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Building a Sustainable International Digital Government Research Community

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International Digital Government Research Working Groups

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International Digital Government Research Working Groups
The University at Albany’s Center for Technology in Government (CTG) selected three groups of international researchers to receive funding to advance digital government (DG) research on issues that cross national boundaries. The groups were chosen through a peer review of proposed research programs that would benefit from close collaboration of U.S. and international partners. U.S. participation in the groups was supported by nearly $200,000 over three years, made possible through a $1 million grant to CTG from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Digital Research Program (DG). The overall goal of that larger grant was to build and sustain an international digital government research community. The international participants in the working groups received similar financial support from their home institutions or research programs.

The three groups addressed transnational and comparative issues in the following areas: