dcsimg
Home > Members & Leaders > Committees & Working Groups
  • 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 and Industry Stakeholders for new AAMVA Working Groups

    AAMVA is seeking jurisdiction members and/or industry advisors/stakeholders for the six (6) new working groups below. 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 FY2021 and FY2022. Members are expected to attend these meetings and complete work assignments. As a reminder, AAMVA pays the travel expenses for all jurisdiction members to attend in-person meetings.

    Applications must be signed by the applicant’s supervisor AND, for jurisdiction members, the agency’s chief administrator (overall head of your motor vehicle or law enforcement agency). 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 general questions regarding AAMVA Committee and Working Group participation, please contact Lynn Dean (email or phone 703.522.4200). Contact information for the AAMVA Staff Project Manager(s) for the individual groups below is provided in the description. 

    • Contact Center Working Group–Seeking Jurisdiction Members
      This working group will examine the myriad of issues and identify best practices for jurisdictions to effectively run contact centers with a wide array of inputs, outputs and requirements to report wait times, backlogs and customer satisfaction. Members will be selected with a range of experience in contact center management, customer service, and related functions. (Note: The final number of members not yet determined.)
      Project Managers: Patrice Aasmo & Julie Knittle | Download the Contact Center Working Group application form.
         
    • Deterrence & Detection of Fraud Working Group–Seeking 10 Jurisdiction Members and 2 Industry Technical Advisors
      The purpose of this working group is to review the 2015 AAMVA Best Practices for the Deterrence and Detection of Fraud and update content to reflect current best practices. The working group will consider expanding the document’s scope to include new or enhanced best practice methods with the goal to deliver an updated version of this best practices document by December 31, 2021. Members of this working group should have experience with driver license and vehicle programs, fraud, identity management, law enforcement, or motor carrier. Technical advisors will be selected on related experience and skills with priority given to AAMVA Associate Members. 
      Project Manager: Paul Steier |  Download the Deterrence & Detection of Fraud Working Group application form.
           
    • Emergency Resiliency & Response Working Group–Seeking 10 New Members
      This group will address DMV/MVA issues related to planning for and responding to emergencies, or in the event of natural and man-made disasters. This working group will consider the ongoing challenges faced by jurisdictions during the COVID-19 crisis and also consider the broader importance of disaster readiness and resiliency. 
      Project Manager: Kristen Shea | Download the Emergency Resiliency & Response Working Group application form.
           
    • Fuel Tax Fraud Working Group–Seeking 8 Jurisdiction Members and 2 Industry Technical Advisors 
      The purpose of this working group is to create a best practice document that will provide information and resources to develop or enhance a comprehensive Fuel Tax Fraud program to detect and deter this type of fraud. Members of this working group will possess experience and skills from the following disciplines: law enforcement, driver programs (with CDL emphasis), vehicle programs, fraud, or motor carrier. Technical advisors will be selected on related experience and skills with priority given to AAMVA Associate Members.
      Project Manager: Paul SteierDownload the Fuel Tax Fraud Working Group application form.
         
    • License Plate Reader Working GroupSeeking 8 Jurisdiction Members and 2 Industry Technical Advisors 
      The purpose of this working group is to review the 2012 AAMVA Improving ALPR Effectiveness through Uniform License Plate Design & Manufacture to eliminate redundancy created by the later publishing of the AAMVA License Plate Standard, Edition 2ename the document appropriately, and update the content to reflect the most current information available. Members of this working group should have experience in law enforcement or vehicle programs. Technical advisors will be selected on related experience and skills with priority given to AAMVA Associate Members.
      Project Manager: Brian Ursino | Download the License Plate Reader Working Group application form.
         
    • E-Title Working Group–Seeking Industry Stakeholders
      AAMVA is seeking several industry stakeholders interested in participating on the new E-Title Working Group. This 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. Industry stakeholders will be selected on related experience and skills, with priority given to AAMVA Associate Members. Note: The total number of stakeholder participants has not yet been determined.
      Project Manager: Casey Garber| Download the E-Title Working Group stakeholder submission form.
         

    All applications should be returned by email to committees@aamva.org by Friday, November 6, 2020.

    Currently, we do not have any vacancies on our standing committees. If you would like to serve on one of our committees, please complete the Committee Member Application Form. We will keep your application on file in case a vacancy occurs. If you have questions, please contact Lynn Dean via email at committees@aamva.org, or phone (703) 522-4200.