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  • Title:  Associate Member Town Hall
     Recording Date: May 14, 2020

     Description:


     AAMVA values the partnership with our Associate Members, and we would like to hear directly from you as we develop short- and long-term strategies in response to the current public health emergency. To kickoff these efforts, AAMVA will host an Associate Member Town Hall. The Town Hall will allow AAMVA to gather information on how our Associate Members are dealing with the current business climate and identify resources AAMVA can offer. A survey will be sent prior to the Town Hall to gather questions or topics for discussion.



  • Title:

    DMV Contact Center Professional Teleconference

    Recording Dates: 

    December 10, 2019                                    

    Description:

    The DMV Contact Center Professional teleconferences are a special forum for topic-based discussions with DMV Contact Center professionals 



  • Title:Driver History Record Administration 
    Recording Date:September 9, 2020
    Description: This is an overview of the Driver History Record Administration and will address the program-level and technical-level changes.



  • Title:  AAMVA Secure File Transfer Protocol Infrastructure Migration
    (This recording serves as the recording for dates of July 25, 2019, July 30, 2019, and August 1, 2019)

    Description:


    Each Jurisdiction/ Third Party Service Provider that participate in batch processing with the NMVTIS and SPEXS programs rely on AAMVA’s Secure File Transfer Protocol (FTP) infrastructure. AAMVA has made changes to its infrastructure in support of AAMVA’s journey to the cloud. To finalize this infrastructure migration, all AAMVA batch service users are required to change their FTP connection to the new AAMVA Secure FTP infrastructure by the end of October 2019. This webinar will discuss what configuration changes are required to connect to the new AAMVA Secure FTP infrastructure and how to coordinate these changes with AAMVA. 



  • Title:

    NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (Web Service Version) – Part 1  

    Recording Date:





    January 9, 2020
    February 11, 2020 
    May 7, 2020

    December 5, 2019
    October 3, 2019
    May 8, 2019
    April 10, 2019
    March 13, 2019

    January 9, 2019

    Description:




    NMVTIS has two third party transactions that involve updates between the central site and multiple states. Because the transactions involve multiple states and the central site, it is possible for a transaction to break down before it completes. Further activity against this title record is greatly restricted until the problem is resolved. This webinar provides instruction as to how to identify and resume suspended transactions. The intended audience for this webinar are NMVTIS Help Desk Personnel, Business Process Analyst and IT System Integrators.

    For a Change State of Title (CSOT) transaction to complete, both the new State-of-title (SOT) and the old SOT and the VIN Pointer file must process the messages without error and return the appropriate confirmations. A flag stored on the VIN Pointer record tracks the transaction’s progress and is reset to indicate that no CSOT is in progress when the transaction completes. When the transaction fails to complete, the flag reflects an incomplete status, and the transaction is suspended and appears on the suspended transaction report. No further title update activity can occur on the vehicle in NMVTIS until the suspended title is resolved.

    When the transaction is suspended, the old and new state-of-title have several possible corrective actions they can take. The condition that indicates a suspended transaction has occurred also provides information regarding the cause of the problem and the appropriate corrective action. The States application should have the capability to redrive messages (using original data), resend them (using corrected data) and resubmit a CSOT transaction by sending the original CSOT message with original business data.



  • Title: 

    NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (Web Service Version) – Part 2
    (Prerequisite: NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (Web Service Version) – Part 1)

    Recording Dates:

    May 14, 2020
    February 18, 2020

    June 26, 2019
    April 24, 2019
    May 29, 2019

    Description:






    NMVTIS has two third party transactions that involve updates between the central site and multiple states. Because the transactions involve multiple states and the central site, it is possible for a transaction to break down before it completes. Further activity against this title record is greatly restricted until the problem is resolved. This webinar provides instruction as to how to identify and resume suspended transactions. The intended audience for this webinar are NMVTIS Help Desk Personnel, Business Process Analyst and IT System Integrators.

    For a Change State CSOT Undo transaction to complete, both the new State-of-title (SOT) and the old SOT and the VIN Pointer file must process the messages without error and return the appropriate confirmations. A flag stored on the VIN Pointer record tracks the transaction’s progress and is reset to indicate that no CSOT Undo is in progress when the transaction completes. When the transaction fails to complete, the flag reflects an incomplete status, and the transaction is suspended and appears on the suspended transaction report. No further title update activity can occur on the vehicle in NMVTIS until the suspended title is resolved.

    When the transaction is suspended the old and new state-of-title have several possible corrective actions they can take. The condition that indicates a suspended transaction has occurred also provides information regarding the cause of the problem and the appropriate corrective action. The States application should have the capability to redrive messages (using original data) or resend them (using corrected data).



