SC Department of Commerce
  • SC Budget and Control Board
  • SC Chamber of Commerce
  • Municipal Association of South Carolina
  • SC Association of Counties

 

The Executive Steering Committee provides overall guidance and direction to the SCBOS team. A working Steering Committee meets monthly to discuss operations and technical details. Two ancillary groups complete the SCBOS network: the SCBOS Main User Group which is comprised of partner agencies and organizations and the SCBOS Marketing Group comprised of marketing and communication people from partner agencies and organizations.

 

The SCBOS Mission

 

South Carolina Business One Stop will enhance the business climate in South Carolina by providing a single web portal through which businesses will be able to electronically meet State requirements for registration, licensing, permitting, and filing reports and returns. The portal will also provide an avenue for businesses to obtain information and to receive assistance from the State.


Meeting the Mission

 

The SCBOS portal includes many of the top business filings in the state. In July 2008, SCBOS conducted a study to determine the most filed business forms in the state. Based on the results of that study, SCBOS has and will be focusing on bringing on additional top filings in the state.

 

Additionally, in late spring/early summer 2008, SCBOS conducted a marketing survey of its users. Respondents provided great insight into what their business needs are and how SCBOS could help meet them. The new site design and information reflect what SCBOS users have asked to see.

Additional information about SCBOS web site, security, and privacy policies may be found in the links located at the very bottom of the page.

 

SCBOS Business Goals

  • Support business growth in South Carolina, especially for small businesses
  • Offer improved, user-friendly customer service for new and existing businesses
  • Improve the accuracy and streamline the flow of business information.
  • Shorten the timeframe for the registration and payment process
  • Increase productivity for businesses
  • Increase revenue to the state
  • Increase productivity for state agencies
  • Enhance the partnership of sponsoring agencies
  • Increase efficiency and effectiveness
  • Extend productivity gains to counties and municipalities in the future


The SCBOS User Survey

 

In July 2008, SCBOS conducted a survey of it's user base.  The survey results are helping shape SCBOS communications, functionality, and direction.


Using SCBOS

 

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