INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The man in charge of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles announced Tuesday he is stepping down from his position.
During Commissioner Scott Waddell's time at the BMV, several changes such as time monitoring technology, smart phone apps, and online transactions went into effect.
Tuesday, Waddell released a statement saying
I am honored to have served Governors Mitch Daniels and Mike Pence as Commissioner of the BMV. Just as important, it has been my privilege to play a role in the 'Best in the Country' successes achieved by the dedicated and hard-working associates of the Indiana BMV. The accomplishments of our customer oriented agency have raised the bar for bureaus throughout North America.... The groundwork has also been established that should keep Indiana's BMV at the forefront of motor vehicle agencies for years to come.
Waddell was appointed by Governor Mitch Daniels in 2010. His last day will be Dec. 2, 2013.
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