News & Events

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.


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.

Fawzi Mulki, CTG graduate assistant and UAlbany doctoral student, is profiled on UAlbany's Web site: "Solving Global Crises through Information Sharing"

Rick Howard, Oregon CIO for Human Services Department, has authored an opinion article linking Health IT to CTG's interoperability framework