||About Professor Pardo
Dr. Theresa A. Pardo serves as Director of the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany, State University of New York, where she also holds research professor appointments in Public Administration and Policy and Informatics. Dr. Pardo is co-developer of the top ranked program in Government Information Strategy and Management offered by the Public Administration and Policy Department of Rockefeller College.
Under her leadership, the Center works closely with multi-sector and multi-disciplinary teams from the U.S. and around the world to carry out applied research and problem solving projects focused on the intersections of policy, management, and technology in the governmental context. With funding from organizations such as the U.S. National Science Foundation, Ford Foundation, U.S. Department of Justice, United Nations, World Bank, U.S. Library of Congress, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, SAP, Microsoft Corporation, and New York State, among others, Center work has broken ground in information and knowledge sharing, open government and open data, e-government, social media policy, and mobile technologies and human services delivery.
Dr. Pardo serves as Open NY Adviser to New York State's Governor Andrew Cuomo and was recently appointed Expert Advisor to the Open Data 500 Project. She serves as International Advisor to the E-Government Committee for the China Information Association and is President of the Digital Government Society, a global multi-disciplinary organization of scholars and practitioners interested in the development and impacts of digital government. Dr. Pardo serves on a number of national and international advisory and editorial boards, including the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV) conference series Advisory Committee ; Government Information Quarterly, the leading journal in the field of digital government; the U.S. Government Accountability Office Executive Council on Information, Management, and Technology; and the Data Center for Applied Research in Social Sciences at Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas (CIDE) in Mexico City. She is also a Senior Adviser to the Informatization Research Institution, State Information Center in China and is a member of the Board of Champions for the New York State Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) Girls Collaborative.
Dr. Pardo has published over 125 articles, research reports, practice guides, book chapters and case studies and is ranked among the top five scholars in her field in terms of productivity and citations to her published work. She has received numerous awards including best journal and conference paper awards for her published work, the University at Albany's Excellence in Teaching Award and the Rockefeller College Distinguished Service Award.
Dawes, S.S., Cresswell, A.M., & Pardo, T.A. (2009). From ‘‘Need to Know’’ to ‘‘Need to Share’’: Tangled Problems, Information Boundaries, and the Building of Public Sector Knowledge Networks. Public Administration Review 69(3), 392-402.
Harrison, T., Gil-García, J. R., Pardo, T. A.,& Thompson, F. (2007). Geographic Information Technologies, Structuration Theory, and the World Trade Center Attack. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(4), 2240-2253. Winner of the 2008 John Wiley Best JASIST Paper Award.
Pardo, T.A. & Tayi, G.K. (2007). Interorganizational Information Integration: A key enabler for digital government. Government Information Quarterly 24(4), 691-715
Pardo, T.A. & J. R. Gil-García. (2006). Understanding the Complexity of E-Government: Multi-method Approaches to Social Phenomena. International Journal on Computers, Systems and Signals (7)2, 3-17.
Gil-García, J.R. & Pardo, T. A. (2005). eGovernment Success Factors: Mapping Practical Tools to Theoretical Foundations. Government Information Quarterly, 22(1), 187-216.
Pardo, T.A. & Hrdinová, J. (2009). Enterprise Information Technology Requires Customized Governance. Public CIO.
Pardo, T.A. & Burke, G.B. (2005). Solving the Integration Puzzle. Public CIO.