Identity Theft Protection Program (Red Flags Rule)

Identity Theft and Municipal Utilities

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA)1, requires all municipalities that operate utilities to have an Identity Theft Prevention Program by November 1, 2008.  However, completing a well thought-out program a month or so beyond the deadline is more important than adopting a pro-forma plan “for the books.”

Memo - Explains Municipal or Utility Program Requirements and Steps

Sample Template for Identity Theft Prevention Program

Training Materials

SDML thanks the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association for its support in the development of these Identity Theft Prevention Program materials.

Reg Flags Rule Questions & Answers

A Do-It-Yourself Prevention Program for Businesses and Organizations at Low Risk for Identity Theft

Where non-profit and government entities defer payment for goods or services, they are to be considered creditors, and therefore, that includes all the individual utility service accounts held by customers of the utility whether residential, commercial or industrial.  Read complete Section 114of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (16 C. F. R. § 681.2)

Identity Theft Protection Reviews

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