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ICEGOV 2013 (22 - 25 October, Seoul) Call for papers

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ICEGOV 2013

7th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance

“Beyond 2015 – Smart Governance, Smart Development”

22 - 25 October 2013, Seoul, Republic of Korea- IMPORTANT DATES

First Submission Deadline    22 July 2013 (new)
Notification Deadline        12 August 2013 (new)
Final Submission Deadline    26 August 2013 (new)
Author Registration Deadline 2 September 2013

 

3.      CALL FOR PAPERS
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ICEGOV2013 invites submissions of original work, not published or considered for publication elsewhere, that contribute to the theme of the conference “Beyond 2015 – Smart Governance, Smart Development”.

Like previous ICEGOV conferences, we welcome papers that focus on the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to transform the working of government, and its relationships with citizens, businesses and other non-state actors; how to design, implement, operate and sustain this transformation (its “mechanics”); and how to achieve not only “better government” but “smart governance”. Unlike previous ICEGOV conferences, we especially welcome submissions that address not only the “mechanics” but the “value” of this transformation: how through “smart governance” government organizations can partner with citizens, businesses and other non-state actors to pursue “smart development” and to advance public policies post-2015.

The papers can be submitted to six specific tracks, and one emerging topics tracks:

1. Building Smart Government – How can government organizations, supported by ICT, work together across different sectors and levels of public administration to ensure high degree of policy coherence at the global, regional, national and sub-national levels?

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Benefit Management
- Collaborative Government
- Government Information Leadership
- Green Government
- Human Resource Management
- Knowledge Management in Government
- Knowledge Retention
- Lean Government
- Mobile Government
- Performance Management
- Technological Culture
- Transformation and Change Management
- Transformative Government
- Whole-of-Government

Chair: Theresa PARDO

2. Governing through Networks – Facing lack of capacity and confidence in the ability of a centralized state to address public needs, how can governments, supported by ICT, work with citizens, businesses and other non-state actors to pursue rights-based, equitable and sustainable development?

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Access and Accessibility
- Connected Governance
- Contract Management
- Crowd Sourcing
- Digital Divide and Digital Culture
- Government as a Platform
- Identity Management
- Information Sharing
- Interoperability
- Public-Private Partnerships
- Regulatory Government
- Social Media and Government
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Universal and Mobile Access

Chairs: Sehl MELLOULI and Adegboyega OJO

3. Policy and Governance Innovations – Policy-making is fundamentally changing by utilizing new technologies. Recognizing the diversity of contexts and challenges existing within and among countries and guided by the principles of human rights, equality and sustainability, how can ICT-enabled innovations in policy and governance be transferred and adapted to local settings?

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Adaptive Policy
- Comparative Research
- Data Licensing
- e-Consultation
- e-Legislation
- New Policy Tools and Instruments
- Open Innovation
- Policy Modeling and Impact Assessment
- Policy Modeling and Simulation
- Public Sector Innovation
- Public Sector Innovation Management
- Public Sector Innovation Transfer
- Technology Adoption and Diffusion
- Visualization Methods and Tools

Chairs: Natalie HELBIG and Marijn JANSSEN

4. Smart Governance for Smart Industries – How can Smart Governance establish the foundations for Smart Industries in health, education, economy, finances, environment and other sectors to promote inclusive socio-economic development, environmental sustainability, and peace and security?‎

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Big Data
- Big Data Analytics
- Business Process Integration
- Business Process Reengineering
- Cloud Business
- Decision Support Systems
- e-Procurement
- Innovative e-Business Models
- Legal and Regulatory Compliance
- Privacy, Security and Sensitive Data
- Service Mashups
- Service Science
- Supply, Demand and Value Chains
- User Behavior Modeling

Chairs: Wojciech CELLARY and Antonio CORDELLA

5. Smart Governance for Smart Societies – How can Smart Governance establish the foundations for Smart Societies that actively work to reduce situations of conflict, hunger, insecurity and violence, and pursue better life for all members with sustainable patterns of production and consumption?

