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  • AAMVA Committees & Working Groups


  • 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:

    • Driver Licensing & Control
    • Fraud
    • ID Management
    • Information Technology
    • Law Enforcement
    • Legal Services
    • Motor Carrier Services
    • Public Affairs & Consumer Education
    • Vehicle Registration & Title 

    AAMVA's Standing Committees Converge at AAMVA Headquarters

     

     

     

    AAMVA’s awards foster a tradition of excellence in the motor vehicle and law enforcement community. The awards allow AAMVA to honor individuals, teams and organizations who have committed their time and resources to safety initiatives, outstanding customer service, and public affairs and consumer educational programs throughout North America.

    Awards are presented both at the regional and international levels in the categories of:

    • Service,
    • Safety,
    • Security, and
    • Public Affairs and Consumer Education.
             
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    Looking for members to lend their expertise!


    AAMVA is looking for jurisdiction members to lend us expertise. Serving on a committee is an ideal way to influence policy, develop best practices and network with your peers.

    The charts below show the specific positions that we are seeking jurisdiction members to fill on our three standing committees. If you would like to serve on one of our committees, please complete the Committee Member Application Form. All applications must be received by May 4, 2015. Positions are typically two-year terms. 

    The charts below show the positions that will be vacant beginning September 1, 2015. If a region is indicated, the applicant chosen will be from that region. If the region is shown as N/A, the applicant chosen could be from any region. We attempt to maintain jurisdictional and regional balance on all committees and working groups. If we are unable to place you on a committee or working group right away, your application will be kept on file for consideration when vacancies arise.

    If you have previously submitted an application, you do not need to reapply provided your information is up to date.

    If you have questions, please contact Dianne Graham, director, Member & Conference Services via email dgraham@aamva.org or phone (703) 908-8267.

    2015-16 Committee Vacancies

    Call for Working Group Members


    Volunteers Needed for Verification Systems Working Group

    AAMVA is seeking to establish a working group to provide user input and feedback on the verification systems (SSOLV, VLS, US-PVS) being used to verify source documents.  The working group, made up of U.S. motor vehicle authorities, will provide guidance and recommendations on improvements, enhancements and changes related to the AAMVA verification systems portfolio.  The working group will address known limitations and identify opportunities to support future growth and improvements.  Ultimately, the goal of the Verification Systems Working Group is to improve and assist with the governance and ongoing refinement of the systems themselves.  Working Group objectives will include, but will not be limited to:

    • Perform periodic reviews and assessments of verification systems to ensure adequacy between systems’ functionality/performance and user needs;
    • Develop a list of priority issues to be addressed with each system; develop recommendations for addressing priority issues;
    • Review proposed systems enhancement and provide user feedback to respective Federal agencies;
    • Monitor implementation of enhancements/recommendations;
    • Recommend strategies to increase the number of jurisdictions using the systems. 

    Interested U.S. jurisdictional members should complete a volunteer application and submit to Dianne Graham (committees@aamva.org) no later than Friday, August 7.