|(a) Right to correction. An individual who believes
that the information collected by and in the possession of the department
on a form or through electronic media is incorrect has a right to
have the department correct the information. The individual has no
right to change information that was correct when submitted, but is
no longer correct. An individual cannot request a change on a form
that is submitted by another individual, except when he or she has
legal authority to act on behalf of the other individual.
(b) Submittal of request. The individual must submit
the correction request in writing to the program within the department
that is in possession of the information. The program may be identified
by correspondence received by the individual from the department,
a request for public information from the individual, or the program
to whom the form was submitted by the individual.
(c) Requirements for correction requests. The correction
(1) specifically identify the program where the records
are located and include the document name, and if known, the page
(2) specifically identify the information which the
individual believes is incorrect;
(3) provide the department with sufficient information
to establish that the information is incorrect and was incorrect at
the time it was submitted by the individual; and
(4) provide the correct information.