3 Property Assessment Management System A comprehensive, fully integrated, Web-based online transaction system retaining the best features of MOD IV and providing additional functionality.
4 A New Direction PARCEL MANAGEMENT CAMA SALES BUILDING PERMITS GIS FARMLANDAPPEALSCOLLECTIONS
5 Why PAMS?Provides the State with the means to efficiently administer programs that impact the taxpayer, county and municipal governmentsProvides a standard toolbox for Assessors, Collectors, County Tax administrators – ensuring uniformity across the stateProvides all levels of government with access to property assessment and tax information in a timely, accurate, and cost effective mannerExpandable to accommodate future changes in state statutes
6 Benefits to the UsersAll tax, account, and parcel information is available within the same application – no redundancy or duplicate data entryAccessible anywhere, anytime via the InternetPhotos, documents, and forms can be easily integrated with property recordsA history of all transactions will be maintainedContains integrated statistical and spatial analysis toolsFlexibility with adhoc reporting
7 Uses for Parcel/address Data Land RecordsTax MappingUtility Mgmt.EngineeringPermitsInspectionsHistorical BldgsUEZBusinessDevelopmentBuildingEconomic Dev.OwnerAddressLand usage/zoningSalesProperty ValueInspectionHazMatFire DistrictsVoter RegistrationSenior CitizenImmunization programsCitizen ServicesFireThis slide can be used to emphasis several concepts.First that as a GIS grows and organizations begin to understand what data can be used by all departments the central or foundation data sets made available to the entire organization will grow. The more data made available the more applications can be derived, the faster the rate of return on investment.Where departments are slow to open up their data sets (citing privacy, confidential, etc.) the presenter can convey that the departments can keep their data local (until there ready) to their machines while leveraging the data created.As data moves to a more open process…more departments can increase success and their applications through new data sets that they previously had no access to.Examples of applications specific to departments but using the enterprise database. No more separate Dbase creation & maintenance by the individual departments. An example would be the firemen accessing business license data to see what business and therefore chemicals might be involved in a fire.Transportation NetworksHousing, Land & ZoningSchools, Day CareCrime trackingPolicePlanning