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VendorCheck ensures that your vendors, contractors, and visitors are vetted by SecurTest.
How it works: Follow these easy steps to order your VendorCheck Background Check Reports.Click the GET STARTED icon to sign up for the VendorCheck Program. Once your account is set-up, you can begin ordering background checks for all your employees, applicants for employment, contractors, and subcontractors.

    • By using the SecurTest VendorCheck Program,
      a licensed iReviewNow partner, to perform background checks allows you to demonstrate your committment to protecting the enterprises you serve.
    • You have the option of ordering and paying for the VendorCheck Credential and Background Report. You can also require the individual pay for VendorCheck.
    • Each individual receives an email with instructions to complete VendorCheck.
    • Once the background check is completed, the individual will be able to view the report through the patented iReviewNow system to ensure it is accurate and complete. The individual can dispute the accuracy of the report, which will trigger an immediate reinvestigation. You also have the option to use the iReviewNow Individualized Assessment Feature, which allows the subject to provide context to any negative or derogatory information and explain any self-improvement steps. Iindividuals can upload documents, identification, or other materials to help create a 360 degree view of who they are today.
    • Once approved, you will be notified that the individual has been VendorCheck Approved.
    • The VendorCheck Creditial is valid for one year.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    • Why your client selected VendorCheck? SecurTest, Inc. has a proud 40-year history of providing background screening and regulatory compliance services for such security-minded clients as the U.S. Department of Defense and financial institutions. We have been recognized as the de facto standard for background screening due to our iReviewNow patents, which allow you to review your background report for accuracy before the client sees it. We fiercely protect your personal information. We do not share your personal information with parties you have not consented.
    • What kinds of information would cause me to fail my background report? Should I be worried about traffic tickets, as an example?

    VendorCheck only reports felony and misdemeanor convictions, as allowed by various federal and state laws.

Three-Levels

VendorCheck Gold

  • Level 1 Package - FBI fingerprint level Check (Nationwide)

  • SecurTest Comprehensive Background Check - Criminal Felony & Misdemeanor Search – County of Residence.  County Criminal Felony & Misdemeanor Search. (7-year history). County record search includes maiden or marital names in the last 7 years.

  • SecurHomeland® National Criminal Database Search. National/Multi-State Criminal Database Search. COPS, NationScan or similar multi-jurisdiction search of state and county criminal records and databases, including, but not limited to sex offender registries, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) lists, FBI most wanted fugitives, and wanted fugitives lists published by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and other sources. Search is based on current name and up to 3 aliases, maiden name, or marital names identified in the SSN Trace. Pursuant to the FCRA, we re-verify a reportable record to ensure it is accurate and complete.

  • Federal Criminal Search Nationwide. Federal district search consisting of a 7-year history search for felony convictions.

  • Social Security Number Verification and Identity Verification (via SSN Trace), including identification of Address History and alias/AKAs.

  • Auto-Adjudication - Standard based on your internal criteria.

  • iReviewNow Patented System

  • Pre-Adverse & Adverse Action Notifications via email

VendorCheck Silver

  • Level 2 Package
  • SecurTest Comprehensive Background Check - Criminal Felony & Misdemeanor Search – County of Residence.  County Criminal Felony & Misdemeanor Search. (7-year history). County record search includes maiden or marital names in the last 7 years.

  • SecurHomeland® National Criminal Database Search. National/Multi-State Criminal Database Search. COPS, NationScan or similar multi-jurisdiction search of state and county criminal records and databases, including, but not limited to sex offender registries, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) lists, FBI most wanted fugitives, and wanted fugitives lists published by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and other sources. Search is based on current name and up to 3 aliases, maiden name, or marital names identified in the SSN Trace. Pursuant to the FCRA, we re-verify a reportable record to ensure it is accurate and complete.

  • Federal Criminal Search Nationwide. Federal district search consisting of a 7-year history search for felony convictions.

  • Social Security Number Verification and Identity Verification (via SSN Trace), including identification of Address History and alias/AKAs.

  • Auto-Adjudication - Standard based on your internal criteria.

