(a) A tribe shall place the following notice on the application form for a key employee or a primary management official before that form is filled out by an applicant:
In compliance with the Privacy Act of 1974, the following information is provided: Solicitation of the information on this form is authorized by 25 U.S.C. 2701et seq. The purpose of the requested information is to determine the eligibility of individuals to be granted a gaming license. The information will be used by the Tribal gaming regulatory authorities and by the National Indian Gaming Commission members and staff who have need for the information in the performance of their official duties. The information may be disclosed to appropriate Federal, Tribal, State, local, or foreign law enforcement and regulatory agencies when relevant to civil, criminal or regulatory investigations or prosecutions or when pursuant to a requirement by a tribe or the National Indian Gaming Commission in connection with the issuance, denial, or revocation of a gaming license, or investigations of activities while associated with a tribe or a gaming operation. Failure to consent to the disclosures indicated in this notice will result in a tribe's being unable to license you for a primary management official or key employee position.
The disclosure of your Social Security Number (SSN) is voluntary. However, failure to supply a SSN may result in errors in processing your application.
(b) A tribe shall notify in writing existing key employees and primary management officials that they shall either:
(1) Complete a new application form that contains a Privacy Act notice; or
(2) Sign a statement that contains the Privacy Act notice and consent to the routine uses described in that notice.
(c) All tribal gaming ordinances and ordinance amendments that have been approved by the Chairman prior to the effective date of this section and that reference this notice do not need to be amended to comply with this section. All future ordinance submissions, however, must comply.
(d) All license application forms used 180 days after the effective date of this section shall contain notices in compliance with this section.
[74 FR 36938, July 27, 2009]
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