Key among AAMVA's goals is improving highway safety and identification security by promoting uniform standards for all areas related to driver licensing. AAMVA is committed to improving driver safety and to the "one driver, one record" driver's license concept.
The International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) program was designed as a result of the growing responsibilities being placed on driver licensing personnel. In 1980 AAMVA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) began the development of an examiner certification program and in 1982, the Certified Driver Examiner (CDE) Program was approved and ready for jurisdictions to adopt.
In all, the following programs have been developed
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Updates to the DL/ID Card Design Standard (CDS) include:
Released December 2014
NMVTIS Best Practices for Title and Registration Program Managers in DMVs - Edition 2
The 2nd Edition of the NMVTIS Best Practices for Title and Registration Program Managers in DMVs has been reorganized and several new best practices have been added.
The NMVTIS Business Rules Working Group continues to address and resolve issues brought forward by jurisdictions concerning NMVTIS and has already begun to work on the next edition of the best practices.
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Driver Standing Committee
Driver Licensing for Undocumented Immigrants in 2013 - A Year-end Report
Driver Licensing Systems