  • iReviewNow Patented System

  • Pre-Adverse & Adverse Action Notifications via email

 

 

VendorCheck Basic

  • Level 3 Package
  • SecurHomeland® National Criminal Database Search. National/Multi-State Criminal Database Search. COPS, NationScan or similar multi-jurisdiction search of state and county criminal records and databases, including, but not limited to sex offender registries, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) lists, FBI most wanted fugitives, and wanted fugitives lists published by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and other sources. Search is based on current name and up to 3 aliases, maiden name, or marital names identified in the SSN Trace. Pursuant to the FCRA, we re-verify a reportable record to ensure it is accurate and complete.

  • Federal Criminal Search Nationwide. Federal district search consisting of a 7-year history search for felony convictions.

  • Social Security Number Verification and Identity Verification (via SSN Trace), including identification of Address History and alias/AKAs.

  • Auto-Adjudication - Standard based on your internal criteria.

  • iReviewNow Patented System

What is SecurHomeland® Search is based on current name and up to 3 aliases, maiden name, or marital names identified in the SSN Trace.

 

Nationwide Criminal History Data Search

This feature searches over 400 million criminal records from searches performed by SecurTest and other companies that archive records.  Pursuant to the FCRA, we reverify a reportable record to ensure it is accurate and complete. It also includes a NationScan or similar multi-jurisdiction search of state and county criminal records and databases.

 

Nationwide Federal and State Registered Sex Offender Search

This feature searches all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and numerous Indian tribes for the identity and location of known sex offenders.

Security Watch List Source Description

Air Force Fugitives

Official Source Name: US Air Force, Office of Special Investigations

The OSI begins an investigation on any Air Force member that is classified a deserter by the member’s command. OSI will then classify the deserter as a fugitive if either of the two following requirements are met: (a) if the member deserted to avoid a criminal investigation, prosecution or incarceration, or (b) if the member had access to any level of classified information that, if disclosed, would jeopardize national security interests of the United States. Available data elements may include name, race, sex, height, weight, matter being investigated, prior occupation and last known address. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Americas Most Wanted Lists

Official Source Name: Americas Most Wanted

Americas Most Wanted updates three lists including the top 10 most wanted fugitives for each: FBI, U.S. Marshals, and GangTECC. Available data elements may include name, age, sex, race, height, weight, and offenses. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

ATF Most Wanted

Official Source Name: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

The ATF publishes this list in an effort to combat violent crime. The subjects on this list have been involved in ATF criminal investigations, often in conjunction with other law enforcement agency investigations that resulted in the issuance of a federal arrest warrant. Several criteria are considered before choosing subjects for the ATF most wanted list. They are as follows: seriousness of the crime committed, past criminal record of the defendant, potential for the defendant to be a dangerous menace to society based on the current or past charges or belief that publicity afforded by the program will be of assistance in apprehending the wanted person. Available data elements may include name, DOB, sex, race, case number, federal warrant number, nationality, NCIC fingerprint codes, occupations, place of birth and notes. Update Frequency: Weekly

Australian Bank Sanctions List

Official Source Name: Australian Reserve Bank

This list is published by the Australian Reserve Bank to freeze assets to known and documented terrorists by

the UN Consolidated List and Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs. Available data elements may include name, DOB, country of sanction and sub group. Update Frequency: Last update 6/2012

 

Australian Consolidated List

Official Source Name: Australian Dept. of Foreign Affairs & Trade

The Australian DFAT publishes this list in an effort to freeze the assets of terrorists by making it a criminal offense for persons who hold assets controlled by persons or entities on the list to use or deal with those assets. Available data elements may include name of person or entity, A/K/A, offense, listing information, address & notes. Update Frequency: Last updated 6/2012

 

Canadian Sanctions List

Official Source Name: Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institution Canada (OSFI)

The OSFI publishes this list of names that are subject to the Regulations Establishing a List of Entities made under Subsection 83.05 (1) of the Criminal Code, and/or the Regulations Implementing the U.N. Resolutions in the Suppression of Terrorism and/or UN Al-Qaeda and Taliban Regulations. Available data elements may include name, nationality, title and designation. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Connecticut Medicare Actions list

