Scott Bingel - TestsForge Expert Profile

Scott Bingel is an engineer who studies certification exam engine. Much of his recent research focuses on the following certification exams now: 642-618 Deploying Cisco ASA Firewall Features, HP0-J59 StoreOnce Solutions Advanced Service and Support, 9A0-150 Adobe Photoshop CS5 ACE, HP0-768 NonStop Transaction Management Facility (TMF), HP0-D14 Architecting HP CloudSystem Solutions, E20-329 Backup Recovery Solutions Design Exam for Technology Architects, HP0-286 HP OpenView Service Center 6.x, HD0-200 HDI - Qualified Help Desk Senior Analyst, HP2-K31 Technical Introduction to the HP Storage SMB Portfolio, 9E0-422 IPTT, 642-262 Implementing Cisco Unity Connection, HP2-B90 HP Imaging and Printing Hardware - Sales, HP0-P10 HP Integrity Server Multi-OS Installation & Deployment and JN0-141 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate, AC (JNCIA-AC). He is a member of the networks experts team from TestsForge Inc. His research has been published in many online certification prep magazines. Scott Bingel joined the team at TestsForge Inc. in 2008. He had worked in Microsoft certification exam team for 3 years. He earned a BS from Indiana University - Bloomington and a PhD in Computer Science from the Marquette University. Scott Bingel created the website of rrregion to function as the informational home-base of the Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission (RRRC). This commission is chartered by the state of Virginia to serve a five county area by providing professional planning and technical resources and to promote productive interaction between citizens and local government officials. Within the website, Scott Bingel has categorized information pertaining to economic and workforce development, community planning, transportation services, and helpful statistics and maps. Residents and visitors are encouraged to log on to the website of rrregion for all the details.

1. The RRRC encourages participation is its annual RRRC Living Towns Planning Workshop. This popular topical series focuses on a theme each year that offers insight on planning from a variety of speakers. To see how you can become involved in the next workshop and to check out the happenings from the most recent event, log on to the page of planningworkshops_2013, where Scott Bingel provides a summative report, including pictures.


2. The RRRC staff is proud to serve their community and wants to be accessible to the public. On their website, Scott Bingel has included a listing of staff members, the office they currently hold, along with a brief biography and contact information. For the complete listing, go to the page of staff.


3. Perhaps you are wondering exactly what a Regional Commission is and what the staff members do. On the page of overview page, Scott Bingel provides a simple description of the overall purpose of the RRRC along with the services it provides and the duties of planning that it is responsible for.


4. One of the greatest challenges in the Rappahannock-Rapdian Region is meeting the transportation needs of older adults and those with disabilities. The Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS) is charged with the task of finding solutions for transportation issues. To see how FAMS is seeking solutions, please log on to the page of fams and read Scott Bingel’s account of actions taken by FAMS, including documents and resource links that explain in more detail.


5. Just check the overview of Rural Transportation Planning at the page of comtransp. …and attendance at local meetings as a regional transportation representative…


6. Check the Data, Statistics and Maps at the page of comdata. …The Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission maintains a library of demographic and spatial information…


7. You can also check the Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission Online Newsletter on this website. The topics include RRRC Awarded Grant to Assist with Dialysis Transportation, Photo Feature: Historic Buildings in the Rappahannock-Rapidan Region and so on. …RRRC was recently awarded a grant from the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services through the Transportation Services for the Elderly and Disabled grant program…


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