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Information, Technology, and Governance: A Grand Challenges Research Agenda Workshop Summary Activity Report



  
  
  
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Information, Technology, and Governance: A Grand Challenges Research Agenda Workshop Summary Activity Report
Tue, 10 Nov 2011 >Download PDF
Meghan E. Cook

In February 2010, a group of leading social and information scientists and government practitioners came together to develop a new understanding of the way technology and social forces shape the workings of government. The workshop—Information, Technology, and Governance: A Grand Challenges Research Agenda—was sponsored by the National Science Foundation, with additional support from the National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO). The Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany led the organizing effort of this two-day workshop with over 40 participants from across the country. This document presents a non-attribution account of the contributions made at the workshop as well as a brief analysis of the discussions and findings. The information presented in this report begins to shed light on complexities of identifying and addressing grand challenges in information, technology, and governance.

 
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