Official Source Name: Connecticut Department of Social Services

The Connecticut Department of Social Services maintains a sanctions list containing providers and individuals who are currently terminated, barred, suspended, have voluntarily withdrawn or otherwise have been excluded from participation in the Connecticut Medicare program. Available data elements may include name, address,

event description, business and specialty. Update Frequency: Weekly

Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions Targets

Official Source Name: Bank of England, UN and EU

The Bank of England Publishes this consolidated list, which includes individuals and organizations against which financial sanctions have been imposed. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

DEA - Admin Actions - Doctors

Official Source Name: US Drug Enforcement Administration

The Office of Diversion Control within the Drug Enforcement Administration has compiled lists that are available since 2000 regarding doctors who have had administrative actions brought on against them. Available data elements may include name, events, administrative action, Federal registration number, profession and notes. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

DEA - Fugitives

Official Source Name: US Drug Enforcement Administration

The DEA publishes this list consisting of DEA Fugitives listed by Field Division. The US DEA has sole responsibility for coordinating and pursuing US drug investigations abroad, as they are the lead agency for domestic enforcement of federal drug laws. Update Frequency: Last update 11/2011

 

DEA Cases Against Doctors

Official Source Name: US Drug Enforcement Administration

The Office of Diversion Control within the Drug Enforcement Administration has compiled this listing of physician registrants who have been arrested and prosecuted in cases where the DEA was involved. Available data elements may include name, partial address, disposition, disposition date, date of arrest, DEA registration surrendered date and remarks. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Debarred Parties List

Official Source Name: US Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls

This is a list, compiled by the State Department, of parties who are barred from participating directly or indirectly in the export of defense articles, including technical data or in the furnishing of defense services for which a license or approval is required by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Update Frequency: Weekly

Denied Persons List

Official Source Name: US Department of Commerce

The US Department of Commerce publishes this list of individuals and entities that have been denied export privileges. Available data elements may include name, address and events. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

EU Consolidated List

Official Source Name: EU Credit Sector Federation

The EU publishes and releases this consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP) related financial sanctions. This list is maintained by the EU, whose objective is to assist the members of the EU Credit Sector Federations in their compliance with financial sanctions, and to help prevent the financing of terrorism. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

European Union Terrorist List

Official Source Name: United Nations Sanctions Committee, and Council of the European Union

The European Union Terrorist List includes persons, groups, or entities designated as involved in terrorist activities and subjected to restrictive measures by the United Nations Sanctions Committee and the Council of the European Union. Available data elements may include name, DOB, birth place, ID card or passport number, role and terrorist groups member of. Update Frequency: Last update 5/2011

 

Excluded Parties List

Official Source Name: General Services Administration

The Excluded Parties List includes information regarding entities debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, excluded or disqualified under the nonprocurement common rule, or otherwise declared ineligible from receiving Federal contracts, certain subcontracts, and certain Federal assistance and benefits. Update Frequency: Daily

 

FBI - Crime Alerts

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

The individuals included on the FBI’s Crime Alerts are those who are the most wanted involved in an operation that is currently taking place. Available data elements may include name, charge, category and notes. Update frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - Additional Violent Crimes


 

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, sex, race, DOB, charge, nationality NCIC number, occupation, place of birth, notes & scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - Crimes against Children

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, sex, race, DOB, charge, nationality NCIC number, occupation, place of birth and notes. Update Frequency: Weekly

FBI Fugitives - Criminal Enterprise

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, charge, nationality, NCIC number, occupation, place of birth, notes

& scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - Cyber Crimes

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, DOB, charge, nationality, NCIC number, place of birth, notes &

scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - Domestic Terrorism

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, sex, race, DOB, A/K/A DOB, charge, nationality, NCIC number, occupation, place of birth, notes and scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - Violent Murders

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, sex, race, DOB, A/K/A DOB, charge, nationality, NCIC number, occupation, place of birth, notes & scars marks & tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI Fugitives - White Collar Crimes

