Problem driver clearinghouse

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration wants proposals to support the teleprocessing needs of the National Driver Register program, a national clearinghouse for problem driver reporting. States provide the program with information, and then access the system when drivers apply for licenses or renew them. It requires a timesharing vendor offering an IBM compatible mainframe service, capable of connecting to state hosts via AAMVAnet, the network of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. For more information, the solicitation (DTNH2-03-R- 05013) can be found on http://www.FedBizOpps.gov. Responses are due April 4, 2003.

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