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Property Writes: Questions & Answers

Aumentum, Blog March 13, 2014

In the Q&A for this month’s Property Writes newsletter, Director Robert Young and CIO John Humphries both of the Maryland Department of Assessment and Taxation (MD DAT), speak about how making information publically available is one way to crowd source information accuracy and quality. They explain that trust in the fairness of property valuation is … Read More

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January 2014 International Indirect Tax Updates

Along with released budget measures for year 2014 many countries have passed legislation or announced a number of changes that have an impact on the VAT rates. These changes are a response to economic and budgetary developments in the particular country. We have summarized the upcoming VAT rate changes with the following countries. The changes will … Read More

Thomson Reuters Recognizes Customer Successes through Achievement Awards

Thomson Reuters Recognizes Customer Successes through Achievement Awards

Aumentum October 9, 2013

The Government business for Thomson Reuters, Tax & Accounting recognized several customers for their achievements during 2013. These awards were presented at the closing banquet during the recent Thomson Reuters Aumentum User Groups Conference on September 25, 2013 in San Diego, CA. Please meet this year’s winners: Outstanding Jurisdiction: Knox County, TN The Outstanding User … Read More

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A Citizen’s View of Data Quality

Aumentum, Blog, News October 4, 2013

Last week I attended our annual Aumentum User Groups Conference. This year’s conference was held in San Diego. I attended several panel discussions on the use of technology to support data quality and management. I thought to myself, that from a citizen’s perspective, it’s easy to disassociate oneself from this particular topic. Does this really … Read More

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A Citizen’s View of Data Quality

Aumentum, Blog, News October 4, 2013

Last week I attended our annual Aumentum User Groups Conference. This year’s conference was held in San Diego. I attended several panel discussions on the use of technology to support data quality and management. I thought to myself, that from a citizen’s perspective, it’s easy to disassociate oneself from this particular topic. Does this really … Read More