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, sex, race, DOB, charge, nationality, NCIC number, occupation, place of birth, notes & scars marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, A/K/A, sex, weight, DOB, charge, languages, place of birth, notes &

scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FBI’s 10 Most Wanted

Official Source Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Available data elements may include name, A/K/A, sex, DOB, DOB A/K/A, charge, nationality, occupation, place of birth, notes & scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

FDA - Debarment List

Official Source Name: U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Office of Enforcement, Division of Compliance Policy This list, managed by the FDA, includes firms and persons debarred regarding the inspections, compliance, enforcement, and criminal investigations sections 306(a), (b)(1) and (2) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 335(a), (b)(1) and (2) as published in the Federal Register. Available data elements may include name, debarment category, effective date, and end of debarment. Update Frequency: Weekly

FDIC Failed Bank List

Official Source Name: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

The FDIC has created this list, which includes banks that have failed since October 1, 2000. Available data elements may include name, partial address, docket number, issued date, bank, and document number. Update Frequency: Last update 6/2012

 

Health & Human Services Exclusions List

Official Source Name: Health and Human Services Department

The OIG established a program, under Congressional mandate, to exclude individuals and entities affected by various legal authorities contained in section 1128 & 1156 of the Social Security Act, and maintain this list of all currently excluded parties preventing them from participating in Medicare, Medicaid and all federally funded health care programs. Basis for exclusion includes: convictions for program-related fraud and patient abuse, licensing board actions and default on Health Education Assistance Loans. Update Frequency: Weekly


 

HM Treasury Consolidated List

Official Source Name: HM Treasury Consolidated (formerly EU Credit Sector Federation)

The HM Treasury publishes and releases this consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP) related financial sanctions. This list is maintained by the HM Treasury, whose objective is to assist the members of the HM Treasury in their compliance with financial sanctions, and to help prevent the financing of terrorism. Update Frequency: Monthly

 

Idaho Medicaid Exclusions

Official Source Name: Idaho Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

The Idaho Medicaid Exclusions List is maintained by the ID Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and consists of providers, individuals and entities excluded by Idaho Medicaid due to fraud or otherwise unlawful acts related to the delivery of healthcare services. Available data elements may include name, exclusion date, period of exclusion and description. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Illinois - Medicaid Exclusions

Official Source Name: Illinois Medicaid Exclusions

The Illinois HFS maintains a sanctions list containing providers and individuals who are currently terminated, barred, suspended, have voluntarily withdrawn or otherwise have been excluded from participation in the

Illinois Medicaid program. Available data elements may include, name or business name, address, action, action date and affiliation. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

INTERPOL

Official Source Name: The International Criminal Police Organization

INTERPOL coordinates a list including international fugitives by submissions from its member countries. Member countries send electronic notices containing identification details and judicial information about wanted

criminals. These electronic submissions are recognized as having legal value to serve as a basis for provisional arrest. Update Frequency: Monthly

 

Kentucky Medicaid Exclusions List

Official Source Name: Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services compiles and reports to the Office of the Inspector General a list of healthcare providers who have been excluded from receiving reimbursement for providing Medicaid services. Available data elements may include name or company name, terminated date, license number and NPI number. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Mississippi Medicaid Exclusions List

Official Source Name: The Mississippi Division of Medicaid

The Mississippi Division of Medicaid compiles and maintains a list of healthcare providers who have been excluded from receiving reimbursement for providing Medicare and Medicaid services. The excluded includes parties that have failed to meet the prescribed statutory or regulatory obligations, and a sanction has been imposed against them. Available data elements may include name, address, specialty and suspension/sanction period. Update frequency: Last update 11/2012

 

MSB Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Registration List (FinCEN)

Official Source Name: Department of Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

The FinCEN MSB registration list contains entities that have registered as Money Services Businesses (MSBs) pursuant to the Bank Secrecy Act administered by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

NCUA Administrative Orders

Official Source Name: National Credit Union Administration

The NCUA publishes a list containing credit unions and/or persons to whom administrative orders have been issued due to affiliations with entities that have violated a law, rule or regulation, or have engaged in unsafe or unsound practices. The NCUA regulates and supervises all national credit unions, and enforces orders under the Federal Credit Union Act (FCUA). Update Frequency: Weekly

