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We are pleased to announce the 2016 IDEC Examiners of the Year. Annually, the International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) Board and AAMVA recognizes outstanding examiners through the IDEC Examiner of the Year award. Each member jurisdiction nominates one examiner for outstanding performance as a driver's license examiner. Examiners are selected for their excellence in adhering to the principles and recommended practices of driver examining (the Examiner's Code of Ethics) and for their high level of conduct in their profession. Congratulations to all the selected examiners!
Arizona will begin using AAMVA's State-to-State Verification Service (S2S) on Monday, February 27, 2017. Tasks related to on-boarding Arizona will be conducted during the weekend of February 25, 2017. During this process (Saturday evening to Monday morning), there will be periods during which the CDLIS/S2S Central Site (Central Site) will be in inquiry-only mode or unavailable (over and above the regularly scheduled maintenance window of 2:00 AM ET to 5:00 AM ET on Sunday, February 26, 2017). For full information and the associated timeline, click here.
AAMVA is looking for a Driver Representative to serve on the Law Enforcement Standing Committee. This position is a vacancy to be filled through August 2017. At that time, the position will filled for a 2-year term. If you are interested in serving as the Driver Representative to the Law Enforcement Standing Committee, please complete the Application Form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 28. If you have questions, please contact Dianne Graham, director, Member & Conference Services, (703) 908-8267.
Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - February 17, 2017.
The state's Division of Motor Vehicles is implementing its new driver licensing computer system over Presidents Day weekend. On Friday, Feb. 17, municipal clerks won't be able to process the state portion of vehicle registrations. Read the full story at CCenterDispatch.com.
Officials at the state Division of Motor Vehicles admit the rollout of its new Real IDs has caused some confusion, with some customers not realizing the level of documentation needed to enter the program until after they have waited in line to speak with a customer representative. Read the full story at UnionLeader.com.
Lawmakers questioned Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles officials Tuesday on why the cost of a major new computer modernization system approved in 2015 has increased by $5 million. Read the full story at ReviewJournal.com.