CVISN. Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN). Conceived from a Partnership Kansas Department of Revenue Kansas Department of Transportation Kansas Corporation Commission accessKansas. Who (or what) is accessKansas? accessKansas
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Commercial Vehicle Information
Systems and Networks (CVISN)
Kansas Department of Revenue
Kansas Department of Transportation
Kansas Corporation Commission
The Official Website for the State of Kansas (www.accessKansas.org)
Kansas Information Consortium (KIC)
Subsidiary of NIC Inc.
Information Network of Kansas (INK)
Kansas State Agency
Each State Agency enters into a “contract” with accessKansas
To obtain a 10% electronic credentialing deadline to meet level one deployment requirements under the CVISN program.
To provide motor carriers a “one-stop-shop” to conduct business electronically with the state of Kansas.
To cut costs for both Government and Businesses.
To be the premier state trucking portal in the country.
Develop a single point of contact for motor carriers.
Develop in stages.
Maintain same “look and feel” for each application.
Allow Business Units to set their unique requirements.
$30,000 Salary & Benefits
Vacant Position in Permits Section
No Overtime or Temporary’s Hired for last two IRP Renewal Seasons
Reduction in phone calls to permit office
Eliminate mail / fax cost for permits
Reduction in data entry and error correction
Annualized savings estimate of over $60,000
Motor Carrier Permits (July 2001)
KCC/SSRS Authority (October 2001)
IRP Supplements (August 2002)
IFTA Renewals (October 2002)
IRP Renewals (December 2002)
IFTA Quarterly Filings (July 2003)
KCC Adds, Deletes & Transfers (September 2003)
Oversize/Overweight Permits (Est. July 2004)