California Technology Agency Celebrates Project Launch of World’s Largest Licensing and Enforcement IT Program

Anna Brannen, Anna Caballero & Brian Stiger

SACRAMENTO — Anna Brannen, California Technology Agency’s Deputy Secretary of Policy, joined State and Consumer Services Agency Secretary Anna Caballero and Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Acting Director Brian Stiger today for the project launch of BreEZe, a new enforcement and licensing IT system that will support DCA’s 37 licensing entities and provide efficient services to California’s 37 million consumers.  Once completed, BreEZe will be the largest licensing system in the world, allowing California’s nurses, doctors, contractors, cosmetologists and numerous licensees to apply for, renew, pay and track their licensing online.  BreEZe will also allow consumers to file complaints, access complaint status and check licensee information online.  DCA will begin implementing the BreEZe system in 2012.

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