How to Work with Us
The Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany, SUNY, engages in research, consulting, and partnership projects at the local, state, federal, and international levels.
CTG is home to some of the world’s leading digital government scholars and practitioners. CTG experts draw on this intellectual and practice leadership in projects that span policy domains and levels of government. While every CTG project
differs in scope and scale, each one has the same goal: help build new policy, management, and technology capability to design and execute sustainable information and technology strategies for solving today’s complex and dynamic public problems. Some of our more recent work has helped government organizations design open data visualization tools, design and build shared services programs and regional information sharing networks, manage transitions from legacy systems, policies and programs, and develop technology innovation plans and road maps. CTG also routinely produces publications, conducts leadership development seminars through its Leadership Institute
and conducts proof of concept prototypes for emerging technologies through its summer innovation laboratory.
Located within the University at Albany, CTG benefits from being part of the larger State University of New York system; the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the nation, boasting 64 campuses that educate almost a half million students in more than 7,500 programs each year. It is this unique setting that has helped CTG break ground in information and knowledge sharing, smart cities, open government and open data, e-government, social media policy, and mobile technologies and human services delivery.
Our work is funded through research grants and contracts with government agencies, not-for-profits, and the private sector, providing many ways you could work with us. If you would like to talk about an idea, consider a question or a partnership, or explore ways we might work together, please get in touch.