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CTG Web News Volume VI, Issue 1
Sent: Thursday, February 6, 2003 3:26 PM

Web Master's Guild Meeting on Open Source

Derek Werthmuller, CTG's Technology Services Director, will make a presentation on Open Source Software to the Web Master's Guild Meeting on Friday, February 7th from 9 am to noon in the State Museum theatre in the Cultural Education Center at the Empire State Plaza in Albany.

Improving Information Sharing Across Justice Agencies

At a time when the nation is faced with unprecedented threats to its communities, the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs has turned to CTG to identify and develop innovative ways to improve public safety through information sharing. CTG will develop a capability assessment model based on best practices in information sharing across justice agencies. Visit for more information on this project.

Denmark E-Gov Scholar Visits CTG

On January 21st, Professor Birgit Jaeger visited CTG to present her e-government research on what it means to be a contemporary politician or public administrator in Denmark. Jaeger, from the Department of Social Sciences, Roskilde University, Denmark, is studying the principles and issues surrounding e-government in one of the world's leading e-gov countries. To view Jaeger's slides, visit


NSF's National Conference on Digital Government Research Join leading scientists and government program managers at the annual dg.o conference on May 18-21 in Boston, MA. The conference, sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is devoted to cutting-edge NSF-funded research collaborations between the research community and the government. For more information visit or

Government Technology Congress 2003

CTG Deputy Director Anthony Cresswell will present "Solving the Information Integration Puzzle" at Government Technology Congress 2003 on March 26th in Tysons Corner, VA. For more information on this conference, visit