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Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

Panelists shared their progress and the remaining roadblocks to implementing AI at the recent Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications conference.
The position is eligible for remote work within the state of Texas and has a monthly salary range of $8,850 to $9,166.
One opportunity listed at the state human resources site is remote, although both report in Austin.
The DMV aims to replace its existing grant management and tracking system web application, which is currently managed by Texas A&M University.
Texas DMV's Wendy Barron talked about how IT needs to be a trusted adviser to the business side.
The department responsible for vehicle registration and titling has about $68 million budgeted for information technology resources, enhancements, automation and capital projects in the 2024 fiscal year.
According to three state-level CIOs, areas in need of modernization include broadband, mainframe, applications and cybersecurity.
CIOs from the HHSC, TxDOT, TxDMV and CapMetro discussed AI and how it could be used to automate their departments during a recent Industry Insider forum.
The TxDMV has released an opportunity for a customer queue management system to enable customer self service and allow for central management of appointments, surveys and other functions.
The State of Technology: Texas Industry Forum has a robust speaker lineup that will discuss technology implications of the state budget and recent legislation.
The “Best of Texas” awards, announced during last week’s Texas Digital Government Summit, acknowledged various significant IT projects.
The department is investigating SaaS solutions that will manage facilities requests, repairs and other work across the state.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles’ five largest IT purchases this year landed in the high seven figures, with its highest payment to a single vendor totaling $3.3 million.
The Department of Motor Vehicles may be the most common way residents interact with state government, and Texas plans to transform that.
During a recent event, state leaders discussed the pandemic pivot to remote work and changes since.
The agency has been improving processes, among them a particularly visible issue.
Several departments teamed up to produce a digital assistant for Texans.
IT leaders discuss priorities, challenges at Industry Insider — Texas event in Austin.
Industry Insider — Texas hosted a member event last week in Austin.
The monies will assist in deploying a Texas EV infrastructure to meet future drivers’ needs.
Next month’s members-only event in Austin will feature the chief information officers of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The Air Force veteran, who joined state government as an information security manager, is now a deputy chief information officer.
The monies will assist in deploying a Texas EV infrastructure to meet future drivers’ needs.
The Austin IT veteran is moving from an agency where he served for more than eight years.
Texas by Texas offers residents access to multiple government services through the web, and more services are being considered.