CTG Web News Volume XII, Issue 5
Sent: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 11:13 AM
The University at Albany-SUNY Appoints Theresa Pardo Director of CTG
Theresa Pardo has been named director of the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany-SUNY, following a national search. Pardo, an alumnus, has served as deputy director at CTG since 2002. Theresa is an eminent scholar in her field with a strong record of external funding and demonstrated leadership who will continue to expand CTG's global leadership position in digital government research and practice.
Full press release >>http://www.ctg.albany.edu/news/press_TPannoucement_20090625
CTG Holds the 2009 iGov Research Institute in Seattle, WA
Twenty doctoral students from around the world were in Seattle last week participating in CTG's 2009 iGov Research Institute, a week-long, intensive residential program focused on ways to advance, study, and understand digital government research in an international context.
Learn More >>http://www.ctg.albany.edu/news/press_dgi_20090622
Fawzi Mulki, CTG graduate assistant and UAlbany doctoral student, is profiled on UAlbany's Web site: "Solving Global Crises through Information Sharing"
Full Article >>http://www.albany.edu/news/profile_6516.php
Rick Howard, Oregon CIO for Human Services Department, has authored an opinion article linking Health IT to CTG's interoperability framework