Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-3.14 - Personally identifiable information

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022

The commission maintains systems of records which contain personally identifiable information.

(1) Board of stewards or gaming board hearings and contested case records. Records are maintained in paper and computer files and contain names and identifying numbers of people involved. Evidence and documents submitted as a result of a hearing are contained in the board of stewards or gaming board hearing or contested case records as well as summary lists of enforcement activities.

Records are collected by authority of Iowa Code chapters 99D, 99E and 99F. None of the information stored in a data processing system is compared with information in any other data processing system.

(2) Occupational licensing. Records associated with occupational licensing conducted under Iowa Code chapters 99D, 99E and 99F are maintained by this commission. The licensing system of records includes numerous files and cross files which include but are not limited to: computer storage of licensing records and photos, fingerprint cards, and license applications. The records associated with occupational licenses, which contain personally identifiable information, are open for public inspection only upon the approval of the administrator or the administrator's designee. The information stored in a data processing system is not compared with information in any other data processing system.
(3) List of contested cases and stewards' hearings. The commission may utilize a listing of contested case and stewards' hearings furnished by a national organization and provide individually identifiable information to that organization. The list is used for purposes delineated in Iowa Code chapter 99D.

Notes

Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-3.14
Amended by IAB August 28, 2019/Volume XLII, Number 5, effective 7/31/2019 Amended by IAB April 8, 2020/Volume XLII, Number 21, effective 5/13/2020

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