International Conference on e-Government (ICEG 2005)

Venue: Lord Elgin Hotel

Location: Ottawa, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 27, 2005 End Date/Time: Oct 28, 2005
Registration Date: Oct 24, 2005
Early Registration Date: Aug 12, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: May 25, 2005
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Not only is interest in e-Government continuing to grow and extend within the public service sector, but new issues – such as e-Democracy (including e-Voting) and e-Politics – are evolving. These issues are relevant to government at all levels including local, provincial, central or federal government and also at the supranational level such as the European Union. 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) 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 life easier for the citizen by transforming government processes, providing community leadership, enabling economic development and renewing the role of government itself in society.


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Topics: Applications of e-Government, New ideas for improving Public Service efficiency and effectiveness, The case for e-Government – health, education, homeland security, etc.e-Democracy and e-Voting, How technology can improve the democratic process, ICT and the case of deliberative democracy, Citizenship, How can e-Voting be made to work, Risks and advantages from e-Voting, Measuring e-Government performance, Economics of e-Government, Can benchmarking indicators be effective, What are the benefits of e-Government and how can these be measuredInnovative Organisational Change, Citizen to Government relationships, including citizen–centric services, Interoperability frameworks (National, Transnational), Private-public partnerships, Identity management – including authentication, trust and privacy, Cyber-security, Organisational culture, Skills development and leadership modelsCommunity engagement and economic development, Community networks and civic participation, Entrepreneurship and/or business applications All registration starts at £199