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Government ID Technology Summit 2
September 24-25, 2007


bullet Day One: Monday 24 September 2007
bullet Day Two: Tuesday 25 September 2007


Day One: Monday 24 September 2007

9:00 Chairmanís Welcome and Opening Address

Barry Kefauver, Principal, Fall Hill Associates

9:10 Keynote Session: Why DHS Believes States DMVs Want To Comply With Real ID

Many State DMVs have recognized the need to prevent ID theft and fraud. This requires them to improve their driverís license issuance processes, information systems and facility security. Congress has also recognized the need to ensure that all States should meet minimum State driverís licenses and identification card issuance standards. Darrell Williams, the Department of Homeland Securityís Director of Real ID, will open the conference with a discussion of the DHS plan to implement the REAL ID program to help States meet the minimum Federal standards for driverís and identification card issuance needed to deter ID theft and fraud. Utilize this session and the question time to:
  • Assess the benefits and challenges of implementation: Why the DHS wants you to comply and what is in it for you
  • Gain clarity on the key areas of the regulations
Darrell Williams, Director Real ID, Department of Homeland Security

9:50 Keynote Session: Clarifying The Different Funding Options - Where Exactly Is The Money Going To Come From?

Funding is by far the biggest problem that State DMVs face. Real ID compliance is not cheap, with estimates currently at approximately $40 million per State and $38 billion across the US. The lack of Federal funding is also perhaps the biggest reason why many States are considering not complying. In this session, you will learn first hand what funding is going to be made available from the Federal Government, work out what you will need to provide yourself and finally how you can therefore plan your budget:
  • What is available to you? Evaluating HSO budgets, grants and Federal aid so that you know exactly what funding you have
  • Assessing various ways of creating the extra funding yourself, e.g. can you use a nation-wide database in other areas of your jurisdiction too, such as finding fathers who arenít paying their child support, or providing extra security for retailers using credit cards?
Dr Raymond Scheppach, Executive Director, The National Governors Association

10:30 Panel Discussion: How Far Towards Compliance Can And Should You Go? Comparing The Benefits And Pitfalls Of The Different Levels Of Compliance

With funding so tight for all State DMVs, many are feeling that full compliance is simply not an option. However there are different levels of compliance. For example, you can still be Real ID compliant as long as you have the necessary access to your neighboring Statesí database to ensure you are not issuing a duplicate license. So in this session, State DMVs will pool their ideas on what levels of compliance can be achieved with the money you have to give you clarity on what you can afford to do.
  • Examining what would make a State want to comply so that you know the benefits behind the extra cost and workload
  • The value of the dollar: If your funding sources are low, discover where your money is best spent
  • Make your decision on whether to go for minimum compliance or maximum security
Panellists include:
Matthew Dunlap, Secretary of State, Department of Secretary of State, Maine
Commissioner Greg Dozier, Georgia Department of Driver Services
Trish Vincent, Director of Revenue, Missouri

11:10 Coffee and Networking

STEP ONE: WHAT YOU SHOULD BE DOING RIGHT NOW TO PREPARE FOR THE ROAD AHEAD

The Clock Is Ticking: How And Where Do You Start?

11:40 Developing A Practical Roadmap For Real ID Implementation

Closely behind funding, the second largest problem facing State DMVs is the timeframe in which to achieve compliance. Despite the extension of the deadline announced in the latest drafts, many State DMVs still feel that full compliance will not be achievable in the given timeframe. Without a solid roadmap, detailing what steps to take, when and exactly how, the funding that a State has can easily be spent in the wrong way. This session will examine the roadmap used by the UKís Driver & Vehicle Licencing Authority (DVLA), showing the steps they took and when, so that you can see how to create your own roadmap.
  • How to establish an initial roadmap to get from non-compliance to compliance, e.g. when to address the public concerns, when to rearrange your internal procedures, or when to switch technologies
  • What sets of standards are needed to make best use of technology and provide customer benefits
  • Overcome the re-enrolment issue: Decide when to recall the current licenses - wave by wave or total recall?
  • Make sure you budget accordingly for the most expensive steps, such as new card issuance, new information systems or new identification technology
Ieuan Griffiths, Director of Finance and Strategy, DVLA

