JOB ID: Business Analyst 4
Location: Dimondale, MI
Number of positions: 1
This request is for one(1) Business Analyst for the Michigan Department of State to work on the Ignition Interlock Project and the Informix Replacement Project. The first project is the Ignition Interlock Project. Michigan law requires license sanctions for individuals convicted of drunk driving. Certain offenses such as Operating with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level of .17 or higher require a first time offender to install an ignition interlock device prior to receiving a restricted license. If an individual has more than 1 alcohol related driving offense and is classified as an habitual offender (two of more convictions within 7 years, or three or more within 10 years) they cannot have driving privileges restored until a hearing is held and they are approved for restoration by the Administrative Hearings Section (AHS) of the Michigan Department of State.
In order to receive a restricted driver’s license in the above instances the individual must have a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID) installed on any vehicle they intend to drive. The BAIID is a mechanism, like a breathalyzer, installed on a motor vehicle's dashboard. Before the vehicle's motor can be started, the driver first must provide a sample i.e. blow into a handset and if the resultant breath-alcohol concentration analyzed result is greater than .025, the device prevents the engine from being started. Drivers are required to take random tests (sometimes referred to as a rolling test) while operating their automobile as required by...