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Welcome to the 20th Anniversary GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference presented by the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) and the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA). Join us for comprehensive education, networking, and professional development.
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Wednesday, February 24 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Making Good Choices: Enormous Projects = Enormous Experience

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Level: Intermediate
Room: Scarbrough 3-4, Lobby Level

This track incorporates first-hand experience and honest advice from two of the country’s leading assessment offices:  Jefferson County, Kentucky, and Harris County, Texas. Jefferson County staff will discuss what they have learned when choosing supporting applications and services such as imagery, sketches, mobile data, permitting, and GIS/CAMA software.  Harris County, will discuss its parcel data migration to the ESRI parcel fabric model, while highlighting lessons learned and challenges faced.  Attend these sessions to learn from assessment world experts who know the questions to ask when integrating GIS and CAMA tools.

Moderator: Rachel Parrinello, GISP

  • On the Importance of Being Earnest
    Tony Lindauer, CKA, Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator, State of Kentucky, Louisville, KY
    Alex Hepp, Pictometry, Rochester, NY
  • Implementing Parcel Fabric in Houston, Texas
    Karen Terry, GISP, GIS Mapping Supervisor, Harris County Appraisal District, Houston, TX

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Rachel Parrinello, GISP

Senior Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Boulder County Sheriff's Office
Preparing for NG911 in the world of GIS

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Karen Terry, GISP

GIS Mapping Supervisor, Harris County Appraisal District
Karen Terry, GISP, A+, Network +, has been in and around the world of GIS for 25 years. She was a pioneer in the world of GPS (Global Positioning Systems), having worked for Trimble in the mid 1990s, and then for herself as a private consultant and GIS/GPS Instructor for 12 years... Read More →
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Alex Hepp

Director - Assessment, Pictometry
Alex has worked for the Pictometry Government Solutions Group for the past nine years.  In his current role as the Director of Assessment his primary responsibilities include handling all products/services that Pictometry offers for Assessor’s, new product development, partner... Read More →
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Tony Lindauer

Property Valuation Administrator, Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator
I was elected in 2006 and am serving my 3rd term as PVA. I have a BA in English from the University of Louisville and a Teaching Certificate from Spalding University. Before being elected, I was an award-winning general contractor in restoration of historic homes and buildings and... Read More →

Wednesday February 24, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am EST
Scarbrough 3-4, Lobby Level