CTG UAlbany works with governments worldwide transforming public services through innovations in technology, policy and management.
A research institute at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany, CTG UAlbany was established in 1993 to pursue new ways to use technology to address practical problems of information management and service delivery in government.
CTG UAlbany collaborates with hundreds of domestic and international researchers on understanding and applying emerging technologies.
At the same time, CTG UAlbany works with scores of local, state, federal, and international government bodies as a trusted advisor and facilitator of management and policy decisions to govern the use of new technologies as tools for public service transformation.
We advise government leaders - at all levels - on innovative ways technology can help solve pressing public problems.
We connect possible applications of technology with the policy and management needed to govern it through an overarching, informed, and long term perspective.
We leverage data gathering and analytics to deliver informed and thorough programs and services that can transform the lives of citizens.
We build relationships, trust, and the shared vision needed for diverse and disparate organizations to collaborate and cooperate on projects.
We lead an international research community in the education of the next generation of public sector leaders.
Throughout the last 25 years, CTG UAlbany built on the vision of our founders and is now a trusted advisor and leader in digital government research, practice and education. Browse through our 25-year history
We present the CTG UAlbany Founder’s Award annually to individuals who exemplify the vision of our founders and their commitment to creating value for citizens through policy, management and technology innovations in the public sector. Full List of Honorees
We have collaborated with over 150 government agencies, 70 private companies, 70 academic institutions and 40 nonprofit organizations.
We have produced more than 120 guides, reports, and online resources issued to support the work of government professionals. We have also authored over 300 scholarly articles that have contributed to the field of research on IT innovation in government organizations.
We have won over 20 awards recognizing our contributions to the field and innovative approaches.
We have developed over 12 prototype systems for a variety of applications, while also answering critical policy, management, organizational, and technical questions.
We have obtained over $10 million of funding through over 40 research grants and fee-for-service contracts.
We have administered over 350 training sessions, workshops, and conference presentations.
We have supported more than 25 doctoral dissertations and masters students.
We have completed over 75 partnership projects, producing outcomes that have helped state, local, and federal government agencies improve their services and operations.
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CTG at UAlbany engages in research, advising, and partnership projects at the local, state, federal, and international levels.
We are a home to some of the world’s leading digital government scholars and practitioners.
While every project differs in scope and scale, each one has the same goal: help build new capability to sustainably solve complex and dynamic public problems.
We also routinely publish research and guides, conduct leadership development seminars and create proof of concept prototypes for emerging technologies.
Our work is funded through research grants and contracts with government agencies, not-for-profits, and the private sector, providing many ways to work with us.
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In today’s complex and interconnected world, it is critical for organizations like CTG to include many different points of view to help focus our work.
To do this we seek input from high-level experts spearheading groundbreaking work in various industries around the world. These experts comprise our Global Advisory Board.
The Board focuses on policy, management and technical challenges facing governments. The Board collaborates with CTG to advise how we can best contribute to the international dialogue and to the efforts of organizations and governments across the globe.
Members regularly convene to engage in productive discussions with international colleagues.
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The Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany (CTG UAlbany) is engaged in a program of research and development to improve information policy, management, and technology performance in the public sector. CTG UAlbany is seeking a full-time Applications Developer to provide technical support to CTG UAlbany sponsored research and projects in this program.
The Applications Developer is responsible for the development, testing, implementation, integration, maintenance, and documentation of software applications that support CTG UAlbany data analysis projects. The Applications Developer will supervise a team of Computer Science graduate assistants. Candidates must also be effective time managers and have the ability to multi-task and track projects to successful completion. The job responsibilities include the following:
The Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany (CTG UAlbany) is engaged in a program of research and development to improve information policy, management, and technology performance in the public sector. CTG UAlbany is seeking a full-time Program Assistant to provide support to the teams conducting the sponsored research and problem-solving projects in this program.
This is an entry-level professional position requiring strong analytical, writing, and communication skills. The Program Assistant will be assigned to multiple project teams and assist staff with project tasks and activities as assigned by CTG UAlbany Project Managers. Candidates must also be effective time managers and have the ability to multi-task and track projects to successful completion. The job responsibilities include the following: