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Schedule for Thursday, June 20, 2024

*Schedule is tentative at this time and session days/times may be adjusted until finalized.

6:30 am
7:00 am
7:30 am
8:00 am
8:30 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
10:00 am
10:30 am
11:00 am
11:30 am
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2:30 pm
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5:00 pm
5:30 pm
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11:00 pm
GIS Track 1 - Dallas Room
GIS Track 1 - Dallas Room
5K Fun Run/3K Walk
6:30 am - 8:00 am

Meet in the Sheraton Lobby to carpool to the race location.

Join us bright and early Thursday morning for a Fun Run or Walk. We will meet at 6:30 am (it’s not that early-the sun will be up!) to carpool to the Clive Greenbelt Trail just a couple of minutes away. The run & walk will be held concurrently on the paved trail along the creek in the woods. Light refreshments will be provided after the event, and we plan to have everybody back in plenty of time to clean up before the first morning session begins at 9 am.

Prizes will go to the first place male and female runners and walkers!

Please sign up through the conference registration. There are no additional costs to participate.

Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

Announcements

Announcements in the Ballroom.

Communicating GIS Value
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Learn about how you can effectively demonstrate and communicate the value that GIS brings to your organization. This session is intended to support GIS Managers and GIS professionals who want to grow and expand the impact and influence of GIS in their organization.
• Identify decision makers and spur investment in GIS.
• Get the right people motivated to adopt new GIS capabilities.
• Communicate GIS ideas effectively for successful implementation.

Presenter: Matt Hoehn - ESRI
Matt has been a part of the Esri local government team since 2018, where he supports organizations throughout the mid-west. Prior to his career with Esri, Matt has worked for state, and federal government where he was the Civilian GIS Manger for the Naval District Washington PSAP, and spent 10 years as a private GIS consultant for 911 and emergency management operations. Originally from Virginia, Matt relocated to Missouri in 2017. He is an avid outdoorsman, and enjoys hiking, and going on adventures with his wife and 3 children.

Break

Asset Replacement: Estimated Failure Rate

An overview of our process to replace primary underground electric cables. Utilizing existing data within our GIS and a MPW engineer’s review of industry expectations, we provide planners with an Estimated Failure Rate and estimated expenses for repair or replacement, along with a system status dashboard for managers. Starts with a description of the initial program before touching on a bit of python code and exploring GIS solutions for planners and managers. Concludes with initial results and future actions.

Presenter: Gabriel Jones - GISP - Muscatine Power & Water
Gabriel came to Iowa for a GIS Programmer position five years ago. Prior to Muscatine Power & Water, he worked five years for a company in Louisville, Kentucky largely on a gas cross-bore project and before that, four years at a property assessor’s office. Gabriel is married to his lovely wife, Terri, and they have two cats.

TraCS and MACH - Integrating GIS and Using Geolocation
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

MACH over the years has undergone many enhancements, one that continues to be worked on is the recent ESRI map control integration. Attendees will learn about ESRI use in MACH and future plans.

Traffic and Criminal Software (TraCS) too has experienced it's fair share of enhancements over the years including the ability to produce ad-hoc reports and export data and GIS files for use in MACH or other GIS applications.

Presenter: Josh Halterman - IDoT - TraCS/MACH
Josh has experience with multiple levels of Law enforcement data collection and use. Josh spent 13 years as a Police Officer where he gravitated to specializing in technology and applications used by Law Enforcement. Josh then spent 7 years as an Agency Support Specialist with the Department of Transportation. Finally Josh was promoted to Program Manager and has spent the last 10 years as the Iowa TraCS and MACH Program Manager as well as serving as the National Model Program Manager.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

IGIC Meeting
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

The IGIC Board will hold a meeting in the Polk Room. All IGIC members (or just IGIC curious) are encouraged to attend.

Remote Sensing for Underwater Search and Recovery Operations
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

As a member of the Ventura Fire Department, I have had the privilege to build out and deploy a recovery vessel equipped with Humminbird sonar technology to assist with search and recovery efforts of drowning victims. This presentation will highlight that technology and provide case studies of it in action across Iowa.

