Employee Administrative Records
The purpose of the system is to enable the Bureau to manage and administer human capital functions, including personnel actions, payroll, human resources, time and attendance, leave, insurance, tax, retirement and other employee benefits, employee claims for loss or damage to personal property, alternative dispute resolution processes, and to prepare related reports to other Federal agencies. The information will also be used for administrative purposes to ensure quality control, performance, and improving management processes.
Who is covered: CFPB Employees and their named dependents and/or beneficiaries, their named emergency contacts, and individuals who have been extended offers of employment.
What information is collected: Records in this system may contain identifiable information about individuals including, without limitation: (1) Identification and contact information, including name, address, email address, phone number and other contact information; (2) employee emergency contact information, including name, phone number, relationship to employee or emergency contact; (3) Social Security number (SSN), employee ID number, organization code, pay rate, salary, grade, length of service, and other related pay and leave records including payroll data; (4) biographic and demographic data, including date of birth and marital or domestic partnership status; (5) employment-related information such as performance reports, training, professional licenses, certification, and memberships information, alternative dispute resolution processes, fitness center membership information, union dues, employee claims for loss or damage to personal property, and other information related to employment by the Bureau; (6) benefits data, such as health, life, travel, and disability insurance information; (7) retirement benefits information and flexible spending account information; and (8) time and attendance records.
Why is the information collected: The purpose of this system of records is to maintain and organize comments submitted to the Bureau in response to Bureau documents published in the Federal Register requesting public comment. It permits the Bureau to identify submitters in order to potentially communicate with them as appropriate and necessary, such as seeking clarification, providing a direct response if warranted, or other such needs associated with a rulemaking or notice process. The system also provides the public with a central online location, via , to search, view, download, and comment on Bureau documents published in the Federal Register requesting public comment and view other comments the Bureau may have received.
SYSTEM OF RECORDS NOTICE
HISTORY FOR THIS SYSTEM OF RECORDS NOTICE
85 FR 48510