Government, Oregon, Transportation

DMV launches additional online services

Photo courtesy of ODOT

OREGON - The Oregon DMV says they have completed a multi-year computer replacement project on Monday, July 6, enabling the agency to offer more services online than before.

It’s a timely upgrade, with Oregonians facing difficulties in getting service at DMV due to measures set in place due to concerns over COVID-19 and Governor Kate Brown’s various COVID-19 related executive orders. 

“This is a major achievement for our agency and the people who work for DMV. Not many IT projects of this breadth and complexity can claim the success that we’ve accomplished,” said DMV Administrator Tom McClellan, “Like any successful venture it comes down to careful planning, a laser focus on your goal, and a dedication to seeing it through to completion. I am incredibly proud of the work of our . . .

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