Driver Licensing and Identification
Vehicle Registration and Titling
NMVTIS - National Motor Vehicle Title Information System
CDLIS - Commercial Driver's License Information System
AAMVA has issued a call for interest to any organization that would like to assist with AAMVA’s courtesy verification program (CVP) and secure document inventory initiative (SDI2). We are looking for organizations that would like to serve as potential laboratories for the program.
The CVP helps AAMVA members communicate and exchange information via standardized encoding of machine-readable technologies on motor vehicle documents. While the primary target of the CVP is the driver's license/ID card, many other documents printed with 2-D bar codes have been reviewed in the CVP as well. The SDI2 is an effort to bring a current generation technology solution to the challenge of managing AAMVA’s inventory of sample documents and exemplars.
We are now soliciting proposals for potentially a new agreement(s) from organization(s) that are able and interested in providing assistance with these services. Interested organizations are asked to respond in writing with information about their organization and their principal staff persons who would be assigned to assist with the CVP and/or SDI2. More background and a checklist of information being sought is available for download here.
Please respond by August 30, 2013. Direct any inquiries on this to our Director of Identity Management, Geoff Slagle, (703)342-7459, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The suspension of driving privileges has been used for decades to address poor driving behavior. However, what was originally intended as a sanction to address poor driving behavior is now used as a mechanism to gain compliance with non-highway safety, or social non-conformance, reasons. Drivers are now commonly suspended for reasons such as bounced checks, fuel theft, truancy, vandalism and many more. The costs of arresting, processing, administering, and enforcing these types of driver's license suspensions create a significant strain on budgets and other resources and detract from highway and public safety priorities. Moreover, research indicates people suspended for driving reasons are about three times more likely to be involved in a crash than people suspended for a non-driving reason. Eliminating driver's license suspensions for non-highway safety violations will significantly reduce the burden on DMVs, law enforcement, the courts and society. AAMVA's Suspended/Revoked Working Group recommends that legislatures repeal state laws requiring the suspension of driving privileges for non-highway safety related violations. Download the document today to learn more.
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