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Each applicant for an employee gaming license, a gaming vendor license, and vendor technician license shall be required to have fingerprints taken as part of the license application procedure. The Gaming Commission is hereby identified as the responsible law enforcement agency to take fingerprints. Pursuant to 25 CFR § 522.2(h), the Commission shall send an applicant’s fingerprints to the NIGC for processing through the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and National Criminal Information Center (NCIC). The Commission may submit an applicant’s fingerprints to any additional Osage Nation, local or state criminal history check system or center as the Commission deems necessary or appropriate. Reports obtained from such fingerprint processing shall be incorporated into the applicant’s file. ONCA 07-09, eff. Dec. 8, 2006; ONCA 10-73, eff. Oct. 5, 2010; ONCA 11-09, eff. Feb. 11, 2011.