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  • Indiana RFP:  Electronic Document Management Solution 

     Description:

     The Indiana BMV/C is seeking to replace their current Electronic Document Management Solution with a modernized solution that will, at a minimum:

    • Support a standardized scanning process
    • Ingest documents from BMV/C users, partners, and customers through multiple entry points such as scans, faxes, emails, interfaces, and uploads
    • Automatically verify scan quality and immediately notify the scanner to rescan as necessary
    • Use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) to pull key document information and populate the STARS customer/transaction information
    • Route documents to defined work queues for review as needed, based on business rules
    • Integrate with other BMV/C systems to allow automated actions, based on business rules                  
     Deadline:

    November 2, 2017 

     Document: Download the RFI 
     Contact:

    Lottie Hooyer
    Senior Account Manager
    Indiana Department of Administration

      

    AAMVA RFP 16-074: DevOps Implementation in AAMVA Dev/QA Environment

    Due: August 7, 2017
    Document: Download the RFP
    Contact: Wesley Day, Senior Manager, Procurement  
    4401 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700  
    Arlington, Virginia 22203  
    PhoneL 703-908-5877    
    E-mail:   wrday@aamva.org   

    AAMVA RFP 16-077: Powershell Training Services

    Due: July 31, 2017 
    Description:  AAMVA is requesting training services for a introductory, hands on as well as class room based PowerShell v3 (and later) Workshop for 4-5 days for approximately 12 - 15 employees. AAMVA has developed a strategic technology road map that consists of moving its existing workloads to a cloud platform (AWS or Azure). To that effect AAMVA will be adopting DevOps as a philosophy. In order to successfully DevOps AAMVA is looking to train the staff to understand key PowerShell concepts. The training will need to be conducted at AAMVA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. The training class needs to be conducted for students with limited (very beginner) to no PowerShell scripting experience.
    Document: Download the Document
    Contact: Wesley Day, Senior Manager, Procurement   
    4401 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700   
    Arlington, Virginia 22203   
    PhoneL 703-908-5877     
    E-mail:   wrday@aamva.org  

       

    AAMVA RFP 16-076: Ruby Training Services

    Due: July 31, 2017 
    Description: AAMVA is requesting training services for a hands on Ruby Workshop for 4-5 days for approximately 12 - 15 employees. AAMVA has developed a strategic technology road map that consists of moving its existing workloads to a cloud platform (AWS or Azure). To that effect AAMVA will be adopting DevOps as a philosophy. In order to successfully implement DevOps AAMVA is looking to train the staff to understand key Ruby concepts in the context of Chef. The training will need to be conducted at AAMVA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. The training class needs to be conducted for students with no Ruby scripting experience. More details are in the RFP. 
    Document:  Download the RFP 
    Contact:   Wesley Day, Senior Manager, Procurement  
    4401 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700  
    Arlington, Virginia 22203  
    PhoneL 703-908-5877    
    E-mail:   wrday@aamva.org   

    How to Become a Licensed Manufacturer of the AAMVA Optical Variable Device (AAMVA)  

    Description:

    The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) is seeking qualified organizations wishing to become licensed manufacturers of the unique Optical Variable Device (OVD) for use in securing driver licenses/identification (DL/ID) cards issued by AAMVA member jurisdictions. AAMVA will enter into a contract with qualified organizations granting them a license to manufacture the OVD and sell it for use on AAMVA member jurisdictions' driver's licenses and identification (DL/ID) cards.

    Release Date:

    Feb. 4, 2005

    Close Date:

    Open

    Contact:

    Geoff Slagle
    Director, Technology Standards
    (703) 342-7459