Personal Data Register
We implement various schemes, including those for old-age pension (AOW), child benefit and personal care budgets (PGB). In order to do our work as best as we can, we use data such as:
- name and address
- email address, telephone number, etc.
- personal data, such as burgerservicenummer (BSN), marital status, date of birth, place and country of birth, nationality and bank account number
- employers’ data, such as payroll tax number and registration number with the Chamber of Commerce
- criminal justice data, such as data on imprisonment, detention or placement in a closed treatment facility
- medical data. For example, to process claims under the Asbestos Victims Compensation Scheme or the schemes and regulations for former members of the resistance and victims of war
Storage of documents
We abide by the Public Records Act, which states that all our documents must be stored safely and be easily retrievable, whether hard copy or electronic documents. We keep a list showing the documents we store and how long we can store them before they have to be destroyed.
For example, documents are kept for 7 years after a pension or benefit has ended. This is because the law gives us 7 years to reclaim overpayments or impose a sanction if necessary. Or it could be because someone may still be eligible for a payment.
Data Protection Officer
We protect your personal data. We believe this is important, and it is also obligatory under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For this reason, we have a Data Protection Officer (DPO). The DPO is a privacy professional who makes sure that we abide by the law on privacy. If you have a question or comment about the use of your personal data, you can contact our DPO.
View the Register
What data we use depends on the scheme or benefit we need information for.
Select a scheme or category and see what personal data we use and why, which groups of persons we process personal data for, and who we give this personal data to (only in Dutch).
The register will be extended to include more data over the next few years.
- Social Insurance (general) - data exchanges
- Social Insurance (general) - processes
- AIO supplement
- child benefit
- Anw survivor benefit
- Anw recourse
- General War Injuries Scheme for Indonesia (AOR)
- AOW pension
- Compensation scheme for asbestos victims
- National Insurance Records (BAV)
- Moral or religious objections to insurance
- International posting
- Accident Insurance Act (OW)
- Uninsurable persons under the Anw scheme
- Bridging benefit (OBR)
- Personal care budget (PGB)
- Social assistance scheme for Dutch nationals living outside the Netherlands
- Remigration benefit
- Contribution default
- Decree on moving allowance for Antilleans and Arubans
- Temporary psychotherapy reimbursement scheme for the post-war generation (Tvp)
- Backpay scheme
- Insurance Records
- Former Members of the Resistance and Victims of War
- Voluntary insurance
- Extraordinary Pension Act 1940-1945 (Wbp)
- Extraordinary Pension Act for Merchant Navy War Victims (Wbpzo)
- Child Budget Act (WKB) / Childcare Act (WKO)
- Extraordinary Pension Act for Resistance in the Dutch East Indies (Wiv)
- Long-term Care Act (Wlz)
- Benefit Act for Civilian War Victims 1940-1945 (Wubo)
- Benefit Act for Victims of Persecution 1940-1945 (Wuv)