or surveillance systems
Currency handling equipment
Check cashing service
Gaming Data Analysis
Construction and Remodel
Providers of the following goods and services must be
State Certified in accordance with Section 4(d) of the Compact if the
dollar amount of these goods or services provided to the Tribe is over
$10,000 in a single month.
Security devices or surveillance systems
Any security device that includes a locking device
and/or any component that would be associated with accessing areas in a
Gaming Facility, including any type of electronic device that monitors,
records data and/or provides alert warnings to areas in and outside the
Gaming Facility. A surveillance system would be any combination of
computer hardware and software, and any electronic device used by the
gaming operation that monitors, records and/or tracks information. This
would include the design, installation, and maintenance of such security
devices and surveillance systems. (Appendix C, Section G)*
Any cash, coin or ticket/voucher counting device; any
type of cash, coin or ticket/voucher transporting device; any type of
cash, coin or ticket/voucher storage device; cash register and any type
of ATM and/or electronic debit or credit device providing cash
withdrawals, change, or that records a transaction of the userís bank
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Check Cashing Services
Any check cashing, cash advance, debit or credit card
advance and/or any service that advances cash or credit through the
service provided. Further, any employee of the check cashing vendor who
works in the Gaming Facility and has unescorted access to secure areas
must be State Certified.
Gaming Data Analysis Software/Systems
Any player tracking or table games monitoring and
security system. Any software or software system that interfaces with a
slot or table games monitoring and accounting system or player tracking
system, and which extracts data/information from these systems in a
one-way, read-only methodology.
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Gaming Facility Construction and Remodel
General Contractors/Contractors providing new
construction or major remodeling of a Gaming Facility, regardless of who
provides the funds.
During new construction or major remodeling of a
Gaming Facility, subcontractors working for a general contractor should
be disclosed to the TGO and the ADG.
Any subcontractor, except as noted, who is performing
new construction or remodeling of a Gaming Facility that contracts
through a general contractor, and that general contractor is certified
by the ADG, will not require State Certification.
Subcontractors classified as a Class A or Class B
vendor will require State Certification.
Those subcontractors providing security, surveillance
equipment or security services will require State Certification.
Architects, that contract directly with the Tribe, or
through a General Contractor or Contractor, will require State
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