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NOTICE: Regarding the Event Format – Updated May 25, 2021

To our DGIQ Community,

All of us at DATAVERSITY would like to thank you for your continued support. While the last 12 months have been full of uncertainties around face-to-face event restrictions and safety requirements, we are thrilled to finally see restrictions being lifted. We are officially planning the 2021 Data Governance & Information Quality (DGIQ) Conference as an in-person event. The full program and many traditional on-site activities will be presented at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa in San Diego this December 6-10, 2021.

While some of the necessary COVID restrictions and guidelines will still play a role in the event planning and requirements for all participants (see details below), we expect to be able to open the event up at near-capacity levels. We will continue to work side-by-side with the exceptional staff at the Catamaran Resort to ensure we can provide all attendees a safe and enjoyable experience.

Have additional questions about this event? Please contact us at for assistance.

We look forward to seeing you in person soon!

Thank you,


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Q.  What Covid-19 procedures and policies will be implemented at the in-person DGIQ Conference?

A. DATAVERSITY’s first priority is the safety and health of all our conference participants and staff. We are working closely with the Catamaran Resort to ensure that the DGIQ Conference in December 2021 will be a rich peer-to-peer learning and networking experience that is safe for everyone. As such, all attendees will be required to abide by our COVID-19 procedures, which will evolve as we get closer to the event and may include any or all of the following measures:

  • Face coverings during indoor and/or outdoor gatherings.
  • Proof of vaccination, or evidence of a negative Covid test result within 72 hours prior to arrival at the conference.
  • Rapid covid test upon arrival.
  • Liability waivers, social distancing, non-invasive temperature checks.

DATAVERSITY reserves the right to modify and add/remove requirements in accordance with California regulations, venue-specific policies, and also at its discretion. Cooperation with published health and safety protocols on-site will be required to enter and participate in the conference. We will update this page with those protocols as we get closer to the event. Though Covid-19 remains a developing situation, we have a high expectation as of this time of writing (in late May 2021), that we will be able to conduct the conference at normal capacity levels. If you have additional questions, please contact us at and our staff will happily assist you.

Q. What happens if the in-person event is canceled?

A. If COVID restrictions escalate to levels where we are forced to restructure the event, we will make an announcement here, reach out to all participants, and would likely present alternative options for all to participate online. You can also review our cancelation policies for additional details. If you have additional questions, please contact us at and our staff will happily assist you.

Q. Will the DGIQ presentations be recorded, and will I get access to them?

A. We intend to record the live presentations and will give registrants access to them following the event's completion. Two-day seminars are not included and your access is matched to each registration option. If you have additional questions, please contact us at and our staff will happily assist you.

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