[IPAC-List] IPMAAC Conference Memory

Blair, Michael michael.blair at hrblock.com
Wed Apr 27 19:14:24 EDT 2016

Gene -

I remember the session.  Unfortunately, this was also during a period when most Federal agencies were not approving post-conference release of materials or session recordings from employee presentations.  I suspect this is why you could not find anything on the IPAC website.

Michael Blair | Manager HCM Technology
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Hello everyone.

Some years ago I attended an IPMAAC meeting.  I believe it was held in Washington, D.C.  At this meeting two lawyers from the Civil Rights Division stood up and talked about their involvement in the CPAT test which is widely used for firefighters.

Does anyone have a copy of that program in pdf?  I searched the IPAC website and could not locate the talk.  I 95% certain this was listed on the conference program but it is not mentioned in the conference details for any DC conference.

Back then, recordings were made of these presentations.  Does anyone have a copy of a recording of this talk.

I would appreciate hearing from anyone with any information about this presentation.

Gene Carmean
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