Frequent Questions

Can consultants, attorneys, or other agents acting on behalf of a regulated entity disclose violations through the eDisclosure portal? If so, how?

Consultants, attorneys, or other agents may disclose violations through the eDisclosure portal on behalf of a regulated entity. The portal requires all persons submitting information to the system to be identify-proofed. It also allows a submitter to specify on whose behalf he is submitting a disclosure. All information submitted to the system must be certified. The certifier must be the owner/operator of the company or someone legally representing the company and authorized by a designated official employed by the entity.

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