DENVER – Today, the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) announced expanded functionality available in the myColoradoTM mobile app’s myVaccine Record and Sales Tax Lookup features. With nearly 975,000 myColorado users, the state is continuously seeking ways to improve the resident experience to make engaging with Colorado’s government services simple, responsive, and fully digital.
With the growing number of COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters on residents’ immunization records, OIT and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) collaborated to enable dynamic scrolling in myVaccine Record so residents can display their complete list of COVID-19 vaccinations. myColorado users simply need to tap the green Update myVaccine Record button and input the phone number or email address associated with their medical record.
Launched in August 2021, myVaccine Record supports Colorado residents and businesses in displaying and accepting digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Anyone aged 12 years and older who has completed a primary series of COVID-19 vaccines should receive an omicron dose. More vaccine information is available on the CDPHE website.
In partnership with the Colorado Department of Revenue, myColorado’s Sales Tax Lookup feature also received an update thanks to new integration with Google Maps. Coloradans can tap a bullseye icon and use their phone’s geolocation capability to show the corresponding sales tax information in any area across the state. App users can also tap any location in the Sales Tax Lookup map to view the sales tax for that region.
Business owners, freelancers and online sellers can also use the SUTS feature to identify sales taxes by zip code when they are shipping products to customers with a Colorado address. More information regarding the taxability of products sold in Colorado is available at cdor.colorado.gov/im-looking-for/ask-a-question.