Presenter: Jim Sholly

ArcGIS Online and Asset Management
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm

ArcGIS Online is an invaluable platform to help municipalities manage their assets at any scale that fits their organizational needs. Its flexible configuration for user preferences allows all departments to utilize the tools to manage assets ranging from utilities, parks and recreation, and transportation. Mr. Wong will showcase several examples from several municipalities of approaches to manage a variety of assets and special projects within ArcGIS Online, focusing on collecting and reporting on operational data such as asset condition and maintenance. ESRI’s new Experience Builder application is a crucial new facet to understand when beginning or maintaining an ArcGIS platform and Mr. Wong will discuss his experiences with Experience Builder migrations for existing GIS users, as well as advantages and challenges.

Presenter: Calvin Wong
Calvin Wong is a GIS Solutions Specialist with MSA Professional Services in the Ankeny, Iowa office. Calvin specializes in deploying and developing customized asset management for communities across the Midwest utilizing ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise, and ArcGIS Pro. Within MSA’s GIS Team, Calvin leads the efforts for Experience Builder adoption and development, as well as ArcGIS Pro best practices.

Utilizing LiDAR Data to Extract 3D Models of Trees for Urban Microclimate Analysis

Urban microclimates are embedded in interconnected systems where even small changes can significantly impact energy use and environmental conditions. Trees are one element that can substantially regulate urban microclimates by casting shadows, conducting evapotranspiration, and providing natural filtration of pollutants. Trees also play a role in modifying wind speed and direction, which also influences the microclimate. Variations in the percent of tree cover in different urban areas can create unique microclimates on a neighborhood scale. The lack of datasets detailing the characteristics of trees in urban settings limits researchers’ ability to assess their role in microclimate conditions. To address this, we proposed a framework based on use of Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) point clouds data and integrating them using a 4-layer dense neural network to classify the points within the LIDAR data. Unlike conventional methods reliant on costly aerial surveys or drones, this approach is based on publicly available LiDAR data, which facilitates the generation of precise 3D models of urban trees at the scale of a whole city. Our research focuses on urban environments, where individual tree canopies often don’t overlap with other trees. Using LiDAR data to create accurate 3-D tree models helps us better understand their spatial distribution within the city as well as their structural characteristics. This information will enable us to estimate shadow and evapotranspiration effects of trees more precisely, contributing to a more accurate assessment of the microclimate in urban neighborhoods. Keywords: LIDAR, Tree, Machine Learning, Microclimate

Presenter: Sedigheh Ghiasi
Sedigheh Ghiasi is an urban energy modeler with a PhD in Environmental Science from Iowa State University. She specializes in applying GIS and remote sensing technologies, particularly LiDAR data, to enhance urban planning and environmental sustainability. Sedi's interdisciplinary work bridges gaps between urban energy modeling and ecological data, aiming to improve the precision of urban infrastructure planning. Committed to collaborative solutions, she has contributed to various academic and community initiatives to promote sustainable urban development.

Exhibitor Break & Drawings

Afternoon Break in the Ballroom

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Happy Hour & Costume Contest
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

ITAG Banquet & Awards
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Ballroom

ITAG Banquet in the Ballroom

Evening Entertainment
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ballroom

The “Jonathan May Show” is a unique Comedy Magic show!

After Hours
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Rooms will be open and available for a networking and fun after the evening Banquet & Entertainment. Bring your own games, beverage, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

GIS Track 2 - Shelby Room
GIS Track 2 - Shelby Room
5K Fun Run/3K Walk
6:30 am - 8:00 am

Meet in the Sheraton Lobby to carpool to the race location.

Join us bright and early Thursday morning for a Fun Run or Walk. We will meet at 6:30 am (it’s not that early-the sun will be up!) to carpool to the Clive Greenbelt Trail just a couple of minutes away. The run & walk will be held concurrently on the paved trail along the creek in the woods. Light refreshments will be provided after the event, and we plan to have everybody back in plenty of time to clean up before the first morning session begins at 9 am.

Prizes will go to the first place male and female runners and walkers!

Please sign up through the conference registration. There are no additional costs to participate.

Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

Announcements

Announcements in the Ballroom.

Statewide Indoor GIS Mapping of K12 Schools for Safety & Security
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Indoor Maps help save lives when the right people have access to the right data at the right time. GeoComm partnered with the Department of Education to implement Iowa’s Critical Incident Mapping program providing GIS indoor maps of schools with key information needed by school safety authorities, public safety agencies, and law enforcement for reducing 9-1-1 emergency response times. This presentation will highlight GIS based workflows leveraging a plethora of Esri technology (Field Maps, ArcGIS Hub, Experience Builder, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Dashboards) used throughout the project involving over 1400 Iowa schools!