12:20 Networking Lunch

1:30 Transitioning To Legal Presence And How This Will Affect Your Real ID Implementation Plans

One of the requirements contained in the Real ID Act is that states need to have a legal presence requirement in order to comply with the law. When Real ID was passed, approximately one dozen states did not have such laws in their states, though some had de facto legal presence requirements with regard to acceptable documents. However, when a state transitions from non-legal presence to legal presence requirements, a number of issues arise that will impact planning for Real ID in all states. Patrick Fernan will describe Wisconsinís experience of this transition, demonstrating how you too can:
  • Decide whether to allow the non-Real ID compliant driving certificates
  • Without non-legal presence, learn how to deal with those willing to commit residency fraud to obtain a product
  • Introduce effective educational efforts in implementing legal presence
Patrick Fernan, Director, Bureau of Driver Services, Division of Motor Vehicles, Wisconsin DOT

2:10 Panel Discussion: Bringing Your Public Onboard For Smoother Legislature Changes

It goes without saying that fears over national security and identity theft make Real ID a very hot issue for the national public right now. And of course the press havenít exactly been painting a pretty picture of the proposed regulations. But every State DMV needs to find a way to educate their public so that they can ensure the legislature changes necessary to become Real ID compliant. So how exactly can you do this? This session will examine how you can change your publicís perception as quickly and as cost effectively as possible.
  • Listen to your people: Examining the direct impact on your public so that you understand the perception you are trying to change
  • Know which marketing methods will be most effective at reaching your public
  • Examine how much of your budget a public relations exercise is worth: Measuring cost against outcome
Panellists include:
Anne Collins, Registrar of Motor Vehicles, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Lucinda Babers, Interim Director, District of Columbia DMV

2:50 Coffee and Networking

WHERE WILL REAL ID TAKE YOU NEXT? THE FUTURE PLANS FOR THE NEW LICENSE

3:20 The Real ID Driverís License: A Viable Alternative To The Passport?

There is a huge opportunity to use a Real ID driver licence as an alternative to the passport under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, but a lot of uncertainty over what your state needs to do to make that happen In this session Ernie Bartucci will describe how you can use a new more secure license as a platform for other uses, notably for land crossings.
  • How you can use an enhanced Real ID compliant driver license for border crossing
  • Examining the steps you need to take to address the citizenship issue that is fundamental to a border crossing document
  • Re-engineering your border crossing procedures: Utilizing available technology to expedite secure inspections with confidence
  • Matching cost to benefit: A look at the alternatives
Ernie Bartucci, Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Intergovernmental Relations, Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs

3:50 Panel Discussion: The Real ID Driverís License, A Viable Alternative To The Passport?

Panellists include:
Bruce Davis, CEO, Digimarc Corporation
Ernie Bartucci, Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Intergovernmental Relations, Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs
Andy Mallinger, Digimarc Corporation (instead of Bruce Davis)
Dana Marohn, Senior Consultant, International Biometric Group (IBG)

STEP TWO: BRINGING YOUR PRACTICES IN LINE WITH THOSE OF YOUR NEIGHBORING STATES

4:00 Whatís Mine Is Yours, Whatís Yours Is Mine: How To Share Your Data With Other States Without Compromising On Security

A key component of Real ID is the integration of five electronic verification systems. One of the five will require interaction between states (Driver License Exchange). The other four (Passport, Social Security, Birth Records, and Legal Presence) will require interfaces with federal systems. However, the idea of information sharing and transporting data between states and the federal government is understandably worrisome for state DMVs. Yet if states and the federal government work together to ensure secure, efficient systems and processes to the databases required, this doesnít have to be a scary prospect. This session will explore how to share information with other DMVs and the federal government in a way that does not compromise citizen privacy or security.
  • Establish a co-ownership method that ensures each State maintains the rights to its own data
  • Examine how such cross-collaboration has worked previously in other departments
Bernard C. Soriano, Ph.D, Deputy Director and Chief Information Officer, California DMV

4:30 Panel Discussion: How To Share Your Data With Other States Without Compromising On Security?

