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  • Monday, March 11

    9:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Combined Standing Committees Meeting
    (Committee Members Only)

    12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Exhibitor Move-In

    1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Registration

    Tuesday, March 12 

    7:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Registration

    7:45 am - 9:15 am
    Continental Breakfast

    Concurrent Sessions

    • QuickConnect - Regions I and III
      Back by popular demand! Regions I and III jurisdictional attendees will have the opportunity to participate in this fun and educational event.  AAMVA will coordinate one-on-one meetings with jurisdiction attendees and exhibitors and qualified sponsors. Jurisdictional representatives will be seated around the room and industry representatives will have the opportunity to spend up to seven (7) minutes with each assigned jurisdiction to discuss products and services, projects, etc.
    • AAMVA…Yeah! We Do That - Regions II and IV
      Is this your first AAMVA meeting or have you ever wondered what exactly does AAMVA do? Well here's your chance to find out! You'll learn all about how AAMVA is here to serve you and find out about the latest information, products, best practices, and services that AAMVA offers our members. We promise you'll learn more about AAMVA, and you might even catch yourself saying, "I didn't know AAMVA did that!" 
      Ian Grossman, Vice President, Member Services and Public Affairs, AAMVA
                                

    9:30 am - 10:45 am
    Opening Session
    The 2013 Workshop and Law Institute will officially open with remarks from Chair of the Board Stacey Stanton and AAMVA President & CEO Neil Schuster. We'll also hear what AAMVA's three standing committees and all our working groups have been focusing on since the last Workshop.

    • Call to Order and Welcome
      -Neil D. Schuster, President and CEO, AAMVA
    • Remarks
      -Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, and AAMVA Chair of the Board
    • Welcome to “The ATL”
      -Robert Mikell, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Driver Services
    • Standing Committee Updates
      -Steve Monson, CDL Program Manager, Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, and Chair, Driver Standing Committee
      -Captain Lenny Casper, New York State Police, and Chair, Enforcement Standing Committee
      -Scott Clapper, Chief, Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles, and Chair, Vehicle Standing Committee

    Legal Marijuana – The Next National Trend and Impacts to Highway Safety
    Courtney Popp, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, Washington State Patrol

    Opening Session courtesy of Insurance Information Exchange (iiX) and LexisNexis Risk Solutions
     

    10:45 am - 11:00 am
    Networking Break

    11:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Concurrent Sessions

    • Registration Renovation: Registration and Insurance Card Standardization Working Group Draft Best Practice Feedback Session 
      The Registration and Insurance Card Standardization (RICS) Working Group has developed the final draft of their deliverable titled "Motor Vehicle Registration & Insurance Identification Best Practices for Paper & Electronic Credentialing".  After an overview of the document is provided, the audience will have the unique opportunity to provide feedback that may be incorporated into the final document. 
      Facilitators: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA, and Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA
         
    • State-to-State Verification Service 
      Participate in this interactive session and learn more about the State-to-State Verification Service. 
      Philippe Guiot, Vice President, Information Technology and CIO, AAMVA
        
    • Legal Services Town Hall 
      The Legal Services Town Hall Meeting is an opportunity to informally discuss legal issues that jurisdictions are facing on a daily basis and those that may arise in the near future.
      Facilitator: Cian Cashin, Senior Manager, Government Affairs, AAMVA
                                   

    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    Lunch                 

    1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
    Concurrent Sessions

    • Off the Road: Best Practices to Reducing Suspended & Revoked Drivers - Sneak Preview 
      The Suspended and Revoked Drivers Working Group (SRWG) has developed a document titled "Best Practices Guide to Reducing Suspended Drivers".  At the time of program publishing, this document was undergoing the final review by NHTSA (the funding agency). Hear from Rob Mikell, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Driver Services and chair of the working group about the recommendations and the research behind document. 
      Facilitator: George Theobald, PMO Director, Georgia Department of Driver Services 
      Presenters: Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA, Sheila Prior, Regional Director, Regions III and IV Member Support, AAMVA, and Rob Mikell, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Driver Services 
          
    • The Circle of Life: Vehicle Lifecycle Administration
      This panel discussion will include an update on the projects that involve the full lifecycle of vehicles.  Hear an update on NMVTIS activities, including a recap of the re-engineering project, strategic initiatives, and the E-title pilot project. 
      Facilitator: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA
      Presenters: Patrice Aasmo, Regional Director, Regions I and II Member Support, AAMVA, and Vivienne Cameron, Senior Director, Special Projects, AAMVA                                  

    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    Do the Right Thing: Ethics
    This session provides legal services discipline members with the opportunity to fulfill the ethics component of their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.  

