Meghan Cook Program Director, Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany/State University of New York
As Program Director, Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany/State University of New York, Meghan Cook leads innovation initiatives that build capability in public sector organizations and agencies throughout the world.
Through a unique and collaborative process, Meghan works side by side with international, federal, state and local government leaders to produce new knowledge and actionable results.
With over 18 years of experience working on public sector innovation efforts, Meghan is considered an expert in digital government transformation.
Meghan has published numerous research and practice articles detailing how organizational capabilities, information policies, management practices, and technology choices intersect to shape government operations and services. She is a highly sought speaker and facilitator, having delivered over 200 thought-leadership and strategy development sessions for government leaders all over the world.
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