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Open Data Publication Handbook
Authors: Deirdre Lee, Richard Cyganiak, Stefan Decker
Insight Centre for Data Analytics, NUI Galway
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

The Montana Unemployment Insurance (UI) Division provides several options for employers and
third-party agents of employers to electronically file quarterly unemployment insurance tax and wage
reports as well as make payments.
Electronic report filing methods include:
• Upload or manual entry into our UI eServices for Employers (eServices) website,
• A secure file-to-file drop web-service,
• The State of Montana’s FTP Secure File Transfer Service, and
• Software direct electronic filing (Quickbooks Enhanced Payroll Users only).
Quarterly report file formats include:
• Microsoft Excel
• CSV (Comma-Separated Values),
• ICESA (Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies), and
• FSET (Federal/State Employment Taxes).
Electronic payment options include ACH Debit, ACH Credit and Credit Card payments.
This handbook provides details regarding the transmission options, file layouts (schema) and
submission requirements.
For additional questions, please email our Customer Support team at uieservices@mt.gov or call
(406) 444-3834 (select option 2). Normal business hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00
Montana Unemployment Insurance
Contributions Bureau
PO Box 6339
Helena MT 59604-6339

Montana New Hire Reporting Form
Federal ID Number:
Business Name:
Mailing Address:
Address Line 2:
City: State: Zip Code:
Business Phone: Ext. Fax Number:
Email Address (optional)
If the above businessaddressisnew, please mark thisbox
 If your company address is outside of the United States, report online.
 If the individual does not have a Montana address, report online.
Social Security Number: Date of Hire:
Last Name: First Name: MI:
Mailing Address:
Address Line 2
City: State: Zip Code:
Home Address:
Address Line 2:
City: State: Zip Code:
Optional Employee Information
Home Phone: Date of Birth:
Work Phone: State of Hire:
Is Health Insurance Available: Yes No
Date Health Insurance Is Available:

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Go to: https://dphhs.mt.gov/CSED/employerinfo/newhirereporting
New Hire Reporting Helpline: 1-888-866-0327 or 406-444-9290
Fax to: 1-888-272-1990 / Local Fax: 406-444-0745
Or Mail To: Montana New Hire Reporting
PO Box 8013
Helena, MT 59604-8013 (REV 12/2017)

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Cardinal Station Newburg Center for Primary Care
215 Central Avenue, Suite 100 1941 Bishop Lane, Suite 900 215 Central Avenue, Suite 205
Louisville, KY 40208 Louisville, KY 40218 Louisville, Ky 40208
I:FCMPhyllis HarrisFormsNew Patient Pkg Components
UofL Department of Family & Geriatric Medicine
Dear New Patient,
Welcome to your University of Louisville Physicians Family practice! We
are offering patient-centered medical care and are enthusiastic about our
relationships with our patients. In order to better serve your needs, we are
enclosing several forms and ask that you completely fill each form out.
The first sheet will help us learn more about you; please completely fill out this
form about your family history. The next sheet is titled, “Authorization for the
use and/or Disclosure of Protected Health Information”, and you will need to
completely fill that out for our doctors to treat you to the best of their ability; it
gives us permission to review your medical records from your previous primary
medical facilities.
Following, please completely fill out the Registration, Social Services & Consent
Form. Next, you will find our Privacy Notice, followed by an acknowledgement that
you have received and understand our Privacy Policies. Finally, the last form is the
Office Acknowledgements and Policies form. Please read carefully and sign
your name at the bottom of the letter.
Please make sure to bring all of these forms with you to your first office visit.
Do not mail them back to the office. Also, please remember to always
bring your picture ID, current insurance cards and your co-payment. If your
health insurance requires you to select a primary care doctor please do so prior to
your office visit. Please bring in any and all medication you take, in their
original bottles, to your appointment.
If the patient is under 18 years of age he or she must be accompanied by an
adult and will need to bring a copy of their current immunization certificate.
Please arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled appointment time so that if
you have questions about these forms or we need more information, we can
address it all prior to your appointment.
We look forward to seeing you!
University of Louisville Physicians
UofL Family and Geriatric Medicine