  • Title:

    AAMVA Operations – Ticketing System, SLO, and Customer Surveys

    Recording Date:

    April 4, 2019

    Description:







    This webinar will cover the following topics:
    1. AAMVA Ticketing System
    2. Severity Levels & Service Level Objectives (SLO)
    3. Customer Surveys
    4. State Maintenances & Personnel Changes
    5. State System Updates
    6. AAMVA Website – Pointers & Tips (with demo)
      Technology section
      System Availability
      Holiday Schedule
      Online Member Directory/Contact Information



  • Title: 

    Vehicle Identification 

    Recording Date:

    Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): Construction, History, & Fraud - March 26, 2019

    Description:



    What is a vehicle identification number (VIN)? How is a VIN designed to be tamper proof? What other identifying information do vehicles contain? And how do criminals attempt to defeat the security contained within a VIN? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered during this webinar. VIN’s are valuable identification tools for vehicles that range in value from a few hundred dollars, to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Criminals understand the value of VIN’s and will go to great lengths to clone and counterfeit them as they attempt to deceive law enforcement officers and title agency officials.

    Vehicle titling agency staff, law enforcement officers, and vehicle title investigators responsible for identifying vehicles and the accompanying ownership documents will find this training a valuable compliment to their vehicle education file.

    Recording Date:

    Vehicle Identification Number Locations and Inspections Migrations - August 7, 2019

    Description:



    Vehicle identification numbers (VIN’s) are placed on vehicles in a variety of locations to assist in proper identification.  VIN’s are both in public view and in confidential locations which may require the use of tools to locate and see.  All VIN’s have a specific purpose and knowing how to locate them and examine them is important for anyone responsible for investigating vehicle crimes and identifying vehicles.  Criminals understand the value of VIN’s and will work hard to clone, counterfeit, or remove them to mislead anyone examining the vehicle to determine its true identity.       

    Vehicle titling agency staff, law enforcement officers, vehicle inspectors, and vehicle title investigators responsible for identifying vehicles and accompanying ownership documents will find this training a valuable compliment to their vehicle education file.   This training will build on information provided in the March 26, 2019 webinar titled: Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): Construction, History, & Fraud.


  • Title: 

    CSTIMS Update to Address FMCSA Waiver for COVID-19

    Recording Date:


    April 3, 2020
    April 6, 2020

    Description:

    This Webinar is intended for the CSTIMS Administrators for the SDLAs. During the Webinar, we will be discussing the FMCSA Waivers for COVID-19 that have an impact to CSTIMS as well as the interim and permanent solutions that will be available in CSTIMS in the coming days.


  • Title: 

    CSTIMS March 2020 Release

    Recording Dates:

    February 13, 2020                                         

    Description:





    This webinar provides an overview of the CSTIMS March 2020 Release.  Specific items covered:

    • Update Test Schedule – Menu and Calendar options
    • Create Test Results – Menu and Calendar options 
    • Search/View Test Schedules and Test Results
    • Create a basic Organization


  • Title:

    CSTIMS: Enhanced Application Migration and Create Test Scheduling (Menu Driven) Functionality

    Recording Date:

    February 21, 2019
    February 6, 2019  
     

    Description:


    This Webinar will provide an overview of the Enhanced application migration (User Administration, View Out-of-State Test Results, Applicant Merge Utility, and Surety Bonds functionality) and the Create Test Scheduling (Menu Driven) functionality for In-State applicants which are targeted to be released to the Next Generation (NG) application in late February.





  • Title:

    A Peek Into Mobile Driver License (mDL)

    Recording Dates:

    November 21, 2019

    January 15, 2020
    January 15, 2020 PDF Slides

    Description:

     

    The purpose of this webinar is to provide a high level overview into the world of Mobile Driver Licensing (mDL). Attendees will learn what an mDL is and what it is not and the benefits of an mDL over the physical credential. This webinar will not only educate attendees on the basics of mDL, but will also touch on how Issuing Authorities (IA) go about implementing an mDL in their jurisdiction, considerations/lessons learned, and existing resources that may be helpful. Additionally, the presenters will share next steps for the mDL community concerning standardization, as well as outreach and education efforts.


