On June 14, CTG UAbany will host the Smart Cities Smart Government Research Practice Consortium Symposium, an online event about smart cities and communities. The symposium will include the following three presentations: 1) Decolonizing Digital Government and Smart Cities Benchmarking, 2) Global Assessment of Responsible AI in Cities, and 3) A Public Participation System for Stakeholders’ Living Context Identification and Improvement in Smart Cities. If you are interested in attending, please contact CTG UAlbany Research Director Mila Gascó-Hernández at firstname.lastname@example.org
CTG UAlbany Director and Rockefeller College Professor J. Ramon Gil-Garcia served as a Subject Matter Specialist on a recently released report from the US General Accountability Office (GAO). The report, titled Government Performance Management:Leading Practices to Enhance Interagency Collaboration and Address Crosscutting Challenges provides eight leading practices that could help agencies collaborate more effectively, such as bridging organizational cultures—e.g., putting compatible policies in place or agreeing on common terminology.
CTG UAlbany Researcy Director and Rockefeller College Associate Professor Mila Gascó-Hernández was part of the first cohort of 10 UAlbany faculty fellows who graduated from the Provost’s Leadership Academy. The Leadership Academy is designed to serve associate professors and early full professors in order to facilitate the success of the University's emerging leaders.
In 2023, the Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany (CTG UAlbany) is celebrating 30 years of collaboration and innovation as a key research institute at the State University of New York (SUNY).
Study on perceptions of telework by CTG UAlbany Research Director Mila Gascó-Hernandez and UAlbany Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Policy Hongseok Lee published in Public Performance & Management Review.
CTG UAlbany Research Assistant and Rockefeller College Doctoral Student Tzuhao Chen featured in UAlbany story about his research interests, work at CTG, and plans for the future.
Center for Technology in Government Director and Rockefeller College Professor J. Ramon Gil-Garica along with researchers from Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México have conducted a study on how artificial intelligence techniques can be used to boost government decision-making by gearing public spending toward increasing GDP, decreasing inflation and reducing income inequality.
Researchers at the Center for Technology in Government have been working with the New York State Board of Elections (NYSBOE), Albany Law School, IDC, and the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy on U.S. voter registration practices.
The South Carolina Arts Commission is hosting a series of capacity building workshops for arts organization leaders.
On Thursday June 8, CTG UAlbany Research Assistant and CEHC Doctoral Student Jeffcoat will lead a virtual information-intensive session on the theory and applicable methods of increasing digital engagement.
The session will focus on increasing engagement for arts and culture practitioners and organizations. Upon conclusion, attendees will better understand when and what to post to advance meaningful social media connections.24th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2023) July 11, 2023-July 14, 2023 | Gdansk, Poland
CTG Director Ramon Gil-Garcia is presenting his paper: “Understanding Cross-boundary Information Sharing in Emergency Management: Insights from Public Alert and Warning Messages in US Local Governments” at the Conference on Digital Government Research dg.o 2023, with the theme this year: “Together in the unstable world: Digital government and solidarity.”24th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2023) July 11, 2023-July 14, 2023 | Gdansk, Poland
CTG Graduate Assistant Battulga Buyannemekh is presenting his paper: Navigating Information Technology Challenges and Priorities for City Leaders: Expanding Responsibilities, Growing Roles and Evolving Contexts, co-authored by Meghan E. Cook at the Conference on Digital Government Research dg.o 2023, with the theme this year: “Together in the unstable world: Digital government and solidarity.”