Anti-Doping Organizations may delegate certain aspects of their anti-doping activities to a third party and authorize these third parties to access information in ADAMS on their behalf. This could include private sample collection agencies or doping control officers.

ADOs remain responsible for delegated third parties, and for ensuring these parties comply with the Code and International Standards, including the International Standard for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information.

ADOs are also responsible for setting the access permissions of these third parties in ADAMS, and for informing you about the types of third parties they work with as part of their anti-doping program.

If you have an ADAMS account, you can verify which ADOs and third parties have access to your information by going to the "Security" or "Organizations with access" tab of your profile at any time.  

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful