the Member Information Conference First held in 1975 and known as the Fall Seminars, the Member Information Conference (MIC) provided general sessions, breakout sessions and facility tours, giving Members an opportunity to learn more about software products and operations. A banquet with entertainment highlighted the conference. When CADP and NCDC merged in 2000, both were holding a conference in the fall and repeated the content, so Members could stagger staff attendance. For three years, the conference was held in North Dakota and Missouri, focusing on legacy products. In 2003 with the release of iVUE, NISC consolidated the conferences in Missouri.