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LATEST PROGRAM NEWS:
New Digital Government projects database now online: Users of DigitalGovernment.org can now browse more than 250 profiles of Digital Government-funded research projects, institutions and researchers. (Look under Research on the dg.o home page.)
Search tools allow you to find detailed information on specific grants and researchers and - in many cases, browse online demos and home pages for the projects themselves.
In coming weeks, PIs will be empowered to log on and edit their personal profiles to add photos, additional contact information, URLs and invitations for collaboration.
Directory of key government CIOs now online:
We have compiled a list of email addresses for chief information officers and IT leaders at most of the major federal departments and agencies.
Digital Government proposal deadline approaching:
November 7, 2002 is the deadline for submitting full research proposals to the Digital Government program. Details may be found here:
OTHER DEADLINES OF INTEREST:
January 13, 2003:
Biological Databases and Informatics
October 21, 2002:
CISE Research Infrastructure Program
November 1, 2002:
CISE Next Generation Software Program (NGS)
November 1, 2002:
Advanced Computational Research Program Announcement
November 4, 2002:
CISE Educational Innovation
November 18, 2002:
Information Technology Research - PRE-PROPOSALS FOR LARGE PROJECTS
December 4, 2002:
Embedded and Hybrid Systems (EHS)
December 4, 2002:
Trusted Computing (TC)
December 12, 2002: PROPOSALS FOR SMALL PROJECTS
Information Technology Research
November 8, 2002: LETTER OF INTENT DEADLINE
December 18, 2002: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service
January 31, 2003:
Information Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST)
December 31, 2002:
Alan T. Waterman Award
NEW ONLINE PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST:
Responding to the Unexpected
Report of the Workshop Held in New York City, February 27ĞMarch 1, 2002 - Yigal Arens and Paul Rosenbloom, USC/ISI:
Digital Government (Recent uploads to the Digital Government Library):
"Towards an operational semantics of biological diversity: integrating structure and function in a web-accessible knowledge base" - Fernando Villa, Marta Ceroni, Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont
Progress report, Sept. 2002:
Undersea Data Network Planned for Monterey Bay [pr0276]
National Academy Press:
Estimating the Public Health Benefits of Proposed Air Pollution Regulations
Analysis of Engineering Design Studies for Demilitarization of Assembled Chemical Weapons at Blue Grass Army Depot
National Academies' Transportation Research Board:
"Public Transportation Security Volume 1: Communication of Threats: A Guide"
This Transit Cooperative Research Program report includes approaches to sharing of threat information and strategies for sharing analyzed and unanalyzed reports of suspicious activities.
"Technologies to Improve Consideration of Environmental Concerns in Transportation Decisions"
This National Cooperative Highway Research Program report includes material to improve the understanding of environmental issues involved in transportation planning.
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We welcome submissions of all Digital Government-related papers, material and information for inclusion in the dgOnline newsletter, and on DigitalGovernment.org.
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