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  •  Saturday, August 24

    AAMVA Board of Directors’ meetings and meals are for board members and invited guests only, except as otherwise noted.

    7:45 am – 8:45 am
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Breakfast
    Rainmakers B/C, Lower Level

    8:45 am - 12:15 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Meeting
    Herberger 3, Lower Level

    12:15 pm – 1:15 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Lunch
    Rainmakers B/C, Lower Level

    1:15 pm – 5:00 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Meeting
    Herberger 3, Lower Level

    Sunday, August 25

    8:00 am – 9:00 am
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ and Industry Advisory Board Breakfast
    Rainmakers B/C, Lower Level

    9:00 am – 12:15 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Meeting
    Herberger 3, Lower Level

    9:00 am – 12:15 pm
    Industry Advisory Board Meeting
    Greenway, Lower Level

    12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ and Industry Advisory Board Lunch 
    Rainmakers A/B, Lower Level

    1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
    AAMVA Board of Directors’ Meeting
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    Open to AAMVA jurisdiction members and associate members from 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm.

    Monday, August 26

    7:15 am – 8:45 am
    Law Enforcement Breakfast (by invitation only) 
    Greenway, Lower Level

    9:00 am – 12:00 pm 
    Opening General Session and Annual Membership Meeting 
    Trailblazer Ballroom, Lobby Level

    • Call to Order
      Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation and AAMVA Chair of the Board
    • Invocation 
      Geoff Slagle, Deacon
    • Presentation of the Colors 
      Arizona Department of Public Safety Honor Guard
    • National Anthems 
      Stephanie Slagle
    • Roll Call
      Mark Lowe, JD, Director, Iowa Motor Vehicle Divison and AAMVA Board Secretary
    • Chair’s Report to Member
      Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation and AAMVA Chair of the Board
    • President and CEO Report to Member
      Neil D. Schuster, President & CEO, AAMVA
    • Treasurer’s Report
      Brad Simpson, Director, Utah Division of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Treasurer
    • Remarks from Robert Fleming, Assistant Deputy Minister, Transportation Safety Division, Ontario Ministry of Transportation, AAMVA Board Member and CCMTA President 
    • Memorial Service 
      Rick Holcomb, Commissioner, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Board Member-at-Large
    • Recognition of Retiring Board Members 
      Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation and AAMVA Chair of the Board
    • Nominations Committee Report
      Tony Lawler, Director, Office of Property Tax, Mississippi Department of Revenue and AAMVA Board Member
    • Remark
      Jennifer Cohan, Director, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Chair of the Board-Elect

    Opening Ceremonies courtesy of Computerized Vehicle Registration (CVR) and VINtek, Inc. 

    12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
    Lunch with Exhibitors
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of CBN Secure Technologies, Inc. and Deloitte Consulting, LLP 

    12:30 pm – 1:30 pm 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on Driver Licensing and Driver Safety
    Suggested topics include driver fitness, mature drivers, graduated driver license, IDEC, licensing undocumented immigrants, impaired driving, State to State Verification Service, and more.

     
    12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
    Jalapeno Contest Sign Up
    Hall of State, Lobby Level

     1:30 pm – 3:00 pm 
    General Session
    The Counterfeiting Challenge
    Trailblazer's Ballroom, Lobby Level
      
    The face of counterfeiting is rapidly changing and efforts by criminals pose a significant threat to our society. In this session you will hear from federal, state, and private sector representatives on the very latest counterfeiting trends and the challenges they present.  Also gain an insider’s perspective from ICE, Homeland Security Investigations on why criminals seek identification documents and the impact of counterfeit documents on individuals and on society as a whole. This session will set the stage for a later session that offers solutions for overcoming these challenges. 

    Facilitator: Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA 
    Presenters: Keith Fowler, National Program Manager, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
    Robert L. Jones, PhD, Chief Scientist, MorphoTrust USA  
    Clinton Daly, FDR Trainer/OIG Detective, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation

    3:00 pm – 3:30 pm 
    Networking Break with Exhibitors 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of Giesecke & Devrient 

    3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on Commercial Driver Licensing 
    Suggested topics include CDL rules, testing and permit rule, examiner training, CSTIMS, and more.

     3:30 pm – 5:00 pm 
    Concurrent Sessions 
    Goodbye Usernames & Passwords 
    Herberger 1 & 2, Lower Level
    The increasing reliance on e-commerce and electronic transactions is driving an more demand for a secure and verifiable online identity. Learn the latest about the AAMVA e-ID working group and their effort to define what AAMVA member agencies potential roles can be in providing electronic identities as well as individual jurisdiction and national efforts to facilitate online transactions.

