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By logging onto this website, you consent to be monitored. Unauthorized attempts to upload information and/or change information on this web site are strictly prohibited and are subject to prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and Title 18 U.S.C. Sec.1001 and 1030. We encourage you to read the HHS Rules of Behavior

Protecting Your Privacy

Protecting your Privacy is a top priority at CMS. We are committed to ensuring the security and confidentiality of the user registering to EIDM. Please read the CMS Privacy Act Statement which describes how we use the information you provide.

Collection Of Personal Identifiable Information (PII)

"Personal" information is described as data that is unique to an individual, such as a name, address, telephone number, social security number and date of birth (DOB).

CMS is very aware of the privacy concerns around PII data. In fact, we share your concerns. We will only collect personal data to uniquely identify the user registering with the system. We may also use your answers to the challenge questions and other PII to later identify you in case you forget or misplace your User ID /Password.

I have read the HHS Rules of Behavior (HHS RoB), version 2010-0002.001S, dated August 26 2010 and understand and agree to comply with its provisions. I understand that violations of the HHS RoB or information security policies and standards may lead to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment; removal or debarment from work on Federal contracts or projects; and/or revocation of access to Federal information, information systems, and/or facilities; and may also include criminal penalties and/or imprisonment. I understand that exceptions to the HHS RoB must be authorized in advance in writing by the OPDIV Chief Information Officer or his/her designee. I also understand that violation of laws, such as the Privacy Act of 1974, copyright law, and 18 USC 2071, which the HHS RoB draw upon, can result in monetary fines and/or criminal charges that may result in imprisonment.