Roles in MitID Erhverv

There are different roles in MitID Erhverv: Organisation administrator, user administrator, rights administrator, trusted employee and user. It is up to you in the organisation to choose who should have which roles.

Organisation administrator

The organisation administrator is responsible for the organisation's settings in MitID Erhverv

The organisation administrator set up the organisation primarily in MitID Erhverv. This means that the organisation administrator must, among other things, decide:

  • Whether users in the organisation should have the possibility to log in with their private MitID on behalf of the organisation
  • Which specific MitID authenticators your organisation allows useres to use to log in on behalf of the organisation, for example MitID app, code viewer, code reader or chip
  • Settings for invoicing and certificates

The organisation administrator assigns administrator roles. In municipalities, the organisation administrator assign the role as trusted employee too. The organisation administrator can also create powers of attorney for external companies. For example, if an accountant or lawyer should be able to act digitally on behalf of the organisation.

You can have muliple organisation administrators in the organisation.

Read instructions for what an organization administrator can do in MitID Erhverv

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User administrator

It is the user administrator's job to create new users and choose how they log in

The user administrator is responsible for creating new users in MitID Erhverv. It is relevant to create a user in MitID Erhverv if the user needs to log in or sign digitally on behalf of the organisation.

The organisation administrator chooses in advance whether the users can log in with their private MitID and which separate MitID authenticators the users can use. Based on those choices, the user administrator can choose whether the user should log in with his private MitID or a separate MitID for business use. If a user needs a separate MitID authenticator e.g. a MitID audio code reader or MitID chip, the user administrator can order it in MitID Erhverv.

If the organisation use certificates, the user administrator can order user and organisation certificates.

Read instructions for what you can do as a user administrator in MitID Erhverv

Rights administrator

The rights administrator is responsible for giving other users specific rights to act on behalf of the organisation, for example to report maternity and reimbursement

The rights administrator can assign other users specific rights to act in various digital self-service solutions on behalf of the organisation. For example to report maternity to ATP or reimbursement at NemRefusion.

In order to assign specific rights to a user, the user must be created in MitID Erhverv.

Read instructions for what you can do as a rights administrator in MitID Erhverv

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Trusted employee

A trusted employee is an employee in a municipality who perform a special digital role on behalf of the municipality

The special role is to help citizens and relatives create powers of attorney in Digital Power of Attorney services. This role is only available to municipalities that have been set up as a trusted organisation.

In order to assign an employee the status of trusted employee, this employee must be set up as a user in MitID Erhverv.

The organisation administrator in the municipality is responsible for assigning or removing the role of trusted employee.

User

As a user you can request rights and choose whether you want to use your private MitID on behalf of the organisation

As a user in an organisation in MitID Erhverv, you have a user profile. On the user profile, you can see whether you are using your private MitID on behalf of an organisation. You can withdraw your consent if you previously agreed to use your private MitID, but do not wish to use your private MitID in the future.

On the user profile, you can also request rights, for example if you have to report illness or maternity on behalf of the organisation. You can also view your login history.