In Kansas, a 'business entity' means a general corporation, professional corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, corporate partnership or other legal entity created by law. In order to practice or offer to practice a technical profession through a business entity, the business entity must have a KSBTP Certificate of Authorization.
The Board does not accept electronic signatures or scanned copies of applications or supporting documentation. All submissions must have a wet signature to be processed by the Board.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORIZATION FOR BUSINESS ENTITY
This application is for a business entity to practice (or offer to practice) a technical profession in Kansas. Who needs a Certificate of Authorization?
Kansas Statutes state if you are going to "practice or to offer to practice in the state of Kansas" a technical profession through a business entity, the business entity needs a KSBTP Certificate of Authorization
. The only type of business entity not required to have a Certificate of Authorization is a sole proprietor.
Change of Name for Business Entity
To provide information to KSBTP to change the name of the Business Entity. Responsible Principal Change
To provide information to KSBTP to change the Responsible Principal for a Business Entity. Reinstatement for Business Entities
To reinstate a Business Entity after cancellation or voluntary lapse. The fee for Reinstatement of a Business Entity is $100. Renewal for Business Entity
Link to the renewal process for a Business Entity. Paper Renewal Form for Business Entities
We will only accept this form during the licensee's official renewal window. All others will be returned back.