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  • Register Today for URMIA's 46th Annual Conference

    Registration is now open for URMIA's 46th Annual Conference!

    The early bird rate is available until 9/1/2015.

    Be sure to book your hotel room via the hotel and travel page at the conference website.

    With 37 educational breakout sessions, 5 pre-conference workshop opportunities, and special events including URMIAcares and the New Member First Timer Session, you will want to start making your travel plans today!

    We look forward to welcoming you in Minneapolis!

  • URMIA and PRIMA Offering ISO 31000 Workshops

    PRIMA has partnered with URMIA to deliver it's ISO 31000 ERM training to higher education Institutions. Through this partnership, URMIA members get PRIMA member rates. In order to get discounted rates, URMIA members must use a discount code. Please contact the URMIA National Office at to obtain this discount code before registering.

    Click the link below for full program details! Individuals who register for both parts two and three of the workshop receive an additional $100 discount.


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