Welcome to MISA!

Over the years, MISA has evolved from a small group of data processing professionals to a diverse group of managers, programmers, analysts, auditors, creative consultants and administrators with our partner vendors. We are employees of the State of Michigan with a common interest in finding innovative ways to apply new technology to perform our jobs more effectively and efficiently while improve State services for the citizens of Michigan.

You can learn more about the organization by viewing the entire site.  Contact us if you have any questions, comments or want to become a member of MISA.

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Important Announcement

May Luncheon is May 12, 2015 11:30 am - 1:00 pm!

Our speaker this month John Baer III.  John is the administrator for the State of Michigan enterprise Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) service provided by the Center for Shared Solutions (CSS). CSS currently supports 5 agencies and hundreds of team projects. John started with administration of Subversion and Visual Source Safe in late 2006 for one department. He has planned and administrated the migrations to each new version till 2012. In 2013, he worked on creating an enterprise service to offer to all agencies, which is now available.

In June, MISA will be presenting its 2015 Student Scholarship Award!

Check back for requirements on this opportunity!

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Other Recent News

April's Luncheon Speaker was Paul Gipson, who is a Changepoint Delivery Consultant with Changepoint USA. A big thanks to Paul for joining us! The Changepoint Presentation is available on our website incase you missed the presentation or simply want to share the presentation with your colleagaeus!

MISA's 2015 IT Excellence Award

This year's winner is Jerry Nummer and the runner up is Dan Redder.  Checkout the photos from the award luncheon!