▶️ Need a driver’s license? Oregon DMV camera system is down


The camera system for the Oregon DMV was down statewide Thursday, meaning any business that requires a photo to be taken was on hold.

Oregon DMV said the problem started mid-day Wednesday.

“Our vendor has been notified and is working to resolve the issue,” a DMV spokesperson said by email. There is no ETA for when the system will be back up.

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The DMV says the outage is not related to the MOVEit data breach which was announced last month.

Transactions that don’t require a photo are still going forward.

In addition, the Prineville DMV office was closed Thursday due to staffing shortages.

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