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Serving Those Who Serve: Military & Veteran Partnerships Tuesday, August 16 1:15 pm - 2:00 pm
From Troops-to-Trucks, on-base service centers, and no fee services for disabled veterans, motor vehicle agencies are doing a lot to serve those who serve our country. Share these innovative ways members are supporting active duty military, transitioning troops, and honoring veterans. Attendees will hear about multi-agency partnerships, programs that bring services to the troops, and military waiver processes and options. Register now to take part in this and all the other great sessions we have planned for the 2016 AAMVA Annual International Conference.
The 2016 Annual Region II Conference, hosted by the Kentucky State Police and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, was held in Louisville last week. There were seventeen sessions held over four days, augmented with several networking opportunities. Topics focused on safety, security, leadership development, technology and systems, as well as transportation funding. Thank you to all who participated in the event including jurisdictional members from around the region, our federal partners, sister associations, and associate members. Visit the Region II Conference Download Center to download presentations from the conference. Check out the Presentations From Past Events page to find other presentations from AAMVA events.
If you missed our webinar on the Basic Title VI Program Information and would like a copy to download for yourself, simply visit the AAMVA Webinar Archives. Lester Finkle, National Title VI Program Manager, FMCSA, leads you through the Title VI program authorities and requirements and shows you the impact the program will have on FMCSA grantees. This webinar archive is available to jurisdiction members only.
Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - June 17, 2016
For years, there have been warnings about the forthcoming retirements of a large segment of the public sector's most experienced workers. Now, it appears those retirements may be accelerating across many state and local governments. Read the full story at Governing.com.
Rolls-Royce has unveiled its first driverless vehicle, a concept car that promises to help its owner announce their importance to the world. The Vision Next 100 is an autonomous vehicle aimed at "the most discerning and powerful patrons in the world". It has no steering wheel and a silk "throne" from which its occupants can watch the world go by. Read the full story at TheGuardian.com.
The West Phoenix Motor Vehicle Division office is often a noisy scene when a customer lines up to check in and then takes a seat to wait for an automated system to call his or her number. Read the ADOT press release.
Are traffic-enforcement cameras the safety tool and deterrent government officials say or are they the money grab that critics contend? The answer, the numbers suggest, is somewhere in the middle. Read the full story at FoxNews.com.
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