ASCC Public Records
ASCC maintains four sets of records which may be of interest to the public.
These records are:
1. Financial records. These records contain a history of all financial transactions of the agency including the amount and source of funds received and funds expended for all agency expenses including: general operation, staff salaries and training and client purchases. Financial records are stored in electronic and paper format. An overview of agency income and expenditures for the latest fiscal year is available in the ASCC Annual Report.
2. Personnel records. These records contain information on all ASCC employees including: application for employment, employment related correspondence, salary history, promotions and demotions and evaluations. Personnel records are stored in paper format.
3. Confidential case files. These files contain documentation of client needs and the services provided to meet those needs by the Case Management staff. Case files are stored in paper format.
4. Confidential Disability Registry. The Disability Registry is an electronic database of all ASCC clients. The Disability Registry was authorized by passage of Act 330 by the Arkansas Legislature in 1977.