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  • 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 

    Standing Committees 
    2017 Updates*

    2017 Committee 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

    Each jurisdiction agency should complete and send one award entry form with the accompanying information specified in each award description for each award submission. Each award submission should be sent in a separate email. If an award submission is by more than one jurisdiction agency please send an entry form for each jurisdiction agency for that submission. All award submissions must be sent electronically. Please send a separate email for each award submission and include all materials for that award. If the materials are too large to send by email, please place in a zip file. Send to awards@aamva.org. For specific questions regarding awards and submissions, please contact Jessica Hill at awards@aamva.org.

    2017 Deadlines and Timeline
    2017 Award Dates


    Eligibility

    AAMVA’s Awards Program is open to all AAMVA jurisdiction members that are in good standing. Entries submitted for the 2017 Awards must have been conducted (produced, implemented, and/or developed) between January 1 and December 31, 2016 (does not apply to the Martha Irwin Awards). Entries are to be submitted via email to awards@aamva.org by February 1, 2017 at 5 PM Eastern Time (April 15, 2016 at 5 PM Eastern Time for the Martha Irwin Awards).

    Questions about your jurisdiction membership status should be directed to Dianne Graham at dgraham@aamva.org or 703.908.8267.


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    Looking for members to lend their expertise!


    AAMVA is looking for additional 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 information below show the specific positions that we are seeking jurisdiction members to fill on two of our standing committees. If a region is indicated, the applicant chosen will be from that region. We attempt to maintain jurisdictional and regional balance on all committees and working groups.


    Committee Vacancies

    The following committees have vacancies and applications are being accepted. Learn more about AAMVA committees.

    Law Enforcement Committee

    • Information Technology Representative - Any Region

    Vehicle Committee

    • Vehicle Representative - Region 1 (two positions available)


    If you would like to serve on one of these committees, please complete the Committee Application Form. If you have questions, please contact Me’Shell Drigo or Dianne Graham via email to committees@aamva.org or phone 703.522.4200.

    AAMVA Seeks Volunteers for New Working Groups


    Ignition Interlock Working Group

    Since the 2015 publication of AAMVAs Ignition Interlock Program Best Practices Guide the landscape has changed significantly with multiple jurisdictions passing varying forms of legislation governing these programs. Moreover, the 2015 Best Practices Guide did not provide best practice recommendations or solutions addressing the issue of cross-jurisdiction reciprocity. 

    AAMVA is seeking motor vehicle administration and law enforcement representatives from the AAMVA jurisdictions as well as one representative from the legal services discipline. The Working Group will be made up of both jurisdiction members and technical advisors. 

    We are seeking ten (10) jurisdictional volunteers from jurisdictions in all four (4) of AAMVA’s regions including six (6) DMV representatives involved with management, administration and/or policy level oversight of an ignition interlock program; three (3) law enforcement representatives, and one (1) additional jurisdictional DMV representative from the legal discipline. 

    Technical Advisors are being provided by the following groups:

    • Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators (AIIPA)
    • Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA)
    • Coalition of Ignition Interlock Manufacturer’s (CIIM)
    • Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

    AAMVA is seeking one additional technical advisor representing the Ignition Interlock industry that is not a member of the Coalition of Ignition Interlock Manufactures. 

    All meeting travel expenses for members are paid by AAMVA. Technical Advisors must travel to meetings at their own expense. Only one in-person meeting of the full working group is planned. It is anticipated this meeting will take place the week of January 8, 2018, in Florida (that should be taken into consideration before applying). Pre and post meeting conference calls will be scheduled on an as-needed basis. 

    If you are interested in serving on this working group, and meet the requirements found on the working group application form and attach a short biography. Please submit to Dianne Graham at committees@aamva.org.


    Suspended Driver Alternative Reinstatement Working Group

    AAMVA is seeking volunteers for a new Suspended Driver Alternative Reinstatement Working Group. 

    The Working Group will be made up of ten (10) jurisdictional volunteers from jurisdictions in all four (4) of AAMVA’s regions including seven (7) DMV representatives with experience in suspended driver reinstatement management/administration and/or policy setting; one (1) DMV legal services representative; and two (2) law enforcement representatives with line and management level experience in dealing with suspended driver enforcement.

    The anticipated period of performance is less than 12-months with two in-person meetings, and interim conference calls on an as-needed basis. Individuals applying should be aware that research and/or writing “homework” will be assigned between in-person meetings and volunteers must be willing to complete interim work as assigned by the Working Group Chair.   

    The first meeting will be held the week of February 6, 2018 and that should be taken into consideration before applying. If you are interested in serving on this working group, and meet the requirements found on the working group application form and attach a short biography.  Please submit no later than October 6, 2017 to Dianne Graham at committees@aamva.org.