|FROM ||Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Re: pittance
> Oops wrong gauntlet. I thought you said something about making licensing a
> requirement to be hired.
yes - like ****Every Other Profession*** from stock brokers to MD's. but this
> Aside from how you could enforce that without union activity...
In Pharmacy is it is under the NY State Controlled Substances Act, Article 33,
Chapter 11 of the Adminstration Rules and Reg, Subchapter J part 80,
The Comprehessive Drug Abuse Prevention and Controll Act of 1970 - Public Law
91-513 on the Federal Level
Article 137 of the NY State Education Law, section 6800-6827, and part 63
(which defines licensing and requirments). Also section 130 of the Education Law, subartcle 2,3,4. Regents Rules part 17,24,28,29,59 and more.
IT needs similar mandates for Certified Computer Information Analysts (CCIA).
> But I still think licensing is just as unlikely to make anyone care. i
Then empoyers will ***GO TO JAIL*** for operating an unsafe publically
available information service.
This is an issue for the Professional Association (let's call it NYCCIA).
They'll set the standards and recommend them to the Board of Public Digital
Infrastructure Services, who will propagate the rules rules based on this
board and the parant national orgazition. Future members will require passing
the battery of board exams and a minimum accredited College degree baring
>For another, don't you think technology changes too fast to determine the <<
IT changes at the pace os a crawling WORM compared to medicine and law.
As much as it needs to in order to assure proper oversite and public safety.
> How is what you are proposing anything short of a hidden tarriff on using <
>code developed overseas? How would you plan to certify a gameboy or vcr or a
There is no tarrif, hidden or otherwise. In fact, this is likely to DECREASE
cost as viruses and spam are eliminated and disasters are overted.
How much was the cost of the year 2000 upgrade? How much was the cost of the
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