2010 – Austin, Texas

The 33rd IACA Annual Conference was held Sunday, May 23, 2010, through Thursday, May 27, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Austin in Austin, Texas, the "Live Music Capital of the World!"

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Conference Agenda

All of the materials were distributed at the Conference on flash-drives only.

2010 Conference Agenda (Revised 05/18/2010)

Conference Materials

General and Joint Info

The following materials corresponds to the general and joint sessions scheduled for the 2010 IACA Conference in Austin, Texas.

Roll Call of Jurisdictions

Government 2.0 - What Does it Mean for IACA and its Members?

National and International Business Registries and Personal Property Registries

World Bank Group

IACA and the World Bank's International Finance Corporation ("IFC") signed a Memorandum of Understanding on May 27, 2010, which intends to share knowledge, expertise, and best practices on business registration and encourage transparency of Business Register data. If you would like to review a copy of the memorandum, please contact IACA's Board of Directors for assistance.

Together, IACA and IFC shall identify and establish networks of professionals and officials who work in the business registration area; collaborate on promoting and organizing each other’s or joint events; promote new and innovative solutions in the area of business registration and relevant fields; promote cooperation between the activities of IACA and compatible organizations established outside of the IACA jurisdictions; and utilize and leverage their existing resources and facilities for mutually beneficial activities.

World Bank Presentation - New Wave of Reforms: Outsourcing, Learning in Progress

BOS Session

The following material corresponds to the BOS meetings scheduled for the 2010 IACA Conference in Austin, Texas. Please reference the BOS Breakout Session Guide to identify the corresponding materials and speakers for each session.

As a reminder, printed materials will not be provided at the Conference. If you wish to have printed materials with you during the session, IACA encourages you to review the material and print any items of interest in advance.

Harmonization of Business Entity Acts Discussion

Day-to-Day Filing Issues and BOS List Serve Discussions

Legislative Update: For-Benefit Corporations; Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (L3Cs); and Senate Bill 569 (Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act

ITS Session

The following material corresponds to the ITS meetings scheduled for the 2010 IACA Conference in Austin, Texas.

As a reminder, printed materials will not be provided at the Conference. If you wish to have printed materials with you during the session, IACA encourages you to review the material and print any items of interest in advance.

Project Management: Working within the Government Model

Future of the IT Workforce – Making the Most of Generational Differences

Mobile Access: Providing Government Services in a Mobile World

STS Session

The following material corresponds to the STS meetings at the 2010 IACA Conference in Austin, Texas. Please reference the STS Breakout Session Guide to identify the corresponding materials and speakers for each session.

As a reminder, printed materials will not be provided at the Conference. If you wish to have printed materials with you during the session, IACA encourages you to review the material and print any items of interest in advance.

IACA Filing Chart - Guidelines for Acceptance:

Please use the following links to view the filing chart examples:

Update on the NCCUSL Article 9 Revisions: Implications for the Filing Office

What Are My Jurisdiction’s Administrative Rules? How Can We Help Each Other?

Electronic UCC Filings: How Should it be Implemented?

How Do You Handle the Bogus Filer? What Are the Filing Officer’s Responsibilities?

Merit Awards

Congratulations to the 2012 IACA Merit Award Winners! The Merit Award process is an excellent opportunity to showcase your innovations and successes to other jurisdictions that may have common challenges. The Merit Award Application below outlines the criteria applied to each of the 2012 application submissions. The winners were evaluated based upon each project's magnitude of change, time to implement, cost, general appeal, and the overall benefit to customers and to the filing office.

Congratulations to the 2012 Merit Award Winners:

Additional Information

Please use the Jurisdictional Information link on the Site Menu if you would like to access the data recently collected for the 2009 Annual Report of Jurisdictions or the 2010 IACA Directory.

Below is additional information relative to the Conference: