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  • AAMVA Committees & Working Groups


  • 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 

    2019 Updates

    2019 Driver Committee Update Video
    Driver Committee

    2019 LE Committee Update Video
    Law Enforcement Committee

    2019 Vehicle Committee Update VideoVehicle Committee

     

    Seeking Jurisdiction Members for Subcommittees and Working Groups

    AAMVA is seeking jurisdiction members for the 12 subcommittees and working groups. Each group has its own application that itemizes the qualifications and experience required. This is an ideal way to influence policy, develop best practices and network with your peers. It is anticipated that there will be both virtual meetings and in-person meetings during FY 2021. Members are expected to attend these meetings and complete work assignments. AAMVA pays the travel expenses for all jurisdiction members to attend in-person meetings.

    Applications must be signed by the applicant’s supervisor AND the agency’s chief administrator. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, if you cannot obtain a signature, we will accept an accompanying letter or email attachment from your supervisor and/or chief administrator. Please include these alternate documents as part of your submission.

    If you have questions, please contact Lynn Dean or phone 703.522.4200.

    • ACD Working Group – Seeking 5 New Members
      The ACD Working Group supports AAMVA members, federal agencies and other stakeholders to gather, organize and share information related to the development, design, testing, use and regulation of ACD codes, its related documentation and technologies. For additional Information, contact Tony Bauza. Download ACD Working Group application form.

    • Automated Vehicles Subcommittee – Seeking 8 New Members
      The Automated Vehicles Subcommittee works with AAMVA members, federal agencies and other stakeholders to gather, organize and share information with the AAMVA community related to the development, design, testing, use and regulation of vehicles equipped with Automated Driving Systems, and other emerging vehicle technologies. For additional Information, contact Cathie Curtis. Download Automated Vehicles Subcommittee application form.

    • Card Design Standard Subcommittee (part of the Joint mDL Working Group) – Seeking 3 New Members
      The CDS Subcommittee provides the forum for AAMVA members to update and maintain the AAMVA DL/ID standard and provide input to standards efforts with other organizations. The CDS is also part of the Joint mDL Working Group guiding the AAMVA community on the development and implementation of the mobile driver license. For additional information, contact Geoff Slagle or Mindy Stephens. Download Standard Subcommittee Group application form.

    • CDLIS Working Group – Seeking 3 New Members
      The Working Group provides guidance and direction on improvements, enhancements, and changes related to the CDLIS application and processes. The Working Group is responsible for making recommendations and approving changes that impact CDLIS (primarily the CDLIS State Procedures Manual and the CDLIS System Specifications). In addition, the CDLIS Working Group provides feedback as needed regarding the CDL program and CDL regulations assisting AAMVA and the FMCSA. For additional Information, contact Rajesh Dharmarajan or Ed Plummer. Download CDLIS Working Group application form.

    • CSTIMS Working Group – Seeking 1 New Member
      The Working Group provides guidance and recommendations on improvements, enhancements and changes related to the CSTIMS application and its use. The Working Group will address known service limitations, prioritize enhancement needs, and identify opportunities for improving the application and associated operational procedures and best practices. For additional Information, contact Vikas Jain. Download CSTIMS Working Group application form.

    • eID Working Group (part of the Joint mDL Working Group) – Seeking 1 New Member
      The eID Working Group reviews and leverages existing identity credential standards and recommends standards for AAMVA members relating to the emergence and rising popularity of electronic identity. The focus of the working group is to define, describe, and deploy (and/or enable deployment of) solutions and standards that yield a high level of identity assurance for online transactions in intra- and inter-state/province scenarios. The WG is also part of the Joint mDL Working Group guiding the AAMVA community on the development and implementation of the mobile driver license. For additional Information, contact  Geoff Slagle or Mindy Stephens. Download eID Working Group application form.

    • IDEC Executive Board – Seeking 1 New Member
      The IDEC Executive Board directs and supervises the affairs and publications of the IDEC program, including maintaining and distributing new and revised IDEC materials to AAMVA members which includes both commercial, non-commercial and motorcycle examiner testing materials. It also accredits jurisdictions and certifies the individual jurisdiction examiners. For additional information, contact Denise Hanchulak. Download IDEC Executive Board application form.

