Phillip LaPlante, Ph.D. – Recipient of the Academic Achievement Award for contributions to the field of Data Warehousing and Software Engineering. This award is given to a member from academia for outstanding research, or theoretical or applied contributions in the areas encompassed by IRM/DRM.
Daniel Moody, Ph.D. – Recipient of the DAMA Community Award for contributions to DAMA Australia and DAMA International over many years. This award is given to a member of the DAMA community going beyond the call of normal volunteer service to enhance the IRM/DRM discipline by providing exceptional benefits to the DAMA community.
Daniel Paolini – Recipient of the Government Achievement Award for contributions to advancing data and information management and architecture in state government. This award is given to a member of the leadership populace within any governmental agency, department or other governmental entity for instituting the inclusion and adherence to DRM/IRM principles within government.
Michael F. Jennings – Recipient of the Professional Achievement Award for significant contributions to the fields of enterprise information management and data governance. This award is given to a leader in the data management discipline who has made significant, demonstrable contributions to the IRM/DRM field.
The awards are international, given the worldwide reach of data and information management, and the international focus of DAMA and its chapters.
The DAMA Individual Achievement Awards program has a key goal of raising the awareness of data management’s leaders in each category, recognizing their valuable contributions to the profession. As part of the program award winners will be highlighted in articles published in leading data management journals, appropriate newspapers and on the DAMA International website, ensuring that the work of DAMA International and its chapters will receive increased visibility.
Some previous winners of the awards include William Inmon, Christopher Date, David Marco and John Zachman in the Professional category; Richard Wang, John Talburt and Peter Aiken in the Academic category; and individual achievement winners such as Barbara von Halle, Ronald Ross and Clive Finkelstein.
Upcoming DAMA News & Conferences summarized below. For more information, visit www.dama.org.
DAMA-DMBOK 2 News
DAMA Discounted Conferences for DAMA Members
Websites for these conferences:
- Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2013
- Business Process Management Conference Europe 2013
- Data Governance and Information Quality Conference
DAMA International is a not-for-profit, vendor independent association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices for data resource management and enterprise information. The primary purpose of DAMA International is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing data and information to support business strategies. DAMA International has chapters and members throughout the world.
- DAMA membership provides you with a network of data management professionals who share ideas and solutions to some of the most difficult issues in data management.
- DAMA Chapters provide cost-effective and local on-going training hours that can apply to re-certification requirements by the Institute for Computing Professionals for Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP) and Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP) designations.
- Chapter members receive vendor and training discounts provided to DAMA International by selected vendors and publishers.
- Chapters may bulk purchase DAMA International products such as the DAMA Dictionary and the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge at discounted rates at DAMA-DMBOK.
If you are interested in data management, we want to meet you and help you grow in your chosen profession! To find a local DAMA chapter, go to the main website at www.dama.org and select Chapter.