Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-37r-2 - General nature and purpose of personal data systems

Current through March 4, 2022

The Department of Housing shall maintain the following personal data systems:

(a) Personnel Records
(1) Personnel records are any records containing personal data relating to an employee of the Department.
(2) All personnel records are maintained by the Department of Housing at 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut.
(3) Personnel records may be maintained in automated or conventional files.
(4) Personnel records are maintained for the purposes of providing payroll history, promotion information, disciplinary, and related personnel information concerning Department employees.
(5) Personnel records are the responsibility of the Deputy Commissioner of Administration, whose business address is 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut, 06103-1089.
(6) Routine personal information in personnel files may be provided by the employee, the employee's current and past supervisors, previous employers, the Comptroller's Office, the Department of Administrative Services, Division of Personnel and Labor Relations, and State insurance carriers.
(7) Personnel records shall be collected, maintained and used pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes Section 5-193, et seq.
(b) Payroll and Retirement System Participant Records
(1) Payroll and retirement system participant records are any records containing personal data relating to a current or former Department employee's participation in the State payroll and retirement system.
(2) The Department shall maintain the records of participants in the payroll and retirement system at its offices at 1179 Main Street in Hartford, Connecticut.
(3) Participant records may be maintained in automated or conventional files.
(4) The Department maintains payroll and retirement participants records for the purpose of determining pay and eligibility for and the amount of benefit payments due to participants and beneficiaries.
(5) Payroll and retirement system participant records are the responsibility of the Deputy Commissioner of Administration whose business address is 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103.
(6) Routine sources of information in participant records are generally the participant, current and previous employers of the participant, and the Department.
(7) Personal data in payroll and retirement system participant records are collected, maintained and used under authority of Chapter 66 of the Connecticut General Statutes, Section 5-152 through 5-192x, inclusive.
(c)Program Applicant Records
(1) Program applicant records are any records containing personal data relating to any person or family maintained for the purpose of determining eligibility for any direct assistance program administered by the Department of Housing.
(2) All program applicant records are maintained by the Department of Housing at 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut.
(3) Program applicant records may be maintained in either automated or conventional files. However, all records shall be organized so as to promote facility of access.
(4) Program applicant records shall be maintained for the purpose of determining initial or continuing eligibility for or compliance with direct assistance programs established, conducted, funded or administered by the Department of Housing.
(5) The Deputy Commissioner of Operations is responsible for each direct assistance program established, conducted, funded or administered by the Department of Housing and the program applicant records are maintained by him. His business address is 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103-1089.
(6) Routine personal information in the program applicant records for a particular program may be provided by the program applicant, his employer, the Internal Revenue Service, credit reporting agencies, the Department of Income Maintenance, or other governmental agencies.
(7) Program applicant personal data shall be collected and maintained pursuant to the specific section of the General Statutes creating the program.
(d)Developer Records
(1) Developer records are any data maintained for the purpose of determining initial or continuing eligibility of a developer for participation in any plan or program of construction, rehabilitation, ownership, or operation of housing, except for situations involving program applicants as defined by these regulations.
(2) Developer records are maintained by the Department of Housing at 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut.
(3) Developer records are maintained in either automated or conventional files. However all records shall be organized so as to promote facility of access.
(4) Developer records shall be maintained for the purpose of determining a developer's initial or continuing eligibility for, or compliance with, any program approved by the Commissioner.
(5) The Deputy Commissioner of Operations is in charge of a program with developer participation and shall be responsible for the developer records maintained by him. His business address is 1179 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut, 06103-1089.
(6) Routine personal information in the developer records for a particular program may be provided by the developer, the Internal Revenue Service, credit reporting agencies or other governmental agencies.
(7) Developer personal data shall be collected and maintained pursuant to the specific section of the General Statutes creating the program.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-37r-2
Effective December 5, 1989

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