The Department of Business and Professional Regulation Wants Your Feedback on Web site Enhancements
May 4, 2009
TALLAHASSEE—Today, in an effort to obtain customer feedback, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation launched a preview of enhancements to the department’s Web site, MyFloridaLicense.com. The new design is intended to make the Web site more user-friendly and to provide simple ways for consumers to find licensing information and requirements through detailed descriptions and helpful check lists. Customers are encouraged to provide feedback about the enhancements. A “sneak peek” of just some of the changes is available on the front page of MyFloridaLicense.com from today through May 11. To provide feedback, click on the “Send us Your Feedback” link inside the “sneak peek.”
“In today’s technology driven world, our Web site is the face of DBPR to so many of our customers, and it is our goal to make it easily accessible and user-friendly for the businesses, professionals and citizens of Florida,” said Secretary Charles W. Drago. “In order to make enhancements that meet our customers’ needs, we need your input.”
Web site enhancements include: new application features with a full list of license types, a list of detailed license requirements before each application, separate entry points for applications and renewals, and a new page called “What Services Require a DBPR License,” which is designed to assist consumers with determining what services require a Florida license.
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s mission is to license efficiently and regulate fairly. The Department licenses nearly one million businesses and professionals ranging from real estate agents, veterinarians, and accountants to contractors and cosmetologists. For more information, please visit MyFloridaLicense.com.