Rule 5101:12-1-20.2 | Information from the unemployment compensation program and Ohio department of taxation.
(A) This rule describes the procedures an agency is required to follow in order to safeguard information received from unemployment compensation (UC) and the Ohio department of taxation.
(B) Information received from UC:
The child support enforcement agency (CSEA) shall certify that, in accordance with sections 4141.21, 4141.22, and 4141.99 of the Revised Code and rule 4141-43-02 of the Administrative Code, all information and records received from UC shall be used only for the purposes of establishing and collecting child support obligations from and locating individuals owing such obligations. The CSEA shall establish and maintain security safeguards for location, wage, and benefit information.
(C) Information received from the Ohio department of taxation:
(1) In order to comply with the confidentiality requirements of section 5747.18 of the Revised Code, each CSEA shall certify that taxpayer information concerning the residential address and income of taxpayers received by the CSEA is needed for the purpose of, and will be used only for, the following:
(a) Locating obligors and establishing, enforcing, modifying and collecting child support obligations pursuant to Title IV-D of the Social Security Act; or
(b) Collecting overpaid child support from the state income tax refund of an obligee in accordance with section 5747.123 of the Revised Code.
(2) None of the information so obtained will be disclosed to anyone except for official purposes as described in section 3125.43 of the Revised Code or in compliance with a court order.