Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Bryan, CS Registrars Honored
The Texas Department of State Health Services named the cities of Bryan and College Station “exemplary five-star” award-winning local registrars.
City Secretary Mary Lynne Stratta of Bryan and City Secretary Connie Hooks. in College Station are the official Registrars for each city. Both acknowledge that it is their outstanding employees who actually handle these daily duties and maintain the records and should be recognized for their work.
In Bryan Deputy Registrar Glenda Bruce is assisted by LaTisha Albarado and John Avila and in College Station Deputy Registrar Faye Scott is assisted by Tasha Velasco.
The honor is bestowed on offices that meet the following criteria:
• Timeliness – The registrar must average no more than 30 days for death registrations entered in Texas Electronic Registrar (TER), including manual, drop-to-paper and fully electronic, from the date of death to filing in the state office between Jan. 1, 2009, and Sept. 30, 2009.
• Innovation – The Texas Electronic Registrar program must be used for birth, death and marriage registrations.
• Security – By faxing a statement on official letterhead, the office must attest that all minimum security features are included in their security paper.
• Training – The office must attend the 2008 Annual Vital Statistics Conference or one of the 2009 Regional Vital Statistics Conferences scheduled for June and July.
• Collaboration – The office must recruit physicians in their registration district to sign up and use the Texas Electronic Registrar system.
Both cities would like to thank and recognize each of these officials for their outstanding work on behalf of the public.
Additional Contact Information
Mary Lynne Stratta
Bryan City Secretary
College Station City Secretary
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