BMV Commissioner Plans December Resignation
October 15, 2013 — Indiana’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner R. Scott Waddell says today he is leaving that position at the beginning of December.
In his resignation announcement, Waddell says, “… 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.”
Waddell said that during his time at the BMV initiatives such as just-in-time license plate procurement and more responsive phone inquiries occurred, along with upgrade of the myBMV.com website and overall branch visit times of less than 15 minutes.
He says, “However, as with all things, my time is nearing an end with the BMV. Effective December 2, 2013, I voluntarily submit my resignation to Governor Pence.”