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

     Dates: Multiple dates available. Click ‘register online’ to view dates and to register  
     Time: 2:00 - 3:00PM 
     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.
     
     Audience: AAMVA Members
     Registration: View available dates and register online (member login required).


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

     Dates: December 7, 2021  
     
     Time: 2:00-3:00 PM ET 
     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. 
     
     Audience: AAMVA Members (member login required)
     Registration: 


    Register online.


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

     Date(s):none scheduled at this time
     Time:2:00-3:00 PM ET 
     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.
     Registration: This webinar is offered at no cost to AAMVA  members. To register for the event, please login to the site to access the registration information on the Members Only Webinars page


  • Drug and Alcohol Clearing House & National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Integration Implementation Paths 

     
    Date:
     
    December 10, 2021
     
    Time:
     
    1:00 - 2:00 pm (ET) 
     
    Description:
      
    AAMVA will review the upcoming functional releases to CDLIS, specifically the integration of the Drug and Alcohol Clearing House (DACH) and National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME) to CDLIS. This webinar will highlight the various implementation paths a state can adopt to implement the new CDLIS changes. This will aid states in planning their next implementation release as soon as possible to meet required compliance dates.
     
    Panelists: 

    Neila Wagner, Senior Business Analyst, AAMVA
    Apti Morada, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVA
    Julie Bliss, Senior Project Manager, AAMVA
    Rajesh Dharmarajan, Project Manager, AAMVA

    Audience:
     
    AAMVA Members
     
    Registration:  Register online (member login required)



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


    Dates:  
    October 21, 2021  
    November 18, 2021
    December 16, 2021
       
    Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
       
    Speaker/Panelist: Neil Pitt, Lead  Business Analyst, AAMVA
       
    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.

    Register:  Note: This webinar is for AAMVA jurisdiction members only. If you are a jurisdiction member and wish to register for this webinar, please login to the site, and go to the Members Only webinars page here

  • NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (Web Services Version) – Part 2  

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

    Dates:

    October 28, 2021  
    December 22, 2021

    Time:

    2:00-3:00 pm ET
     
    Speaker/Panelist:  Neil PItt, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVA

    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).

    Register: Note: This webinar is for AAMVA jurisdiction members only. If you are a jurisdiction member and wish to register for this webinar, please login to the site, and go to the  Members Only webinars page here.

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

    Dates: October 7, 2021

    November 4, 2021
    December 2, 2021

    Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
     
    Speaker/Panelist: Neil Pitt, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVA 
     
    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.

    Register:  Note: This webinar is for AAMVA jurisdiction members only.  If you are a member and wish to register for this webinar, please login to the site, and go to the  Members Only webinars page here.

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


    Prerequisite: 

    NMVTIS Suspense Resolution for Online States (AMIE Version) – Part 1
     
    Dates:  October 14, 2021  
    December 9, 2021  
     
    Time: 

    2:00-3:00 pm ET
     
    Speaker/Panelist:
     
    Neil Pitt, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVA
     
    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).

    Register:  Note: This webinar is for AAMVA jurisdiction members only. If you are a jurisdiction member and wish to register for this webinar, please login to the site, and go to the Members Only webinars page here
  • Introduction to the 2021 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for mDL Law Enforcement

     Date: October 21, 2021 
     Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET 
     Speaker/Panelist:  Facilitator(s) – Mindy Stephens, Manager, Identity Management, AAMVA
    Mike McCaskill, Director, Identity Management, AAMVA
    Panelists- Chief Tim Roufa, Chief of Technology & Communications, Florida Division of Highway Patrol
    Negash Assefa, Director, Information Technology, Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, and Chair Joint mDL Working Group. 
     Description:  The purpose of this webinar is to provide attendees with a detailed walkthrough and explanation of the new 2021 Mobile Driver License (mDL) Law Enforcement Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document and discuss applicable use cases.  

    The intended audience for this webinar is members of the Law Enforcement Community and interested Driver License Administrators.

    At the end of this webinar attendees will have a better understanding of the intention, and the content of the document, as well as how to use it alongside other resources. Key learnings for attendees include:

    • Explanation of the new overview and other changes
    • Background details that fed the FAQ
    • Resolving common misconceptions
    • Walkthrough of law enforcement use cases
          
     Audience: AAMVA Members
     Archive: View the archive and accompanying documentation.


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