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Why has NSYSA chosen to make its website so secure?Printable

As you can imagine, there is a lot of private information contained on the NSYSA Website - all collected to enable us to perform our operations that include the administration of Youth Soccer within our area. This also includes the assignment and payment of Small Sided Referees that has now included the payment of L&I to the State of Washington for these individuals. We also feel strongly about the RMA process to keep both the kids and the organization safe.

We are sorry if anyone finds our website security efforts unnecessary and/or overboard. We would love to not require any such requirements, but in the world of today, we have elected to protect the information of our members over simple ease of access. We feel that it is our responsibility as an organization to do so and believe the general membership expects us to do so as well.