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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

Academic Researchers

Upon receiving a Digital Government award or other NSF awards with government partners, researchers automatically become members of the dg.o partnership. Academic researchers can use dg.o to find government agency partners to collaborate with in the development of research proposals for the NSF's Digital Government Research and other NSF research programs by completing an eCard. dg.o will use this information to find potential government collaborators and make appropriate introductions.

Industry Researchers

Industry-academic research partnerships are typically formed during the creation of the research proposal. However, a more direct industry-NSF digital government partnership can be explored on a case by case basis. Industry researchers can use dg.o to find academic partners to collaborate with in the development of research proposals for the NSF's Digital Government Research and other NSF research programs by sending us an eCard. dg.o will use this information to find potential academic collaborators and make appropriate introductions.