The Department of Commerce is requiring web developers to take a certification exam to be considered for job opportunities.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said in a statement that the new requirements will be in place for web development jobs starting on June 30, 2020.
The FTC is currently examining a new certification program that will help companies identify the best candidates for jobs.
This new program will be designed to increase the skills and experience of web developers.
This certification program will focus on technical expertise and provide the opportunity for the web developer to become a leader in the industry.
The new certification exam will be administered by the Federal Trade Commision’s (FRC) Office of Web Developer Certification.
In addition to this new certification, the FTC is asking employers to review and implement a new online training system that will offer additional training and certification opportunities to web developers that want to learn more about the job market.
The site will also include an online course on the basics of web development.
The job requirements are aimed at increasing web development hiring and job creation.
The regulations come on the heels of a number of efforts by the Trump administration to curb the hiring of web coders.
The administration said it would impose a hiring freeze on the workforce in January and the Department of Labor has said that it will suspend all hiring for the remainder of the year.
This is not the first time the federal government has mandated a web developer qualification for job openings.
In April 2018, the government also suspended all hiring of coders in the United States for a month.
A similar policy was also put in place by the Obama administration, which also banned all hiring on the basis of computer science.