Head of the Customer Focus Group for the DVLA, Kevin Rees, said, "We want to get out there and discover what your needs are.
If changes are made, there could be benefits for all concerned.
Presenting a keynote presentation at the Local Digital's DVLA Discovery Day, it was made clear by Mr Rees
that the driving organisation wants to do more to ensure costs are kept down and the flow of data is made more seamless.
This may not only help local councils, but motorists too, with both traditional registration and private reg holders, benefiting from the outcomes.
At the event, councils from across the nation met with the DVLA
to discuss how future collaboration and possible changes could improve efficiency for both sides.
Many of the councils present suggested that they'd be most helped by a system allowing them to easily exchange vehicle related data.
An application could help align local and central government data, reducing the burdens of the licence renewal process, the enforcement of chasing unpaid parking fines and helping with parking permit administration.
explained to delegates that, "we want to be the digital centre of excellence for government.
As was suggested by Mr Rees
, streamlining processes and reducing costs could have a positive outcome, not only for government departments, but the general driving public too.