In 2006, our diverse funding portfolio included both multi-year and short-term collaborations at the local, national, and international levels. Funded projects cov-ered a wide range of topics and areas of interest giving us the opportunity to explore important public problems and to share the practical results both locally and globally.
This funding allows us to not only conduct the work, but to also offer the resulting project reports and practi-tioner guides on our Web site without charge. In addition, they are available in several formats, allowing access to all those interested in learning more about our signature methodologies, new models of thinking, and innovations for improving services and operations of state, local, and federal government agencies.
About half of our funding comes from federal grants, one quarter from contracts, and the remainder from our University at Albany base budget and other resources.
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