 

New Jersey Consolidated Debarment

Official Source Name: The State of New Jersey

The state of New Jersey maintains a list of individuals in which they have invoked debarment, suspension or disqualification measures. These individuals are, thus, excluded or rendered ineligible from participation in contracts and subcontracts with the State. Available data elements may include name, address, effective date, action, category, expiration of action and reason. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

New York Excluded Providers


 

Official Source Name: New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General

The Office of the Medicaid Inspector General maintains this list, which includes parties that have failed to meet the prescribed statutory or regulatory obligations, and a sanction has been imposed against them. Available data elements may include name, partial address, action date, action type, license number, provider number. Update Frequency: Weekly

FDIC Failed Bank List

Official Source Name: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

The FDIC has created this list, which includes banks that have failed since October 1, 2000. Available data elements may include name, partial address, docket number, issued date, bank, and document number. Update Frequency: Last update 6/2012

 

Health & Human Services Exclusions List

Official Source Name: Health and Human Services Department

The OIG established a program, under Congressional mandate, to exclude individuals and entities affected by various legal authorities contained in section 1128 & 1156 of the Social Security Act, and maintain this list of all currently excluded parties preventing them from participating in Medicare, Medicaid and all federally funded health care programs. Basis for exclusion includes: convictions for program-related fraud and patient abuse, licensing board actions and default on Health Education Assistance Loans. Update Frequency: Weekly


 

HM Treasury Consolidated List

Official Source Name: HM Treasury Consolidated (formerly EU Credit Sector Federation)

The HM Treasury publishes and releases this consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP) related financial sanctions. This list is maintained by the HM Treasury, whose objective is to assist the members of the HM Treasury in their compliance with financial sanctions, and to help prevent the financing of terrorism. Update Frequency: Monthly

 

Idaho Medicaid Exclusions

Official Source Name: Idaho Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

The Idaho Medicaid Exclusions List is maintained by the ID Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and consists of providers, individuals and entities excluded by Idaho Medicaid due to fraud or otherwise unlawful acts related to the delivery of healthcare services. Available data elements may include name, exclusion date, period of exclusion and description. Update Frequency: Weekly

Illinois - Medicaid Exclusions

Official Source Name: Illinois Medicaid Exclusions

The Illinois HFS maintains a sanctions list containing providers and individuals who are currently terminated, barred, suspended, have voluntarily withdrawn or otherwise have been excluded from participation in the

Illinois Medicaid program. Available data elements may include, name or business name, address, action, action date and affiliation. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

INTERPOL

Official Source Name: The International Criminal Police Organization

INTERPOL coordinates a list including international fugitives by submissions from its member countries. Member countries send electronic notices containing identification details and judicial information about wanted

criminals. These electronic submissions are recognized as having legal value to serve as a basis for provisional arrest. Update Frequency: Monthly

 

Kentucky Medicaid Exclusions List

Official Source Name: Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services compiles and reports to the Office of the Inspector General a list of healthcare providers who have been excluded from receiving reimbursement for providing Medicaid services. Available data elements may include name or company name, terminated date, license number and NPI number. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Mississippi Medicaid Exclusions List

Official Source Name: The Mississippi Division of Medicaid

The Mississippi Division of Medicaid compiles and maintains a list of healthcare providers who have been excluded from receiving reimbursement for providing Medicare and Medicaid services. The excluded includes parties that have failed to meet the prescribed statutory or regulatory obligations, and a sanction has been imposed against them. Available data elements may include name, address, specialty and suspension/sanction period. Update frequency: Last update 11/2012

 

MSB Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Registration List (FinCEN)

Official Source Name: Department of Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

The FinCEN MSB registration list contains entities that have registered as Money Services Businesses (MSBs) pursuant to the Bank Secrecy Act administered by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

