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DMV unveils new computer project to replace antiquated system

 

July 8, 2020



Oregon’s Department of Motor Vehicles has completed a multi-year project to replace its computer systems.

The replacement is part of the broader DMV Service Transformation Program – a 10-year, $90 million investment in the future of DMV.

Replacing antiquated technology, originally installed in the 1960s and ’70s, was the first step in DMV’s effort to expand online services and explore other modern improvements to the way they do business.

Choosing a proven commercial off-the-shelf solution as the new technology to support the work of DMV means that the agency is now poised to be f...



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