DMV2Go Proves Useful at NASA Langley
On Wednesday, 80 people at NASA's Langley's Research Center took advantage of the Department of Motor Vehicle's camper-sized mobile office, called DMV2Go.
Throughout the day, there were consistent, but short lines, waiting to enter the narrow space, lined with a counter, three computers and three DMV employees waiting to assist. In one day, 129 transactions were made: 56 driver-related and 65 vehicle-related.
According to the manager of the Tidewater DMV2Go team, Michelle Ballard, the only service they are not able to provide is a motorcycle road test.
Jennifer Noble of NASA Langley's Game Changing Development Program office found the service helpful and convenient, saying it "saves a lot of time."
The idea for their visit was prompted by Michael Finneran of Langley's Office of Strategic Analysis, Communications, and Business Development (OSACB). Director of Langley's Office of Human Capital Management, David Ledoux, agreed that the service could be appreciated and he implemented the visit.
Based on numbers, the effort was a success -- one of the highest that this particular mobile unit has seen.
Return visits are already being discussed.
"Our DMV2Go mobile office helps fulfill DMV’s goal of serving customers at a time and place convenient to them," said Rossie Brown, mobile office generalist senior. "This partnership helps achieve that mission."
Any employees with thoughts about this program, should contact Randy Cone at Randy.B.Cone@nasa.gov
Photo Credit: NASA/Sean Smith