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2006 Annual Report


Project Partners


Project Partners

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Building on Strong Foundations and the Generosity of our Partners
CTG projects depend on active and ongoing partnerships with government agencies, technology companies, and academic scholars. From in-kind donations of equipment, expertise, and time to grants for applied research, these partnerships account for more than half our total resources.



We are grateful to the following organizations who supported our work in 2006.

Academic
Digital Government Research Center, Information Sciences
Institute, University of Southern California
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension
University of Minnesota, Natural Resource Research Institute
Virginia Tech, Department of Forestry

Government
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Wisconsin
Monroe County Department of Human Services, New York State
National Science Foundation
New York City Administration for Children’s Services
New York State Department of Civil Service
New York State Department of Correctional Services
New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal
New York State Governor’s Office of Employee Relations
New York State Higher Education Services Corporation
New York State Office of the Chief Information Officer and CIO Council
New York State Office of Children and Family Services
New York State Office of Cultural Education, State Education Department
New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
New York State Office for Technology
United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service
United States Library of Congress
Westchester County Department of Social Services, New York State

Corporate

Hewlett Packard
Iceni Technology Ltd.
Logictran
MicroKnowledge
SAP
Sun Microsystems
SyncROSoft Ltd.

Electronic Commons Workshop
Peter Cambier, Vice President, Northern Initiatives presented at the Electronic Commons post-project meeting in Albany, NY, facilitated by CTG.
Nonprofit

The Nature Conservancy of Michigan
The Nature Conservancy of Indiana
Northern Initiatives, Michigan
Shelburne Farms and Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont
The Stewardship Network, Michigan

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