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Volume VI, Issue 12 December 2003

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New On-line License Renewal Service

By Renee Loring

Maine Professional Engineers benefit from improved eGovernment service and delivery.

One need not be a computer expert to benefit from on-line service. With a computer and a few clicks of the mouse, Maine’s 6,000 licensed engineers have the option to renew their licenses from the comfort of home or office, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week!

The Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, in partnership with InforME, Maine’s eGovernment Portal, is delighted to now offer Maine engineers a convenient on-line service alternative called On-line License Renewal service. The new service is available at: https://www.maine.gov/professionalengineers for the 2004 renewal period.

By inputting a unique license number and last name, an engineer’s license record is quickly retrieved, and a payment screen is provided. Credit card payment is accepted through secure socket layer, ensuring security, and privacy of personal information. With instant access and payment, the renewal process is quick and easy!

Engineers are required to renew bi-annually, and may do so within the first three months of their renewal date. For more information regarding the Board of Engineering, please visit: http://professionals.maineusa.com/

For more information about InforME, please visit: http://www.maine.gov/informe/

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