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  • IDEC Examiner of the Year - Nominations Due THIS THURSDAY

    Recognize your jurisdiction's outstanding driver examiner by nominating him or her for the 2016 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, 2016.

    You Might Be Just Who We're Looking For: Experts Needed for Two New Working Groups

    AAMVA's Internet Vehicle Sales Working Group is seeking 10 members, representing all four regions, who have skills and expertise in dealer and private vehicle sales, dealer licensing, fraud detection and vehicle titling, in the areas of program management, enforcement and legal/policy development. The Working Group will develop best practices for the regulation of internet vehicle sales in an effort to provide recommendations and education to member jurisdictions for deterring and stopping fraud and deceptive practices. Learn more about the Internet Vehicle Sales Working Group in the "Working Group Opportunities" tab on the Committees and Working Groups Web page, or contact Cathie CurtisThe Disability Placard/License Plate Fraud Working Group is also looking to fill some seats. Funded under AAMVA's cooperative agreement with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Working Group is tasked with developing best practices for the issuance of disability placards and plates, the deterrence and detection of fraud during and after the issuance process, and the enforcement of disability parking violations. Learn more about the Disability Placard/License Plate Fraud Working Group in the "Working Group Opportunities" tab on the  Committees and Working Groups Web page, or contact Brian Ursino.

    If you are interested in volunteering for either of these two working groups, please complete the Working Group's application: 

    Send completed applications to Diane Graham at  Committees@aamva.org no later than December 16, 2016. 

    You Deserve Recognition! Apply for AAMVA Awards

    2017AwardsSubmissionPacketCoverDon't miss this opportunity to be recognized for the great work your jurisdiction does every day by improving day-to-day business, reaching out to the community, and saving lives. The AAMVA Awards Program recognizes members of the motor vehicle and law enforcement community by honoring individuals, teams, and organizations who have committed their time and resources to safety, service, security, and public affairs & consumer education. Learn more about specific award categories by visiting the AAMVA Awards Web siteDon't forget: the deadline for submissions is February 1st (nominations for the Martha Irwin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Highway Safety are due on April 15th)! Download the 2017 Awards Submission and Nomination Packet

    Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - November 18, 2016.

    DMV to Public: Your Money's No Good Here (Louisiana)

    Cash customers are being turned away from Louisiana Department of Motor Vehicles offices primarily because state employees can't keep their hands out of the till, a policy the chairman of the Joint Transportation Committee and some other lawmakers want reversed. Read the full story at DailyWorld.com.

    Superior Court judge Orders Hewlett-Packard to Keep Working on DMV Computer System (Rhode Island)

    A Superior Court judge on Monday ordered Hewlett-Packard Enterprise to continue working on the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles' new computer system while the company tries to settle its dispute with the state over compensation. Read the full story at ProvidenceJournal.com.  

    DOJ: Virginia Driver's License Suspension Law is Unconstitutional 

    The U.S. Department of Justice is siding with a lawsuit challenging Virginia's practice of suspending the driver's licenses of people who can't pay court costs and fines. Read the full story at WHSV.com.

    WJZY Exposes Dealership Selling Salvage Cars (North Carolina)

    t's like a gritty 60 Minutes exposé complete with "gotcha" interviews, well-documented facts, ripped-off consumers and finally, government action. Read the full story at TVNewsCheck.com. 

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