In every organization I've ever dealt with where this kind of IT debacle occurred, managers got fired.
It boils down to accountability. Anyone associated with a "go-live" decision which negatively impacts tens of thousands of people like this one should be let go.
They have no business being associated with an organization which (supposedly) embodies the use of IT best practices.
Clearly, no one at (ISC)2 is considered accountable. Otherwise, there would be consequences.
Viewing your active transcript appears to list out all CPEs chronologically, which makes it a little easier. What really gets me though is that the CPEs no longer add up or match the published CPE requirements. The figures for my CISSP concentrations are just miscalculated as 20 CPEs each over 3 years.
Anticipating my certification in the next "Please allow 6 weeks for your submission to be reviewed and processed..." timeframe (it just started yesterday).
Do I need to create a spreadsheet to track my CPE's? Sounds like I need a system for the system.