Presenter: Noah Kremer - GeoComm
Noah Kremer is a GIS Technician II at GeoComm where he works on the GIS Indoor Mapping team. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Science with an emphasis on Unmanned Aerial Systems. Throughout his career, he has worked for a city public works department doing GIS tasks and city and county GIS consulting. Noah has contributed to many aspects of the Iowa Critical Incident Mapping project since he started his career at GeoComm.

Break

Change Your Life with Power Automate

In our current world where the digital revolution is in full swing with data stored digitally and software systems that communicate with each other, we have the ability to streamline workflows and make them more efficient using automations. This webinar will highlight some of those techniques in regards to GIS workflows and discuss their basic functionality and use cases, then outline some real-world examples of workflows that were enhanced using those techniques.

Presenter: Hunter Ray
Mr. Ray brings over 11 years of GIS experience to his role as Director of Technical Services at Cloudpoint Geospatial. He earned his Master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2020. Mr. Ray is instrumental in guiding Cloudpoint's clients through implementing and troubleshooting ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise.
His expertise extends to data processing, where he oversees QC/QA across a diverse range of projects. He is also well-versed in web and mobile app design and development, along with the latest innovations in GIS automation. He is passionate about leveraging GIS to drive impactful outcomes and improve efficiency.

Using GIS for Research on the Historic Buildings and Grounds of Iowa State University
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

This presentation will describe how geographic information systems, archival photo databases, and historic documents are being used to bring together historical maps, photos, and texts of the planning and building of the Iowa State University campus. Using overlays of historic maps, it shows how the campus has changed over time and highlights how and why the campus has evolved the way it has.

The goals of the project are to locate and compile historic maps (and documentation) of Iowa State University; Georeference ISU maps into a comprehensive historical GIS framework; Analyze the compiled maps – a “where and when” look at the ISU campus; Locate and compile historic photography of ISU buildings and grounds, esp. of those no longer existing; and Analyze photography for precise building location and additional documentation.

The project is being carried out through open-source GIS software (GIS), easily available internet resources, and library archives which will allow duplication for other users who have an interest in doing historic research using GIS and associated tools.

Presenter: Kevin Kane - Iowa State University
Kevin Kane is the Director of the Geographic Information Systems Support and Research Facility at Iowa State University and an adjunct assistant professor in the department of Landscape Architecture. He formerly served as the Associate Dean for Research and Outreach and Associate Director of the Institute for Design Research and Outreach in the College of Design. He has taught GIS Courses at Drake and Iowa State Universities and began his career in GIS as the GIS Coordinator at the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

IGIC Meeting
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

The IGIC Board will hold a meeting in the Polk Room. All IGIC members (or just IGIC curious) are encouraged to attend.

Empowering Everyone with Experience Builder
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

This session empowers attendees of all levels to explore the vast potential of Experience Builder. We’ll start by building a strong foundation through core concepts and functionalities. Next, we’ll provide clear guidelines for users transitioning from Web AppBuilder, ensuring a smooth and efficient switch. Advanced users will then discover valuable tips and trick to tap into Experience Builder’s full creative power. Finally, we’ll conclude with an exciting preview of upcoming enhancements planned for 2024, leaving you equipped to leverage the platform’s future capabilities.

Presenter: Luke Finley - ESRI - State and Local Government Solution Engineer

Building an Open Data Hub
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm

ArcGIS Hub is a community engagement platform that organizes people, data, and tools. It can maximize engagement, communication, collaboration, and data sharing using the ArcGIS Hub initiative-based approach. With ArcGIS Hub, organizations can work together with internal and external stakeholders to track progress, improve outcomes, and share their authoritative data so the community can make better decisions. Join us as we showcase Black Hawk County’s open data hub and the steps taken to build it.

Presenter: Natalie Nunez - GIS Coordinator - Black Hawk County
Co-Presenter: Al Yu - IT Director - Black Hawk County

Exhibitor Break & Drawings

Afternoon Break in the Ballroom

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Happy Hour & Costume Contest
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

ITAG Banquet & Awards
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Ballroom

ITAG Banquet in the Ballroom

Evening Entertainment
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ballroom

The “Jonathan May Show” is a unique Comedy Magic show!

After Hours
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Rooms will be open and available for a networking and fun after the evening Banquet & Entertainment. Bring your own games, beverage, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

ESRI - Hands on Learning Lab - Hancock Room
ESRI - Hands on Learning Lab - Hancock Room
5K Fun Run/3K Walk
6:30 am - 8:00 am

Meet in the Sheraton Lobby to carpool to the race location.

