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Who to Contact
 

Valerie J. Gregg
Program Manager, Digital Government Consortium
Experimental and Integrated Activities Division
Computing and Information Sciences and Engineering Directorate
National Science Foundation


Lawrence E. Brandt
Program Manager, Digital Government
Experimental and Integrated Activities Division
Computing and Information Sciences and Engineering Directorate
National Science Foundation

Government Agencies

Need to learn more about the digital government research program and the merits of collaborating with academic information technology researchers? dg.o recommends attending the monthly Digital Government Consortium meetings and technology exchanges. See the dg.o calendar of events for more information about scheduled meetings and events.

Another option for finding information technology researchers that are seeking government partners for collaboration, is to fill out an eCard that provides an overview of agency research interests. dg.o will use this information to find potential research collaborators for you and make appropriate introductions.

Government agencies that want to join the Digital Government Consortium have several options for becoming members:

  • Agencies are encouraged to attend meetings and events operated by one or more members of the dg.o partnership.
  • An agency can become a member of the Digital Government Consortium by entering into an Interagency Agreement with the National Science Foundation's Digital Government Research Program.
  • All agencies that contribute resources to any one of the digital government grants already awarded by the NSF Digital Government Research Program are automatically members of the Digital Government Consortium. For more information about each digital government grant, see Projects and/or Institutions.