Researchers to study international IT innovation

Center for Technology in Government

The University of Albany's Center for Technology in Government is expanding its research to international governance with a new grant from the National Science Foundation.

The center has focused on intergovernmental information sharing within the United States for the past two years through another NSF grant, but the additional $90,000 is for examining information technology innovation across governments on an international scale, according to officials.

"Governments all over the world are faced with unprecedented challenges of sharing information among agencies and programs," Anthony Cresswell, deputy director of the center, said in a statement. "We've been studying how that information sharing takes place

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