Kristine Kelly is the research associate at the Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany, State University of New York. CTG is a university-based research center focused on the application of information technology to the practical problems of information management and service delivery in the public sector. As research associate, Kristine leads best practices research and develops and implements research designs to support the evaluation of IT applications across a wide range of programmatic areas. She played a key role in the New York State GIS Cooperative Project, a project conducted to identify mechanisms to support the development and increased sharing of digital spatial data in New York State. Additionally, Kristine was staff to the New York State Temporary GIS Council. She is also a member of the NYS Disaster Preparedness Commission's Hazard Mitigation Committee which is focused on the integration and use of information from a multitude of state and local government agencies to support vulnerability assessment and disaster mitigation. Kristine is managing the research for the NHPRC-funded Models for Action project and has been working with project staff from the New York State Archives and Records Administration in the development of practical tools to support the management of electronic records in networked computing environments.
Kristine is also a doctoral candidate in the Information Science doctoral program at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy with a primary specialization in group decision support systems and a secondary specialization in geographic information systems. She also has an MBA from the University at Albany with a concentration in management science and information systems.
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16 June 1997