Third Party Agent Working Group Meets in San Antonio

Third Party Agent Working Group Meets in San Antonio

AAMVA’s Third Party Agent Working Group met in San Antonio, Texas from January 21-23. AAMVA will soon be publishing an interim report with a preview of the best practice topics the working group has been developing. During last week’s meeting, they con

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AAMVA’s Third Party Agent Working Group met in San Antonio, Texas from January 21-23. AAMVA will soon be publishing an interim report with a preview of the best practice topics the working group has been developing. During last week’s meeting, they continued to refine the draft document, and discussed the most beneficial best practices to administer, expand, and establish a third party agent program. The best practice is intended to provide guidance to jurisdictions interested in authorizing a third party to process motor vehicle and driver license transactions on their behalf. The working group also considered best practices that could be used to enhance or provide additional benefits for a jurisdiction with an existing third party agent program. The working group plans to hold its next in-person meeting in April 2020, and expects the full best practice document to be published in the fall of 2020.


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