Join us in Richmond, IN on August 27th for the Central District Meeting, as Kevin McCurdy of LWC Incorporated presents their Bicentennial Legacy Projects and how they plan to celebrate the history and future of our state and the great community of Richmond. You can sign up for this event by clicking here.
Just one week left to submit education session proposals for consideration for the 2015 IPRA Conference! To access the online tool simply clicking here! Education session proposals are due by August 29, 2014. Don’t miss this great opportunity to share with your peers from around the state.
Have a great project, program, or person to recognize? Award nominations are now open! IPRA offers an online nomination tool via this link where you can submit all supporting forms and media for consideration. Categories for projects, programs, and leadership will remain unchanged other than the addition of our Legislator of the Year award for which State Representatives and State Senators can be nominated. Award nominations will close September 12, 2014.
IPRA may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from April 1, 2012.
What Information Does IPRA Collect?
From General Users: IPRA does not collect any personal information from users browsing its website. Users to the public areas of IPRA 's website browse anonymously. Only aggregate data -- such as the number of hits per page -- are collected. Aggregate data are only used for internal and marketing purposes and do not provide any personally identifying information.
From IPRA Members, Conference Registrants, and Other Customers: To gain access to members-only resources and personalization features on the IPRA website, members and other users are asked to register and provide some limited information. These data are submitted voluntarily. IPRA asks users to provide their name, organization name, business phone, and e-mail. Similar information may be submitted to IPRA through membership applications, conference registration, and publication orders. IPRA only uses this information to enhance its products and distribution of those products to its members.
How Does IPRA Use Data Collected?
IPRA Member Services and Products. Generally, IPRA and its direct subsidiaries use data collected to improve its own web content; to respond to visitors' interests, needs and preferences; and to develop new products and services.
Disclosures to Third Parties. IPRA member contact information is only available to IPRA membership. IPRA will not sell or rent your email address. Email addresses are only used to communicate IPRA’s benefits, products and services.
Credit Card Account Information. IPRA does not disclose credit card account information provided by its members and customers. When members and customers choose to pay using their credit cards, IPRA submits the information needed to obtain payment to the appropriate clearinghouse.
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What Means Of Redress Are Available?