CRA Business Partners
How to access CRA PKI services and register for PKI-enabled programs including Customs Internet Gateway (CIG), Children's Special Allowance (CSA), National Child Benefit Service (NCBS), other government-to-government (G2G) programs, and business-of-government programs.
To register for a CRA PKI-enabled program, participants must first become CRA PKI subscribers. To register as a subscriber, each participant needs the following:
- Organization Agreement (PDF, 68KB)
The Organization Agreement must be signed by a senior official of the organization who has the authority to bind the organization.
It details the terms and conditions relating to PKI participation as well as the responsibilities of the organization. It also identifies those individuals appointed to receive and manage digital certificates.
- Appendix A - Subscriber List (PDF, 24KB)
- Appendix B - RC129 Application Form (PDF, 78KB)
The RC129 must be completed by the employee (the "designated representative") who will, at the end of the process, manage the digital certificate(s). The information contained on this form is protected and is retained in CRA PPU 165 Public Key Infrastructure for External Clients.
- Appendix C - Subscriber Agreement (PDF, 53KB)
The Subscriber Agreement must be signed by the designated representative identified in the Organization Agreement to receive and manage digital certificates. It details the terms and conditions for use and custody of a digital certificate.
- External Organization Participation Document (PDF, 66KB)
An Entrust enabled package is also required. You will need to contact your CRA Business Partner for further information about this software.
You also require a browser that supports the TLS security protocol.
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