12th European Conference on eGovernment - ECEG 2012
As governments seek to remodel and restyle their services, eGovernment continues to stir interest and attention. New dynamic issues such as eDemocracy, eCitizenship, interoperability, eIdentity and eVoting have become core elements in the development of public sector delivery. The multi-tier nature of e-Government, relevant at local, regional, and central government but also at the supranational level such as the European Union, makes it of importance to academics and practitioners alike. Vital questions are posed which link technological development and a streamlining of government services to more social based values of inclusion, accessibility and power relationship ratios.
eGovernment encompasses more than just technology – it challenges the way in which public sector service providers and citizens interact. Democratic renewal, the transformation of service delivery, community leadership and citizenship integration are all key elements of this fascinating subject. eGovernment is tightly related to legal, economical and organisational fields and as such holds a strong interdisciplinary status.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
- Applications of eGovernment
- Challenges to eGovernment
- eGovernment 2.0
- Measuring eGovernment/Economics of eGovernment
- Legal, agency, trust and governance issues in eGovernment
In addition to the main conference topics, the advisory group invite suggestions for six mini tracks:
- Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
- eJustice, eLaw and eTrust
- eGovernment interoperability
- Developing, implementing and managing Open Government Data,
- eTax and eRevenue Administration-Challenges facing Tax and Administrations in Recessionary Times
The call of papers is now closed. An outline programme may be found here while registration is available online.
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