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  • Submit Nominations for IDEC Examiner of the Year

    AAMVA is beginning the IDEC (International Driver Examiner Certification) Examiner of the Year nomination process. Consider recognizing your jurisdiction's outstanding driver examiner by nominating him or her for the 2017 IDEC Examiner of the Year Award. The Examiner of the Year honor is awarded to examiners who consistently perform the duties and responsibilities of a certified examiner, for their excellence in adhering to the principles and recommended practices of driver examining, and for their high level of conduct in their profession. Each examiner's name, photograph and nomination letter will be posted to the AAMVA Web site and they will also receive a certificate of recognition. Please send a nomination letter and photo of your examiner to Denise Hanchulak by December 1, 2017.

    MOVE Magazine Wins Ozzie Award

    MOVE Fall 2016 CoverAAMVA's MOVE Magazine is the winner of the 2017 Folio Ozzie Award for cover design for our 20th anniversary cover! Folio is dedicated to providing magazine publishing professionals with the news, insights, and best practices to keep them in tune with today's media industry trends. A full listing of this year's winners is available here

    Region III Information Exchange NEXT WEEK

    Make plans to attend the 2017 Region III Information Exchange NEXT WEEK, October 24-26, in Oak Brook, Illinois at the Hyatt Lodge. The Region Ill Board of Directors has again authorized travel assistance in the amount of $2,000 to each Region Ill jurisdiction. The assistance can be used to cover travel, registration and/or hotel. Jurisdictions wanting reimbursement for expenses should coordinate internally to make travel and hotel arrangements, then bundle and submit all Travel Assistance Expense Reports at once (not to exceed $2,000), after the conference to Julie Knittle. Learn more and register at the Region III Information Exchange webpage.

    This Week's Webinar:

    NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (AMIE Version) - Part 1
    Thursday, October 19, 2017, 2:00 - 3:00 pm (ET) 
    NMVTIS has two third party transactions that involve updates between the central site and multiple states. Because the transactions involve multiple states and the central site, it is possible for a transaction to break down before it completes. Further activity against this title record is greatly restricted until the problem is resolved. This webinar provides instruction as to how to identify and resume suspended transactions. The intended audience for this webinar are NMVTIS Help Desk Personnel, Business Process Analyst and IT System Integrators.

    Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - October 6, 2017.

    New Rule: Residents in Nine States Will Need Passports for Domestic Flights in 2018 

    When traveling, it's best to plan ahead whenever you can. For example, you may have thought you don't need a passport because you don't travel outside the United States. But for residents of nine states, that will change at the beginning of 2018 for any commercial flight, whether international or domestic. Read the article at forbes.com. 

    State Rejects Richmond Man's Appeal To Keep Anti-Trump License Plate (Virginia)

    The state has rejected a Richmond man's appeal to keep the letters "FTRU MPK" on the personalized plates of his Lexus SUV. Read the article at richmond.com.

    Dozens To Be Charged in Illegal Parking Placard Scheme (New York) 

    More than two dozen people will be charged Tuesday in a scheme that flooded the city with fake placards that let motorists illegally park their cars, The Post has learned.  About 30 people are named in sealed indictments that will be handed up in Manhattan Supreme Court, sources said Monday. Read the article at nypost.com.

    Young Driver Bill Suggests True Age of Adulthood No Longer 18 (California) 

     As of 2017, the only genuine perk of turning 18 in America is being able to rent an apartment, buy lottery tickets or join the military and possibly die for the country. ... Soon the age to drive as late as 11pm—11pm!—will be restricted for young drivers. Read the article at sanjoseinside. 

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