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CTG Web News Volume VI, Issue 2
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 12:57 AM

CTG Celebrates Ten years of Research, Partnership, and Innovation

In 1993, what started as a volunteer partnership project to help government agencies test new technology solutions became a full-fledged research center devoted solely to the public sector. To mark our ten years of innovative partnerhsip projects, we are publishing a CTG History Series in our 2003 newsletters. To read Part One, "Growing out of grassroots," visit dyk_2003_winterspring/dyk_2003_winterspring.pdf.

Modeling Information Integration Initiatives

CTG has received a two-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), to assemble a multidisciplinary team of researchers to examine government information integration projects. The research will develop a series of models to help researchers and government professionals better understand the social and technical processes that make up cross-organizational integration initiatives. For more details on the project visit .

eGov FirstStop chosen for Social Science Information Gateway (SOSIG)

CTG's on-line resource eGov FirstStop was selected recently to be listed on SOSIG. SOSIG is a freely available Internet service which aims to provide a trusted source of selected, high quality Internet information for students, academics, researchers, and practitioners in the social sciences, business, and law. You can find a link to eGov FirstStop at SOSIG&query=1032447221-12024.

CTG Director Sharon Dawes to sit on Women and Technology Panel

Dawes will participate in The Winter Forum on Women and Technology on March 27th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the University at Albany Performing Arts Center. The event is sponsored by the UAlbany's IFW (Initiatives for Women), and will include a Multimedia Performance followed by a panel discussion featuring women who work in technology-focused fields. Panel participants will be asked to respond to the performance and talk a little about their own experiences working with technology. For more information visit

dg.o2003 -- NSF's Conference on Digital Government Research, May 18-21, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts

CTG and the National Science Foundation invite you to join dg.o2003, the national conference that brings together top computer science researchers, government agencies, policy specialists, experts in e-commerce, the software industry, and members of the public with the aim of developing online government systems of all types. For more information visit,