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16th European Conference on eGovernment (ECEG 2016)

June 16-17, 2016

University of Ljubljana
Ljubljana, Slovenia

16th European Conference on eGovernment (ECEG 2016)

The 16th European Conference on eGovernment (ECEG 2016) will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on June 16-17, 2016.

The 16th European Conference on eGovernment (ECEG 2016) covers topics such as:

  • Challenges to e-Government
    • Technological limitations of citizenry
    • Cyber terrorism
    • How to increase take-up of e-Government services
    • Language issues, identity management – including authentication trust and privacy
    • The transition to e-Government for local governments
    • E-Government project failure
    • Semantics of transactions in e-Government, definitions and implementations
  • Applications of e-Government
    • The case for e-Government
    • New ideas for improving the public service efficiency and effectiveness
    • E-Government for young people
    • Comparison case studies in developing versus developed nations
    • Back-office implementation and internal adoption
    • G2G applications
    • E-Government in different fields – e-justice, e-health
    • EU e-Government policy
  • E-Government 2.0
    • Open access and e-Government
    • Impacts of Web 2.0 in e-Government, its implications in e-Government, success and failure stories and reasons, e-Government "mashups", citizen empowerment, evaluations and challenges for the future
    • Open data and e-Government
  • Interoperability
    • Dimensions of interoperability – technical, semantic, organizational
    • Enterprise architecture
    • Maturity models, barriers to implementation and key success factors
    • Governance of interoperability
    • Interoperability strategies
    • Interoperability frameworks
  • Measuring e-Government/Economics of e-Government
    • What are the benefits and economics of e-Government?
    • The case for e-Government - can benchmarking indicators be effective
    • Methodologies, tools and metrics for assessing the effectiveness of e-Government
    • E-Government success factors and inhibitors
    • Attaining social value from electronic government
    • The role of e-Government in social and economic development
    • Measuring e-Government – what benchmarks should be used?
    • Political accountability
    • Web-based information quality
    • Payback periods
  • E-Democracy/e-Participation
    • Post-modern campaigning
    • How technology can improve the democratic process
    • Using blogs and wikis to enhance participation
    • ICT and the case of deliberative democracy
    • Setting an e-Democracy agenda at government level
    • E-Government as an enabler of public sector reform
    • Citizen trust in online participation and dialogue
    • Citizens` wider access to ICTs, and the skills and means to generate and distribute content
    • Conceptualising public value
    • The design of audience-specific consultative processes
    • Exploiting the learning and communicative potential of emerging online tools and new media forms (games, blogs, wiki, G3 mobile communications)
    • Deciding the correct balance between online and offline citizen/government, citizen/citizen interactions
  • Additional topics
    • Knowledge management/intellectual capital in local/national government
    • Entrepreneurial processes in the information society
    • Penetration/use of open-source solutions in public sector
    • E-I - intelligent use of systems in government
    • Shared services in public service delivery - the way forward
    • Leading change in public service organisations
    • Information management strategies within the public sector
    • Multi-Agency/partnership working
    • Decision support systems
    • Scenario building
    • Strategic leadership
    • Single European information space
    • Hierarchical government processes
    • Document management systems
    • Mobile Government
    • Can e-Government learn from e-Business?
    • The role of the CIO in promoting e-Government
    • E-procurement
    • Smart cities
  • Legal, agency, trust and governance issues in e-Government
    • Trust charters in e-service delivery
    • The equilibrium between actors in e-Government transactions, on issues of trust that may be expressed or understood between such actors, on legal issues promoting or inhibiting the adoption of e-Government models or measures, or on IP issues of open standards use in e-Government and their consequences on applications built upon e-ID or other e-Government models, such as in procurement
University of Ljubljana
Faculty of Administration Gosarjeva ulica 005
12 Kongresni Trg,
Ljubljana,
Slovenia
210-690 Pound Sterling   (Early registration date: April 7, 2016)
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