NCUA Administrative Orders

Official Source Name: National Credit Union Administration

The NCUA publishes a list containing credit unions and/or persons to whom administrative orders have been issued due to affiliations with entities that have violated a law, rule or regulation, or have engaged in unsafe or unsound practices. The NCUA regulates and supervises all national credit unions, and enforces orders under the Federal Credit Union Act (FCUA). Update Frequency: Weekly

 

New Jersey Consolidated Debarment

Official Source Name: The State of New Jersey

The state of New Jersey maintains a list of individuals in which they have invoked debarment, suspension or disqualification measures. These individuals are, thus, excluded or rendered ineligible from participation in contracts and subcontracts with the State. Available data elements may include name, address, effective date, action, category, expiration of action and reason. Update Frequency: Weekly

New York Excluded Providers


 

Official Source Name: New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General

The Office of the Medicaid Inspector General maintains this list, which includes parties that have failed to meet the prescribed statutory or regulatory obligations, and a sanction has been imposed against them. Available data elements may include name, partial address, action date, action type, license number, provider number. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Non Proliferation Sanctions

Official Source Name: U.S. Department of State

The United States maintains this list of foreign individuals, private entities, and governments that engage in proliferation activities, onto which they have imposed sanctions. These sanctions can be imposed under various legal authorities. Available data elements may include name, imposed date, entity, and sanctions. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

OCC Enforcement Actions List

Official Source Name: Office of the Currency

Available after August 8, 1989, this list is published by the OCC, and includes entities in which formal action has been taken against for violations of law, violations of rules or regulations, unsafe or unsound practices,

violations of final orders, violations of conditions imposed in writing, and for IAP’s breaches of fiduciary duty. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) charters, regulates and supervises all national banks in the United States, as well as supervises the federal branches and agencies of foreign banks. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Ohio Medicaid Suspension List

Official Source Name: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

The Ohio Department Job and Family Services (ODJFS) maintains this list of parties or entities whose Medicaid provider agreement has been temporarily suspended. A provider’s agreement with Medicaid could be temporarily suspended during the proceedings of a charge relating to the delivery of healthcare services before

a final disposition is reached. Available data elements may include name or company name, address, indictment date, provider type and final disposition. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Ohio Medicaid Termination and Exclusions List

Official Source Name: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) maintains this list of parties or entities whose Medicaid provider agreement has either been terminated or who has been excluded. An excluded provider’s license is made inactive, terminated, suspended or revoked when they have failed to comply with program requirements, been convicted of a criminal offense making them ineligible to provide services, or if their participation is not in the best interest for Medicaid consumers or the state of Ohio. The provider could also be on the Ohio Medicaid Exclusions List if the Federal Department HHS initiates an action, or if they have been convicted of health care fraud or a criminal offense related to Medicaid programs. Available data elements may include name, address, date of termination, type of termination, date of reinstatement, Medicaid provider number and provider type. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

OIG Most Wanted Healthcare Fugitives

Official Source Name: Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

OIG maintains this list of the Most Wanted Healthcare Fugitives, which includes individuals with charges related to healthcare fraud and abuse. Available data elements may include name, height, weight, DOB, and description. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

OTS Enforcement Actions List

Official Source Name: Office of Thrift Supervision

The OTS Enforcement Actions List is a directory of actions, published by the OTS, levied against institution- affiliated parties, as well as officers, directors and controlling shareholders of such entities. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) List

Official Source Name: US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control

Published by OFAC, this list includes individuals that are PLC members who were elected on the party slate of

an FTO, SDT or SDGT. Transactions involving these individuals must be rejected. Section (b) of General License

4 issued pursuant to the Global Terrorism Sanctions Regulations (31 C.F.R. Part 594), the Terrorism Sanctions

Regulations (31 C.F.R. Part 595), and the Foreign Terrorist Organizations Sanctions Regulations (31 C.F.R. Part

597) authorizes U.S. financial institutions to reject transactions with members of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) who were elected to the PLC on the party slate of Hamas, or any other Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), Specially Designated Terrorist (SDT), or Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT), provided that any such individuals are not named on OFAC's list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked


 

Persons (SDN List). Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Pennsylvania Medicheck List

