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North Dakota is the second state to join the State-to-State Verification Service (S2S). They successfully went live during the weekend of November 14th. All migration activities were completed ahead of schedule. AAMVA congratulates and commends all those involved for their time and effort. North Dakota is now able to use SPEXS to perform its CDLIS and S2S functions. In the upcoming year, several more jurisdictions will also begin using S2S, starting with Indiana and Maryland in January, and followed shortly thereafter by Iowa. AAMVA looks forward to supporting them during their onboarding process. For the current SPEXS testing and implementation status, please visit:
http://www.aamva.org/State-to-State/. Should you have any questions regarding the State-to-State Verification Service, please contact
Iowa is now operational with Driver License Data Verification (DLDV), joining eleven other participating jurisdictions. Driver's licenses and ID cards issued by states are regularly used as the primary form of identity. To protect the integrity of these identity credentials and to help battle identity fraud, AAMVA operates the DLDV service which allows government and commercial entities to strengthen their identity verification processes. DLDV provides users with real-time verification of identification document data in a secure manner, protecting the document holder's identity, while providing the user with a match/no-match indicator for each data element submitted for verification. For more information, visit
AAMVA hosted the South African Delegation from the (RTIA) Road Traffic Infringement Agency. This delegation includes Mr. Japhta Chuwe, CEO & Registrar, Ms. Zukisa Nduneni, Senior Executive Manager Communication, and Dr. Hlengani Moyana, Senior Executive Manager, Information Management. AAMVA provided the delegation with an overview of AAMVA, as well as other topics including Ignition Interlock, IT systems, and treatment programs.
Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News – November 20, 2015.
Some states ban smiling in driver's license photos, but wearing a colander on one's head is apparently allowed. A Massachusetts woman this week won the right to wear a colander on her head in her driver's license photo after citing religious reasons. Lindsay Miller identifies as a "Pastafarian" and member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which some critics call a parody religion. Read the full story at WashingtonTimes.com.
A former New York auto bureau clerk has avoided jail for accepting bribes to help people get learner's permits. Read the full story at Post-Journal.com.
Truck driver Kevin Kimmel just finished making his overnight deliveries when he noticed something odd at the Virginia truckstop where he stopped to sleep. Read the full story at BT.com.
The Colorado State Patrol Trooper hit and killed on Interstate 25 Sunday night has been identified as Jaimie Jursevics. Court records show she was trying to stop an alleged drunk driver when she was hit. Read the full story at TheDenverChannel.com.
For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News – November 20, 2015.
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