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21st GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference
March 6-9, 2017
Chattanooga, Tennessee

Join us for comprehensive education, networking, and professional development. URISA and the IAAO partner together to provide a conference that assists assessment and appraisal professionals in visualizing how they can work more effectively through the use of technology.  Join us March 6-9, 2017 for the 21st annual conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Thursday, March 9 • 7:30am - 8:30am
GIS/CAMA Conference Committee Meeting

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Interested in participating as an active member of the 2018 GIS/CAMA Conference planning committee?

Attend this meeting to get the scoop and volunteer! We need volunteers to help with abstract review, session development and programming needs. A monthly conference call and on-site planning meeting (Houston, September) will facilitate the process. 

The 2018 conference will take place March 19-22 in Houston.

A continental breakfast will be provided. 

Moderators
avatar for Dan Cypert, RES

Dan Cypert, RES

Division Administrator - Ratio Studies, Arkansas Assessment Coordination Department
Mainly responsible for performing ratio studies on the 75 counties in Arkansas once they complete their reappraisal projects to ensure that they are in compliance with state standards. Previously, was the Chief Deputy Assessor at Washington County, Arkansas. Currently serve on the GIS/CAMA Conference Content committee and IAAO's Chapters and Affiliates committee.
avatar for Rachel Parrinello, GISP

Rachel Parrinello, GISP

Sr Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Boulder County (Colorado) Assessor
I like making sense of complicated CAMA data and teaching others. My goal is to understand complex CAMA data relationships, to create efficient and repeatable data mining processes for large CAMA datasets with new products for our Assessor's Office, and to use GIS as a tool for better understanding the spatial meaning and patterns within our CAMA data.


Thursday March 9, 2017 7:30am - 8:30am
Room 7

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