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How to Automate CE at Your Licensing Agency

How to Automate CE at Your Licensing Agency

CE Broker’s Sr. Director of External Affairs & Government Relations Kelly Parker shares how to modernize continuing education at your regulatory agency. She also discusses incorporating artificial intelligence into CE systems in a “safe and reasonable way.”...

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GenAI Guidelines for State Government

The State of California GenAI Guidelines for Public Sector Procurement, Uses and Training, pairs the operational needs of state government with GenAI outcomes and use cases. The document, for example, translates the operational need of content generation to the use case of generating public awareness campaigns. In addition, the March 2024 guide also details GenAI risk assessment and management.

Audit: Neb. DHHS Mishandled Millions in Federal Dollars

Following an auditor’s report in February describing fraud in a program overseen by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, a follow up audit says the CEO of DHHS “inherited a department with ‘major issues,’ according to KOLN news on March 26. The full Statewide Single Audit report from Auditor Mike Foley’s office lists examples of mishandling. These include the lack of proper oversight of federal funds, including possible mishandling of Federal Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. According to the report: “Some $21,410,994 in known questioned costs resulted from the inability of DHHS to document the proper expenditure of Federal Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) appropriated by the Nebraska Legislature for employee retention and recruitment by developmental disability providers, assisted-living facilities, and nursing facilities in this State.”

La. Considers Universal Recognition Legislation

A Louisiana bill, approved by the House Committee on Commerce, proposes universal recognition of occupational licenses, according to the Louisiana Illuminator on March 26. If the bill becomes law, board-approved professionals from other states would be able to work in Louisiana—if they have had their license for at least one year and are in good standing. The article notes that the bill’s author, Rep. Charles Owen, found that “Louisiana requires licensure in 77 out of 102 identified low- to moderate-income trades. That’s 23 more fields than the national average.”

More Must-Read State Regulatory News

NC: State Board of Dental Examiners position statement on selection of a dentist and dental hygienist compact

NC: Yes, you must have a license to operate as a locksmith in North Carolina

Nev. physician shortage may be self-induced, say experts

Ky. lawmakers pass cosmetology bill to help nail technicians

Mont. celebrates new law to boost teacher workforce

Wash. law allows illegal foreign nationals to obtain commercial licenses

Calif. legislation focuses on artificial intelligence

WVU researchers say licensing regulations hamper the economy for both consumers and employees, but local professionals disagree

NASCIO Officials: AI, Cyber, CX Intertwined in 2024 State CIO Priorities

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