Geographic base file systems, Mass appraisal techniques
CAMA databases are used by practically every government entity that collects property taxes. They typically contain an enormous amount of data and, for this reason along, often contain errors that can result in lost revenue. By merging a CAMA database with GIS parcel coverage, a tax appraiser or GIS technician can visualize the CAMA data in a way that was never before possible. Visualizing CAMA data in map form brings many of the mistakes to the forefront.
Rupert, Chad and Nolan, Jimmy
"Troubleshooting your CAMA data with GIS,"
Assessment Journal: Vol. 9:
6, Article 1.
Available at: https://researchexchange.iaao.org/assessment_journal/vol9/iss6/1