(A) An applicant for a gaming-related vendor license shall complete and submit the appropriate form(s) required by the commission and pay an application fee and license fee as described in rule 3772-6-3 of the Administrative Code.
(B) A gaming-related vendor license expires three years after the date of licensure.
(C) A Gaming-related vendor licensee may request renewal of the license by completing and submitting, not less than ninety days before the expiration of the license, the appropriate form(s) required by the commission and paying an application fee and a license fee as described in rule 3772-6-3 of the Administrative Code.
(d) all gaming-related vendor licensees shall undergo a complete investigation at least once every three years, as determined by the commission, to verify each licensee remains in compliance with chapter 3772. of the Revised Code and this chapter. the gaming-related vendor licensee shall bear the costs of the investigation.
(E) The commission may request any other information that would affect the applicant's or licensee's suitability to obtain and hold a gaming-related vendor license under Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code or this chapter. The applicant or licensee shall provide all information, documents and materials at the applicant's or licensee's sole expense and cost.
(F) Pursuant to division (A) of section 3772.16 of the Revised Code, certain information submitted, collected, or gathered as part of an application to the commission for a gaming-related vendor license is confidential and not subject to disclosure as a record under section 149.43 of the Revised Code. The applicant should clearly identify those portions of the application that it deems to be confidential, proprietary commercial information or trade secrets. Applications shall be open to public inspection to the extent permitted by sections 149.43 and 3772.16 of the Revised Code. An applicant is advised that, upon request by a third party for information that the applicant has clearly identified as protected from disclosure, the commission will notify the applicant and, following such notification, will make a determination whether the information must be disclosed. If it is determined by the commission that the information is to be disclosed to a third party, the commission shall notify the applicant of its decision. Following that notification, the information shall be provided to the third party within a reasonable period of time unless otherwise prohibited from being released. An applicant waives any liability of the state of Ohio, the commission, the employees of the commission and its instrumentalities and agents for any damages resulting from any disclosure or publication in any manner.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 12/16/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3772.03(D)(2), 3772.03(D)(27), 3772.033(M)
Rule Amplifies: 3772.03(D)(2), 3772.09(A), 3772.12, 3772.121, 3772.16