Virginia's Task Force wants more time:

A thoughtful committee, Virginia's Real ID Task Force, will soon be making recommendations to governor Warner about implementing Real ID. The committee is expected to ask for two more years, saying that the remaining time is too short for projects of such complexity. Quoting from a Potomoac News item by Daniel Gilbert:
Pam Goheen, a spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, said the estimate was based on the experience of developing projects of comparable length and cost. She cited the social security online verification that was first made available in the late 1990s. There are still jurisdictions that are not online, Goheen said.


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