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Motor Vehicle Software Corporation Joins TechNet

Leading provider of eGovernment software solutions joins bipartisan policy and political network

TechNet, thebipartisan policy and political network of innovation economy CEOs and seniorexecutives, today announced that California-based Motor Vehicle SoftwareCorporation (MVSC), a leading provider of innovative software for governmentagencies, has joined TechNet.  MVSC is TechNet’s 65th member.

Linda Moore,president and CEO of TechNet, said: “TheMotor Vehicle Software Corporation is a leader in using the power of technologyto reimagine and transform government agencies like the DMV, making them moreefficient and responsive to taxpayers.  MVSC is an eGovernment innovator,and a great addition to TechNet’s growing network of leading IT, e-commerce,biotechnology, green tech and finance companies.”

DonArmstrong, co-founder and CEO of Motor Vehicle Software Corporation, said: “With a public advocacy footprint thatis expanding across the country and unmatched relationships among policymakersand regulators, TechNet is an ideal partner for MVSC as we grow our eGovernmentsoftware offerings in California and across the country.”

TechNet is the national, bipartisan network of CEOs and senior executives thatpromotes the growth of technology industries and the economy by buildinglong-term relationships between technology leaders and policymakers and byadvocating a targeted policy agenda. TechNet’s members represent nearly twomillion employees in the fields of information technology, biotechnology, greentech, e-commerce and finance. TechNet has offices in Washington, D.C., SiliconValley, Sacramento, Seattle, Boston and Austin. 

AboutMotor Vehicle Software Corporation
Motor Vehicle Software Corporation (MVSC) delivers, develops and supportsinnovative and cost-effective solutions to government agencies.  Bycombining eGovernment consulting skills, compliance analysis capabilities andspecific industry expertise, MVSC has become the leader in process managementsolutions.  Vested companies can now exchange information with easethrough streamlined digital interactions and re-engineered workflowprocesses.  As a result government and industry partners save time, moneyand resources.  MVSC is on its way to becoming the national leader inpioneering innovative workflow efficiencies for self-funded state governmentregulated industries.

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