(A) The director shall disclose wage and claim information to authorized requesting agencies. Wage and claim information which is deemed by the requesting agency to be needed in verifying eligibility for, and/or the amount of benefits shall be disclosed pursuant to a written agreement. Standardized formats established by the department of job and family services shall be adhered to by the authorized requesting agencies.
(1) For purposes of this rule, "wage information" means the name, social security number, quarterly wages paid to, and weeks worked by individual employees, and the name, address, and state identification number of an employer reporting wages under section 4141.20 of the Revised Code.
(2) For purposes of this rule, "claim information" means information regarding:
(a) Whether an individual is receiving, has received or has applied for unemployment compensation;
(b) The amount of compensation the individual is receiving or entitled to receive;
(c) The individual's home address;
(d) Whether the individual has refused an offer of work and, if so, a description of the job offered including the terms, conditions, and rate of pay;
(e) Any other information contained in the records of the director which is needed by the requesting agency to verify eligibility for, and the amount of, benefits.
(C) All applicants for and recipients of benefits under the programs listed in section 4141.162 of the Revised Code shall be notified at the time of application, and periodically thereafter, that information available through the income and eligibility verification system may be shared with agencies that administer such programs and utilized in establishing or verifying eligibility or benefit amounts.