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Latest Program News:
Cooperation Flounders When Subcultures Clash, DG Study Finds
An intriguing Oregon study of organizational behavior at three federal agencies finds that cultural distance hampers collaborative success.
CTG Study Models Organizational Behavior
DG researchers at Center for Technology in Government examine the way disparate professional cultures share information.
dg.o2003 Proceedings and Multimedia Features Now Online
You may browse the papers and Powerpoint presentations from the 2003 National Conference on Digital Government Research in the archive, and see additional video interviews with key participants on the multimedia CD-ROM. Copies of the CD-ROM and final report book are to be mailed out next week to all 2003 conference attendees.
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST:
NATO-Russia JTSC Funds Catastrophe Research
RIDE Workshop Issues Call for Papers
Energy Dep't. CIO Karen Evans to Replace Mark Forman as Fed IT Head From Government Computer News:
Urban Infrastructure Pro Testifies on Blackout and Cybersecurity
From the National Academies: Parsons Brinckerhoff's Paul Gilbert gives congressional testimony on power blackouts and their implications on the nation's cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection.
Emerging Technologies, Ethics to Be Workshop Focus
"Emerging Technologies and Ethical Issues" is the subject of an upcoming Washington, DC workshop by the National Academy of Engineering on nanotechnology, neurotechnology, biomedical technologies, robotics and other topics.
Colwell to Keynote 2004 Convocation on Interdisciplinary Research
Researchers, sponsors and administrators are invited to participate in plenary discussions and poster sessions on effective practices for facilitating interdisciplinary research in Washington, DC. Jan. 29-31. Keynote speakers include the NSF's Rita Colwell. Pre-registration deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 15.
PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST:
Estimating Climate Sensitivity: Report of a Workshop
The Carbon Dioxide Dilemma: Promising Technologies and Policies
Preparing for the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism: A Public Health Strategy
Planning the 2010 Census: Second Interim Report
The Emergency Manager of the Future: Summary of a Workshop -- June 13, 2003, Washington, DC
Federal Funds for Research and Development, Detailed Historical Tables: Fiscal Years 1951-2002
Swell Software Crafts Artificial Clouds in Real-Time
Dear Colleague Letter: Science and Engineering Infrastructure for the 21st Century: The Role of the National Science Foundation
The National Medal of Science 2004
DEADLINES OF INTEREST:
October 20, 2003: CISE Research Infrastructure Program
November 1, 2003: PARALLEL ALGORITHMS *
Advanced Computational Research Program Announcement
November 3, 2003: Information Technology Workforce
November 7, 2003: CISE Next Generation Software Program (NGS)
December 3, 2003: Embedded and Hybrid Systems (EHS)
December 3, 2003: Trusted Computing (TC)
VACANCIES OF INTEREST:
Computer Scientist (Program Director), AD-1550-4 (Closes: 10/23/2003)
Program Director for Cyberinfrastructure Program, AD-1550-4, CISE (Closes: 10/23/2003)
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