So, some of you have asked about this, and what follows is my answer:
Q: Where can I find, online, a list of registered associations in Brunei?
My answer: As far as I know, there is no current online list of registered associations and societies in Brunei.
There used to be an official list, as I wrote in my old project update in 2011, but that website went down a few years ago. (We even had a draft application for B:Read, intended for association registration, but that draft went down with the website :/ )
Screenshot of the ROS website from 2010-2011
In recent years, due to the aforementioned project update post, I’ve gotten a few enquiries from people looking for such a list. Read more…
This post hasn't been updated in over 3 years.
This guide was written in February 2014 and applicable as of then. In November 2014, the e-darussalam (gov.bn) website was revamped. While some features remain, my specific screenshots are no longer applicable. The ability to search all Brunei government domains is still possible at http://is.gd/govbnsearch
but I am not sure if the search index is up-to-date. This will be my last update on this post; any writings about future changes to the website will be published in a new post.
You may never have heard of e-darussalam. It is a Brunei Government portal that was launched in 2011 with the shortest Bruneian domain name: gov.bn, in hopes that people would find it easy to remember.
Since its launch, it has been under the management of EGNC, or E-Government National Centre, a department under the Prime Minister’s Office.
I wrote this “guide” because I think e-darussalam has some neat features that are not highlighted well. Please note though, I have focused on the main “website” portion of e-darussalam, rather than its e-services that require login. Also, a disclaimer: I used to work on e-darussalam. Yay.
This guide is applicable to the website as of February 2014. I will update here if that is the case. As of writing, e-darussalam looks like this: