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  • 2015 Annual International Conference Wraps Up

    The 2015 Annual International Conference has officially come to a close, but it was a great three days full of information and resources for AAMVA members, plenty of networking with jurisdictional and industry colleagues, and a lot fun. Check out the AIC Download Center where you'll find presentations from the conference, AAMVA's flickr album full of photos of our time in Des Moines, and a snapshot of the 2015 Annual International Conference in the wrap-up video.


    AAMVA at GHSA Annual Meeting This Week

    AAMVA is proud to be participating at the Governors Highway Safety Association's Annual Meeting this week in Nashville, Tennesessee. Drunk, Drugged & Distracted: Reaching High-Risk Drivers is the theme for the 2015 GHSA Annual Meeting. AAMVA President & CEO Anne Ferro will be speaking at the conference on Tuesday, September 1st, and attendees can catch up with AAMVA at our booth in the exhibit hall. Visit http://www.ghsa.org/html/meetings/annual/2015/index.html for more information.


    AAMVA Working Groups Release New Member Resources

    Facial Recognition Program
    Best Practices
    Ignition Interlock Program
    Best Practices Guide
    Facial Recognition Program BP - August 2015 - Cover Ignition Interlock Program BP - August 2015 - Cover

    Best Practices Document |  DVD Insert

    Executive Summary Video

    Best Practices Document |  DVD Insert  
       

    Executive Summary Video |  Training Video

    For a complete listing of all of AAMVA's Best Practices, visit www.AAMVA.org/Best-Practices/.  
       

    Watch AAMVA's 2015 Year in Review



    Archives: The Week in Review  |   Regional News



    (Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News – August 28, 2015.)


    DMV Commissioner: 'In No Way Are We Out Of The Woods Yet' (Connecticut)

    Motor Vehicles Commissioner Andres Ayala Jr. said Wednesday that wait times at branch offices are improving, but he can't predict when long lines brought on by a new computer system will ease. Read the full story at TheDay.com.


    Wisconsin DMV Denies Driver’s License to Man with No Hands

    A Lawrence University football coach feels he’s being discriminated against by Wisconsin’s Department of Motor Vehicles because of the way he looks. Read the full story at WTNH.com.

    Two Years in Prison for Illegal Driver's License Scheme (New Jersey) 

    A Virginia man was sentenced to two years in prison Wednesday for his role in a scheme to provide driver's licenses to individuals living in the country illegally, New Jersey federal prosecutors say. Read the full story at NJ.com.

    MorphoTrust Launches Nation’s First Mobile Driver License Pilot (Iowa) 

    Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) employees are the first in the nation to use the MorphoTrust mobile driver license (mDL) software as part of a new pilot announced today by MorphoTrust USA (Safran). Read the full story at BusinessWire.com


    Alabama to Close Down 33 Driver’s License Offices October 1 

    People in Alabama will likely have to wait in line longer at the driver’s license office this fall. The state law enforcement agency says, due to budget cuts, there will be fewer locations open. Read the full story at WIAT.com


    For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News - August 28, 2015. 


    Archives: The Week in Review  |   AAMVA Regional News