CTG Web News Volume VIII, Issue 3
Sent: Monday, March 21, 2005 4:41 PM
CTG Director among Government Technology's top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers
CTG Director Sharon Dawes is one of 25 men and women named by Government Technology as leaders who “showed that change in government is possible, despite the age-old belief that institutional barriers impede government reform.” Dawes is honored for pioneering digital government through partnerships and research that focus on how technology can change the way government works, collaborates, and shares information.
Read about all the honorees at: http://www.govtech.net/magazine/story.php?id=93222
CTG Receives $800,000 for Digital Preservation Work with State Governments and the Library of Congress
Beginning next month, CTG will be working with the Library to develop and deploy a toolkit to help states and territories identify and preserve digital government The toolkit will assist state teams to assess and improve their digital preservation capabilities and develop action plans for preserving specific digital content. All 50 states and territories will be invited to participate as part of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP).
For Library of Congress information on NDIIPP, see http://www.DigitalPreservation.gov
CTG Research Discussion Breakfast Series
On Wednesday, April 13th from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., we will host the 4th in a series of Discussion Breakfasts about CTG's ongoing research. CTG Program Manager Meghan Cook will present Exploring State-Local Networks and Relationships, and lead a discussion about lessons learned, best practices, and strategies for effective intergovernmental relations. The Research Breakfast Series is offered at CTG’s office located at 187 Wolf Road, Albany, Suite 301.
To sign up, register at http://www.ctg.albany.edu/about/breakfasts2.