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Friday, February 27 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Luncheon - with Keynote Speaker Paul Ramsey

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  • Welcome  
               Tim Johnson

  • Presentation of G. Herbert Stout Awards for Innovative Student Papers  
               Kevin Locklear, NC Property Mappers Association

  • Remarks from the State Chief Information Officer  
               Chris Estes, Chief Information Officer, State of North Carolina

  • Remarks from the Geographic Information Coordinating Council  
               Stan Duncan, Chair, GICC

  • Keynote Address  
               Paul Ramsey, Solutions Architect, CartoDB
      Join us as Paul gives a quick tour of the history of open source software, and some compelling reasons to explore it in your organization.


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Stan Duncan

County Assessor/Collector, Henderson County Tax Office
Stan C. Duncan, serves as the Henderson County, NC, Assessor and Tax Collector, and was appointed Chair of the NC Geographic Information Coordinating Council by NC Governor, Pat McCrory in May 2013.  Prior to becoming the Henderson County Assessor in 2003, he served for over 20 years as a liaison between the NC Department of Revenue’s Property Tax Division and local units of government in all phases of ad valorem tax administration.
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Chris Estes

State Chief Information Officer (CIO), State of North Carolina
Chris Estes was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory as North Carolina’s State Chief Information Officer in January of 2013. As a member of the Governor’s executive team, he provides oversight of information technology projects and manages IT operations for state agencies. Chris and his leadership team are executing the state’s strategy... Read More →
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Tim Johnson

Director, NC Center for Geographic Information and Analysis
Tim is the Director of the North Carolina Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (NC CGIA). NC CGIA is the lead state agency for GIS under the NC Department of Information Technology. He manages agency operations and provides staff support to the NC Geographic Information Coordinating Council (GICC), a legislatively established body that guides GIS implementation in North Carolina. Tim has been with NC CGIA for 28 years, serving as... Read More →
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Kevin Locklear

Property Mapping Supervisor, Wake County GIS
Kevin is the 2015 President of the North Carolina Property Mappers Association.  He has served on the NCPMA executive committee as Treasurer, Secretary, Vice President and President Elect.  Kevin has also served on various committees throughout the organization including chairing program committee in 2010. Kevin has worked in the GIS field for 18 years specializing in Property Mapping.  He was employed with the Durham County Tax... Read More →
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Paul Ramsey

Solutions Architect, CartoDB
Paul Ramsey is a Solutions Architect at Cartodb. He has been working with geospatial software for over a decade: consulting to government and industry; building a geospatial software company; and programming on open source. He founded the PostGIS spatial database project in 2001, and is currently an active developer and member of the project steering committee. In 2008, Paul received the Sol Katz Award for achievement in open source geospatial... Read More →

Friday February 27, 2015 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Ballroom C

Attendees (125)