Join us bright and early Thursday morning for a Fun Run or Walk. We will meet at 6:30 am (it’s not that early-the sun will be up!) to carpool to the Clive Greenbelt Trail just a couple of minutes away. The run & walk will be held concurrently on the paved trail along the creek in the woods. Light refreshments will be provided after the event, and we plan to have everybody back in plenty of time to clean up before the first morning session begins at 9 am.

Prizes will go to the first place male and female runners and walkers!

Please sign up through the conference registration. There are no additional costs to participate.

Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

Announcements

Announcements in the Ballroom.

ESRI Hands on Learning Lab
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Rick Zellmer

Break

ESRI Hands on Learning Lab
10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Instructor: Rick Zellmer

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

IGIC Meeting
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

The IGIC Board will hold a meeting in the Polk Room. All IGIC members (or just IGIC curious) are encouraged to attend.

ESRI Hands on Learning Lab
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Instructor: Rick Zellmer

Exhibitor Break & Drawings

Afternoon Break in the Ballroom

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Happy Hour & Costume Contest
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

ITAG Banquet & Awards
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Ballroom

ITAG Banquet in the Ballroom

Evening Entertainment
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ballroom

The “Jonathan May Show” is a unique Comedy Magic show!

After Hours
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Rooms will be open and available for a networking and fun after the evening Banquet & Entertainment. Bring your own games, beverage, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

IT Track 1 - Polk Room
IT Track 1 - Polk Room
5K Fun Run/3K Walk
6:30 am - 8:00 am

Meet in the Sheraton Lobby to carpool to the race location.

Join us bright and early Thursday morning for a Fun Run or Walk. We will meet at 6:30 am (it’s not that early-the sun will be up!) to carpool to the Clive Greenbelt Trail just a couple of minutes away. The run & walk will be held concurrently on the paved trail along the creek in the woods. Light refreshments will be provided after the event, and we plan to have everybody back in plenty of time to clean up before the first morning session begins at 9 am.

Prizes will go to the first place male and female runners and walkers!

Please sign up through the conference registration. There are no additional costs to participate.

Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

Announcements

Announcements in the Ballroom.

Arctic Wolf: Ending Cyber Risk for Counties
9:00 am - 10:00 am
A Presentation of Arctic Wolf and how it helps to end the cyber risks for customers.

Presenter:Ben Bitterman (Vice President of Commercial Sales)
Arctic Wolf: Ending Cyber Risk for Counties


IT leaders understand the importance of assessing risk within their organizations and helping with risk mitigation – We like to help our customers understand their Total Risk
•We believe our solution is uniquely positioned to help with this by delivering purpose built technology – We Own, Operate and Integrate into your existing tech stack….AND Extend the capabilities of our customers IT staff by pairing them with Extraordinary Talent – 24x7 Triage team with one of the largest security operations in the world with over 600 Security professionals – To help mitigate risk.

•No one can mitigate risk completely, which is why most organizations have invested in Cyber Insurance – We help augment those capabilities by providing a Warranty that backs our solution that helps financially cover our customers in the event of any incident.

Break

The Risk of Dangling DNS

Kyle Phillips

Kyle manages the Security Operations Center for the State of Iowa Department of Management Division of Information Technology and has a 23-year history of cyber security and information technology work for the State.


DNS records that are out of date can pose a risk to security because it can give threat actors an opportunity to take over trusted domains.

Earlier this year, Phillips researched current and past domains for all 99 Iowa counties and identified domains that are potentially at risk.

In this presentation, Phillips covers the threat of out-of-date domain records, and provides an overview of his research results.

Microsoft 365 MFA & Conditional Access - Eric Guth
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

IGIC Meeting
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

The IGIC Board will hold a meeting in the Polk Room. All IGIC members (or just IGIC curious) are encouraged to attend.

OCIO - TBD
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

CISA - Secure Cloud Business Applications (SCuBA) Project
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Secure Cloud Business Applications (SCuBA) project provides guidance and capabilities to secure agencies’ cloud business application environments and protect federal information that is created, accessed, shared and stored in those environments.

SCuBA will help secure Federal Civilian Executive Branch (FCEB) information assets stored within cloud environments through consistent, effective, modern, and manageable security configurations.

The SCuBA protection can be applied to Microsoft 365 (M365) and Google Workspaces (GWS) to provide easily adoptable recommendations that complement each agency’s unique requirements and risk tolerance levels as well as include automation features to assist agencies in rapidly assessing their M365 and GWS services.