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Montana Operations Manual
Effective Date 02/01/2002
Last Revised 02/18/2015
Department of Administration
State Information Technology Services Division
POL-Internet Privacy and Security Policy
I. Purpose
The Montana Information Technology Act (MITA) assigns the responsibility of establishing and
enforcing statewide IT policies and standards to the Department of Administration (DOA). The
purpose of this Policy is to implement the Internet Privacy and Security Policy for defining
actions to fulfill the responsibility.
II. Scope
This Policy applies to the CIO as required under 2-17-521(4), MCA, and to executive branch
agencies, excluding the university system, as required under Section 2-17-524(3), MCA.
III. Policy Statement
This policy has been developed for the state’s enterprise information systems maintained by
DOA based on the Montana Information Technology Act (MITA). This policy is in cooperation
with the federal and local governments with the objective of providing seamless access to
information and services to the greatest degree possible 2-17-505 (3).
IV. Roles and Responsibilities
Roles and responsibilities are required by this policy and in accordance with POL-Information
Security Policy – Appendix B (Security Roles and Responsibilities).
V. Requirements
The State of Montana respects each individual website user’s right to privacy. Any personal
information that is collected will not be disclosed to any third party except as required by
applicable law, unless the website user has expressly permitted the disclosure or “opted in”
to allow the disclosure. The purpose of this statement is to inform website users of the use of
information that may be collected while they are visiting this or any State of Montana
Citizens and businesses are not routinely asked to provide personal information to visit State
of Montana websites or to download information. This includes mt.gov as well as agency
websites. Government agencies may request personally identifiable information from you in
order to provide requested specialized services, but such information is handled as it would
during an in-person visit to a government office.
Montana law controls the level of access to personally identifiable information maintained in
public records at state and local levels of government. Information that is generally available
under Montana law may be posted for electronic access through mt.gov and associated
agency websites.
Use of Constituent Email Addresses
Email addresses obtained as a result of a request to the state website will not be sold or given
to other private companies for marketing purposes unless it is specifically stated when the
email address is requested and the user “opts in” to having their email used in the stated
fashion. The information collected is subject to the access and confidentiality provisions of
Montana Code and Federal law. Email or other information requests sent to a state website
may be maintained in order to respond to the request, forward that request to the appropriate
agency, communicate updates to the state web page that may be of interest to citizens, or to
provide the website designers with valuable customer feedback to assist in improving the site.
Individuals will be provided with the ability to “opt in” at any time to receive communication
regarding new service updates.
Transaction Information
The state uses secured servers for conducting online transactions. All credit card and other
payment information that is transmitted is protected by encryption technology, provided the
website user’s browser is properly configured and the user’s computer is operating properly.
Data Security and Quality
The State of Montana is committed to data security and the data quality of personally
identifiable information that is either available from or collected by governmental web sites,
and has taken reasonable precautions to protect personally identifiable information from loss,
misuse or alteration. Any third parties responsible for this information are committed to the
same principles, and also are required by contract to follow the same policies and guidelines
as the State of Montana in protecting this information. Unless otherwise prohibited by state or
federal law, rule or regulation, the individual is granted the ability to access and correct
personally identifiable information whether or not the information inaccuracy was accidental or
created by unauthorized access.
Non-State Websites
Various non-state websites may be linked through mt.gov and other state maintained
websites. Since the state has no control over these non- state websites, visitors to those sites
are advised to check their privacy statements and be cautious about providing personally
identifiable information without a clear understanding of how the information will be used. The
state accepts no liability for other entities that are linked to the state’s websites. Visitors may
also wish to consult privacy guidelines such as those recommended by the Online Privacy
Website Security
For information security purposes, the computer systems that host mt.gov and other state
websites employ software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized
attempts to compromise its devices. These attempts to cause damage could be subject to
legal action.
1. All government websites that collect personally identifiable information from a website user
will apply the following criteria:
2. The website must identify who operates it.
3. The website must provide the address and telephone number, as well as an email address,
where a contact can be made.
4. The website must give a general description of the types of third parties that may obtain the
information that is being collected.
