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  • AAMVA Mourns the Passing of Colonel Anna Amos

    AAMVA is very sad to report that Colonel Anna Amos passed away Thursday, October 30, following a brave and extended battle with cancer, a battle she won more than a few times.  Many of you worked alongside of Anna when she served the state of South Carolina as Deputy Director and Colonel of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety's State Transport Police Division.  During her state service she held numerous leadership positions, including Chair of the International Registration Plan Board of Directors.

    In 2008, Anna was appointed to serve at the national level as USDOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Director of Safety during which time she provided multiple briefings and strong partnership to AAMVA and its members. Anna began her law enforcement career in 1983 with the South Carolina Public Service Commission, where she was the first female hired as an Inspector with the Commission. In 1993, she transferred to the Motor Carrier Safety program of the Department of Public Safety and was responsible for enforcement of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.  

    Anna’s daughter D’Ann is an important member of the AAMVA family, she is executive assistant to our Business Services and CFO divisions. We know your prayers will be with D’Ann and her family.  

    Nominations for AAMVA's 2014 IDEC Award are Now Being Accepted

    AAMVA is kicking off the annual IDEC Examiner of the Year nominations process. All active jurisdictional participants in the International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) program are asked to recognize an outstanding driver examiner from their jurisdiction by nominating them for the IDEC Examiner of the Year Award. Please send a nomination letter and photo of your examiner to Denise Hanchulak by December 1, 2014. For more information, visit www.aamva.org/IDEC-Examiner-of-the-Year/

    AAMVA 2014 Year in Review (Watch the Video)

    AAMVA 2014 Year in Review