The key to any association’s viability is the involvement of its members. AAMVA’s members are engaged in program and policy development.
AAMVA has three standing committees: Driver, Law Enforcement and Vehicle .The three committees meet both independently and in joint session. Each committee is structured to best meet the needs and address the issues of the program area and has members from nine AAMVA discipline areas.
Subject matter experts in each of these discipline areas are represented in each of AAMVA's three standing committees:
Standing Committees 2016 Updates*
*Playlist includes video updates from each of the three standing committees.
AAMVA’s awards program fosters a tradition of excellence in the motor vehicle and law enforcement community by honoring individuals, teams, and organizations who have committed their time and resources to safety and security initiatives, outstanding customer service, and public affairs and consumer educational programs throughout North America. Each year, AAMVA receives numerous outstanding submissions in each category and through a rigorous judging process selects those that are exemplary. Awards are presented at our Regional Conferences and at our Annual International Conference.
Submission information for the 2017 awards will be available in the Fall of 2016.
Thank you for your interest in serving as a member of an AAMVA committee. There currently are no committee vacancies. Please continue to check back for notice of available positions.
We keep all applications on file, so if you would prefer, please complete the committee member application form and return it by email. If you have any questions, please contact Dianne Graham at 703.908.8267.
AAMVA is seeking a volunteer to fill a vacant Region IV Law Enforcement representative position on the NMVTIS Law Enforcement Working Group. The working group works under the direction of the AAMVA Law Enforcement Standing Committee. The Working Group typically meets in-person only once annually, but members are expected to complete occasional assignments between meetings. The purpose of the Working Group is to expand NMVTIS awareness and usage among law enforcement and to improve the NMVTIS Law Enforcement Access Tool (LEAT) in collaboration with the Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Administration. If you are a sworn member of a state police/highway patrol agency within AAMVA Region IV, are interested in serving on this working group, and meet the requirements found on the working group application form, complete the application form no later than October 14, 2016, and submit to Dianne Graham at email@example.com.
AAMVA Standing Committee Guide
Driver Standing Committee
Law Enforcement Standing Committee
Vehicle Standing Committee
Committee Member Application
Best Practices and Model Legislation