5. The website must provide the website user the ability to “opt-in” for allowing their
information to be used in other ways than for the purpose of the website.
VI. Definitions
Government: The state which includes the State of Montana or any office, department,
agency, authority, commission, board, institution, hospital, college, university, or other
instrumentality of the state and political subdivisions of the state which includes any county,
city, municipal corporation, school district, or other political subdivision or public corporation.
Personally Identifiable Information: Individually identifiable information about an individual
collected online, including:
A first and last name
A residence or other physical address, including a street name and name of a city or
An email address
A telephone number
A social security number
Unique identifying information that an Internet service provider or a government website
operator collects and combines with any information described above.
VII. Compliance
Compliance shall be evidenced by implementing the Policy as described above.
Policy changes or exceptions are governed by theProcedure for Establishing and
Implementing Statewide Information Technology Policies and Standards. Requests for a
review or change to this instrument are made by submitting an Action Request form.
Requests for exceptions are made by submitting an Exception Request form. Changes to
policies and standards will be prioritized and acted upon based on impact and need.
VIII. Enforcement
Policies and standards not developed in accordance with this policy will not be approved as
statewide IT policies or standards.
Enforcement for statewide polices and standards developed in accordance with this policy will
be defined in each policy, standard or procedure.
If warranted, management shall take appropriate disciplinary action to enforce this Policy, up to
and including termination of employment, consistent with current State Policy. The discipline
policy can be found in the MOM Policy System (search for: 261). When considering formal
disciplinary action, management will consult with their assigned Human Resource Specialist
before taking action.
IX. References
A. Legislation
• 2-15-112 MCA Powers and Duties of Department
• 2-15-114 MCA Security Responsibilities of Departments for Data
• 2-17-505 MCA Policy
• 2-17-512 MCA Duties and Powers of Department Heads
• 2-17-514(1) MCA Enforcement
• Montana Information Technology Act (MITA)
B. Policies, Directives, Regulations, Rules, Procedures, Memoranda
• ARM 2.13.101 – 2.13.107 – Regulation of Communication Facilities
• ARM 2.12.206 – Establishing Policies, Standards, Procedures and Guidelines
• Statewide Policy: POL-Establishing and Implementing Statewide Information
Technology Policies and Standards
• SITSD Procedure: IT Policies, Standards, Procedures and White Papers (search for:
C. Standards, Guidelines
Appendix A
Request for Agency Records
Department of Administration
Information Technology Services Division
Agency: Date Requested: ______________
Requestor name: Title__________________________
Agency Head / Delegate Printed Name: __________________________________________________
Agency Head / Delegate Signature: _____________________________________________________
Please send records to the requestor
Send records to:
EMAIL (Records are kept for fourteen days)
Employee Name and USER ID
TELEPHONE (Records are kept for thirteen months. This includes outgoing local and long distance calls)
Employee Name and Telephone No._
INTERNET (Records are kept for thirty days)
Employee Name and IP Address
Login Information (Available log information is limited by log-system capacity affected by dynamic user
load. Logs for specific timeframes may or may not be available because of this dynamic interaction.)
Employee Name and USER ID
Other Records Request
Employee Name, USER ID, and/or IP Address
Other Pertinent Information:
Description of Request/Comments:
ServiceDesk: Date:
Legal Counsel: Date:
(Public Requests Only)
Agency Notification:
Request Completed by: Date: SCT No.
Attached, copy of records to requestor Information provided electronically Date:
Request Completed by: Date: SCT No.
Attached, copy of records to requestor Information provided electronically Date:
POL-Internet Privacy and Security Policy Page 7 of 7
1. State Security Policy ENT-SEC-091, “Agency requests must be in writing from the
agency head…”
2. MCA 2-15-112, (2) Except as otherwise provided by law, each department head
may: (b) delegate any of the functions vested in the department head to
subordinate employees;
a. For a Delegate to authorize a request, delegated authority per MCA 2-
15-112 must be on file in writing in the DOA ITSD Service Desk with
original signatures.
b. The Delegate will need their name and signature on
the letter for comparison. c. The authorization will be
validated on an annual basis.
3. The agency requestor completes the “Request for Agency Records” form and
submits the form to their
Agency Head / Delegate for approval/signature.
4. Send the completed form to: DOA ITSD Service Desk
a. Agency records requested by the Public, will be disseminated only
upon the DOA Legal Counsel approval.
5. After appropriate authorization is confirmed, qualified records will be sent to the
individual designated on the form.
6. The DOA ITSD Service Desk Supervisor routes the request to the appropriate
Bureau’s staff.
Each request; Email, Telephone, and Internet records will be sent to the
specified requestor by the individual staff providing the requested record(s).
7. Please indicate any special instructions in the Description of Request/Comments
If you have questions regarding this form and instructions, please telephone the DOA
ITSD Service Desk at 444-2000.

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