Brief Session Description

Assessors, especially those in large jurisdictions, collect a lot of data. And while the datasets vary, the common challenge is how to marshal all this data and into useful information, analysis and possible actions. At IAAO 2019, we’re bringing together many of those large jurisdictions and data experts to discuss what kinds of data do Assessors already have, what would they like to have, how can they coordinate and leverage other datasets (such as Census Bureau information) and what are the tools available. King County Assessor John Wilson, who is chairing this IAAO Task Force of Large Jurisdictions, will facilitate the sessions with participation of some of the industry’s leading subject matter experts.

Presentation Category

Emerging Issues

Audience Expertise

General Interest (Appropriate for all experience levels.)

Location

206

Start Date

9-9-2019 9:30 AM

End Date

9-9-2019 11:45 AM

Moderator Name

John Wilson

Appendium Knowledge Area

Collecting and Maintaining Property Data

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Sep 9th, 9:30 AM Sep 9th, 11:45 AM

Large Jurisdictions at IAAO: Data – What you’ve got, what you want, and what to do with it

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Assessors, especially those in large jurisdictions, collect a lot of data. And while the datasets vary, the common challenge is how to marshal all this data and into useful information, analysis and possible actions. At IAAO 2019, we’re bringing together many of those large jurisdictions and data experts to discuss what kinds of data do Assessors already have, what would they like to have, how can they coordinate and leverage other datasets (such as Census Bureau information) and what are the tools available. King County Assessor John Wilson, who is chairing this IAAO Task Force of Large Jurisdictions, will facilitate the sessions with participation of some of the industry’s leading subject matter experts.