One of the things that I have noted about the Data Management Association International (DAMA-I) over the last several years is the growth that it continues to achieve. This growth can be seen clearly in the number of attendees at conferences and certainly in the strength of the curriculum at those conferences. However, the growth that is more stunning to me is in the recognition DAMA-I has and continues to achieve throughout the information management world.

Recently, I attended a seminar in a state other than my own. The seminar offered discounts to DAMA-I or local DAMA chapter attendees. In the past this was a rarity, but it is becoming more and more commonplace. This should not be stunning, yet it does demonstrate the stature and strength that DAMA-I has achieved. This is most certainly good news for the local chapters.

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