The goal of the Alabama Online Insurance Verification System (OIVS) was to create an effective method for implementing the Mandatory Liability Insurance (MLI) law that became effective on January 1, 2013. Development was a joint effort of CAPS and the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) in FY2013.
OIVS includes a management portal and complete back-end infrastructure to support the new requirements of the law, including a role-based online portal for end-to-end management of the MLI process. It implemented a case management infrastructure so that all MLI case correspondences (calls, payments, images, etc.) are now being appropriately logged and retrieved. Citizens can now go online and respond to MLI issues that they have.
We continue to maintain, secure, and expand (as needed) the back-end servers, network, and security appliances that host various ADOR applications in order to provide a reliable, secure and redundant data storage and web infrastructure for ADOR.
CAPS has provided marketing campaigns to raise awareness about the forthcoming changes to the Mandatory Liability Insurance laws, chiefly the development and deployment of the Online Insurance Verification System (OIVS) and the enforcement mechanisms that will be put in place as a result.
The Alabama OIVS is integrated within the Motor Vehicle Title, Registration, and Insurance Portal (MVTRIP) system.