Service New Brunswick

Service New Brunswick (in French, Services Nouveau-Brunswick), commonly referred to as SNB, is a crown corporation in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.

SNB was established in the late 1990s as part of a merger of the land registry duties of the New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation, and various other public services provided by functional departments within the provincial government. SNB provides virtually all direct public services on behalf of the Government of New Brunswick as a single point of contact.

SNB was the first public sector multi-service agency to be established in Canada. Many governments in other jurisdictions have adopted this model and in some cases purchased the gBIZ software developed by SNB and its subcontractor CGI.

* Access Nova Scotia, in Nova Scotia
* Similar models in the United Kingdom, Germany and New Zealand
* Service Canada, provided by the Government of Canada. Service Canada announced in fall 2005 that it was subcontracting a piece of its service delivery - Pleasure Craft Licensing - to SNB, the first time a provincial agency has been asked to deliver a service on behalf of Service Canada. []

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* [ Service New Brunswick]
* [ Service New Brunswick, A - Z Categories list]

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