ACR 30754 — SPRS System Change
Nov. 18, 2011
ACR 30754 validates the protect indicator from the Uniform Statewide Payroll/Personnel System (USPS) for certain Office of the Attorney General (OAG) employees in the Standardized Payroll/Personnel Reporting System (SPRS) effective Nov. 18, 2011.
House Bill 1046, 82nd Legislature, Regular Session, protects the personal information of current and former Office of the Attorney General (OAG) employees whose duties involve law enforcement from release to the public. This information includes home address and phone, Social Security number, family members and emergency contact.
SPRS will need to check the USPS protect indicator to identify these OAG law enforcement employees who should be protected from having their information released to the public.
SPRS was modified to validate the USPS protect indicator on hires and data release indicator maintenance transactions. If the employee is found to be in a protected class, then SPRS will set the following data release indicators to N (meaning protect the information):
- Release Address
- Release Home Phone
- Release Social Security Number
- Release Family Information
- Release Emergency Contact