The following reports have been issued by the Ohio Development Services Agency.
Ohio law requires the Ohio Development Services Agency post online information about the grants it makes. This website reporting requirement appears in the Ohio Revised Code at Section 125.112(F) and it became effective December 30, 2009. This website is made available to the public to comply with this reporting requirement. The website reporting requirement applies to grants made beginning in State Fiscal Year 2008 (July 1, 2007-June 30, 2008). This Website includes a searchable database listing both grants and loans that the Ohio Development Service Agency has made since July 1, 2007.
Ohio law requires the Ohio Development Services Agency make information available online about the tax incentives the Agency approves for the purposes of economic development of the State of Ohio. This website reporting requirement appears in the Ohio Revised Code at Section 125.20 (A)(2) and it required the online reporting to be available April 15, 2010. This website is made available to the public to comply with this reporting requirement.
The website displays tax incentives approved beginning in State Calendar Year 2008 and includes a searchable database listing tax incentives that the Agency has approved since January 1, 2008.
The Ohio Development Services Agency (Development) is dedicated to ensuring the privacy and security of Ohio citizens who have personal information stored in systems maintained or administered by Development, and to controlling access to such information by its employees. To further these goals, Development has adopted this policy, consistent with the State of Ohio’s “Access Rules” set forth at 1347.15 of the Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Administrative Code 122-6-01.
Development collects a variety of information in the process of administering its programs. This information may include Confidential Personal Information (CPI).
Development employees may only access or use CPI when it directly relates to the exercise of their duties and is consistent with Ohio’s Access Rules. Development employees are trained on this policy. Failure of a Development employee to adhere to Ohio’s Access Rules and related policies, including knowingly improperly accessing, using or disclosing CPI, is a violation of the law and may result in disciplinary action and/or criminal prosecution.
For more information or if you have questions about the policy, please contact the Ohio Development Services Agency Legal Office at (614) 466-5017.