Unauthorized. In no case shall Contractor initiate performance prior to receipt of written or verbal authorization from authorized purchasers. Expenses incurred otherwise shall be borne solely by the Contractor.
Unauthorized. AccessUnauthorized access occurs when a person gains logical or physical access to FTI without authority under IRC § 6103 and without a “Need-to-Know” (which would include but is not limited to agency employees with no “Need-to-Know” and/or janitors and security guards when there is no second barrier securing the FTI as well as developers/administrators of electronic systems/applications receiving, processing, storing or transmitting FTI). Access to FTI is permitted only to individuals who require the FTI to perform their official duties and as authorized under the IRC. FTI must never be indiscriminately disseminated, even within the recipient agency, body, or commission. Agencies must evaluate the need for FTI before the data is requested or disseminated. Inadvertent access is access to FTI without authority and is non-willful. Willful access to FTI by a person without authorization or “Need-to-Know” may be prosecuted under IRC § 7213A.
Unauthorized. THE BODY ART IN QUESTION, AS DESCRIBED, HAS BEEN FOUND TO BE IN DIRECT VIOLATION OF POLICY STANDARDS; EMPLOYEE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO COVER SUCH BODY ART DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS/HER DUTIES. INTENTIONAL DISPLAY OF SUCH ART MAY BE GROUNDS FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION. IF UNAUTHORIZED: BODY ART MODIFICATION VIOLATES POLICY STANDARDS FOR THE FOLLOWING REASON(S): . AND SHALL REMAIN COVERED DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS/HER DUTIES. CHIEF OF POLICE DATE OFFICER DATE A COPY OF THIS FORM WILL BE PLACED IN EMPLOYEE’S PERSONNEL FILE. PLEASE RETAIN A COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS.
Unauthorized. DisclosureUnauthorized disclosure occurs when a person with access to FTI discloses it to another person without authority under IRC § 6103. An unauthorized disclosure has occurred when FTI is knowingly or due to gross negligence provided to an individual who does not have the statutory right to have access to it under the IRC. Even without willfulness or gross negligence, FTI is not to be disclosed to entities or individuals who are not authorized by IRC § 6103 to have it. Inadvertent disclosure is disclosure of FTI without authority and is non-willful. Willful disclosure of FTI to a person without authorization or “Need-to-Know” may be prosecuted under IRC § 7213.