PMI New Jersey Chapter
PMINJ 2005 June Meeting

21 June 2005 - Bridgewater - Manor

Student Paper
Paul Quirk Presentation

PDP Information

Program Number: C020-21062005
Steering the Governance Ship, Business & Regulatory Requirements Affect on Your Business
Student Paper of the Year Award - The Jefferson Township Revaluation Project
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 06
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.5
Strategic - 0.5
Technical - 0.5

Steering the Governance Ship, Business & Regulatory Requirements Affect on Your Business 

Paul Quirk, recognized financial services and regulatory expert, presented a timely review of the current business trends that impact a growing number of business and technology projects. Paul discussed how project managers must understand the current regulatory and governance environment affects their businesses and how to turn compliance-related investments into competitive advantage. In addition to the 'big think' overview, Paul provided practical execution tactics project managers can put to immediate use to increase their personal, project's and business's success. 

Paul A. Quirk is an experienced global consulting executive with over 20 years experience in the financial services industry. Currently the Managing Partner at Morgan Holland and Company, Paul is a recognized thought leader in the areas of Basel II and Sarbanes Oxley, business process optimization, strategic outsourcing & offshore application development and Vendor Management and Program Management Office (VMO/PMO) design and implementation. Prior to founding Morgan Holland and Company, Paul held executive positions with IBM, American Management Systems, and Technology Solutions Company where he specialized in trading, capital markets, risk management, operations, outsourcing and IT Strategy & Assessment. Paul received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts and currently resides in Greenwich, CT where he plays competitive polo. 

  Student Paper of the Year Award - The Jefferson Township Revaluation Project 
Karla Ballard-Kreiger, Shawn Hopkins, Griselda Magnaye, Yajaira Ortiz, and Wayne Robertson

This revaluation was initiated by the Morris County Board of Taxation in the fall of 2001.  The determination to order the revaluation was based on the statistical analysis of assessed values compared to market value.  Observance of different tests comparing these two values showed a defect rate higher than allowable under current regulations as promulgated by the N.J. Division of Taxation.  These observances displayed an inequitable balance and distribution of the local property tax burden among all of the taxpayers in Jefferson Township.  A consent order was agreed upon and signed in May 2002 that a township wide revaluation would be completed by January 1, 2006 and implemented for the year 2006.  Their presentation describes how Jefferson Township is achieving this goal.

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