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The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has received the necessary funding for upgrading its aging computer system. The state Board of Examiners has approved the requested $75 million, which the DMV will use to modernize its existing computer system, which has been preventing employees from conducting transactions in a more efficient manner.
The DMV says that the new system will be among the best in the country. “We want to be the model for the rest of the nation; for the Nevada DMV to be the DMV of the future,” said DMV Director Terri Albertson during his address before the state Board of Examiners.
Once the DMV starts using the new system, it will be able to provide more services online, which is expected to result in increased efficiency and improved customer satisfaction.