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The Rutgers-Newark Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity (CIMIC) has established the International Institute for Electronic Commerce (IIEC) in partnership with Concurrent Technologies Corp. (CTC) to conduct research and offer educational programs in the area of Electronic Commerce. This partnership is specified in an MOU between CIMIC and CTC.  

CTC, an independent nonprofit organization, serves as a national resource to the industrial base in achieving world-class agility and competitiveness. Through ongoing relationships with industry, government and academia, CTC executes research, development, deployment, training and education activities in the solution of problems for a broad range of clients. CTC provides technical leadership to achieve agile industrial performance through concurrent product and process design and development, environmentally conscious enhancements, information management, training and education.

In addition to the IIEC, CIMIC has also signed two memorandoms of understanding with the General Services Administration (GSA) and with the Samsung Data Systems, Inc. in Seoul Korea. The essence of the MoU's are to collaborate on research and industrial outreach in the area of EC and to provide internship and employment opportunities to our graduates in this area.

For more information on these institutes at CIMIC, please visit the CIMIC web page:



  1. Electronic Processes Initiatives Committee (EPIC) of the President's Management Council - June 30, 1999
  2. Electronic Commerce Conference: October 28, 1998, at 12-5:00pm, 106 Ackerson Video Conference Room
    The Future of Electronic Commerce and Its Impact on Your Business.
    October 21, 1998, at 8:30am, Franklin Institute,
    20th and the Parkway 3rd Floor Auditorium Philadelphia PA
  4. Interoperable infrastructures for distributed electronic commerce, David Jefferson, NIST, 2:00pm october 2, 1998 -- ECS LH5
  5. The Network Economy, Hal Varian, University of California, Berkeley, 1:00pm October 23, 1998.
  6. The MIT Club of Washington's Seminar Series for 1998-99 is focused on electronic commerce. It starts on Oct. 15, with subsequent dinner+speaker meetings each month through March. The first speaker on Oct. 15th is Prof. John Little from the MIT Sloan School. Call Ken Gordon on 301-469-9240 (e-mail: for information or register directly with Dave MclIwain, 10212 Windsor View Drive, Potomac, MD 20854 ($165 for MIT alums/guests and $190 for non-MIT) for the full dinner series. Full program is at