COMMITMENT TO YOUR PRIVACY
This application is owned and operated by the Arkansas Department of Information Systems("DIS"). Your privacy is utmost importance to us. At DIS, we want to make your experience with our applications satisfying and safe. DIS collects a limited amount of data for internal use only. By using the DIS single sign on service("SSO"), the user agrees, without limitation or qualification, to be bound by this Privacy Statement. This Privacy Statement may be updated periodically and may be accessed from the SSO home page.
In order to use SSO, DIS will collect your first and last names, physical address, email address, and telephone number. You will have the option of modifying this information at any time directly through the SSO. Additionally, DIS may collect the IP address of the computer you are using, as well as the date and time of your access.
This application also requires a session cookie in order to enhance your visit and avoid multiple login or password authentication attempts. Cookies help authenticate the user if the user is logged into a secure area of a website. Login information is stored in a cookie so the user can enter and leave website without having to re-enter the same authentication information again. Session cookies are used by the SSO to store information about user page activities, acting much like a "bookmark" so that users can easily resume their activities through usage of the SSO.
DIS does not acquire any more information about you than is necessary to provide a high level of efficient and secure service, and DIS does not retain this information longer than is necessary to meet these objectives.
DIS may use contact information provided by the user to reply to and send information to the user. DIS does not reveal personally identifiable information to third parties, except to comply with applicable law or valid legal process. Any information requested through the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act will be subject to redaction according to FOIA provisions.
DIS subjects personally identifiable information to rigorous procedural and technological controls, consistent with legal requirements.