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Citizen Co-Creation
- Digital Cities and Regions
- e-Business Models for Social Entrepreneurship
- Education, Training and Digital Skills
- Emergency and Disaster Response
- ICT Against Exploitation and Marginalization
- Managing Social Tensions with ICT
- Mobile Public Services
- Online Conflict Resolution
- Online Deliberation and Discourse
- Participatory Governance
- Public Value
- Smart Citizens, Smart Communities
- ICT-Enabled Pursuit of Social Missions

Chairs: Susana FINQUELIEVICH and Jeremy MILLARD

6. Ethics, Transparency and Accountability – How can ICT enable citizens to demand (and receive) high standards of ethics, transparency and accountability from their government to bolster responsive public policy, ensure high levels of public sector performance and prevent corruption?

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Accountability Frameworks
- Digital Accountability and Transparency Acts
- Expose, Investigate and Disseminate Services
- Increasing Transparency through ICT
- Internet Censorship
- Law Compliance and Enforcement
- Open Government
- Social Responsibility
- Transparency and Accountability
- Transparency in International Aid
- Transparency Metrics
- Transparency versus Performance
- Transparency versus Privacy
- Trust and Confidence

Chair: John BERTOT

7. Emerging Topics – Submissions that address other aspects of Smart Governance, Smart Development and how Smart Governance can facilitate Smart Development.

Current emerging topics mini-tracks include but are not limited to the following:

7.1. Working Smarter for Government - The nature of work is changing as applications of ICT increase and government workers are no exception to this trend. This emerging topics mini-track will focus on stimulating new perspectives and innovative research on the relationship between ICT and changing nature of work within and for government organizations. The mini-track welcomes conceptual, quantitative, qualitative, behavioral, economic, technical and other contributions.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Digital versus traditional governance behavior
- Different facets of digital government and  governance
- Intertwining of virtual work and teams in government
- Re-organization of government functions
- Changes in hiring patterns of government workers
- Temporal structuring of government workers
- Policies and participation in digitally-mediated government work
- Engaging citizens via social media
- Crowdsourcing in digital governance
- Open government data for business access
- New forms of collaboration within government functions and with citizens
- New forms of individual and team-level work control

Chair: Jungwoo LEE

7.2. Open Government Data - Open Government Data refers to data that is either produced or managed by the government, and which is made openly available to citizens, businesses and other third parties. It is a natural evolution of the principle of proactive publication of public information under the Freedom of Information Acts. This mini-track will explore the use of Open Government Data towards more open (transparent, participatory and collaborative) government.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Chief Data Officer Positions
- Data Opening Models
- Impact of Open Government Data
- Linked Data Assets
- Open Data Communities
- Open Data Ecosystems
- Open Data Platforms
- Open Government Data as a Market
- Open Government Data as a Movement
- Open Government Data as a Policy
- Open Government Data as a Right
- Open Government Data Initiatives
- Open Government Data versus Open Government
- Proactive Release of Government Data

Chair: to be announced

7.3. Governing Ageing Societies – ICT has to potential to help governments provide public services and implement public policies aimed at assisting individuals in fulfilling their age-related needs, in enabling good aging, and in providing relief to families and the society in taking care of their elderly members. This mini-track will focus on the development and utilization of ICT and ICT-enabled governance for aging societies including technical, organizational and policy issues.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

- Emergency Assistance
- Experience and Knowledge Sharing
- Healthy Lifestyle Intervention
- Inter-Generational Relationships
- Localization and Positioning Assistance
- Medication Assistance
- Modeling Life Settings and Life Scenarios
- Monitoring of Chronic Diseases
- Personal Activity Management
- Remote and Self Health Monitoring
- Smart Homes
- Social Events Management

Chair: Toshio OBI

8. Doctoral Colloquium – Submissions are welcome from doctoral students on any topic related to the theme of the conference. The submissions may include thesis plans, approaches and methods to pursue research goals, scientific and technical challenges encountered and emerging research results. Presentations of student work will be particularly aimed at providing feedback and building virtual research teams including students, academics and practitioners.

Chair: Elsa ESTEVEZ






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