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When using digital signatures, what does "capable of verification" mean?

The question mentions numerous states, but I will use Washington State as a defined example. Law The state law interpreted guidance in Washington states this: Digital Signature A Digital Signature ...
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Which US states require a bachelors in Engineering to become licensed?

As you have noted each state in the USA has different requirements. The general requirements are as follows: Obtain a Bachelor's in Engineering (BSE) from an ABET accredited engineering program. The ...
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How important is an ABET-accredited Engineering Degree in the EU (like Germany) or other countries that is not in North America?

One of benefits of accreditation is when dealing with governments bodies. When one has to get education credential verified such in case EU having a international recognized credentials make the ...
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Do you need to be a chartered engineer to submit structural calculations to building control in the UK?

IANAL, but the first step is to find whether you need planning permission for the work. Talk to your local council's planning department. They are usually helpful. If you do need to submit a planning ...
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PE Designation on business card if firm doesn't offer engineering services

You worked for it, it represents a level of skill relevant to your "trade" so it belongs on your card. If you wish to not mention it, that is your choice and you may have good reason for that. I had ...
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PE Designation on business card if firm doesn't offer engineering services

If you put PE on your card, it suggests that you are able to sign off documents right now. (I assume that even if you wanted to do that outside your employment, you aren't paying for professional ...
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What can a licensed Mechanical Engineer do in the civil/structural field?

I'm a licensed civil engineer in California, and I don't think the answer is a black and white yes or no. My civil license allows me to supervise and/or stamp work that I have taken personal ...
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When is a PE seal required?

In general, an engineer seal is required for "permitting" purposes to ensure the quality of the design and the qualification of the person overseeing the design process/effort. A "...
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When is a PE seal required?

Disclaimer: This only applies to one state, but it is likely that other states have similar language. In Illinois, the law that defines what a Professional Engineer is has this clause: No officer, ...
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Which US states require a bachelors in Engineering to become licensed?

You do not need a license in any state to be an engineer; I was one in IL IN and TX. However you need a license in every state to be a "Professional Engineer". Which will require a combination of ...
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What are the major differences between Engineering degrees and Engineering Technology degrees in terms of employability?

Engineering technology is worthless compared to a real engineering degree. My son has the technology degree, I have a real engineering degree.
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