CTG Celebrates 20 Years of Innovation
Message from our Director
Twenty years ago CTG opened its doors as a research center at the University at Albany. We were charged by then New York Governor Mario Cuomo to “pursue new ways of applying technologies directly to the practical problems of information management and service delivery in the public sector.” CTG was the “first of its kind” providing an innovative model of public-private partnerships where government, academia, and the corporate community could partner on experiments with technology to learn what worked, what didn’t, and why. In these first 20 years, we have witnessed dramatic changes in technology and how it is used. What is on the horizon for the next chapter is truly exciting and we look forward to taking the journey with you.
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CTG’s two-day XML training curriculums, Using XML for Web Site Management and Using XML Databases and XQuery, are under a licensure agreement with MicroKnowledge, Inc. for delivery to government practioners and public benefit.
The Department of Public Administration & Policy in the University at Albany’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy seeks to hire an established or emerging (tenure-track) scholar to join their nationally-ranked and expanding program in Government Information Strategy and Management (GISM). This scholar will have a research home at CTG.
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