European Conference on e-Government (ECEG 2005)

Venue: University of Antwerp

Location: Antwerp, Belgium

Event Date/Time: Jun 16, 2005 End Date/Time: Jun 17, 2005
Registration Date: Jun 13, 2005
Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 31, 2005
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Description

Interest in e-Government continues to grow and extend within the public service sector and also new issues such as e-Voting, e-Democracy and e-Politics are evolving. All these issues are relevant at local government, central government and also at the supranational level such as the European Community. The interest in e-Government is at least in part driven by an agenda to radically transform the delivery of public services through the adoption of advanced information and communications technology (ICT) and also to make the whole process of government more effective. e-Government is clearly not only about technology – it is about reinventing the way in which public sector service providers and citizens interact. It is about enhancing the democratic processes and also about using new ideas to make lives easier for the citizen by transforming government processes, providing community leadership, enabling economic development and renewing the role of government itself in society.

Selected papers will be published in the Electronic Journal of e-Government

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Applications of e-Government New ideas for improving the Public Service efficiency and effectivenessThe case for e-GovernmentThe e-Voting issue How can e-Voting be made to workRisks and advantages from e-Votinge-Democracy How technology can improve the democratic processICT and the case of deliberative democracyMeasuring e-Government/Economics of e-Government The case for e-Government - can benchmarking indicators be effectiveWhat are the benefits and economics of e-Government.Innovative Organisational ChangeCitizen to Government relationships, including inter alia, citizen–centric services and e-Participation and the issue of European citizenshipInteroperability Frameworks (National, Transnational)Identity Management – including Authentication, Trust and Privacy. Submissions are also welcomed for mini-tracks on Legal issues for e-Government, Accessibility issues in e-Government and Economics of e-Government All registration prices start from £199