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Former Delaware DMV Director joins GET Group North America

Former Delaware DMV Director joins GET Group North America
GET Group North America, the provider of end-to-end solutions for secure credentials with over 20 years of experience in identity management, announced the appointment of Scott Vien as Director of Business Development. Mr. Vien will lead all business development activities related to the company’s solutions and products in North America.

Before joining GET Group, Mr. Vien had a 12-year career with the Delaware Department of Transportation’s Division of Motor Vehicles, where he directed operations through the oversight of nearly 700 employees in seven key departments. Prior to becoming Director, he served in the capacities of Management Analyst, Commercial Driver License Program Manager, Chief of Driver Services, and Deputy Director. 

Mr. Vien has been an active member of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) and served on the AAMVA International Board of Directors, the Region I Board of Directors, as Chair of the Card Design Standards (CDS) Committee, Vice-Chair of the e-ID Working Group, and as the Identity Management Representative for the Driver Standing Committee. 

“Scott’s extensive participation in national and international matters related to the Department of Motor Vehicles’ community will be invaluable in the pursuit of targeted government and commercial business opportunities for our ID and credential solutions,” said Alex Kambanis, Managing Director for GET Group NA.

Mr. Vien holds a B.S. in Business Management and an M.S. in Public Administration from Wilmington University.

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