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Tuesday, October 20 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
State Custodianship of CadNSDI - the Cat’s Meow? - AICP/CM Approved 1.5

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The Cadastral components of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), referred to as the CadNSDI, are the core elements of cadastral information that provide the framework for building and using cadastral (land records) information statewide. This breakout session will provide an overview of CadNSDI efforts around the country, followed by a focus on the State of Montana’s efforts to assume state custodianship of their cadastral data. Their innovative approach will look at the technology and coordination efforts.
(Note that these two abstract submissions are being integrated into one session/panel discussion by the speakers.)

Moderator: Keith Blount, GISP, State of Montana, Helena, MT

10:30 AM - 11:15AM
  • Land Records and State Government
    Brent Jones, PE, PLS, Esri, Reston, VA 
11:15 AM - Noon
  • The Nine Lives of the Cat: Takeaways From the Montana CATSPAW Project
    Maya Daurio, Montana State Library, Helena, MT 

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Maya Daurio

GIS Analyst, Montana State Library
Maya is a GIS Analyst with the Montana State Library Geographic Information Program. She has a M.S. in Geography with a Certificate in GIS from the University of Montana.
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Brent Jones

Global Manager, Cadastre/Land Records, Esri
Brent A. Jones, PE, PLS, is the Global Manager, Cadastre/Land Records at Esri where he oversees worldwide strategic industry planning, business development, and marketing activities.  He is actively involved in the modernization of land records in the United States and in international activities designing and building cadastral systems.  Based in Washington DC, he has extensive experience with cadastral and surveying systems worldwide... Read More →



Tuesday October 20, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 1

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