ANTHONY CRESSWELL HONORED BY THE NYS FORUM AND UALBANY
Anthony Cresswell, deputy director at the Center for Technology in Government (CTG), was honored in 2009 by both The NYS Forum and the University at Albany.
The NYS Forum honored Cresswell with its 2009 Award for Excellence, which annually recognizes an individual whose work has definitively contributed to the overall improvement of government information services in New York State. Cresswell was chosen by The NYS Forum for “readily identifiable contributions and achievements beyond his peers.”
The University recognized Cresswell for his role as interim director of CTG, contributing essential continuity of leadership for CTG as it went through the process of transition from founding director Sharon Dawes to recently appointed director Theresa Pardo.
Cresswell served as interim director from September 2007 to May 2009. In presenting a gift of appreciation to Cresswell at a reception in the Atrium at University Hall, Susan D. Phillips, UAlbany’s provost and vice president for academic affairs, said, “During this time, Tony lead CTG through an extensive self-study and external review, as well as continued to build its reputation as a global leader in digital government research.”