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  • AAMVA Board of Directors Meets

    The AAMVA International Board of Directors held their annual Spring meeting last week in Ottawa, Ontario. Holding the meeting in Canada allowed the Board to hold additional strategic conversations with the leadership of the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) and to visit the Canadian Parliament. The Board also received briefings by top agency representatives from Transport Canada and US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.  The Board's business included providing strategic direction on AAMVA initiatives and approving multiple committee products for publication that will be available to members later this summer. The Board will next meet in August in Williamsburg, VA, just prior to the 2016 Annual International Conference. 

    NMVTIS Business Rules and NMVTIS Law Enforcement Working Groups Meet

    The NMVTIS Business Rules and Law Enforcement Working Groups both met in Washington, DC on April 19 & 20, 2016.

    The NMVTIS Business Rules Working Group had a full agenda, led by new Chair Tony Hall (Texas Department of Motor Vehicles). The successful and productive meeting included a detailed discussion to define the requirements and framework for the performance management concept for the state program that will be used to prepare an estimated fiscal impact statement (as requested by the Vehicle Standing Committee). The group also discussed other current topics of concern such as state use of JSI data and branding best practices. The next face-to-face meeting for the Working Group is slated to take place in October 2016.

    The NMVTIS Law Enforcement Working Group received important program updates from AAMVA and the U.S. Department of Justice before spending time updating the working group's goals and action plans. In addition, the two working groups spent one-half day in joint session becoming familiar with each other's accomplishments, future direction, and exchanging ideas of mutual benefit.

    Arkansas to Join State-to-State Verification Service (S2S) 

    Arkansas will begin using the State-to-State Verification Service (S2S) on Monday, June 6th. Tasks related to on-boarding Arkansas will be conducted during the weekend of June 4th. During this process (Saturday evening to Monday morning), there may be periods during which the CDLIS/S2S Central Site is in inquiry-only mode or is unavailable (over and above the regularly scheduled maintenance window of 2AM to 5AM on Sunday, June 5th).  Following Arkansas, several states will be joining the S2S program throughout 2016. Please visit the State to State Verification Service Web page (requires login) for a full timeline and more information. 

    Register Now for the 2016 Region I Conference

    2016 Region I Conference Logo ButtonRegistration is now open for the 2016 Region I Conference, July 17-20 in Burlington, Vermont. The conference provides an opportunity for you and your peers to discuss relevant driver's license, motor vehicle and law enforcement related issues. Visit the 2016 Region I Conference Web site for more information and to register today! 

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    Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News – April 22, 2016.

    DMV Severs Ties With 3M Amid System Problems (Connecticut)

    Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles announced that it will not be moving ahead with 3M for the next phase in its system overhaul. Read the full story at NBCConnecticut.com.

    Religious Man Slaps DMV Worker With $6.6M Suit for Forcing Him to 'Submit to an Insurance God'

    Idaho man filed a bizarre lawsuit citing Mosaic law to force a state employee's family into servitude as punishment for suspending his driver's license. Read the full article on rawstory.com.

    Colorado Department of Public Safety Shows Early Effects of Marijuana Legalization

    A report released by the Colorado Department of Public Safety now shows how legalizing marijuana has affected the state. It's the first official report with local, state and federal data. Read the full article on wkrn.com.

    North Carolina DMV Will Privatize its Last State-Run License Plate Offices

    The Division of Motor Vehicles will close the only two offices where state employees issue car titles and registration stickers to vehicle owners – and convert them to private businesses that contract with DMV. Read the full story at NewsObserver.com.

    For the rest of the most recent news, AAMVA Regional News – April 22, 2016.

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