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Minnesota selects private vendor to replace troubled MNLARS system


August 9, 2019

Leila Navidi – Star Tribune

Motor vehicle supervisor Tereza Bazac helps a customer at the Roseville License Center.

Minnesota officials have selected a replacement for the state's beleaguered vehicle licensing and registration computer system, the source of years of costly headaches for administrators and motorists.

The state is spending nearly $34 million on the new system after deciding to do away with the Minnesota Licensing and Registration System (MNLARS), which was developed in-house at a cost of more than $100 million. The bulk of the new system is slated to be in place in November 2020, with all work completed in late 2021.


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