    Title: 

    Mobile Driver's License (mDL) Interoperability

    Recording Date: 

    July 15, 2020


    Description:






    This webinar will educate issuing authorities on the how to ensure cross-jurisdiction interoperability of a mobile driver’s license (mDL) solution. Answers to the following questions will be discussed:

    1. As an entity reading a mDL, how can I trust it?
    2. What do I as an issuing authority have to do to have mDLs that I issue be successfully read and trusted in other jurisdictions?
    3. As an issuing authority, besides my jurisdiction and the entity reading a mDL issued by me, which other entities are involved to support interoperability?
    4. How can we address the “many to many” relationship between issuing authorities and reading entities?

    In addition, related concepts such as trust model, public key infrastructure, and certificate authority will be reviewed. The intended audience of this webinar are administrators, program managers, and senior staff from issuing authorities planning mDL projects. At the end of the webinar, attendees should have gained sufficient background to engage on this topic, at a functional level, with other stakeholders such as mDL vendors and entities wanting to read a mDL (e.g. the retail community, banks, and car rental agencies). Specifically, attendees should have an understanding of the ecosystem required to support interoperability of a mDL across jurisdictional boundaries.


  • Title:

    Law Enforcement Interaction with the mobile Driver’s License

    Recording Date: November 28, 2018

    Description:

      

    Many jurisdictions are moving forward with mobile Drivers License (mDL) testing, piloting, and soon will be implementing mDL’s for regular use. As law enforcement officers interact daily with jurisdictional issued drivers licenses and identification cards, it’s important for them to understand their role in the development and use of mDL’s. This webinar will highlight law enforcement interaction with current personal identification documents, examine the why and how of the transition to mDL’s, and discuss the future of identity validation and verification.


  • Title: CDL Test System Modernization
    Recording Date:Thursday, November 15, 2018
    UPDATED Presentation

    Description:






    It has been well over a decade since the release of our current testing system and advancements in vehicle technologies and components (Fully electric/Hybrid electric CMVs, CMVs with 360 degree camera monitoring systems instead of traditional mirrors, changes in braking, steering and suspension systems; and other CMV technology systems that are currently being manufactured) are evolving at an extremely fast pace. These technological changes coupled with ideas and suggestions for improving CDL Test System effectiveness that were received from jurisdictions, industry, law enforcement and safety advocates placed emphasis on our need to take a proactive approach in order to keep up with the changes. 

    Over the past year, AAMVA’s Test Maintenance Subcommittee has been busy conducting regulatory analysis, reviewing technology, industry practices, jurisdictional needs and driver competencies to identify elements of the CDL Test System which require change. The proposed modernizations will include changes to the: 
    • Vehicle Inspection (VI) test, 
    • Basic Control Skills (BCS) test, 
    • Road test, CDL Knowledge tests; and 
    • Driver’s/Examiner’s Manuals. 




  • Title:  

    NMVTIS State Web Interface (SWI)  – Understanding the Administrative Features

    Recording Dates: 

    March 12, 2019
    February 12, 2019

    June 14, 2018
    April 10, 2018

    March 13, 2018
    February 13, 2018  

    Description: 

    The NMVTIS SWI Web Application is used by the states to perform title verification and data corrections. This webinar focuses on how the states use the administrative features to oversee the states user community. A brief overview of the SWI application is also provided. The SWI application has been built so that each state manages their own user community. This includes configuring the system with organizations to which users are assigned. The state administrator is responsible for user role assignments and user account activation and deactivation. The SWI Application also includes a reporting component that allows state administrators to monitor user activity. 



  • Title:  

    NMVTIS State Web Interface (SWI) – Instant Title Verification Using the VIN Search Feature

    Recording Dates: 

    September 24, 2019
    August 27, 2019
    July 23, 2019
    June 25, 2019
    May 28, 2019
    March 21, 2019
    February 26, 2019
    January 29, 2019

    December 18, 2018
    June 26, 2018
    April 24, 2018
    January 23, 2018

    Description: 

    Before a jurisdiction issues a title or other ownership document or record, the SWI can provide information to help the jurisdiction determine whether the ownership documentation presented with the application are valid. The information supports jurisdictions' titling processes for both new and used vehicles. The Anti-Car Theft Act requires each jurisdiction to perform an instant title verification check before issuing a title to an applicant claiming to have purchased the vehicle from an individual or entity in another jurisdiction. The SWI VIN search feature can be used to satisfy this legal requirement. In addition, the NMVTIS best practice is that jurisdictions perform an inquiry before issuing a title or other ownership document or record, whether or not the applicant claims to have purchased the vehicle in another jurisdiction.



