Global Homeland Security Search (Patriot Act)
The Global Homeland Security Search (also known as Patriot Act/Terrorist Watch List) is administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control which enforces economic sanctions programs, primarily against countries and groups of individuals such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers. The sanctions can be either comprehensive or selective, using the blocking of assets and trade restrictions to accomplish foreign policy and national security goals.
- Terrorist Watch Lists
- Lists of Excluded Parties
- OFAC, OIG (FACIS Level 1)
- FDA Debarment
- More than 70 additional sources
Healthcare Compliance – FACIS Level 3 (OIG Medicare/Medicaid Sanction Report)
The Fraud and Control Information System (FACIS) is a database search of records containing adverse actions against individuals and entities sanctioned in the healthcare field. This includes information on disciplinary actions ranging from exclusions and debarments to letters of reprimand and probation. This search is inclusive of more than 800 sources in 50 states.
Information Reported (but not limited to):
- General Services Administration (GSA)
- FDA Debarment
- Excluded Parties List System (EPLS)
- Office of Inspector General (OIG)
Form I-9 and E-Verify Compliance
- Complete online I-9 Forms.
- Confirm the legal “right to work” status of newly hired employees and receive a verification from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
- Electronically store and retrieve active and inactive I-9 forms providing 24/7 access for updating, re-verification, and governmental inspection as dictated by law.
- Receive automated alerts 90, 60 and 30 days in advance of the expiration of employees’ work authorization, along with authorization documents enabling employees to apply for renewal of their work authorizations. This greatly increases the probability that they can legally continue to work without interruption.
- Easily identify current employees with fraudulent Social Security Numbers through the Social Security Administration (SSA) Employee Verification Service (EVS).
Employment Credit Report
An Employment Credit Report provides a credit history of the applicant, with public records such as bankruptcies, and may include previous employers, addresses and other names used.
Please note: Employment Credit Reports do not include a FICO/Beacon score and are ‘soft inquiries’ which do not impact credit scores.
- Seven Year Credit History
- High/Low Balance
- Payment Patterns
- May include Previous Employers, Addresses and Aliases
In order to be approved to process Credit Reports through Occuscreen, an onsite inspection must be completed. Occuscreen can facilitate this process for you. Also, please note; an employment credit report should only be requested when it is specifically relevant to a job function. Employers should review state regulations prior to processing this report, as an increasing number of states are regulating what positions qualify to have this report used as part of the hiring criteria.