    Facilitator: Geoff Slagle, Director, Identity Management, AAMVA 
    Presenters: James Sheire, Senior Advisor, National Institute of Standards and Technology  
    Philippe Guiot, Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, AAMVA 
    Mike Farnsworth, Program Manager, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles  
    Scott Vien, Deputy Director, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles

    Unconventional Vehicles: What is It and What Do You Do with It? 
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    Reconstructed vehicles, replica vehicles, and 3-wheel vehicles are presenting unique challenges for DMV policy makers and program mangers. This session will provide a preview of the best practices that address these challenging issues and will be published in the Fall of 2013 by two of AAMVA’s working groups. 

    Facilitator: Lisa Chism, Director, Title Bureau, Mississippi Department of Revenue and Vice Chair, AAMVA Vehicle Standing Committee 
    Presenters: Scott Clapper, Chief of Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and Chair, AAMVA Vehicle Standing Committee 
    Mark Francis, Manager, Vehicle Registration & Licensing, Insurance Corporation of British Columbia  
    Becky Renninger, Operations and Policy Analyst, Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services

    Identifying and Referring Medically Impaired Drivers at Roadside    
    Herberger 4 & 5 and A & B, Lower Level
    In this session presenters will describe a curriculum intended for law enforcement officers to assist them in the identification and management of mature drivers suspected of functional or cognitive impairment during traffic contacts. The roadside tool will be demonstrated through a video case example. Audience members will be given the opportunity to provide feedback on the curriculum content.

    Facilitator: Captain Lenny Casper, New York State Police, and Chair, AAMVA Enforcement Standing Committee 
    Presenters: Linda Hill, MD, MPH, University California San Diego 
    D.R. “Ike” Iketani, Assistant Chief, California Highway Patrol (retired)

    5:30 pm – 7:30 pm 
    Chair's Welcome Reception 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of Fast Enterprises, LLC and Marquis ID Systems
     
     

    5:30 pm – 6:30 pm 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on Vehicles 
    Suggested topics include vehicle lifecycle administration (NMVTIS and eTitling), unconventional vehicles, internet vehicle sales, vehicle technology, license plates, autonomous vehicles, and more. 

    6:30 pm – 7:30 pm 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…with AAMVA President & CEO Neil Schuster 
    Ask the CEO anything on your mind! 

    5:30 pm
    Jalapeno Eating Contest
    Vista Morada (outside Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level)

     

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    Tuesday, August 27

    7:30 am – 9:00 am 
    Administrators' Breakfast 
    Greenway, Lower Level (by invitation only)

    9:00 am – 10:30 am 
    Concurrent Sessions

    Are You REALLY Who You Say You Are? State-to-State and Driver Verification Services  
    Herberger 1 & 2, Lower Level
    This session will bring attendees up to speed on the latest developments of the State-to-State Verification Service. The session will also review the latest status of other AAMVA verification systems such as RIDE, VLS, birth verification, and passport verification.

    Facilitator: Steve Monson, CDL Program Manager, Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles and Chair, AAMVA Driver Standing Committee 
    Presenters: Christine Nizer, Deputy Administrator of Driver Vehicle Policy and Programs, Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration and AAMVA Driver Standing Committee Member
    Jay Maxwell, President & CEO, Clerus Solutions LLC

    Jason Goodman, Chief, Special Projects, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Homeland Security 
    Timothy Benz, Management & Program Analyst, SAVE Program, Verification Division, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security

    Back to the Future: Emerging Vehicle Technology 
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    What is coming down the pike? How are vehicles changing? What new technology will be in vehicles and how soon? How will new technology in vehicles and autonomous vehicles impact DMVs? During this session we will explore possible answers to these questions. 

    Facilitator: Scott Clapper, Chief of Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and Chair, AAMVA Vehicle Standing Committee 
    Presenters: Bernard C. Soriano, PhD, Deputy Director, Risk Management, California Department of Motor Vehicles 
    Yeganeh Mashayekh, PhD, Research Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania
    Chris Monk, Chief, Human Factors/Engineering Integration Division, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

     

    Legalized Marijuana: Is Your State Next? 
    Herberger 4 & 5 and A & B, Lower Level
    One of the hottest topics in the nation is legalization of recreational marijuana. With Washington and Colorado enacting full legalization and 17 more states having legal medicinal marijuana, your state may be next. Hear from an expert from a legal recreational use state and an expert from a medicinal use state. Hear about the challenges for law enforcement and trends from a DMV perspective as marijuana cases proceed through the administrative hearings process.

    Facilitator: Lieutenant Colonel Jack Miniard, Kentucky State Police and Vice Chair, AAMVA Enforcement Standing Committee 
    Presenters: Courtney Popp, Washington State Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor 
    Erin Inman, Inman Training

    10:30 am – 11:00 am 
    Networking Break with Exhibitors 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

     

    10:30 am – 11:00 am 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on Fraud Detection & Remediation 
    Suggested topics include FDR and GDR, USPASS, RIDE, VLS, staff training, document reference tools, and more.

