Virginia Initiative Provides Digital Occupational Licenses
The Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation has launched a vendor solution supplied by Merit to allow professionally licensed residents to access credentials via a desktop, mobile webpage or app.
Virginia launches state’s first digital professional licensing system
More than 300,000 licensed professionals across Virginia will benefit from a new electronic licensing program that Gov. Ralph Northam kicked off on Tuesday, designed to be faster and more efficient than the paper-based program the commonwealth currently uses.
Digital licenses now available for many occupations in Virginia
Virginia’s Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation said Tuesday it has partnered with Merit, a California-based digital credentialing firm, to provide digital licenses for occupational license holders in the state. Read the article >
September 3, 2019 | CBS19
Partnership takes occupational licenses digital
Governor Ralph Northam announced on Tuesday that Virginia's Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation is streamlining individual professional licensing through a partnership with the digital credentialing service, Merit.
Virginia First State to Adopt Digital Licensing Through Partnership with Merit
Today, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced that Virginia’s Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) is streamlining individual professional licensing by partnering with digital credentialing service Merit.
Bulk uploads with Merit: Issue thousands of merits in minutes!
If you issue certificates, credentials, and licenses in bulk, then you know how difficult it is to send credentials one-by-one, even if you do it digitally. That’s why Merit created a tool for this very case — spreadsheet upload, our bulk upload tool. And hey, we’ve just made some powerful improvements to make the whole process even easier!
Check-in with Merits: Spend Less Time on Paperwork and More Time on Important Work.
Now there’s a better solution. It’s an easy-to-use app that helps you to automate the check-in process and drastically reduce the time needed to track participant hours. That is precisely what Check-in with Merits does for you.
To support Governor Newsom's California For All Emergency Preparedness Campaign, Merit will make available new technology to help California-based CERT members count and track their engagements to prepare Californians for disaster.
Merit, the company USPA uses to provide digital credentials (such as the USPA membership card), is in the process of integrating with Burble, a manifest program used by 130 drop zones worldwide. The integration will allow skydivers to grant access to DZs that use Burble to view their merits on Merit (including USPA credentials).
At the PIA Symposium, Skydive TV interviews Dylan Avatar from Merit, the company USPA uses to provide digital credentials (such as the USPA membership card), which is in the process of integrating with Burble, a manifest program used by dropzones.