Evento - 10th IFIP EGOV 2011 Delft, The Netherlands

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10th IFIP e-government conference (EGOV) 2011
29 August - 1 September 2011; Delft, The Netherlands
    (co-located with the 3rd ePart conference) 
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    The 10th annual international IFIP e-government conference is the European core conference in the study domain, which presents the state of the art in e-government and e-governance. Since its beginnings in 2001, the EGOV conference has provided important guidance for research and development in this fast-moving domain of study. IFIP’s EGOV conference has grown to one of the top three conferences in the domain besides the HICSS e-government track and the Digital Government Society’s dg.o conference in North America. In 2010, EGOV became a full IFIP conference organised by the IFIP Working Group 8.5 on information systems in the public sector.
    The IFIP e-government conference brings together leading researchers and professionals from across the globe and from a number of disciplines. Over the years, the interest in this domain of study has steadily increased. The 2010 IFIP EGOV and ePart conferences have attracted more than 150 participants from all continents including developing countries. IFIP EGOV has accepted 36 contributions in completed research, 31 contributions in ongoing research, 3 panels and 3 workshops. Also, the second editor-in-chief roundtable with representatives of five key journals in the field and a PhD colloquium were held. For further details see the conference site of IFIP EGOV 2010.
    E-government research has demonstrated its relevance to practice and consequently has influenced and shaped government strategies and implementations. Conversely, e-government practice has inspired e-government research. A wide range of topics has received scholarly attention. In recent years, the assessment and evaluation of e-government projects, the foundations of e-government as a research discipline, integration and interoperation in government, transformation, organizational change, citizens at the center, adoption and diffusion, and the role of information and communication technology for development rank among leading topics on the research agenda.
    For the IFIP e-government conference 2011 we seek contributions that include but are not limited to:
  • Foundations of e-government and e-governance research
  • Future directions in research and practice of ICT in the public sector
  • Research theories and frameworks for public sector modernization with the support of ICT
  • Research methods, method integration and techniques
  • Designing and assessing systems for the public sector: innovative cases and systems
  • ICT usage, acceptance and performance of technology-supported public sector activities: methods and contemporary case analyses
  • Open government, transparency, and collaboration
  • Open innovation, innovation management, transformation and change management, and complexity management in shaping public sector advancements
  • Crowdsourcing in government
  • Evaluation and benefits management
  • Stakeholders collaboration in government modernization: Stakeholder-driven public sector reengineering
  • Participative governance and policy modeling
  • Legal compliance, legal shaping and legal impact of innovative government services provision
  • Mobile services and methods in government
  • Cloud computing and social networks in the public sector
  • Information Infrastructure, Information preservation, information management, and information access
  • Trust and privacy in e-government
  • Open source and free software
  • Interoperability, architectures and standards in networked government
  • Knowledge management, information sharing, semantics, and ontologies
  • Emergency and disaster response management
  • Retaining public sector experiences
  • Education, human resources, training courses, and curricula
    The IFIP e-government conference 2011 hosts four distinct formats of contributions:
  • Completed research papers (max 12 pages, published in LCNS Springer )
  • Ongoing research and innovative projects (max 8 pages, published in Trauner or similar)
  • Workshops and panels on pertinent issues
  • PhD colloquium submission 

These formats encourage scientific rigor and discussions of state of the art in the study domain, but also welcome innovative research approaches, work in progress, and studies of practical e-government or e-governance projects along with reports on system implementations. Prior to the conference (Monday August 29), a PhD student colloquium will be held providing doctoral students with an international forum guided by senior scholars for presenting their work, networking opportunities and cross-disciplinary inspiration.
    We seek innovative and scholarly sound contributions. Accepted papers of completed research will be published in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Ongoing research and project papers will be published in Trauner proceedings (or similar). Read more about the submission guidelines and review criteria on the conference website:

    The IFIP e-government conference will be co-located with ePart, the third International Conference on electronic participation (ePart), which will be dedicated to topics on e-participation and e-democracy. ePart will take place slightly overlapping with the IFIP e-government conference at the same venue. Participants registering for one conference can also attend the other conference.
    Submission of papers:  3 March 2011
    Submission of workshop/panel proposals:  15 April 2011
    Submissions to PhD colloquium:  15 May 2011
    Notification of acceptance for papers:  30 April 2011
    Notification of acceptance for workshops/panels: 15 May 2011
    Camera-ready papers of completed research:  31 May 2011
    Camera-ready papers of ongoing research:  15 June 2011
    Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    Jochen Scholl, University of Washington, USA
    Yao-hua Tan, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Maria A. Wimmer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
    Roland Traunmüller, University of Linz, Austria
    Sharon Dawes, Center for Technology in Government, USA
    Björn Niehaves, European Research Center for Information Systems, Germany

