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Responsible individuals undergo several background checks including criminal background checks, tax compliance checks, experience reporting and others as part of the RIPA process.

The FBI conducts criminal background checks using the responsible individual’s fingerprints.

IH-35, Stop 6380 AUSC Attn: CPEOFPC Austin, TX 78741 Two cards should be completed and returned for each individual in case one is not useable.

Photocopies of fingerprint cards are not acceptable.

In one sense, everyone is ultimately responsible for USING a strategic plan, but in terms of implementation, the KEY player is the leader of the organization, often the CEO, COO, or other similar senior position.

Strategic plans, or "grand plans" have to do, at least initially with the overall direction of the company or organization, so in theory, and often in practice it is the CEO that will be held accountable for results that should be generated through the implementation of a strategic plan.

Fingerprints must be submitted by each responsible individual or application submitter. Fingerprints are submitted on a Form FD-258, Fingerprint Card.

Responsible individuals must submit a Responsible Individual Personal Attestation (RIPA) as a prerequisite to the organization submitting a CPEO Application via the IRS Online Registration System.

The responsible individual will fill out the necessary information on the card, and then take it, with photo identification, to a law enforcement office (or similar location) for fingerprinting.

The cards should then be mailed back to the IRS at the following address: Internal Revenue Service Submission Processing Center - Austin 3651 S.

NOTE: THIS PROCESS IS TO BE USED ONLY TO REQUEST FINGERPRINT CARDS FOR THE CPEO PROGRAM.

Requests for CPEO application status or other programs such as IRS e-file Provider or IRS Acceptance Agent will not receive a response.

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