egov Asia 2006 (egov2006)

Venue: Rama Gardens Hotels and Resorts

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Event Date/Time: Apr 25, 2006 End Date/Time: Apr 28, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2006
Paper Submission Date: Mar 30, 2006
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Asian countries are witnessing a dramatic change in their economy. So is the scene of e-Governance! Some countries are already topping the international charts of e-Governance, some have just begun their journey, while there are a few others who are yet to step into the e-Governance arena. The scope for these countries to learn from their advanced Asian neighbours is immense and opportunities are unbound. The present need is to create a common ground of equitable learning which facilitates a process of overall development of the region.

The Event
egov Asia 2006 - the Asian e-Government conference, aims to provide a knowledge-sharing platform and a forum for policymakers, practitioners, industry leaders and academicians of Asia-Pacific nations to carry forward the e-Government vision of the region and consolidate them into actionable program, through collaborative learning and partnerships.

Keynote Sessions
Eminent experts and senior government officers from various parts of Asia will discuss e-Government developments in their respective countries. The discussions will include but not limit to the following topics:
e-Government trends in Asia

e-Government strategies of Asian countries

Leadership reflections for e-Government
Main Tracks
Technology framework for e-Government

e-Administration to e-Services to e-Societies

e-Government strategic framework and future plans

e-Government case studies from Asian countries
Call for Papers
Individuals working in central/state government departments, national/international government agencies, bi-lateral/multi-lateral organisations, research and academic institutes, development organisations and NGOs and IT/Telecom companies involved with e-Government and/or public sector ICT projects, technology development, policy research, implementation etc. are encouraged to submit abstracts of original papers for presentation in the conference.

Abstract Submission: February 28, 2006
Abstract Acceptance: March 05, 2006
Full Paper Submission: March 30, 2006


Additional Information

For Registration Details log on to The Delegate Registration entitles the individual to participate in both egovAsia 2006 and Digital Learning Asia 2006 conference