Panellists include:
Joe Sanders, Director of Motor Vehicle Development, Digimarc Corporation
Bernard C. Soriano, Ph.D, Deputy Director and Chief Information Officer, California DMV
Toby Levin, Senior Privacy Advisor, Department of Homeland Security

4:40 Chairmanís Closing Remarks

5:00 Close of Day One

5:30 Cocktail Reception for Speakers and Delegates in the Exhibition Area


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Day Two: Tuesday September 25, 2007


8:30 Chairmanís Welcome To Day Two And Recap Of Day One

Barry Kefauver, Principal, Fall Hill Associates

8:50 Keynote Session: Interstate Collaboration: How To Create Standard Working Practices Across All States

Real ID only works to its greatest advantage if every State complies and in exactly the same way. But, aside from the obvious funding issue that clouds this ideal, many States are questioning if this is even possible given the different working practices that function internally in each different DMV. The Federal Government will not be providing a single path that everyone must follow, so administrators have been looking to AAMVA to lead the way and come up with a one-size-fits-all solution. In this session, AAMVA will present their findings so far, so that you can start to talk with your neighboring States about the best way to proceed together.
  • Join together to create one solution that fits the practices of every State
  • Establish a standard from the core: whose example to follow?
  • Gain clarity on the situation if one State complies and its neighbor chooses not to
Philippe Guiot, Chief Information Officer, AAMVA

STEP THREE: HOW TO ENSURE YOUR CARD ISSUANCE TECHNOLOGY AND PROCESSES ARE REAL ID COMPLIANT

9:30 Panel Discussion: Pre-Order Or Over-The-Counter? Examining The Benefits Of Central Card Issuance

There is still a question mark from Federal Government over whether it is more efficient, cost effective and secure to issue the new license from a single central source or over the counter in each State. This panel discussion will bring into focus the advantages and disadvantages of central card issuance, so that you can better plan ahead for the route eventually chosen:
  • Understand how central issuance is more cost effective in security measures than trying to achieve the required level of security in various multiple locations
  • Work out how to allay the public fear of database security risks
  • Assess your own building security should the ďover-the-counterĒ method be chosen
Panellists include:
Patrick Fernan, Director of Driver Services, Wisconsin DMV
Debora Jerome, Systems Administrator and Project Coordinator, Department of Revenue, State of Colorado
Terry Mitchell, Chief Drivers License Examiner, Division of Vehicles, Kansas Department of Revenue
Bruce Davis, CEO, Digimarc Corporation
Dr. Mohamed Lazzouni, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, L-1 Identity Solutions

10:10 Coffee and Networking

10:40 How Identity Verification Can Be Handled Quickly And Efficiently Even In Large Volumes

This session will provide you with the necessary know-how on how to electronically verify the birth certificate identity document securely and in a timely fashion. This presentation will describe the functionality of the NAPHSIS Electronic Verification of Vital Events (EVVE) system, including a technical overview and benefits of the EVVE system. Specifically, Rose will take you step by step through the EVVE expansion process currently being undertaken, which will outline how the jurisdiction Vital Records Offices will be prepared to participate as partners in the EVVE system. Observations of the EVVE pilot project between the Vital Records Offices and Departments of Motor Vehicles will also be highlighted.

Rose Trasatti, EVVE Project Manager, NAPHSIS

11:20 Vendor Showcase: What Card Options Are Available To You And Which Should You Choose?

