By increasing the research, expert, analytical potential in the IT field, we are strengthening the expert representation in specialized international organizations. Through the efforts of the team and partners of the Center, we stimulate network cooperation, create partnerships in the IT field at the national and international levels.
In anticipation of the III Youth Internet Governance Forum (Youth RIGF), the Center for Global IT-Cooperation, with the support of the Presidential Grant Foundation, has prepared a study “Youth in the IT Industry: professional realization, key growth points, importance for the country's development".
On September 15, 2022, the Center for Global IT-Cooperation (CGITC) held the roundtable “Cultural Heritage as a Focus Area for Digitalization: Preservation and Popularization of the Heritage of Humanity” at the ZIL Cultural Center.
The Center for Global IT-Cooperation (CGITC) participated in the Think20 (T20) pre-planned events held annually in the run-up to the G20 Summit. This year the summit will take place in October in Indonesia.
In February 2022, the U.S. Center for Security and Emerging Technology undertook an analytical study of issues related to the use of high-skilled foreign semiconductor workforce. Today, the Center for Global IT-Cooperation provides a summary of the analysis and measures taken by the U.S. to train professionals in microelectronics.
The analytical review contains information about the main approaches to data management at the junction of interests (interaction) between the state and large market players, including the regulation of the circulation of various types of restricted data, the main trends and strategies for the development of the data market of foreign countries, a general analysis of approaches to data market development; as well as recommendations for government agencies, industry organizations and businesses.
In August 2021, the Analytics Unit of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation has prepared brief comparative legal analysis of measures to counter the distribution of illegal (destructive) content on the Internet.
In April 2021, the Analytics Unit of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation has prepared the Overview of the International Experience in the Field of Regulation of Global Digital Platforms in National Jurisdictions. Partners of the Center within this project have been NEO Center Consulting and international consulting company Frost & Sullivan.