DAMA International (DAMA-I) is pleased to announce the world's largest vendor-neutral data management event, the 16th Annual DAMA International Symposium and 8th Annual Wilshire Meta-Data Conference, May 2nd to May 6th, 2004, in Los Angeles, California. This year's event has been expanded to cover nearly every topic of interest to today's information management professional, from novices to senior information technology (IT) managers to knowledge- workers.

The program includes seven full-conference tracks, including a new combined track on technology and interaction between the business and IT, 10 preconference workshops, 10 full-day tutorials, night school sessions, user group meetings and a review class for ICCP. This year, we also have a special offering of consulting skills and IT management seminars scheduled after the conference. Some of the conference topics this year include the business focus of data, return on investment in data, consulting skills for data professionals, managing IT professionals, business-focused data modeling, data stewardship, meta data success stories, data quality, data architecture, XML, impact of legislation such as Sarbanes-Oxley on data management, business rules, data standards, data warehousing, reference data, agile methodology, business intelligence, business rules, enterprise architecture, new methodologies and technologies, and numerous presentations on data and process modeling. We also have a record number of success stories from corporate practitioners.

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