    1100 am – 12:00 pm 
    General Session  
    DMVs Partnering with Tolling Agencies 
    Trailblazer’s Ballroom, Lobby Level
    Partnerships between tolling agencies and the DMVs are becoming important and necessary as highway funds are reduced and the use of automated toll collection systems increases. This session will explore how jurisdictions are developing and implementing agreements to help improve registrant identification and toll collection.

    Facilitator: Ian Grossman, Vice President, Member Services and Public Affairs, AAMVA 
    Presenters: Jennifer Cohan, Director, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Chair of the Board-Elect
    JJ Eden, President, Alliance for Toll Interoperability

    12:00 pm – 1:30 pm 
    Lunch with Exhibitors 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of 3M Traffic Safety and Security Division  

     

     12:30 pm – 1:30 pm 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on Law Enforcement 
    Suggested topics include legalized marijuana, RICS, suspended drivers, ALPR, and more.

    1:30 pm – 3:00 pm 
    Concurrent Sessions
    The Circle of Life: Vehicle Lifecycle Administration
    He
    rberger 1 & 2, Lower Level
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    his session will include an update on projects that involve the full lifecycle of vehicles. Hear a discussion on the progress of the E-Titling Proof of Concept Project and how some of the challenges are being addressed. There will also be an update on several NMVTIS activities, including a recap of the re-engineering project, strategic initiatives, and the NMVTIS Business Rules Working Group.

    Facilitator: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA 
    Presenters: Debra Hillmer, Director, Division of Motor Vehicles, South Dakota Department of Revenue
    Patrice Aasmo, Director, Member Support Regions I and II, AAMVA 
    Vivienne Cameron, Senior Director, Special Projects, AAMVA
    Anita Wasko, Director, Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

    What Do We Do Now? Commercial Driver’s License Issues and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    The session is an open discussion on CDL issues of importance to the jurisdictions. Topics include medical certification, CDL disqualifying traffic offenses, CDL learner’s permit and testing, military waivers, CSTIMS, Map-21 requirements and any other CDL topics brought forward by the attendees.

    Facilitator: Steve Monson, CDL Program Manager, Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles and Chair, AAMVA Driver Standing Committee
    Presenters: Jack Van Steenburg, Chief Safety Officer and Assistant Administrator, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
    Anna Amos, Director, Office of Safety Program, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
    Parisa Gropper, Lead Business Analyst, Driver Systems, AAMVA

    3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
    Networking Break with Exhibitors
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Lobby Level

     

    3:00 pm – 3:30 pm 
    AAMVA Booth (#510): Continue the Conversation…on ID Management 
    Suggested topics include Driver License Data Verification (DLDV), ID proofing, e-ID, and more.

    3:30 pm – 5:00 pm 
    Concurrent Sessions 
    What Makes PLTS GR8? 
    Herberger 1 & 2, Lower Level 
    During this session you will hear why license plate design and manufacture are so critical to ensuring public safety and homeland security and how having two license plates augments both safety and security. Also, hear one state’s experience in redesigning their new plates, how they used AAMVA’s best practices guide for improving their plate design, and why they included their law enforcement partners in the process.

    Facilitator: Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA 
    Presenters: Colonel Ron Replogle, Missouri State Highway Patrol and AAMVA Board Member 
    Julie Baker, Chief, Bureau of Issuance Oversight, Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles and Member, AAMVA Enforcement Standing Committee 
    Seth Stores, 3M Marketing Manager for DMV Services

    Behind the Scenes of Older Driver Crashes: Identifying Those at Risk
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    This session will explore how different medical conditions impact crash risk and the benefits of a medical review
    process on road safety. Learn how scientific analysis of disease can help determine interventions that will prevent crashes and provide driving longevity for at-risk drivers.

    Facilitator: Thomas Manuel, Senior Program Manager, Business Solutions, AAMVA 
    Presenter: Jamie Dow, MD, Medical Advisor on Road Safety, Societé de l'Assurance Automobile du Québec
    Elin Schold Davis, OTR/L, CDRS, Project Coordinator, The American Occupational Therapy Association’s Older Driver Initiative

     

     

      

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    Wednesday, August 28

    7:30 am – 9:00 am 
    Traditional Past Presidents’ and Chairs’ Salty Dog Breakfast
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Salon 2, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of U-Haul International 

    9:00 am – 10:30 am 
    Concurrent Sessions 
    Licensing Undocumented Immigrants
    Herberger 1 & 2, Lower Level
    In addition to offering a brief update on the status of Real ID, this session will focus on the emerging trend of more states intending to license undocumented immigrants. As the federal landscape associated with comprehensive immigration reform continues to evolve, states are left wondering how these changes will ultimately affect mandates such as verification of legal presence and the need to issue multiple forms of identity products to various demographics. Join us for an interactive session that will help share common issues being faced across the spectrum.

