TriCenturion is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of customers of its Web site, , you will be able to link to other affiliated sites. Please note that TriCenturion provides these links for your convenience, but inclusion of the link does not imply endorsement by TriCenturion. Furthermore, the linked sites are not under our control, and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained as a linked site. For this reason, we encourage you to look at the privacy policies of those specific sites.
Federal Privacy Act of 1974
"The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was enacted in 1967 as an amendment to the "Public Information " section of the Administrative Procedures Act. The purpose of the Freedom of Information Act was to reach a workable balance between the right of the public to know and the need of the Government to keep information in confidence, to the extent necessary, without permitting indiscriminate secrecy."
The Privacy Act of 1974 can be accessed through the CMS Government Web site at http://cms.hhs.gov/regulations/default.asp. The Privacy Act of 1974 requires agencies to:
a. Publish in the Federal Register annual notice of the existence and character of any system of records from which information is retrieved by some personal identifier.
b. Itemize in the public notice the "routine uses" of the records contained in a system of records, including the categories of customers and the purpose of such use. No other use or disclosure of the information shall be made without the express written consent of the individual to whom the record pertains.
c. Establish procedures for granting individuals access to records or information pertaining to them and for reviewing requests from individuals concerning the amendment of any records pertaining to them. A requester may ask the agency to review the agency's initial adverse determination. If the review is again adverse the agency then must advise the requester of his/her right to seek judicial review.
d. Establish procedures governing the collection, safeguarding and maintenance of personal information.
We do not use or disclose information about your individual visits to www.TriCenturion.com or information that you may give us, such as your name, address, E-mail address or telephone number, to any outside company or organization. Again, please be aware that at this time electronic mail is currently not secure against interception.
As we move forward in developing new on-line services and products in an era of vast technological changes, TriCenturion will continue to be dedicated to customer privacy and any information provided by customers will be properly used, maintained and appropriately safeguarded.