Inform each Applicant in writing if information about the Applicant from the PSP database has been used in the hiring screening process.
Inform each Applicant that he or she may obtain more information about the FCRA, including information on rights under his or her state’s law which may be greater than under the FCRA, at www.consumerfinance.gov/learnmore, and that the Applicant may report violations to the Office of Financial Management, Department of Transportation, Washington, DC 20590 (202) 366-1306.
Inform each Applicant that he or she has a right to dispute the completeness or accuracy of any information obtained from the PSP database by visiting https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov. ONLY FMCSA-DOT, AND NOT NICF, IS AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE DISPUTES CONCERNING THE COMPLETENESS OR ACCURACY OF PSP DATABASE INFORMATION, CONDUCT AN INVESTIGATION WITH RESPECT TO THE DISPUTED INFORMATION, REVIEW ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION, AND TAKE ANY OTHER ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE DISPUTE. NICF IS A CONDUIT BETWEEN FMCSA AND THE INDUSTRY SERVICE PROVIDER, AND PERFORMS ONLY MECHANICAL ACTS IN CONNECTION WITH TRANSMITTING THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE PSP DATABASE. NICF HAS NO AUTHORITY, AND NO RESPONSIBILITY, TOREVIEW ANY DISPUTE-RELATED INFORMATION OR CONDUCT AN INVESTIGATION WITH RESPECT TO THE DISPUTED INFORMATION. NICF HAS NO AUTHORITY, AND NO RESPONSIBILITY, TO DETERMINE WHETHER ANY ITEM OF INFORMATION DISPUTED BY A CONSUMER IS ACCURATE OR COMPLETE OR CANNOT BE VERIFIED. NICF HAS NO AUTHORITY, AND NO RESPONSBILITY, TO MODIFY, DELETE, OR PERMANENTLY BLOCK THE REPORTING OF, ANY ITEM OF INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE PSP DATABASE. NICF HAS NO AUTHORITY, AND NO RESPONSIBILITY, TO REPORT THE RESULTS OF ANY DISPUTE INVESTIGATION TO ANY CONSUMER REPORTING AGENCY THAT RECEIVED THE INFORMATION. NICF ALSO DOES NOT CONTROL THE TIME FRAME WITHIN WHICH FMCSA CONDUCTS ANY DISPUTE INVESTIGATION. ANY DISPUTE CONCERNING THE COMPLETENESS OR ACCURACY OF PSP DATABASE INFORMATION SHOULD BE RAISED DIRECTLY WITH FMCSA BY CONTACTING THE OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON, DC 20590 (202) 366-1306.
Inform prospective clients, prior to commencing a life insurance sales presentation, that you are acting as a life insurance agent and inform the prospective purchaser of the full name of the insurance company which you are representing.
Inform the Rainforest Aboriginal people working group representatives and the ARC of any significant variations or additions to agreed operational plans or annual programs, and if required, convene a meeting of the working group, to resolve any issues or concerns. Note: In the event of a dispute, parties should refer to the dispute resolution clause (Clause 3.5). The principal contact point at the EPA/QPWS is the Indigenous Engagement Unit (IEU) officer for the Wet Tropics District. Note: The other parties to the Regional Agreement will use this protocol as a basis for the development of a protocol applicable to their area of responsibility. Note: The parties will use their best endeavours to have this protocol applied by other land management agencies not party to this agreement that have responsibilities for land in the WTWHA.