Terms Of Use

All users are advised that this system contains confidential and non-public information, including information identifying recipients of child care services, the access to which is restricted to authorized users ONLY. In addition to security, equally important is the accuracy and reliability of the information entered by users, because ODJFS and county agencies will use the information entered into this system for payment and audit purposes.

Due to concerns about information security, accuracy and reliability, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account and password, as well as for all activities that occur under your account and password. By accessing the information on this site you will be held responsible for its accuracy, use, disclosure and security. If your login and password are lost or stolen, or you become aware of a breach of security or unauthorized access to your account, you must immediately change your login and password and notify the ODJFS Office of Families and Children or ODJFS Chief Privacy Officer of the details of the incident.

Unauthorized access, use, misuse, disclosure or modification of this computer system or of the data contained therein or in transit to/from this system is strictly prohibited and may result in termination of access privileges, criminal prosecution of responsible parties, civil liability, and administrative action by ODJFS.

Fraudulent, inaccurate and unreliable information entered into the system that results in, or is intended to cause, payments for services not actually provided, will result in criminal prosecution, civil collection and recovery action, and administrative sanctions.

You are also on notice that this system and equipment are subject to monitoring to ensure proper performance of applicable security features and procedures. Such monitoring may result in the acquisition, recording and analysis of all data being communicated, transmitted, processed or stored in this system by a user. If monitoring reveals possible evidence of criminal activity or non-compliance with federal/state regulations, such evidence may be provided to law enforcement personnel or internal auditors.