Alberta Supports Division - Alberta Human Services - Government of Alberta

Alberta Supports Division

Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) Program

PIB #:

74

Location:

Various offices, Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, driver’s license number, gender, marital status, employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, driver’s license number, gender, employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; Guardian/Trustee information; employment information including employment history, pay stubs or Employment Insurance stubs; type of accommodation; financial information including income and expenses, assets, banking information, disability insurance benefits information, Workers’ Compensation benefits information and Canada Pension Plan benefits information; medical and treatment information; educational information; need substantiation; Canada Revenue Agency tax information; sponsor information and investigation reports.

Individuals:

AISH clients, AISH client’s spouses, AISH client’s dependents, AISH applicants, Financial Administrators

Use:

To determine eligibility of applicants for AISH benefits and determine continued eligibility of recipients for AISH benefits

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped General Regulation
Applications and Appeals (Ministerial) Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation

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Income Support Program

PIB #:

75

Location:

Various offices, Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, gender, marital status, employment status, immigration status, First Nations status, and unique client identification number ; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, gender, employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; type of accommodation, income and expenses, financial assets, banking information, medical and employment information, need substantiation, Canada Revenue Agency tax information, sponsor information and investigation reports.

Individuals:

Income Support clients, Income Support client’s spouses, Income Support client’s dependents, Income Support applicants, Financial Administrators

Use:

To determine eligibility of applicants for Income Support benefits and determine continued eligibility of Income Support recipients

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation

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#15 - Central Client Directory

PIB #:

76

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May contain client’s name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, marital status, medical status, unique client identification number, and program (AISH or Income Support) for which the client has applied and is eligible.

Individuals:

AISH and Income Support applicants and clients

Use:

To maintain a provincial directory of all AISH and Income Support applicants and clients

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped General Regulation
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Applications and Appeals (Ministerial) Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation

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#55 - Learners Referrals to TOMIS (LRT)

PIB #:

77

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May contain name, Social Insurance Number, training dates, children’s names, respondent’s name and address, marital status at time of child’s birth, and Learner spouse’s name and Social Insurance Number.

Individuals:

Income Support Learners, spouses, dependents, and respondents

Use:

To provide referrals for Learners to the Child Support Services Program

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation
Child and Adult Support Regulation

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#58 - Local Income Support Application (LISA)

PIB #:

78

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, gender, marital status, employment status, medical status, immigration status, First Nations status, and unique client identification number ; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, gender, employment status, medical status, immigration status, and First Nations status; and payment information.

Individuals:

AISH and Income Support clients

Use:

To provide case management and payment generator for AISH and Income Support clients

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped General Regulation
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Applications and Appeals (Ministerial) Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation

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#61 - Mobius

PIB #:

79

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact  information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, gender, marital status, medical and employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, gender, medical and employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; type of accommodation, income and expenses, financial assets, banking information, need substantiation, Canada Revenue Agency tax information, sponsor information and investigation reports.

Individuals:

Alberta Works clients, Alberta Works Learners, Approved Training and Service Providers

Use:

To provide case and service management for Alberta Works clients and is also the financial tool for Alberta Works Learners who are eligible to receive funded training.  This tool provides the ability to apply for a service and/or benefit, determine eligibility and enroll clients and to calculate payment schedules, payment methods, issue payments and track/manage financial transactions

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation
Training Provider Regulation

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#65 - Participant Database

PIB #:

80

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact  information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, gender, marital status, medical and employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, gender, medical and employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; type of accommodation, income and expenses, financial assets, banking information, need substantiation, Canada Revenue Agency tax information, sponsor information and investigation reports.

Individuals:

Alberta Works clients, Alberta Works Learners, Approved Training and Service Providers

Use:

To match and track former Income Support clients through their participation with various employment and training initiatives (e.g. Alberta Community employment, Employment Skills Programs, Learner Funding, Alberta Job Corps, Career Development).  It also captures client pre-participation, current participation and post participation

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation
Training Provider Regulation

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#79 - Tracking of Maintenance Information System (TOMIS)

PIB #:

81

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May include name, contact information, date of birth, Social Insurance Number, Personal Health Number, gender, marital status, employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; spouse/partner and dependent information including name, contact information, gender, parentage evidence, employment status, immigration status, and First Nations status; type of accommodation, income and expenses, financial assets, banking information, medical and employment information, need substantiation, Canada Revenue Agency tax information, sponsor information, investigation reports, details of Agreements and Court Orders and Maintenance Enforcement Program registration documents.

Individuals:

Income Support clients, other low income Albertans who are eligible for Child Support Services and the respondents (the other parent or possible parent of the child or children) and dependents

Use:

To support the delivery of the Child Support Services Program by providing a case management tool that tracks collected evidence for Child Support applications, retains details of Agreements and Court Orders for child support as well as Maintenance Enforcement Program registration.  TOMIS also tracks expected and actual maintenance payments received by Income Support clients

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Adult Interdependent Relationship Act
Administrative Procedures Act
Financial Administration Act
Health Information Regulation
Child and Adult Support Regulation

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Work Outcomes Reporting Project (WORP)

PIB #:

82

Location:

Alberta Supports Division

Information Maintained:

May contain client’s name, contact information and opinions of former clients who have received employment training and Income Support services.

Individuals:

Individuals who have received from employment and training programs.  Individuals who have received Income Support

Use:

To analyze and report on survey results from clients who have completed training programs provided through Income Support to create statistically sound monthly survey files to improve benefits and services provided to clients

Legal Authority:

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Government Organization Act
Income and Employment Supports Act
Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
Training Provider Regulation

Created:
Modified: 2017-03-14
PID: 18309