Confidentiality Agreement Questionnaire

Confidentiality Agreement Questionnaire

WHO AUTHORIZED THIS STUDY? The sponsor of the study is the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. The study is approved in accordance with Title 29, Section 2 of the U.S. Code. The Center for Human Resource Research at Ohio State University and norC at the University of Chicago are conducting the study under a contract with the Department of Labor. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved the questionnaire and assigned 1220-0157 as the study control number. This control number expires on [] Without the approval of the OMB and that figure, we would not be able to carry out this study. WHO SEES MY ANSWERS? We assure you that your privacy is protected by law. In accordance with the Confidential Information Protection and Statistical Efficiency Act of 2002 (CIPSEA), the Data Protection Act and other applicable federal laws, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, its collaborators and agents, will use, to the extent permitted by law, the information you provide only for statistical purposes, will keep your responses confidential and will not disclose it in an identifiable form without your informed consent. CIPSEA strictly restricts persons who may have access to protected data, imposes severe fines and penalties for knowing and intentionally disclosing confidential information to unauthorized persons, and expressly exempts statistical information protected from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act. All employees who work in the Bureau of Labor Statistics survey and its contractors must sign a document pledging to protect the confidentiality of your data.

Instead of simply linking to other agreements to replace your disclaimer, create a simple summary of the purpose of the summary and how you protect the data. This will attract more participants and make your survey much more useful. However, it is not recommended. The link with long legal agreements as a way to reassure their data is safe, is not a good way to promote participation. Exclusions from the responsibility of polls also work by incorporating other agreements with them, such as the confidentiality policy agreement. This can be done by the fact that each document contains overlapping provisions. Another task of the OMB is to verify the procedures and questionnaires used by federal authorities to gather information from 10 or more respondents. The federal data collections audited by the OMB contain administrative data, such as tax forms. B required by the Internal Revenue Service of individuals and businesses to be completed.

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