  • Title:  

    NMVTIS State Web Interface (SWI) – How to Correct Title and Brand Data on the Central Site

    Recording Dates: 

    October 15, 2019
    July 16, 2019
    March 19, 2019
    January 22, 2019

    November 20, 2018
    October 23, 2018
    August 21, 2018
    April 17, 2018
    March 20, 2018
    February 20, 2018
    January 16, 2018

    Description: 

    In the past, states contacted the AAMVA Help Desk directly if they needed to make a data correction. As part of the NMVTIS reengineering effort, a Help Desk feature was created to allow states to correct their title and brand data on the central site. When states perform their own data corrections the timeliness and accuracy of the data corrections improves substantially. This webinar is focused on explaining the capability of the Help Desk feature as included in the SWI. Data correction  scenarios are explained and matched to the correct update operation within the SWI. A brief overview of the SWI application will also be provided.



  • Title: 

    NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (AMIE Version) – Part 1 

    Recording Dates:





    June 18, 2020
    April 16, 2020
    March 25, 2020
    February 20, 2020
    January 16, 2020

    November 21, 2019
    October 17, 2019
    September 19, 2019
    August 15, 2019
    April 11, 2019

    Description:






    NMVTIS has two third party transactions that involve updates between the central site and multiple states. Because the transactions involve multiple states and the central site, it is possible for a transaction to break down before it completes. Further activity against this title record is greatly restricted until the problem is resolved. This webinar provides instruction as to how to identify and resume suspended transactions. The intended audience for this webinar are NMVTIS Help Desk Personnel, Business Process Analyst and IT System Integrators.

    For a Change State of Title (CSOT) transaction to complete, both the new State-of-title (SOT) and the old SOT and the VIN Pointer file must process the messages without error and return the appropriate confirmations. A flag stored on the VIN Pointer record tracks the transaction’s progress and is reset to indicate that no CSOT is in progress when the transaction completes. When the transaction fails to complete, the flag reflects an incomplete status, and the transaction is suspended and appears on the suspended transaction report. No further title update activity can occur on the vehicle in NMVTIS until the suspended title is resolved. 

    When the transaction is suspended the old and new state-of-title have several possible corrective actions they can take. The condition that indicates a suspended transaction has occurred also provides information regarding the cause of the problem and the appropriate corrective action. The States application should have the capability to redrive messages (using original data), resend them (using corrected data) and resubmit a CSOT transaction by sending the original CSOT message with original business data.




  • Title: NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (AMIE Version) – Part 2    

    Recording Date:


    February 27, 2020
    March 26, 2020 
    April 23, 2020

    March 28, 2019

    Description:

    NMVTIS has two third party transactions that involve updates between the central site and multiple states. Because the transactions involve multiple states and the central site, it is possible for a transaction to break down before it completes. Further activity against this title record is greatly restricted until the problem is resolved. This webinar provides instruction as to how to identify and resume suspended transactions. The intended audience for this webinar are NMVTIS Help Desk Personnel, Business Process Analyst and IT System Integrators.

    For a Change State CSOT Undo transaction to complete, both the new State-of-title (SOT) and the old SOT and the VIN Pointer file must process the messages without error and return the appropriate confirmations. A flag stored on the VIN Pointer record tracks the transaction’s progress and is reset to indicate that no CSOT Undo is in progress when the transaction completes. When the transaction fails to complete, the flag reflects an incomplete status, and the transaction is suspended and appears on the suspended transaction report. No further title update activity can occur on the vehicle in NMVTIS until the suspended title is resolved.

    When the transaction is suspended the old and new state-of-title have several possible corrective actions they can take. The condition that indicates a suspended transaction has occurred also provides information regarding the cause of the problem and the appropriate corrective action. The States application should have the capability to redrive messages (using original data) or resend them (using corrected data). 




  • Title: 

    NMVTIS Junk Salvage and Insurance (Total Loss) Information (JSI) – What Does it Mean?  
    Recording Date:

    April 2, 2019 (Presentation and Q&A) (recording not available)

    May 30, 2018  
    September 26, 2018

    Description:

    The webinar will cover a detailed exploration of the Junk Salvage and Insurance (Total Loss) information captured in NMVTIS. You will learn about the statutory requirements for the information to be captured in NMVTIS as well as gain an understanding of what the information means


  • Title: 

    NMVTIS Stakeholder Update  
    Recording Date:



    May 21, 2020

    November 18, 2019 (This recording and presentation do not include slides that contained personal information shared during in the webinar – specifically contents of slides 44-72.)
    November 18, 2019 Q & A Document

    Description:

      As the NMVTIS operator, AAMVA will provide an update on system activities, as well as program and policy issues during an open forum with system stakeholders (state motor vehicle and law enforcement agencies, salvage pools, recycling, auto auctions, dealers, insurance, consumers, data providers and consolidators, federal agencies, and independent organizations focused on reducing vehicle-related crimes). DOJ will also provide an update.
      