Official Source Name: Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare

The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) maintains this list of provider (individuals and other entities who deliver Healthcare Services) who are precluded from participation in the PA Medicaid program. Available data elements may include name, begin date and license number. Update Frequency: Last update

6/2012

 

Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) List

Official Source Name: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

The Central Intelligence Agency publishes the list as a reference aid, as it is a requirement that institutions are aware of the dealings with “Politically Exposed Persons.” The PEP List includes those individuals who perform public functions for a government or administrative body, members of ruling royal families, as well as people in religious organizations who are influential over political, military or judicial matters. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

South Carolina Medicaid Exclusions List

Official Source Name: South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

The South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (SCDHHS) identifies and maintains this list of parties or entities that have a conviction of a criminal offense, conviction of fraud, conviction of neglect or abuse, excessive claims, failure to comply with financial responsibilities, etc. related to the delivery of healthcare services. An excluded provider can be an individual practitioner, group, facility, organization,

institution, business or other type of entity denied Medicaid payment for any healthcare services. Available data elements may include name, partial address, date excluded and last known profession/provider. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Specially Designated Nationals List

Official Source Name: US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control

Published by OFAC, this list includes Individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries; individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country-specific. Collectively, such individuals and companies are

called "Specially Designated Nationals." Their assets are blocked and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them. Update Frequency: Weekly

Terrorism Knowledge Base

Official Source Name: Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT)

The MIPT publishes this list offering in-depth information on terrorist incidents, groups, leaders, members and trials. The TKB covers the history, affiliations, locations, and tactics of terrorist groups operating across the world, with over 35 years of terrorism incident data. Available data elements may include name, current location, group, marital status & education. Update Frequency: Last updated 5/2008

 

Texas Health and Human Services Exclusion List

Official Source Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission Exclusion List, OIG

Published by the Texas HHSC, the Office of the Inspector General requires that this list is compiled in an effort to protect the health and welfare of people who receive Medicaid and other state benefits. The people or businesses included are disallowed to participate as service providers. Available data elements may include name, start date, date added, license number and notes. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

Unverified List

Official Source Name: US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS)

Published by the US Department of Commerce, this list includes names and countries of foreign persons who, in the past, took part in a transaction to which the BIS could not conduct a pre-license check or a post-shipment verification for reasons outside of the US Government’s control. Any transaction to which a listed person is a party will be deemed by BIS to raise a “red flag” with respect to such transaction. The “red flag” applies to the person on the Unverified List regardless of where the person is located in the country. Available data elements may include name, country & last known address. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

US Marshals 15 Most Wanted

Official Source Name: Department of Justice

Established in 1983, the Marshals Service publishes the names of wanted persons in an effort to prioritize the investigation and apprehension of high-profile offenders who are considered to be some of the country’s most dangerous fugitives. These offenders tend to be career criminals with histories of violence or whose instant offense(s) pose a significant threat to public safety. Available data elements may include name, A/K/A, sex, race, DOB, charge, warrant date, place of birth, warrant issued location, warrant number, notes & scars marks


and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

US Secret Service Most Wanted

Official Source Name: Secret Service

The US Secret Service publishes this list, which includes the most wanted fugitives, with a focus on those wanted for fraud and identity theft. Available data elements may include name, sex, race, weight, DOB, charge, place of birth, notes & scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

USPS Most Wanted

Official Source Name: UPS Postal Service

This is a federal wanted list provided by the United States Postal Inspection Service, including fugitives wanted for mail fraud. Available data elements may include name, A/K/A, sex, race, height, weight, DOB, offenses, warrant date, fingerprint number, place of birth, warrant number, notes & scars, marks and tattoos. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

World Bank Listing of Ineligible Firms/Individuals

Official Source Name: World Bank

This list, published by World Bank, consists of firms or individuals who have engaged in fraudulent, corrupt, collusive, or coercive practices. These entities may be subject to an administrative sanction such as debarment. Debarment may be permanent or temporary, and is meant to prevent and deter fraud and corruption in the projects that the Bank finances or supports. Available data elements may include name, ineligible from date, ineligible to date, country, grounds, & location. Update Frequency: Weekly

 

 

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