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BearingPoint awarded $14.1 million California eGov contract

BearingPoint has been awarded a $14.1 million two-year contract from the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to design, implement and support a new Web portal for the department.

The new portal will improve the overall DMV experience for California residents, and will help the state address the Real ID Act, a federally-mandated program to standardize state driver's licensing and other state identification.

California's DMV is the nation's largest motor vehicle department, issuing more than eight million drivers' licenses and identification cards annually. The DMV also sends 90 million pieces of mail, issues or renews more than 33 million vehicle registrations and fulfills 135 million requests for information per year.

The new DMV online portal will ensure that constituents have access to information and services online through an easy-to-use and comprehensive Web site. As an added benefit to residents, the system will reduce the need to physically visit DMV locations, reducing crowding and wait times.

BearingPoint is a leader in providing management and technology consulting services to state governments nationwide. The firm has a National DMV Practice and has also built award-winning eGovernment portals for various states and state agencies.

In Texas, BearingPoint has provided both Web portal and DMV expertise, working with the Texas Department of Information Resources to create TexasOnline, the largest self-funded state government portal in the world. TexasOnline has allowed the state to build more than 800 services for citizens and government, including a new Web-based state-wide driver license system.

BearingPoint's TexasOnline portal has earned a number of awards, including being named the number one eGovernment Portal by Brown University's Seventh Annual Study of International Government, and it has helped generate more than $5 billion in state and local revenues.


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