Baker administration officials have provided lawmakers with at least two new batches of documents related to the Registry of Motor Vehicles scandal in the wake of a searing letter committee chairmen sent last week hinting at subpoenas if their requests were not met.

Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack told reporters Tuesday that her department turned over one batch of information last Wednesday, a day after the letter, and a second on Friday.

"We are in communication with staff of the committee and it is our intention to produce the documents they've asked for as quickly as we can," Pollack said.

Rep. William Straus and Sen. Joseph Boncore, co-chairs of the Joint Committee on Transportation, sent Pollack a letter last week slamming the administration for not providing scores of key documents and internal emails they believe are key to understanding the RMV's record-keeping failures.

They wrote that they were "losing confidence in the Administration's willingness to cooperate fully," and hinted that, if they did not get full compliance soon, they may seek legislative approval to issue subpoenas.

In a Monday email, Straus told the News Service that the committee received two "partial responses" and are anticipating additional documents.

"A cover letter from the Secretary last week, indicates an intended full compliance date by August 23," he said.

Boncore could not be reached for comment Tuesday.