Exhibitor Break & Drawings

Afternoon Break in the Ballroom

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Happy Hour & Costume Contest
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

ITAG Banquet & Awards
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Ballroom

ITAG Banquet in the Ballroom

Evening Entertainment
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ballroom

The “Jonathan May Show” is a unique Comedy Magic show!

After Hours
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Rooms will be open and available for a networking and fun after the evening Banquet & Entertainment. Bring your own games, beverage, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

IT Track 2 - Woodbury Room
IT Track 2 - Woodbury Room
5K Fun Run/3K Walk
6:30 am - 8:00 am

Meet in the Sheraton Lobby to carpool to the race location.

Join us bright and early Thursday morning for a Fun Run or Walk. We will meet at 6:30 am (it’s not that early-the sun will be up!) to carpool to the Clive Greenbelt Trail just a couple of minutes away. The run & walk will be held concurrently on the paved trail along the creek in the woods. Light refreshments will be provided after the event, and we plan to have everybody back in plenty of time to clean up before the first morning session begins at 9 am.

Prizes will go to the first place male and female runners and walkers!

Please sign up through the conference registration. There are no additional costs to participate.

Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

Announcements

Announcements in the Ballroom.

Hyperconverged Infrastructure for State and Local Government Abstract:
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Title: Hyperconverged Infrastructure for State and Local Government Abstract:

Workshop Description Municipal institutions like governments, government agencies, and other public entities are adopting hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) at a rapidly increasing rate to reduce IT costs. Infrastructure, including servers, storage, virtualization, and disaster recovery can be complex using traditional methods. Scale Computing is often the HCI solution of choice to replace traditional solutions because it meets the needs of these public sector organizations with greater ease and at the lowest cost.
Scale Computing SC// software eliminates the need for traditional IT silos of virtualization software, disaster recovery software, servers, and shared storage, replacing these with a fully integrated, highly available platform for running applications. Using patented Hyper- CoreTM technology, the SC// self-healing platform automatically identifies, mitigates, and corrects problems in the infrastructure in real time, enabling applications to achieve maximum uptime even when local IT resources and staff are scarce.:

Presenter: Alan Conboy, Field Chief Technology Officer


Presenters Bio: A thought leader in Hyperconvergence technology, Alan is a 30 year industry veteran and a technology evangelist who specializes in designing, prototyping, selling, and implementing disruptive storage and virtualization technologies. At Scale Computing, Alan helped build the worldwide presence of Scale Computing Platform (formerly, HC3). He designed and created the proof of concept, and then prototyped an industry-changing virtualization solution that conjoined virtualization, compute, high-availability and storage into Scale Computing's clustered solution. This was developed into Scale Computing’s Platform and the industry term "Hyperconvergence" was coined to describe it.


IPAC Software Update
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Presenter: Tammy Norman & IPAC Team Members

    Election Setup - Tammy Norman
  • Pulling data from IVOTERS
  • Setup of election
  • Testing of Election Setup
Hardware Setup - IPAC Team Member(s)
  • Hardware Prep
  • How to update software on laptops
  • How to sync election onto primary laptops
  • Primary/Secondary(ies) setup
After Election - Tammy Norman and IPAC Team Member(s)
  • How to sync election data back to server
Hardware and Software Security - Dylan Young and IPAC Team Member(s)
  • BitLocker Encryption
  • Windows Passwords
  • Software Security

Break

What Automated License Plate Recognition Solutions Can Do for You
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter: Tom Schmied

Baycom's Tom Schmied has been worked with technology solutions for over 30-years, the last 5-years being dedicated to municipalities and counties to provide mobile and IoT hardware solutions.

Co-presenters: Nathan Ruthland

Baycom's Nathan Ruhland has a career at Genetec providing and supporting video evidence management, physical access management and license plate recognition (LPR) solutions.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

IGIC Meeting
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

The IGIC Board will hold a meeting in the Polk Room. All IGIC members (or just IGIC curious) are encouraged to attend.

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Exhibitor Break & Drawings

Afternoon Break in the Ballroom

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Happy Hour & Costume Contest
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

ITAG Banquet & Awards
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Ballroom

ITAG Banquet in the Ballroom

Evening Entertainment
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Ballroom

The “Jonathan May Show” is a unique Comedy Magic show!

After Hours
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Rooms will be open and available for a networking and fun after the evening Banquet & Entertainment. Bring your own games, beverage, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.