The contract for the DMV's statewide computer upgrade allow for financial penalties to be imposed on the company, but Kansas officials said they do not plan to take that road.
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas is renegotiating its contract with the company that supplied the state with its new motor vehicle system.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the state's contract with the company, 3M, was supposed to end Friday. But Kansas Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan said the state has a list of changes it wants made to the system before signing off on the contract.
Since the state launched the new $40 million motor vehicle system May 9 many county treasurers' offices have complained about problems with the system that tie up their clerks and increase the amount of time it takes to process customers.
Jordan said the state is working with 3M to clean up the issues. He says his main goal is to make the system "even faster."
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