AAMVA Hosts Inaugural NMVTIS State Users Workshop

AAMVA Hosts Inaugural NMVTIS State Users Workshop

AAMVA Hosts Inaugural NMVTIS State Users Workshop

AAMVA held its first ever NMVTIS State Users Workshop in Tampa, Florida last week. There were 157 participants from 48 jurisdictions in attendance. Georgia Steele, EdD, Chief Performance Officer for the State of Georgia Department of Revenue, and Presi

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AAMVA held its first ever NMVTIS State Users Workshop in Tampa, Florida last week. There were 157 participants from 48 jurisdictions in attendance. Georgia Steele, EdD, Chief Performance Officer for the State of Georgia Department of Revenue, and President, AAMVA Region 2, was the keynote speaker. She provided insights on how NMVTIS protects against fraud and theft and prevents unsafe vehicles from being titled, and the role each state plays in that effort. The workshop format enabled Vehicle Titling, Law Enforcement and information technology users to focus on their specific facets of NMVTIS. The workshop targeted people who work with NMVTIS every day in their state. Topics included use of NMVTIS best practices, handling help desk issues, NMVTIS modernization, and vehicle fraud prevention with a focus on small group discussion.

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