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>Greg...I've seen administering done by organizations that are associated
>with, but separate from the trade association. An example being Institute of
>Certified Records Managers being associated with the Association for Records
>Managers and Administrators. In this way, costs are separate and supported
>only by those who wish to be credentialed. The money from this support comes
>from exam fees, membership fees, publications, etc. If you don't want to be
>credentialed, then you can continue to do what you do with no cost
That's a possibility. Who do you see as filling that role, for the
certification that you envision? The STC, another existing organization, or a
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