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Funding Sources
  • $75,000: National Science Foundation, Intergovernmental and Inter-organizational Digital Government Initiatives in Multi-Jurisdictional Policy Domains: A Comparative and Transnational Research Agenda from the Cases of Canada, Mexico and the United States, Principal Investigator, Grant Period 2007-2009.
NADGWG is partially supported by the National Science Foundation Digital Government Research Program under Grant No. 37656, noted above, as well as by the home institutions of members in Canada, Mexico, and the United States:
  • Université Laval, Centre Francophone d’informatisation des Organizations (CEFRIO)
  • Dalhousie University
  • Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany/SUNY
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Claremont Graduate University
  • Clark University, University of Washington
  • Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
  • Universidad de las Américas-Puebla
  • Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
  • INFOTEC
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterey, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon
  • University of Bremen
Working Group members have successfully secured support through a variety of additional funding organizations.

Grants:
  • $4,000 USD: University at Albany Faculty Research Awards Program (FRAP). The program provides seed funding to support faculty research and other creative endeavors through grants-in-aid. The grant will support activities of the Full Information Product Pricing Networks subgroup, Grant Period 2009-2012.
  • $40,000 Mexican Pesos (approximately $3,000 USD): Programa Inter-institucional de Estudios sobre la Región de América del Norte (PIERAN), Collaboration, Information Sharing, and Interoperability at the North American Borders. A small grant to organize a workshop involving researchers from the three countries, Grant Period 2009.
  • $130,000 Mexican Pesos (approximately $13,000 USD): Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT), Full Information Product Pricing (FIPP): ICT Strategies to promote local and regional development. A grant to conduct field work with coffee producers in Mexico. Project no. 84082, Grant Period 2008-2009.
  • $111,650 Mexican Pesos (approximately $9,000 USD): Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT). Working Group Meetings on Intergovernmental and Inter-organizational Digital Government Initiatives in Multi-Jurisdictional Policy Domains: A Comparative and Transnational Research Agenda for North America. Funding to support the travel costs of the Mexican members for meetings held during 2008. Grant No. I0110/127/08, Grant Period 2008
Pending proposals:
  • $500,000 Mexican Pesos (approximately $35,000 USD): Programa Inter-institucional de Estudios sobre la Región de América del Norte (PIERAN), Collaboration Information Sharing and Interoperability in North America.
  • $740,911 USD: US National Science Foundation, Community-based Data Interoperability Networks (INTEROP), Building Information Sharing Networks to Support Consumer Choice (I-Choose).