    Facilitator: Ian Grossman, Vice President, Member Services and Public Affairs, AAMVA 
    Presenters: Chris Caras, Driver Service Bureau Chief, Utah Department of Public Safety 
    Terri Coombes, Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Programs and Policies, Illinois Office of the Secretary of State 
    John Kuo, Administrator, Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration  
    Demesia Padilla, Secretary, New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department 
    Ted Sobel, Director, Office of State-Issued ID Support, United States Department of Homeland Security

    Registration Document & Insurance Identification Best Practices  
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    This session will introduce the new Motor Vehicle Registration Document and Insurance Identification Best Practices Guide for Paper and Electronic Credentials. See the video executive summary featuring some of our members and hear from experts talk about recommendations to move the nation toward standardizing these documents.   

    Facilitator: Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA  
    Presenters: Captain Lenny Casper, New York State Police and Chair, AAMVA Enforcement Standing Committee
    Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA 
    Chris Ziance, Assistant General Counsel, Progressive Insurance

    10:30 am – 10:45 am 
    Hallway Break 
    Trailblazer’s Ballroom Foyer, Lobby Level

    10:45 am – 12:00 pm 
    General Session 
    Fighting Fraud – A Toolbox for Every Agency 
    Trailblazer’s Ballroom, Lobby Level 
    Every AAMVA member has at his or her fingertips a variety of tools to detect and prevent fraudulent activity. Learn about the updated modules to FDR Training, including the new “Administrators 15,”  discover how your agency can participate and benefit from AAMVA’s recently launched Driver License Data Verification (DLDV) system that will deliver an indentity security solution to commercial and government entities, and other tricks of the trade.  

    Facilitator: Geoff Slagle, Director, Identity Management, AAMVA
    Presenters: Steve Sebestyen, Principal, Apex Consulting
    Philip Quinlan, Vice President, Business Solutions, AAMVA
    Neville Pattinson, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs/Standards and Business Development, Gemalto

    12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
    Luncheon 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Salon 2, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of 3M Traffic Safety and Security Division 

    Guest Speaker: Mary E. Peters, Mary E. Peters Consulting Group and former Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation

    1:30 pm – 3:00 pm 
    Concurrent Sessions 
    About Face: Facial Recognition Technology
    Herberger 1 & 2, Lower Level
    As more jurisdictions engage in the use of facial recognition, the community must understand the social, legal, and ethical implications of the tool. This session will also explore how facial recognition practices may be impacted by the increased public attention around government agencies collecting and using an individual’s image and data.

    Facilitator: Ray Martinez, Commissioner, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission 
    Presenters: Betty Johnson, Administrator, Department of Motor Vehicles 
    Geoff Slagle, AAMVA

    Click Here and Drive: Internet Vehicle Sales
    Herberger 3, Lower Level
    Vehicle sales are no longer just taking place on dealership lots or in private driveways. Dealers and individuals are using electronic methods to sell vehicles. This session will highlight some of the challenges in regulating these sales, as well as the potential for fraud that exists with internet vehicle sales. We will also review some relevant case studies involving vehicles purchased online.

    Facilitator: Scott Clapper, Chief of Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and Chair, AAMVA Vehicle Standing Committee 
    Speakers: Major Paul Steier, Commander, Investigations Unit, Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Iowa Department of Transportation 
    William Brauch, Esq., Special Assistant Attorney General and Director, Consumer Protection Division, Iowa Attorney General’s Office

    3:00 pm – 3:15 pm
    Hallway Break 
    Trailblazer’s Ballroom Foyer, Lobby Level

    3:15 pm – 4:45 pm 
    General Session 
    Scope Creep or Increasing Value: Embrace or Prevent Non-DMV Work 
    Trailblazer’s Ballroom, Lobby Level 
    Where is the line between improved customer service and non-mission related tasks? Learn about the opportunities and challenges of providing non-DMV-centric services, including impacts and benefits on the agency.   

    Facilitator:  Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, and AAMVA Chair of the Board 
    Presenters:  Jennifer Cohan, Director, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Chair of the Board-Elect 
    Rick Holcomb, Commissioner, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA Board Member-at-Large 
    Mark Lowe, JD, Director, Iowa Motor Vehicle Divison and AAMVA Board Secretary 
    Troy Dillard, Director, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles

    5:30 pm – 7:00 pm 
    Charity Auction and Reception 
    Hall of State, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of Microsoft Corporation

    7:00 pm 
    Arizona State Banquet – “A Night of Boots and Bling” 
    Kierland Grand Ballroom, Salon 2, Lobby Level

    Courtesy of Motor Vehicle Software Corporation

    Guest Musician: Dolan Ellis

    Entertainment courtesy of IBM

                

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