The actual look and style of the license is deliberately left open for each State to determine. So itís important to know what your options are and assess the benefits of each. This session will examine the major offerings in this market, so that you will be able to make an informed decision over which style (and cost!) to go with.
  • Know exactly what a REAL ID compliant card needs to be
  • See what the DHS has in mind behind the flexible rules on card manufacturing
  • Learn which card options will best meet your performance specifications
Dr Robert Jones, Chief Scientist, Digimarc Corporation

12:00 Networking Lunch

1:30 AAMVA Digital Image Access and Exchange Program

The capability exists today for all U.S. jurisdictions to easily, and securely, share their driverís license facial images with each other. This functionality allows frontline staff to quickly perform an image comparison between the driverís license application, the surrendered out-of-state license, and the image received from the current state of record. This session will describe what the Motor Vehicle community is doing today to implement this functionality nationwide and how it is currently being used to detect and prevent fraud while also providing better customer service and support.

Paul Blanchard, Project Lead and Senior Systems Engineer, AAMVA

STEP FOUR: ENSURING YOUR METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY ARE SECURE AND NOT A ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR IDENTITY THEFT

2:10 Chips, Barcodes And Thumbprints: The Issue Of Security In The Card Itself

The question whether the information to be stored on the new license will be the same or expanded from the old level of information is yet to be answered. What is clear is that there will be a huge difference in the way that information is stored and validated. This session will examine the options of encryption, manufacturer and issuer, providing you with the knowledge you need to make your licenses absolutely secure.
  • Learn which pieces of information need and donít need to be encrypted
  • The 2-D barcode: Discover how all the information can be encrypted in a secure manner
  • Examining the potential usage of biometric solutions
Panel include:
Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance
James B. Sheire, Manager, Government Programs, NXP Semiconductors

2:50 Coffee and Networking

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3:20 Panel Discussion: Achieving Optimum Levels Of Personnel Security

Since the new licenses will continue to be issued by the State, your own facilities need to be secure to ensure the integrity of the credential, data and issuance processes. This problem has two sides: your personnel need to be safe from potential identity thieves and you also have to be sure your personnel themselves are not identity thieves either! In addition there is the issue over the security and storage of hard copy ID documentation too, not just from potential theft but also natural disasters. This session will demonstrate how you can ensure that your facilities are capable of handling sensitive information in a way that benefits both yourself, other State DMVs and your public.
  • Ensuring you have the right personnel: Implementing staff background checks
  • Providing physical security for your customer-facing personnel
  • Overcoming staff vulnerability to bribery and corruption from the public
  • Ensuring your facilities comply with the North American Security Products Organization (NASPO) security requirements
Panellists include:
Bernard C. Soriano, Ph.D, Deputy Director and Chief Information Officer, California DMV
Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles

4:00 How to Build Automation into Information and Fee Collection

James F. Lock III, CTP, Vice President, Public Sector Client Solutions, JPMorgan Chase Treasury Service

4:20 Chairmanís Closing Remarks

4:30 Close of Conference


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Speakers
Lucinda Babers, Interim Director, District of Columbia DMV
divider Ernie Bartucci, Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Intergovernmental Relations, Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs
divider Anne Collins, Registrar of Motor Vehicles, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
divider Nancy Carlson, Senior Manager, Digital Image Access and Exchange Project, AAMVA
divider Bruce Davis, CEO, Digimarc Corporation
divider Matthew Dunlap, Secretary of State, Maine
divider Commissioner Greg Dozier, Georgia Department of Driver Services
divider Dana Marohn, Senior Consultant, International Biometric Group
divider Patrick Fernan, Director, Bureau of Driver Services Division of Motor Vehicles, Wisconsin DOT
divider Ieuan Griffiths, Finance and Strategy Director, DVLA, UK
divider Philippe Guiot, Chief Information Officer, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)
divider Deborah Jerome, Systems Administrator and Project Coordinator, Department of Revenue, State of Colorado
divider Trish Vincent, Director of Revenue, Missouri
divider Dr Raymond Scheppach, Executive Director, National Governors Association
divider Rose Trasatti, NAPHSIS EVVE Project Manager, National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems
divider Bernard C. Soriano, Deputy Director, California DMV
divider Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance
divider Darrell Williams, Director Real ID, Department of Homeland Security
divider Dr. Mohamed Lazzouni, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, L-1 Identity Solutions
divider James B. Sheire, Manager, Government Programs NXP Semiconductors

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