Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services announced Monday that it has entered into a $41 million system-integration agreement with the State of Minnesota Department of Public Safety to develop the Minnesota Licensing and Registration System for the Driver and Vehicle Services Division.
Under the agreement, HP will develop and standardize an integrated system for 6.4 million vehicle records and 4.1 million driver history records to improve DVS information access, accuracy and security.
Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president and general manager of HP Enterprise Services U.S. Public Sector, said the company will combine government expertise and HP technology to build the MNLARS.
The MNLARS will be based on HP DMV Solution and use HP Applications Development Services and HP Applications Modernization Services to provide 40,000 users in Minnesota access to verified DMV data.
The MNLARS is expected to have a user-friendly interface that will provide DVS staff with full view of a driver’s vehicle registration and other relevant information.
The system will be released in four phases to help enhance workflow accuracy and efficiency.
Different processes, including licensing, vehicle titling, registration and inspection, will be improved continuously over a four-year period.
A framework for adding future services will be installed in the MNLARS.