    2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
    Networking Break
    Courtesy of CBN Secure Technologies, Inc.

    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
    Concurrent Sessions

    • Driver Services Town Hall
      This popular town hall session will begin with a quick review and discussion of the activities of the Driver Standing Committee and its related working groups.  The session will also be an opportunity to discuss driver-related issues that are not on the Workshop agenda such as Ignition Interlocks, Non-Commercial Driver Testing, Older Drivers, and more.  This is a great opportunity to interact with your peers and establish new contacts in other jurisdictions.
      Facilitators:  Steve Monson, CDL Program Manager, Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, and Chair, Driver Standing Committee, Glenn Jackson, Director, Drivers License Division, North Dakota Department of Transportation, and Vice Chair, Driver Standing Committee, and Kevin Lewis, Director, Driver Programs, AAMVA
          
    • Law Enforcement Town Hall
      The town hall returns as one of the most popular sessions for law enforcement. The hot topic of this year's town hall will be the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington with a brief presentation from representatives from both states. Then, the session will provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss challenges they are facing and to hear how their peers may be dealing with those same challenges. 
      Facilitators: Captain Lenny Casper, New York State Police, and Chair, Enforcement Standing Committee, and Brian Ursino, Director, Law Enforcement, AAMVA
      Presenters: Courtney Popp, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, Washington State Patrol and Lieutenant Colonel Doyle Eicher, Colorado State Highway Patrol
          
    • Vehicle Services Town Hall
      The Vehicle Services Town Hall session will begin with discussions on recent and upcoming activities of the Vehicle Standing Committee and the vehicle working groups including: Unconventional Vehicles, Three Wheel Vehicles, and NMVTIS Business Rules. This session is also an opportunity to share information on vehicle issues that do not appear elsewhere on the agenda. 
      Facilitator: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA
      Presenters: Scott Clapper, Chief of Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles, and Chair, Vehicle Standing Committee and Lisa Chism, Title Bureau Director, Mississippi Department of Revenue, and Vice Chair, Vehicle Standing Committee 
          

    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Networking Reception

    Wednesday, March 13 

    7:30 am - 12:00 pm
    Registration

    7:45 am - 9:15 am
    Continental Breakfast

    Concurrent Sessions

    • QuickConnect - Regions II and IV
      Back by popular demand! Regions II and IV jurisdictional attendees will have the opportunity to participate in this fun and educational event.  AAMVA will coordinate one-on-one meetings with jurisdiction attendees and exhibitors and qualified sponsors. Jurisdictional representatives will be seated around the room and industry representatives will have the opportunity to spend up to seven (7) minutes with each assigned jurisdiction to discuss products and services, projects, etc. 
          
    • AAMVA…Yeah! We Do That - Regions I and III
      Is this your first AAMVA meeting or have you ever wondered what exactly does AAMVA do? Well here's your chance to find out! You'll learn all about how AAMVA is here to serve you and find out about the latest information, products, best practices, and services that AAMVA offers our members. We promise you'll learn more about AAMVA, and you might even catch yourself saying, "I didn't know AAMVA did that!" 
      Ian Grossman, Vice President, Member Services and Public Affairs, AAMVA
                                                        

