4th International Conference on Methods, Technologies and Tools for e-Government (MeTTeG10)

Venue: Olten

Location: Olten, Switzerland

Event Date/Time: Jul 01, 2010 End Date/Time: Jul 02, 2010
Paper Submission Date: Mar 14, 2010
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The MeTTeG conference intends to bring together researchers and practitioners active in the area of electronic government with a focus on the role played by the information and communication technologies. It provides a forum for participants from different perspectives and disciplines to present innovative methodologies, technologies and tools, share experiences and lessons learned from case studies, and discuss challenges.

Public administrations made great effort to provide more sophisticated E-Government services, for example offering one-stop services and supporting personalisation. While strategies, methodologies and realisation of E-Government services vary significantly between the various actors and stakeholders, the alignment of IT with the processes and objectives of the service providers plays an increasing role in service management. A further challenge is how to enhance the dissemination, accessibility and acceptance of E-Government services by citizens and companies.

Topics of interest for the 4th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government include but are not limited to:

- One-Stop Government
- Distributed Services Provision and Management
- Theory and Formal Methods
- Verification and Validation
- E-Government Processes
- Re-engineering in Public Administration
- Services Integration
- Enterprise Architectures
- Business-IT-Alignment Modeling
- Pro-Activeness

- Mobile Public Services
- Multimedia
- Web Services
- Semantic Web Technologies
- E-Government Ontologies and Metadata
- Infrastructure
- Interoperability and Standards
- Emerging Technologies

- Portals
- E-Voting
- E-Procurement
- Knowledge Management, Public Information, Decision Process Support
- Assessment and Quality of Service
- Workflow Management Systems
- Electronic Identity


Submit papers via the Electronic Submission System provided by EasyChair:


Papers can have maximal length of 12 pages, including title page and bibliography. Please use the Word Template we provide.

All paper submissions will be reviewed.

Important Dates:

14 March 2010 Submission of Papers
30 April 2010 Notification of Authors
15 May 2010 Final Version