Canada’s Governor General office experiences a network breach, Massachusetts aims to simplify the licensing process for military veterans, and more in this week’s glance at regulatory news.
In what professions are continuing education credits required for re-licensure? What does the educational process look like? We look at this and more in this week’s blog post.
West Virgina’s licensing boards have surpluses, inmate alleges Utah’s prisons violate standards of care and more in this week’s regulatory news.
To explore the pros and cons of social media regulation, we conducted an internal exercise with Thentians. Here’s what they had to say.
Both New Jersey and Western Australia take steps to expand multi-jurisdictional licensing, Massachusetts faces new challenges regarding inadequate home improvement practices, and more in this week’s round-up of regulatory news.
In recent years, a commitment to regulatory excellence has become a commonly found priority embedded in the mission or vision statements of regulators. But what exactly defines regulatory excellence?
Kentucky works to expand licensing opportunities for non-violent criminal offenders, Pennsylvania passes legislation to support veterans seeking occupational licenses, Montana debates recreational marijuana sales, and more in this week’s round-up of regulatory news.
Since the explosion of Myspace (and later Facebook) in the early 21st century, social media has shaped, informed, and influenced…
Vermont eases licensing burdens, medical marijuana doctor loses license in Michigan, Quebec drops vaccine mandate, and more in this week’s regulatory news.
Get a better idea of how Right-touch regulation is used in practice from two regulators who use it to craft better regulation.
Oklahoma joins states offering more universal occupational licensing recognition and more in our roundup of regulatory news.
When we head to the shopping mall or (increasingly) shop online, buy our clothes, and get dressed every morning, most…
Hong Kong changes licensing requirement for doctors, Ontario eases licensing process for immigrants and more this week in regulatory news.
Bredin brings 25 years of enterprise sales experience in highly regulated sectors to Thentia as it continues its rapid expansion…
Social security numbers vulnerable from website flaw in Missouri, Oregon drops degree requirement for substitute teachers, and more this week in regulatory news.
The Week in Brief is Thentia’s weekly snapshot of regulatory news and what’s happening in the world of professional licensing,…