|Action||General Review 2014|
|Comment Period||Ends 2/22/2017|
Design professionals should be required to seal all final documents. The board needs to recognize what seals are to be deemed valid on construction plans. Failure to recognize sealing requirements will jeopardize license holders when others utilize prior plans and documents. Former DPOR staff member Mark Courtney encouraged the use of faux seals which anyone can attach to plans. Clients have already submitted plans with the "signature page" from a different set of plans in order to elude paying their designer. All plans must bear a recognizeable seal whereby the a measure can be established.
What procedures does the board have to prevent unauthorized use of data?