      


  • Title:   Understanding and Using: CSOR Turnaround Interval Report & Frequent Inquiry Report
    Recording Date:  Thursday, May 24, 2018 
    Description:  The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the CD90.3.3 CSOR Turnaround Interval Report and CD90.3.7 Frequent Inquiry Report. The webinar will also include information on report training and other resources at AAMVA.



  • Title:   Revised Novice Teen Driver Education and Training Administrative Standards (NTDETAS)
    Recording Date:  March 21, 2018 
    Description:  The webinar will provide a background of The Association of National Stakeholders in Traffic Safety Education (ANSTSE), introduce the revised NTDETAS standards, provide information on each section of the standards, provide details on Coordination with Driver Licensing, reference the ANSTSE website, discuss the technical assistance that is available to the jurisdictions, emphasize the importance of the standards and how to take action utilizing the standards.  The target audience would be State Driver Licensing Agencies.


  • Title: 

    CIO Roundtable Webinar Series

    Recording Date:  CIO Roundtable Webinar Series: AAMVAnet Modernization and AAMVA's Cloud Journey - Thursday, June 18, 2020
    Description:

     
    The primary objective of this webinar is to provide an update on AAMVA System outages and remediation, AAMVAnet Modernization, AAMVA’s ongoing implementation of cloud technology, and PDPS Proposed hours of operation.


    Recording Date:  CIO Roundtable Webinar Series: AAMVA Cloud Journey Update - Thursday, November 7, 2019
    Description:

     
    The objective of this webinar is to provide an update of AAMVA’s ongoing migration to the cloud. Additionally, AAMVA staff will discuss other initiatives related to AAMVA’s infrastructure, and potential impacts to jurisdiction members. We will have time for jurisdiction attendees to raise questions and discuss matters relevant to cloud computing technology and for jurisdictions to share information related to their own information technology systems.

    Recording Date: AAMVA IT System Outages - Tuesday, June 12, 2018

    Description:

    The primary objective of this jurisdiction-only webinar is to communicate information pertaining to recent AAMVA IT system outages.The presenters will provide detailed information regarding the root cause of the outages. In addition the webinar will convey what specific actions are being taken to prevent and minimize future system downtime.There will also include time for jurisdictions to raise questions and discuss issues related to the recent outages, as well as matters relevant to their own information technology systems.

    Recording Date: AAMVA's Journey to the Cloud - Tuesday, April 12, 2018

    Description:

    This webinar is intended to address IT issues relevant to CIOs and other technology staff members of U.S. and Canadian motor vehicle agencies. Each webinar will cover current trends and topics relevant to information systems and technology. This webinar is part two in a three-part series on Cloud Computing. The session will focus specifically on AAMVA's journey to the cloud. Part three of the Cloud Technology series will address the topic of DevOPS. The webinar is also designed to include time for jurisdictions to raise questions and discuss matters relevant to their own information technology systems.

    Recording Date: Promises of Cloud Computing - Wednesday, February 7, 2018

    Description:

    AAMVA is re-launching its CIO Roundtable Webinar Series. These webinars are intended to address IT issues relevant to CIOs and other technology staff members of U.S. and Canadian motor vehicle agencies. Each webinar will cover current trends and topics relevant to information systems and technology. This webinar is the first part in a three-part series that will focus specifically on the promises of Cloud Computing. Part 2 will focus on AAMVA's journey to the Cloud and Part 3 will address the topic of DevOPS. The webinar is also designed to include time for jurisdictions to raise questions and discuss matters relevant to their own information technology systems.

    Recording Date: AAMVAnet Study and Cloud Migration Update - Wednesday, October 17, 2018 (Webinar Recording)
    AAMVAnet Study and Cloud Migration Update - Wednesday, October 17, 2018 (PowerPoint Presentation Only)
    Description:


    The primary objective of this webinar is to communicate to AAMVA jurisdiction, federal, and associate members information pertaining to AAMVA's future Network and Cloud Migration strategies. In addition, a root cause analysis update concerning previous system downtime occurrences will be provided. The webinar will include time for attendees to raise questions and discuss issues related to both AAMVA systems and matters relevant to their own information technology systems. We also welcome suggestions for topics of interest that can be explored during future CIO Roundtable webinars. 


