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The Colorado State Title and Registration System (CSTARS) advisory committee was created pursuant to C.R.S. 42-1-211 (4)(a) and consists of seven authorized agents appointed by the Executive Director of the Department of Revenue. The committee members must be county clerk and recorders, the clerk and recorder for the city and county of Broomfield, or the manager of revenue for the city and county of Denver as may be appointed by the mayor to perform functions related to the registration of motor vehicles. The CSTARS Committee have the following responsibilities:
(I) Assist in the development of annual operational plans and budget proposals regarding the Colorado state titling and registration system and the special purpose account;
(II) Give final approval of all plans for the development and operation of the Colorado state titling and registration system and the annual budget and any supplemental budget requests funded by the special purpose account; and
(III) Make presentations with the department to the appropriate legislative committees regarding the use of funds in the special purpose account.
The special fund created in C.R.S. 42-1-211(2) is the Highway Users Tax Fund, which is known as the Colorado state titling and registration account, for purpose of providing funds for the development and operation of the Colorado state titling and registration system.
CSTARS Vision Statement
Sub Committees And Working Groups
County DRIVES Governance Committee
DRIVES Statute Review Working Committee
DRIVES Financial Advisory Working Group
DRIVES System Letters and Forms Working Group
DRIVES Requirements Clarification And Implementation Working Group
DRIVES Future Initiatives Working Group