We're pleased to pass on this message from Sharon Dawes at SUNY-Albany.
2010 iGov Research Institute
July 18-25, 2010
Doctoral students from all countries are invited to apply for this week-long, intensive residential program on the impact of information and communication technologies on government and governance. The 4th annual iGov Research Institute is focused on ways to advance, study, and understand digital government research in an international context. The Institute includes both academic sessions and practical field work and is organized around the experiences of a city or region using advanced information policies and technologies for economic, cultural, and social benefits. The faculty team comprises internationally known researchers as well as senior government officials. This year our field venue is The Hague in the Netherlands. Our local university partner and residential location is TU Delft.
The iGov Research Institute is a program of the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany/SUNY and is supported by the US National Science Foundation. For more details about the program design, please read summaries of programs from previous years.
The 2010 iGov application submission deadline is March 15, 2010. To learn more and to apply, please visit the institute website.