We are proud to announce the 12th
Annual Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC)
Conference entitled "IT Means Business”. MISAC will present an
informative and educational conference, including vendor exhibits, October
6-9, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey. MISAC has built a solid
reputation for providing high-quality educational and networking opportunities
for public sector Information Technology professionals in the annual
conferences and this year we will continue that tradition.
If you are a knowledgeable and
articulate subject matter expert willing to share your insights and real-world
experience, you are invited to submit a proposal today. Please note, we are
looking for all types of topics including those given by Special Districts,
security and forensic specialists, business continuity specialists, etc. We
would like to have a security and/or Special District track in order to be sure
that we cover the interests of all members.
submission deadline: June 15, 2013.
Expected MISAC reply to submission: July 1.
Expected final notification: between September 1 and September 15.
Any submissions after
June 15 may be considered depending upon the total number and quality of
entries received, but will get lower priority than those submitted on time.
Proposals should be geared
towards a specific technology or topic of interest and not be primarily sales
or marketing driven. Proposals covering member interests will be given
priority. Proposal submittals can be posted here: https://www.misac.org/?page=Conference_Proposals and a
listing of interests can be found here: https://www.misac.org/?Conference_Interests.
Proposals should be submitted
as a document (DOC or PDF) via this page and include the following information:
Contact person for the
presentation (name, email address, telephone number – only used to contact you
regarding the proposal and not for conference publication)
Session abstract/synopsis (100-300 word description focusing on
main ideas of the session).
First/last names of speaker(s).
Job title(s) of speaker(s).
Biography of each speaker.
Audiovisual needs for session.
Internet access needs for session.
A cleanly edited (check for spelling and typos) proposal
conforming to all of the guidelines above will be given priority.
MISAC does not pay per diem,
honoraria, or expenses.
MISAC membership and/or
purchasing vendor booth exhibit space and/or paying fees to submit a proposal
are not required.
documentation (PowerPoint, etc.) will be required prior to final approval
Your proposal may be
rejected if any one of the guidelines shown above are not followed.