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Center for International Development signs Memorandum of Understanding with the National Assembly of Quebec


On March 31, 2015, the National Assembly of Quebec (NAQ) and SUNY Center for International Development signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which they will join forces to develop programming to promote legislative development around the world. This agreement brings together two preeminent leaders in legislative development.


Other Features

SUNY/CID Senior Associate Andrea Wolfe Selected for the President’s Excellence Award in Professional Service

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We are proud to announce that CID Senior Associate Andrea Wolfe has been selected for the University at Albany President’s Excellence Award in Professional Service, which recognizes those who have demonstrated superior professional achievement and have worked to improve their campuses and the State University of New York.


James Utermark Named Acting Director of SUNY/CID

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James Utermark has been named Acting Director of the Center for International Development at the University at Albany’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy. Jim joined CID in 2006 as Chief of Staff and has continuously directed the Center’s administrative operations, serving as Assistant Director and Acting Director and, generally, functioning as CID’s second in command.



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David Guinn: "Legislative Strengthening: An Annotated Bibliography" (pdf)

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Governance Information Bulletin

The GIB is a newsletter that draws attention to technical matters involved in strengthening political institutions and to broader issues of aid strategies, democracy assistance, public sector performance, and to countries and regions where SUNY/CID is working. Our most recent edition can be found here and the archive here.