  • Title: 

    Fraud Detection & Remediation (FDR) Training 101- Offering Educational Opportunities to Fight Fraud

    Recording Date: 

    May 7, 2020


    Description:




    Fraud Detection & Remediation (FDR) Training 101- Offering educational opportunities for the classroom, computer, and through co-workers to fight fraud. Fraud impacts all areas of personal identification issuance and motor vehicle title/registration processes. The need for training to keep on top of fraud trends grows ever important as criminal elements look for opportunities to take advantage of vulnerabilities. Using creative training approaches to both train staff and detect fraud can help your staff utilize and enhance their abilities in protecting the integrity of your agency processes. AAMVA’s FDR program is the principle training program available in the pursuit of fraud deterrence and detection. This program is kept current by monitoring fraud trends and identification document updates through-out the year, and then offering an annual update. AAMVA provides FDR to members in an easy downloadable format so it can be utilized to best fit the needs of the jurisdiction. FDR can be disseminated as a stand-alone eLearning program, or customized to fit a classroom instruction setting in conjunction with hands-on learning. This webinar will provide participants with an overview of what FDR is and what is contained within the program. We will also discuss delivery methods and demonstrate the many ways to obtain and utilize FDR material. This webinar is intended for jurisdiction staff responsible for training development and delivery, and for those who are responsible for training oversight.



  • Title: 

    Facial Recognition Applications & Face Examination Procedures   
    Recording Date:

    Wednesday, March 7, 2018  
    Description: Facial recognition technology is a valuable tool in the deterrence, detection, and investigation of fraud. Knowing how to properly examine facial features and how to maximize the use of this technology is important for effective and efficient operations. Attendees will receive valuable information in the areas of facial examination procedures and facial recognition applications to enhance their knowledge and skills in the use of this technology.

  • Title:

    Vehicle Finance & Title Fraud

    Date:

    Wednesday, July 25, 2018 

    Description:

     


    Vehicles are the second most expensive item many people own and with vehicles lasting longer and containing more technology, the cost and value of vehicles is ever increasing. Having a lien on a vehicle is commonplace and these liens provide opportunity for crimes to occur. Liens can provide the ability for money to be stolen from unsuspecting consumers and lenders, and title issuance agencies may fall victim as well by being presented with false information for title issuance. Learn what is happening today with vehicle finance fraud schemes and obtain valuable knowledge and resources to bolster your ability to detect, investigate, and deter these crimes. This webinar is for investigators and law enforcement officers who work vehicle crimes including title fraud. This webinar is also for motor vehicle agency staff responsible for administering vehicle titling and registration programs and for staff who process applications for such.

  • Title:  

    Odometer Fraud Investigative Techniques

    Date: 

    Thursday, September 6, 2018                    

    Description: 

    NHTSA estimates annually odometer fraud costs consumers over $1 billion and impacts over 450,000 vehicles putting unsuspecting buyers at risk of financial loss and impacting the safety of our highways. Odometer fraud is more prevalent today than at any time in recent history and criminals continue to improve techniques by use of technological advancements making detection more difficult. To counter-act this rise and impact of odometer fraud, investigators need to bolster their investigative techniques, skills, and resources. This training, taught by experts in odometer fraud investigations, will help investigators enhance their abilities to combat this crime and learn how they can increase investigative effectiveness and success. This training will also provide insight for administrators as they look at ways to deter and detect odometer fraud during the title issuance process.

  • Title:  Disability Placard and Plate Fraud: Deterrence & Detection

    Recording Date:  
    June 19, 2019

    Description:



    Jurisdictions are challenged by the illegal use of disability placards and plates as well as the unlawful use of disability parking spaces.  The application process for disability placards and plates can also be susceptible to fraud.  How can jurisdictions bolster their efforts to deter and detect these crimes?  One jurisdiction, the California Department of Motor Vehicle Investigations Office, has taken a proactive approach by developing enforcement programs to root out disability parking violators and plate/placard fraud.  In 2018, AAMVA, in partnership with NHTSA, worked on solutions to these problems by forming a working group and developing a best practice document for deterring and detecting fraud and misuse.  This document provides many solutions and ideas that a jurisdiction can utilize for their own program development and enhancement.  

    Participate in this webinar to learn about the work of the California Department of Motor Vehicle Investigations as well as insight into the AAMVA best practices document.   This webinar is intended for law enforcement officers, DMV investigators, jurisdiction administrators, and jurisdiction staff who develop and implement disability placard and plate programs


  • Title: 

    The Altering of Vehicle Identities and Associated Fraud - December 10, 2019

    Description:






    The identity of a vehicle is the basis for vehicle ownership, titling, registration, financing, and odometer and damage history.   Altering a vehicles identity allows for criminals to dispose of a vehicle to an unsuspecting buyer putting them in potentially unsafe situations and defrauding insurance and financial institutions.  What was believed to be a quality vehicle with low mileage and no prior damage may actually be a vehicle worth much less that is in dire need of mechanical repair, has unsatisfied liens, or has been stolen in another jurisdiction.     

