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TDCI Begins Free Self-Printing Feature For Some Professional Licenses

Wednesday, September 06, 2017 | 12:41pm

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI)’s Division of Regulatory Boards announces the launch of a pilot program allowing license holders to print extra copies of their licenses at no additional charge.

Licensed Tennessee business professionals can now save money and time by printing as many extra licenses as needed through TDCI’s Comprehensive Online Regulatory & Enforcement System (CORE). Through CORE, licensees are already able to check the status of their license, upload the documents required to be licensed, and pay online for the license with no additional processing fees. The self-printing feature is the latest feature added to CORE. 

“From time to time, our licensees may need an extra copy of their paperwork for professional purposes,” said TDCI Assistant Commissioner for Regulatory Boards Carter Lawrence. “This pilot project creates greater efficiency by replacing the outdated method requiring licensees to contact their respective board, pay for a copy of their license, and wait for an extra copy to be delivered by mail. We’re excited to offer a new feature to help empower Tennessee business professionals.”

The self-printing license feature is initially being offered to all licensees of the Division’s State Board of Accountancy and the Board of Funeral Directors, Embalmers & Burial Services. Other boards will be added in the near future with a proposed project completion date of 2018.

About the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance: TDCI protects the interests of consumers while providing fair, efficient oversight and a level field of competition for a broad array of industries and professionals doing business in Tennessee. Our divisions include the State Fire Marshal’s Office, Insurance, Securities, Consumer Affairs, Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, Regulatory Boards, Tennessee Emergency Communications Board, Tennessee Corrections Institute, and TennCare Oversight.

To check a license of a professional regulated by the Department, go to