The Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) represents a unique partnership of business and government members of the property records industry, with the end goal of facilitating recordation and access to public property records. This goal is accomplished by facilitating the research, development, creation and implementation of national standards, systems and procedures for the industry.
PRIA is a membership-driven organization, with a board of directors elected by its members who are responsible for management of the association . PRIA Bylaws and Operating Rules provide specific requirements that govern the association’s operations and activities.
The professional skills and industry knowledge provided by PRIA members, combined with a unique diversity and neutral objectivity, make possible responsible evaluation and formulation of industry standards. Following extensive research and discussion, and working cooperatively with our industry alliances, standards, model legislation and best practices are formulated, developed and disseminated. Such work is done on a continuous basis, as new issues continue to challenge the property records industry.
The National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) is a professional organization of elected and appointed county administrative officials, who network on a national level to share information and ideas. Whether you are a newly elected county official or a have a long career in county government, you will find tremendous resources here, in our virtual home.
The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) is a nonprofit association of professionals using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other information technologies to solve challenges in state/provincial, regional and local government agencies and departments. URISA is considered to be the premier organization for the use and integration of spatial information technology to improve the quality of life in urban and regional environments.
URISA promotes the effective and ethical use of spatial information and information technologies for the understanding and management of urban and regional systems.