    This training will focus on how true vehicle identities are established and how they are concealed to avoid detection.  This information will aid in vehicle identification and enhance vehicle crime investigations.  Vehicle titling agency staff, law enforcement officers, vehicle inspectors, and vehicle title investigators responsible for identifying vehicles and accompanying ownership documents will find this training a valuable compliment to their vehicle education.   

    This training will build on two previous AAMVA webinars:  
    March 26, 2019:  Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): Construction, History, & Fraud
    August 7, 2019:  Vehicle Identification Number Locations and Inspections



  •  
    Title: 

    NHTSA Odometer Rule Changes Disclosure Requirement  - November 12, 2019

    Description:

    During this webinar, we will hear from NHTSA about the odometer disclosure final rule, effective date of December 31, 2019, that changes the odometer disclosure exemption from model year vehicles 10-years old to 20-years old as well as allows the option for jurisdictions to capture odometer disclosures electronically without petitioning NHTSA.  


  • Title:  

    Using CD90.7.7 Selective Driver History Record Validation and CD90.7.4 Out-of-State Convictions and Withdrawals Posting Reports - Federal Members 

    Recording Date: 

    Wednesday, September 5, 2018 
    Thursday, September 20, 2018

    Description:

    The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview on the new CD90.7.7 Selective DHR Validation Report and CD90.7.4 Out-of-State (OOS) Convictions & Withdrawals Posting Report to FMCSA. The webinar will also include information on additional training for reports as well as other resources at AAMVA.  


  • Title:  

    Using CD90.7.7 Selective Driver History Record (DHR) Validation & CD90.7.4 Out-of-State (OOS) Convictions and Withdrawals Posting Reports-Jurisdiction Members 

    Recording Date: 

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018   

    Description:

    The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview on the new CD90.7.7 Selective DHR Validation Report and CD90.7.4 Out-of-State (OOS) Convictions & Withdrawals Posting Report to Jurisdiction members. The webinar will also include information on additional training for reports as well as other resources at AAMVA.



  • Title: 

    CSTIMS November 2019 Release

    Recording
    Dates:

    October 2, 2019 
    October 15, 2019

    Description:





    This Webinar will provide an overview of the changes that will be coming to the Next Generation (NG) application on November 3, 2019. This includes the following changes: 
    • Create, Approve, and Cancel skills tests 
    • View pending and completed skills tests 
    • Manage CLP validity and user security in the Jurisdiction Business Rules 
    • View and filter organizations 
    • Additional performance measures 

    The intended audience for this webinar is all CSTIMS users. 


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    Title: 

    CSTIMS June 2019 Release and Decommissioning of CSTIMS Enhanced Application 

    Recording Dates:  

    June 20, 2019
    June 5, 2019 

    Description:

    The Webinar will provide an overview of the CSTIMS June 2019 Release (Enhancement to Reports, User Administration, User Preference, CLP Validity and Security) and decommissioning of the CSTIMS Enhanced Application.


  • Title: 

    CSTIMS/ROOSTR - Knowledge Test Results Functionality

    Date:

    Wednesday, September 12, 2018  
    Thursday, October 18, 2018

    Description:



    This Webinar will provide an insight on capturing and transferring Knowledge Test Results, a new functionality that will be available to CSTIMS and ROOSTR states on September 30th, 2018. The existing CSTIMS and ROOSTR applications will not be impacted. Training slides will be available on the AAMVA website prior to the release. The primary audience for this webinar will be any CSTIMS or ROOSTR users that will be entering intrastate or interstate knowledge test results. For CSTIMS states, this will generally be the Jurisdiction Administrators or the CDL Monitors (Roles: JA and CM).



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    Title: 

    CDLIS 5.4 Release Overview  

    Recording Date: 


    Wednesday, January 8, 2020
    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 (PowerPoint Slides)
    Tuesday, November 19, 2019                     

    Description:

    This webinar provides an overview of the new CDLIS 5.4 release.  The presentation will cover key facts, content, and benefits of the release, as well as an overview of structured testing requirements.  A panel comprised of AAMVA CDLIS and QA staff will be on hand to answer audience questions.


            

    Title:

    CDLIS 5.4 State Procedures Changes

    Recording Date:

    Thursday, January 16, 2020

    Description:






    This webinar covers the CDLIS 5.4 changes from a business process perspective and will be useful to jurisdiction business staff who will update procedures when their agency implements CDLIS 5.4.  The webinar will introduce the CDLIS 5.4 State Procedures Manual (SPM) and its companion Change Control Document (CCD).