    • NMVTIS Law Enforcement Subcommittee – Seeking 1 New Member
      The Subcommittee identifies business requirements for law enforcement’s use of NMVTIS with the goal of providing pertinent information to investigate vehicle related crimes.  The Subcommittee works to improve law enforcement’s use of NMVTIS and implements strategies to increase usage of NMVTIS and the LEAT within the law enforcement community.   For additional information, contact Paul Steier. Download NMVTIS Law Enforcement Subcommittee application form.  

    • NMVTIS State Program Subcommittee – Seeking 7 New Members
      The Subcommittee works to make recommendations, and resolve vehicle, title, registration, and brand issues as they pertain to NMVTIS. The Subcommittee also engages in efforts involving technology changes that may impact the NMVTIS program. For additional Information, contact Casey Garber . Download NMVTIS State Program Subcommittee application form.  

    • State to State Working Group – Seeking 5 New Members
      The Working Group provides guidance and recommendations to the S2S Governance Committee on improvements, enhancements and changes related to the S2S Verification Service application and its use.  The Working Group will address known service limitations, prioritize enhancement needs, and identify opportunities for improving the application and associated operational procedures and best practices. For additional Information, contact Ashish Regmi. Download State to State Working Group application form.

    • Test Maintenance Subcommittee – Seeking 2 New Members
      The Test Maintenance Subcommittee (TMS) is responsible for developing, maintaining and distributing new and/or revised model driver license testing systems and related materials (CDL, noncommercial, and motorcycle) to AAMVA Member Jurisdictions.  TMS works closely with the IDEC Board to develop/maintain examiner training curriculums/materials, guidance, and best practices on all issues related to driver testing, examiner training/certification, and auditing. For additional Information, contact Karen Morton. Download Test Maintenance Subcommittee application form.

     

    New Working Group

    • e-Title Working Group – Seeking 14 Members
      This working group will review the final rule and explore, with the intent to develop, standards and guidance that should be established to create an environment that promotes interoperability between jurisdictions and interstate title transfers. This working group will develop a concept and guidance document to first clearly define an E-Title, and then determine what standards may need to be in place to address the data elements and other information necessary to transfer information between jurisdictions, and ensure reciprocity for accepting identity authentication. Currently, the application is for jurisdiction members only.  Stakeholders will be engaged during the process and a request for those interested in participating in conversation with the working group will be collected at a later date. This is the initial step to establish the working group members. AAMVA recognizes the urgency related to E-Titling as jurisdictions are looking for electronic solutions to decrease paper documents and in-person transactions as a result of the pandemic. For additional Information, contact Casey Garber. Download E-Title Working Group application form.


    Subcommittee and Working Group applications should be returned by email to committees@aamva.org by June 19, 2020.

    Please see the Committee Opportunities tab for standing committee vacancies.


    Seeking Jurisdiction Members for Standing Committees

    AAMVA is looking for jurisdiction members to serve on our three standing committees, subcommittees, and working groups (See Working Group Opportunities tab for vacancies). This is an ideal way to influence policy, develop best practices and network with your peers. It is anticipated that there will be both virtual meetings and in-person meetings during FY 2021. Members are expected to attend these meetings and complete work assignments. AAMVA pays the travel expenses for all jurisdiction members to attend in-person meetings.

    Applications must be signed by the applicant’s supervisor AND the agency’s chief administrator. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, if you cannot obtain a signature, we will accept an accompanying letter or email attachment from your supervisor and/or chief administrator. Please include these alternate documents as part of your submission.

    If you have questions, please contact Lynn Dean or phone 703.522.4200.

     

    Standing Committee Vacancies

    The chart below shows the positions that we are seeking jurisdiction members to fill on our three standing committees. If a region is indicated, the applicant must be from that region. If the region is shown as “Any Region,” then any jurisdiction member may apply.

     May 2020 Standing Committees Vacancy Chart


    Interested members should complete the Committee Member Application FormAll applications must be received by June 19, 2020.  If you submitted an application previously, please resubmit a new application.

    Please see the Working Group Opportunities tab for subcommittee and working group information and application forms.