Projects

  ACTion Alexandria is comprised of a range of community members and non-governmental organizations in Alexandria, Virginia, working in conjunction with city agencies. The goal of ACTion Alexandria is to develop online resources to promote community participation and harness community problem-...
If you are interested in applying to the current scholarship program more information can be found at http://egov.umd.edu. In Fall 2009, the Center for Library & Information Innovation received a Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services...
This project is an effort to explore how best to bring together government agencies and public libraries. The project will also establish a set of best practices for the collaboration between government agencies and public libraries in the provision of e-government services to the public, which...
iPAC is home to two prestigious, peer-reviewed scholarly journals in the field of library and information science.  Library Quarterly is co-edited by iPAC co-directors John Bertot and Paul Jaeger. Since 1931, Library Quarterly has maintained its commitment to scholarly research in all areas of...
 True Government Transparency is a project with the aim of making government information not merely available, but collectively searchable and intuitively organized.  Toward this end, a Wiki has been created with categorized links to hundreds of portals to government databases, each thoroughly...