ATLANTA (AP) - Department of Driver Services officials say they've upgraded security on the agency's public computer system at some locations to allow customers to securely print information required under new federal homeland security requirements.

Commissioner Rob Mikell says he expects the upgrade to provide a more secure setting for customers to print personal documents and could eliminate the need for a second trip to the DDS office.

Officials say the new system will let customers fax, mail or upload necessary personal information instead of doing so in person.

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