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Suggestions For 1st Step Handling Of Individual Input 2018

Access To Input Used For Decision Making
This policy calls for a plan of open access to inputs that are used to define the problem and for selecting the solution.

The Individual Experience ID Theft Prevention Policies
This policy outlines the plan for validation check-points for assuring that input sources are the individuals that can make claim to the experience.

The Policy On The Input Provider Name Option   
This policy clarifies the option to have the input providers name acknowledged with their provided input to define problems and select the solutions. This policy helps protect the input providers from individual experience ID theft.

The Policy To Use A Public Claims Posting Administrator 
When the individual claims and suggestions are provided, it’s the function of the P.C.P.A. to post and maintain the shared first party claims.

The Acknowledgement Of Receiving Individual Claims Policy
This policy covers a compliance practice to satisfy that claims, or evidences, or proofs that have been submitted, have been received by the designated or authorized data controller(s).

The Individual Experience-Based Claims Collection Policy
This policy requires the citizen data handlers to have a pre-planned publicly posted process for handling claims that are slated for future use in defining a problem and selecting a solution.

Use first-party experiences & suggestions for public awareness & education. From Janice P.

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