New Models of Collaboration for Government Services to Citizens and Businesses is a multinational research study focused on the benefits, barriers, and results of innovative service delivery collaborations in the US, Canada, and Western Europe. This project was made possible with two grants (a $30,000 pilot research and a $400,000 full research grant) from the National Science Foundation (award number EIA-99832).
Developing a Business Case for the Integration of Criminal Justice Information was funded with a $364,000 grant from the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (award number 1999-LD-VX-K004).
Designing the Digital Government of the 21st Century: A Multidisciplinary Workshop was one of the defining workshops for the National Science Foundation's Digital Government Research Program, made possible by a $100,000 grant (award number 99-181).
Models for Action: Developing Practical Approaches to Electronic Records Management and Preservation was produced with a $140,000 grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (award number 96-023).