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Latest Program News:
Stendebach Leaves Rich Legacy
The departing DG program manager helped build new multidisciplinary research culture by forging strong ties between academia and government
CTG Publishes Guide on IT Strategy
"Making Smart IT Choices" offers plans and methods for savvy government IT decision-making
Can Digital Government Protect Your Identity?
New Harvard workshop report recommends best practices for privacy, authentication and identity management
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST:
ICPPIT03 Issues Call for Papers
The International Conference on Public Participation and Information Technologies is to meet in Cambridge in November. Deadlines are approaching.
NSF/NIH Invite Proposals for Developing Virtual Laboratories
Program seeks to develop tools and techniques to harness the unprecedented volume of data generated by collaborations among chemistry and biology researchers
PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST:
Dynamic Social Network Modeling and Analysis: Workshop Summary and Papers
Science and Engineering Infrastructure for the 21st Century: The Role of the National Science Foundation - A Report by the National Science Board
Nomination Packet for The National Medal of Science 2004
DEADLINES OF INTEREST:
Note - new Digital Government deadlines will be determined and announced shortly.
Digital Government Program, Full Proposals Due
October 8, 2003: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE DATE
Document NSF 02-156 can be found at:
October 20, 2003: CISE Research Infrastructure Program
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