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Welcome to the 2015 IPMA Forum

The IPMA Forum is a special event this year. We have a great opening keynote speaker in Doug Robinson from NASCIO. You will find a lot of original content in the agenda including some items that have never been discussed in an open session before. We have significantly increased the involvement of State employees in the program, giving them an opportunity to share their experiences and expertise.

There are 46 vendor booths on the first day, several of which are new to the Forum. There are 36 breakout session and cyber-security tops the subject list with seven sessions.

There is something for everyone at the Forum again this year – for IT Managers, Program Managers, IT Security Analysts, Application Developers, Contract and Procurement Specialists, and Records Managers.

The tracks this year are Technical Skills, Interpersonal Skills, and Managing for Results. Each one will offer you a variety of topics that we hope will leave you enlightened and motivated.
Forum is going green again this year. All the details will be available from the IPMA web site. Please look for a link to the online Forum brochure and use your mobile device to browse the schedule while at the Forum.

We are asking that all attendees pre-register for the Forum and the admission fee for this event is the donation of one canned food item, which will go to the Thurston and Mason County Food Banks.

Thank you for attending this year’s Forum.