    The following areas will be covered: 

    • Procedures for Issuing A CDL.
    • Procedures for Managing Driver Information.
    • Procedures for Convicting A Driver.
    • Procedures for Withdrawing A Driver.
    • CDLIS Transactions.


            

    Title: 

    CDLIS 5.4 / SPEXS 6.1 Technical Changes - Part 1

    Recording Date: 

    Wednesday, January 29, 2020

    Description:

     

    This webinar provides an in-depth look at the technical changes that comprise the CDLIS 5.4 and SPEXS 6.1 release.  The webinar is oriented toward jurisdiction staff who will be implementing the new release at their agencies.


    Title: 

    CDLIS 5.4 / SPEXS 6.1 Technical Changes - Part 2

    Recording Date: 

    Wednesday, February 5, 2020

    Description:


    This is a continuation of the Part 1 CDLIS 5.4/SPEXS 6.1 Technical Changes webinar to be held onr January 29, 2020.  This webinar will continue the in-depth look at the technical changes that comprise the CDLIS 5.4 and SPEXS 6.1 release.  The webinar is oriented toward jurisdiction staff who will be implementing the new release at their agencies. 



  • Title:

    Understanding and Using: New CD90.5.7 Medical Certificate Posting Status Report

    Recording Dates: 

    Friday, December 13, 2019

    Description:

    The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the new CD90.5.7 Medical Certificate Posting Status Report. The webinar will also include information on report training and other resources at AAMVA.



  • Title: 

    Understanding the Enhancements and Purpose of the New WebUI Reporting Portal 

    Recording Dates:
    (click on date to register)

    December 3, 2019

     Description: The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the new WebUI Reporting Portal.



  • Title: 

    Orientation to SPEXS Specification Format

    Recording Dates:



    January 22, 2020 
    January 22, 2020 PDF Slides

    September 16, 2020
    September 16, 2020 PDF Slides

    Description:





    The CDLIS specifications have been fully integrated into the SPEXS Master Specification 6.1.0 document, resulting in a single consolidated reference that applies to both CDLIS-only and CDLIS+S2S jurisdictions.  A separate CDLIS Master Specification document will no longer be published starting with the 5.4 release.  This webinar provides an orientation to the SPEXS Master Specification for transitioning CDLIS Master Specification users.  Specific objectives include:

    • What is SPEXS?
    • Publication of CDLIS and SPEXS documents related to the release.
    • Handling of common features in the CDLIS Master Specification & SPEXS Master Specification.
    • Distinct features of SPEXS Master Specification.
    • New features of SPEXS Master Specification 6.1.0.



      Title: 

      Understanding the Purpose of the New SPEXS WebUI Reporting Portal

      Recording Date: 


      March 18, 2020  
      April 3, 2020

      Description: 

      The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the new SPEXS WebUI Reporting Portal. Participants will learn how to add users, how to create groups, and how to run on-demand and scheduled reports.



      Title: 

      SPEXS Duplicate Resolution Collaboration Tool

      Recording Date:

      August 20, 2020
      September 3, 2020

      Description:

      Duplicate Resolution Collaboration Tool is a web user interface which enables states to view potential duplicate pairs identified for a state and share information about specific potential duplicate pairs with other states. This interface is a part of the SPEXS Web UI and will allow S2S states to exchange notes and other information via a common platform. This webinar session will cover the purpose and functionality of this upcoming tool along with a walkthrough of its features.


    • Title: 

      U.S. Passport Verification Service Overview

      Description:


      This webinar is intended to walk through the U.S Passport Verification Service (USPVS). The purpose of this webinar is to understand what USPVS is, how it works, discuss the different reasons for no-match on U.S. passport and steps to take when no-match is returned on a US passport record.



    • Title: 

      AAMVA IT LMS (Learning Management System)

      Presenters:
       

      Abhi Kapil, IT Sr. Director, AAMVA
      Jessie Rogers, Systems Analyst, AAMVA  

      Description:
       

      AAMVA’s CDLIS trainings operate on a ‘Live Trainer’ mode. We are pleased to inform you that AAMVA has now procured an LMS (Learning Management System) to replace the ‘Live Trainer’. An LMS is a web-based application allows companies to provide the target audience with on-demand training. With the help of an LMS, attendees will have the ability to attend trainings at their own time (on-demand), pace and with a device (Laptop/smart phone/tablets, etc.) of their choice.


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