CTG Online News
Tue, 10 Mar 2015 09:20:00 EST
CTG Welcomes Distinguished Government Fellows
The Center for Technology in Government welcomes Mr. Ronald L. Greenberg and Dr. Norman J. Jacknis to the CTG’s Government Fellows program.
“Norm and Ron have tremendous expertise borne from many years of experience driving innovations in government. Their partnerships with CTG through our Government Fellows Program ensures that their unique experiences and perspectives can continue to inform the efforts of those also seeking to transform government through information and technology based innovations.” said Theresa Pardo, Director of CTG.
Greenberg and Jacknis join Mr. Alan Kowlowitz, who has been a CTG Government Fellow for the past four years.
As Government Fellows, Greenberg, Jacknis, and Kowlowitz have contributed to or co-authored several CTG publications, including the following:
- Combating Financial Crisis with Government Transformation: The NYS Shared Services Experience. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (2014). This paper was nominated for a best paper award.
- Six Lessons for Mayors. CTG Issue Brief (2014).
- Government Information Sharing: A Planning Toolkit. CTG Report (2013).
- Opening Government’s Official Legal Materials: Authenticity and Integrity in the Digital World. CTG Report (2012).
- Opening Gateways: A Practical Guide for Designing Information Access Programs. CTG Report (2012).
These publications are available at http://www.ctg.albany.edu/publications/.
The CTG Government Fellows Program engages distinguished public service professionals in partnerships designed to further CTG’s mission of fostering public sector innovation through our commitment to research practice partnerships. These professionals have expertise in government and deep knowledge about innovations in the use of information and information technology in the public sector. CTG Government Fellows collaborate with CTG teams on Center projects to generate new knowledge and to transfer that knowledge to CTG’s global network of partners and others through research and practice conferences, workshops, publications and the Web.