N.Y. DMV Awards Contract for International Registration Plan

New York's Department of Motor Vehicles has awarded a $1 million contract to CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., to automate the state's international registration plan (IRP). Taking hold in several states, IRP is a method by which commercial vehicles pay interstate fees in their home state, which then forwards the funds to other states.

Through the contract, New York is aiming to adopt extensive IRP functionality, including the ability to operate in either local-access networks or mainframes. The state will also use the contract to participate in national IRP pilot projects. CACI has won similar contracts in Delaware, Rhode Island and New Jersey.

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