ACCCT
  
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American Cooperative Council On Compensation Technology


ACCCT is an organization, which operates as a joint venture of independent workers’ compensation advisory and rating organizations. Its purpose is to foster software development and technical cooperation on a project basis among its membership. Any number of members may agree to a joint effort for a given project. ACCCT facilitates this cooperation by providing a venue and support for legal services, billing, and bookkeeping.
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***IMPORTANT ADVISORY***

CDX RESCINDS THE DECEMBER 31, 2014 SUNSET OF PEEP

 

In October 2012, CDX issued an announcement advising that the PEEP product would no longer be available after December 31, 2014. Since that time, an increasing number of carrier users have expressed concerns over losing the functionality that PEEP provides.

In addressing these concerns, and to make sure our memberships are adequately served, the Management of CDX has, therefore, decided not to sunset PEEP on December 31, 2014 and, instead, to retain it in our suite of products.

CDX remains committed to delivering the best service possible and to be responsive to the needs of our members.



 
Special Notification Regarding ACCCT Record Retention
and Deletion Policy

Records past their retention date are deleted on a daily basis.
The ACCCT retention policy is to:
  • delete any EXRs that have an expiration date older than 2 years.
  • delete any policies that have an expiration date older than 2 years and an entry date older than 2 years.
  • delete any USRs that meet the following criteria:
    • Have a most recent submission date that is older than 3 years or
    • Have not been submitted and have an entry date older than 3 years.
PEEP and BEEP records can be archived to a local computer using functionality found in each of those sections. Refer to the user guide for each section for instructions.