    Ashraf Hassan Abdelwahab, Deputy to the Minister of State for Administrative Development, Egypt
    Suha AlAwadhi, College of Social Sciences, Kuwait University, Kuwait

    Vincenzo Ambriola, University of Pisa, Italy
    Kim Norman Andersen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
    Rex Arendsen, University of Twente, The Netherlands

    Yigal Arens, Digital Government Research Center, University of Southern California, USA

    Karin Axelsson, Linköping University, Sweden
    Molnar Balint, Corvinus University, Hungary
    Frank Bannister, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Karine Nahon, University of Washington, USA
    Victor Bekkers, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

    Lasse Berntzen, Vestfold University College, Norway
    John Bertot, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

    Melanie Bicking, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
    Dana Boldeanu, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
    Bojan Cestnik, Temida d.o.o., Slovenia
    Narciso Cerpa, Universidad de Talca, Chili
    Jean-Loup Chappelet, IDHEAP, Switzerland
    Yannis Charalabidis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Serge Chernyshenko, Khmelnitsky National University, Ukraine
    Wichian Chutimaskul, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

    Flavio Corradini, University of Camerino, Italy
    Ahmed M. Darwish, Minister of State for Administrative Development, Egypt
    Jim Davies, University of Oxford, UK
    Sharon Dawes, Center for Technology in Government, USA
    Rahul De', Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India

    Elsa Estevez, UN University Macao, China
    Enrico Ferro, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB), Italy
    Leif S. Flak, University of Agder, Norway
    Iván Futó, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
    Andras Gabor, Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration, Hungary
    Rimantas Gatautis, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
    J. Ramón Gil-García, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico
    Olivier Glassey, IDHEAP, Switzerland
    Dimitris Gouscos, Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Athens, Greece
    Luis Guijarro-Coloma, Technical University of Valencia, Spain
    M.P. Gupta, Department of Management Studies & Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    Helle Zinner Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
    Zahir Irani, Brunel University, UK
    Tomasz Janowski, United Nations University - IIST, Macau, China
    Arild Jansen, University of Oslo, Norway
    Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    Luiz Antonio Joia, Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil
    Ralf Klischewski, German University in Cairo, Egypt

    Bram Klievink, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    Trond Knudsen, Research Council, Norway
    Helmut Krcmar, Technical University of Munich, Germany
    Herbert Kubicek University of Bremen, Germany

    Christine Leitner, Danube University Krems, Austria

    Katarina Lindblad-Gidlund, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
    Miriam Lips, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

    Euripides Loukis, University of the Aegean, Greece
    Ann Macintosh, Leeds University, UK
    Alexander Makarenko, Institute for Applied System Analysis at National Technical University of Ukraine (KPI), Ukraine

    Gregoris Mentzas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Jeremy Millard, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
    Carl Erik Moe, University of Agder, Norway
    José María Moreno Jimenez, University of Zaragossa, Spain

    Björn Niehaves, European Research Center for Information Systems, Germany

    Peter Axel Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark
    Arvo Ott, eGovernance Academy, Estonia
    Monica Palmirani, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna C.I.R.S.F.I.D., Italy
    Theresa Pardo, Center for Technology in Government, USA
    Vassilios Peristeras, DERI, Ireland
    Rimantas Petrauskas, Law University of Lithuania, Lithuania
    Florin Pop, Centre for Advanced Studies on Electronic Services, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
    Reinhard Posch, Technical University of Graz, CIO of the Federal Government, Austria

    Andreja Pucihar, University of Maribor, Slovenia
    Peter Reichstädter, Federal Chancellery, Austria
    Nicolau Reinhard, University of São Paulo, Brazil
    Reinhard Riedl, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
    Tomas Sabol, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
    øystein Sæbø, University of Agder, Norway
    Hans Jochen Scholl, University of Washington, USA
    Jamal Shahin, Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
    Henk Sol, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
    Mauricio Solar, U. Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile
    Maddalena Sorrentino, University of Milan, Italy
    Witold Staniszkis, Rodan Systems S.A., Poland
    Ivar Tallo, United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Switzerland
    Efthimios Tambouris, University of Macedonia and CERTH/ITI, Greece

    Yao-Hua Tan, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    John Taylor, Glasgow University, UK
    A Min Tjoa, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
    Roland Traunmüller, University of Linz, Austria
    Tom van Engers, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Anne Fleur van Veenstra, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Vishanth Weerakkody, Brunel University, UK
    Silke Weiss, Federal Ministry of Finance, Austria
    Lidwien Wijngaerts, University of Twente, The Netherlands

    Maria A. Wimmer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
    Petra Wolf, Technical University of Munich, Germany
    Chien-Chih Yu, National ChengChi University, Taiwan