    9:30 am - 10:45 am
    Concurrent Sessions

    • One Click Dealerships: Internet Dealer Sales/Wholesale Dealers 
      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. 
      Facilitator: Brian Rapinchuk, Manager, Vehicle Standards and Technologies, Manitoba Public Insurance
      Presenters: Major Paul Steier, Commander, Investigations Unit, Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Iowa Department of Transportation, and William Brauch, Esq. , Special Assistant Attorney General, Director-Consumer Protection Division, Iowa Attorney General’s Office 
    • Keeping Online Identities Secure: e-ID and NSTIC
      This session describes Electronic Identity (eID) and what its impact will be on our members and the public. In response to this new reality, a working group has been formed to assist in traversing these "new seas".  The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) is one of the many initiatives that exists within the eID "ocean" - AAMVA, along with five other team members, has been awarded a grant from the Department of Commerce.  We will take a look at what that program means for AAMVA and some of our current projects. 
      Facilitator: Geoff Slagle, Director of Identity Management, AAMVA
      Presenters: David Burhop, Deputy Commissioner/Chief Information Officer, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, and Paul Blanchard, Project Director, PMO, AAMVA 

    10:45 am - 11:00 am
    Networking Break

    11:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Concurrent Sessions

    • Toll Violation Reciprocity Agreements
      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 increase.  This session will explore how jurisdictions are developing and implementing agreements to help improve registrant identification and to improve toll collection. 
      Facilitator: Cathie Curtis, Director, Vehicle Programs, AAMVA
      Presenters: Scott Clapper, Chief of Vehicle Services, Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles, and Linda Grant, Senior Section Manager, Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles
              
    •  Traffic Incident Management - Why Should the DMV Care? 
      In this session attendees will be provided an overview of what Traffic Incident Management is, why it matters, and how DMVs can lead the way in educating the public on this life-saving program. 
      Facilitator: Lt. Colonel Jack Miniard, Kentucky State Police, and Vice Chair, Enforcement Standing Committee
      Presenters: Captain Mike Prochko, Arizona Department of Public Safety, and Laurel Radow, Federal Highway Administration
             
    • CDL Issues
      This session is an open discussion on CDL issues of importance to the jurisdictions. Topics will include Medical Certification, CDL Learner's Permit & Testing, Military Waivers and any other topics brought forward by the attendees.
      Kevin Lewis, Director, Driver Programs, AAMVA, and Michael Gordon, CDL Division Team Lead, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 
                                         

    12:00 pm - ­ 1:30 pm
    Lunch

    1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
    So You Think You've Seen Everything?  Unique Fraud Cases
    In the world of fraud, there is no limit to the creativity and ingeniousness of individuals with the single-minded goal of defrauding the system.   Lying, cheating, and stealing are just a few of the ways criminals attempt to pull the proverbial wool over the eyes of the DMV.  Join us and learn about a few of the curious and remarkable schemes individuals and organizations have employed.  Take away some new ideas in the ever evolving battle against fraud. 
    Facilitator: Sheila Prior, Regional Director, Regions III and IV Member Support, AAMVA
    Presenters: Major Paul Steier, Commander, Investigations Unit, Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Iowa Department of Transportation and Keith Fowler, National Program Manager, Transnational Crime and Public Safety Division, Identity and Benefit Fraud Unit, ICE-Homeland Security Investigations


    2:45 pm - 3:15 pm
    Networking Break

    3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
    Combating Fraud
    This session addresses Driver License Data Verification (DLDV) and why it has been a long overdue capability that has finally materialized.  The new FDR - Fraud Detection and Remediation…has been updated for 2013.  Learn about the electronic Genuine Document Reference (GDR) database service--a valuable tool to staff dealing with breeder documents. Also learn about fraud alerts and how we can help each other and our partners.  
    Facilitator: Maj. Paul Steier, Indiana
    Presenters: Kamaluddin Ali, Supervisory Intelligence Office, Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory, DHS/ICE, Philip Quinlan, Vice President, Business Development, AAMVA, and Steve Sebestyen, Apex Consulting

    4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
    Closing Session 
    -Neil D. Schuster, President and CEO, AAMVA
    -Stacey Stanton, Director, Motor Vehicle Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, and AAMVA Chair of the Board
    -Ian Grossman, Vice President, Member Services and Public Affairs, AAMVA

    5:00 pm
    Adjourn

     

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