1. Use of Site
2. Links to Third-Party Web Sites
3. Linking to this Site
4. Downloading Files
SCO cannot and does not guarantee or warrant that files available for downloading through the Site will be free of infection by software viruses or other harmful computer code, files or programs. SCO does take reasonable measures to maintain a secure website and content to limit the spread of malicious code and viruses. If malicious code is identified you are encouraged to report it to security (AT) sco . idaho . gov immediately.
The information provided on this Site is for your general information and use only. Neither the SCO nor any third party agency provide any warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, timeliness, performance, completeness or suitability of the information and materials found or offered on this website for any particular purpose. The Idaho State Controller’s office takes reasonable and appropriate measures to maintain the timeliness and accuracy of information. However, data is provided from other state agencies and SCO, may not have been reviewed or audited, and my contain errors, omissions, or misstatements. Financial data is presented on a cash basis which may not fairly, completely or accurately represent the State’s financial position or the results of its operations. This may make it appear that the data is different or does not agree from other reports or information available. There are valid reasons why that is the case. For example, financial statements, such as the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the state, are prepared using a different basis of accounting than budget reports. The CAFR uses an accrual basis which includes items like accounts payable and accounts receivables, while budget reports and state revenues and expenditures are generally prepared on a cash basis, like a check book. Neither one is right or wrong. They are different by design because the underlying purpose of the information is different. When analyzing the data, it’s important to keep the various perspectives in mind to guard against drawing incorrect conclusions.
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You understand and agree that you are personally responsible for your behavior on the Site. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the SCO and the State of Idaho from and against all claims, losses, expenses, damages and costs (including, but not limited to, direct, incidental, consequential, exemplary and indirect damages), and reasonable attorneys' fees, resulting from or arising out of your use, misuse, or inability to use the Site, the Service, or the Content, or any violation by you of this Agreement.
8. User Conduct
You agree to use the Site only for lawful purposes. You agree not to take any action that might compromise the security of the Site, render the Site inaccessible to others or otherwise cause damage to the Site or the Content. You agree not to add to, subtract from, or otherwise modify the Content, or to attempt to access any Content that is not intended for you. You agree not to use the Site in any manner that might interfere with the rights of third parties.
9. Password Security
If you have been issued an identification and password in order to access the Services or applications on this Site, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your member identification and password information, not writing it down in plain text, disclosing it to others, or otherwise allowing others to utilize the username and password provided to you. In order to do this, you must take reasonable procedures to ensure your password is secure, including but not limited to the following actions taken by you.
Be familiar with common attacks against individuals by attending an end-user security awareness training session, to include the following topics at a minimum:
- Email/Web Security
- Password Construction and Management
- Social Engineering
- Physical Security
- Viruses, malware and malicious code
- How to report incidents
- Make a reasonable effort to pick a good password and manage it appropriately
You agree to accept responsibility for all activities that occur under your member identification and password regardless as to whether the activities are known to you or not. SCO and the State of Idaho cannot be held accountable in any way for ignorance of basic security practices and is no excuse for non-compliance with applicable policies and laws.
10. Choice of Law/ Choice of Forum
11. Questions and Feedback
The Idaho State Controller’s Office will do its best to answer any question or concern you may have regarding the information on this website. And, we may have to direct requests to another agency for answers. For questions, concerns and general feedback, please contact us by any of the methods described by visiting the Contact Us link at the bottom of this page.
The State Controller’s Office welcomes feedback regarding our existing products and services that will help us meet our customer's needs. Feedback can be provided through the listed "contact us" areas on the Site.
At the Office of the State Controller we try to keep the needs of our visitors in mind at all times.
Where possible, we have followed the guidelines published by accessibility experts (see below for a list of additional resources). Our pages are validated to the current HTML standards and conform to either Level A or Level Double-A of the WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines. The only exceptions to this policy are pages hosted by us but created by outside writers, as it may not always be possible to make the original document adhere to the guidelines without changing it substantially.
Additional ResourcesWorld Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility GuidelinesNational Center for Accessible Media