Registration is now open for the NISS Workshop which will take place October 17th, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana...

Vol. 46 | May 2022

NISS Workshop Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for the NISS Workshop which will take place October 17th, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The workshop is a one-day event that begins at 9:00 AM and ends by 4:00 PM EDT. The registration fee is $99, and NISS has secured a nightly hotel rate of $169 at the Marriott Indianapolis North. The workshop covers a range of topics, including:

  • Why Statistical Reporting is Required

  • Preparation of Data

  • Submission of Data

  • Data Quality Reports

  • Reviewing and Editing Data

  • Reports and Compilations

It also includes a thorough walkthrough of the NISS website, including tutorials on the member-interactive features. The workshop is fairly technical in nature and primarily directed to staff members that are involved in the details of data management and statistical reporting. It is also a wonderful opportunity to meet the NISS staff.

Please click here to register!

Where We’re Going and Where We’ve Been

  • In June, NISS will attend the DigIn Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana

  • In September, NISS will attend the InsureTech Connect Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada

  • NISS attends the NAIC meetings throughout the year

2022 Upcoming Meetings

Technical Advisory Committee
Indianapolis, IN
June 14, 2022

Executive Committee Meeting
August 23, 2022

Board Meeting
September 26, 2022

Technical Advisory Committee
Indianapolis, IN
October 18, 2022

Executive Committee Meeting
November 22, 2022

Board Meeting
December 12, 2022

About Us

NISS is a unique resource for the property/casualty insurance industry. We collect and report timely, quality insurance data and perform other related functions at a reasonable cost.

For more information, please visit www.niss‑

2022 Upcoming Due Dates

For a list of upcoming due dates, please click here.

Stat Brain Teaser

My smartphone has a six-digit code to unlock it that contains no zeros and no repeated digits. The fifth digit is one more than the first digit, the second digit is three less than the fifth digit, and the fourth digit is four less than the first digit. The first and third digits add up to the sixth digit. If the sum of all six digits of the code is 24, what is my phone’s unlocking code?

Please email your answers to A person will be randomly drawn from the first ten correct answers, and that person will win a $25 gift card from!

Winner of $25 Amazon gift card last quarter: Kevin Hobbs

For the question and answer from the last brain teaser, please view the NISS News section here.

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