Minnesota governor approves $13.3 million to continue repairs of buggy licensing and registration system

by • 2 weeks ago

The new funding will go toward ongoing development of MNLARS systems and additional customer service staffing.

Auditor's report uncovers the decade that ruined Minnesota's licensing and registration system

by • 4 weeks ago

A report from the legislative auditor's office blames the struggling $100 million system on an amorphous band of public safety and IT department leaders.

Minnesota governor wants another $15.7 million to fix troubled vehicle registration system

by • 1 month ago

Gov. Tim Walz asked lawmakers for more money for the Minnesota Licensing and Registration System, which has already const the state more than $100 million.

Minnesota CIO Johanna Clyborne steps down

by • 2 months ago

Newly inaugurated Gov. Tim Walz has not named a replacement technology official, and says he's "not going to rush" the decision.

Minnesota's public safety department accidentally shares 1,500 private addresses

by • 2 months ago

The infamous Minnesota Licensing and Registration System, or MNLARS, has been named the culprit.

There are four audits into Minnesota's IT agency and its $100 million vehicle licensing and registration system

by • 9 months ago

The project known as MNLARS has faced continual challenges since launching almost a year ago.

After budget-writing failure, Minnesota's struggling vehicle licensing system is left hanging

by • 9 months ago

As the dust settles following a final political joust between the outgoing governor and Republican lawmakers, everyone is left a loser.

Minnesota governor vetoes bill reimbursing those affected by struggling licensing system

by • 10 months ago

Gov. Mark Dayton is instead calling on the legislature for a single comprehensive bill that provides sustainable funding to fix MNLARS and reimburses deputy registrars who have been affected.

Minnesota official knew of 70 errors in troubled licensing system prior to launch

by • 11 months ago

The state's former chief business technology officer "did not conduct himself" as expected as a state government IT executive, according to a report commissioned by Minnesota IT Services.

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