§ 2190.1. General.
10 CA ADC § 2190.1BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
10 CCR § 2190.1
§ 2190.1. General.
(a) All record-keeping systems, whether manual or mechanical, must provide an audit trail so that details underlying the summary data, such as invoices, checks, and statements, may be identified and made available on request. All such systems must provide the means to trace any transaction back to its original source or forward to final entry, such as is accomplished by a conventional double-entry bookkeeping system. When automatic data processing systems are used, a description of the system must be available for review by the Department.
This description must contain statements and illustrations sufficiently detailed to indicate the application or process being performed, the procedures employed in each application or process (such as flow charts, block diagrams or other satisfactory descriptions of input or output procedures) and the controls used to insure accurate an reliable processing.
(b) All record-keeping systems, including automatic data processing systems and computer output microfilms, must be designed and programmed to produce the required information in an intelligible form. Identification of coding systems shall be readily available whenever they are used to record and maintain any of the information required under Sections 2190.2, 2190.3 and 2190.4.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 1727, 1763 and 1768, Insurance Code. Reference: Sections 1727, 1763 and 1768, Insurance Code.
1. Amendment filed 6-27-78; designated effective 9-1-78 (Register 78, No. 26).
2. New Note filed 8-28-98; operative 9-27-98 (Register 98, No. 35).
This database is current through 1/4/19 Register 2019, No. 1
10 CCR § 2190.1, 10 CA ADC § 2190.1
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