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"Integrating Information Technology and Social Science Research for Effective Government"
The 7th Annual International Conference on Digital
Government Research is a forum for the presentation and discussion
of interdisciplinary research on digital government and its applications
in diverse domains.
|San Diego, California
May 21-24, 2006
|KEYNOTE SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS
|CALL FOR INTERNATIONAL WORKGROUPS
- Call for Proposals for International Working Groups
International working groups are a targeted way to encourage advances in DG research topics that cross national boundaries. Limited funds are available to support the establishment of 3-5 groups, to be competitively selected through a peer review process.
- To submit a proposal for an international working group, please download the Working Group Call for Proposals and the Working Group Budget Proposal Spreadsheet .
- Together, these documents detail the requirements, protocol, and deadlines for a proposal submission.
- Optional Expression of Interest - July 1, 2006
Full Proposal - 5:00 pm Tuesday August 22, 2006
Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|NEWS OF INTEREST:
University of Koblenz-Landau Summer Academy 2006
The Summer Academy aims at giving lectures on current research topics in English. Members of the University of Koblenz-Landau will offer their courses, and an accompanying program in regional culture is scheduled.
The faculty's attractivity for foreign students and young researchers will be increased since they will get an impression of teaching and research in Germany and particularly at our university.
This is also an offer to students of our numerous partner universities to participate in student exchange. Learn More
DG Society Announces North American Digital Society Officers
Sharon Dawes - President
Yigal Arens - Treasurer
Valerie J.Gregg - Secretary
Ed Hovy - President-Elect
Hans (Jochen) Scholl - Board Member
Robert T. Maslyn - Board Members
Costas Panagopoulos - Board Members
The constitutions were drafted by the Constitution Creation Committee, which included Eduard Hovy of DGRC and USC/ISI, Stuart Shulman of the University of Pittsburgh, and Theresa Pardo of CTG and the University at Albany, with input from the community. You may find the text of the approved constitutions at:
The Digital Government Society Mission statement reads:
The Digital Government Society (DGS) of North America is a multi-disciplinary organization of scholars and practitioners engaged in and committed to democratic digital government. Digital (or electronic) government fosters the use of information and technology to support and improve public policies and government operations, engage citizens, and provide comprehensive and timely government services. The DGS equips its members with a professional support network focused on both scholarship and effective practices that nurture technical, social, and organizational transformation in the public sector. The society welcomes members from all sectors, endorses diverse, multi-, and interdisciplinary research undertakings relevant to both theory and practice, and strongly encourages practitioner-researcher exchanges at local, regional, national, and international levels.
For more information, see: www.dgsociety.org.
DG-Related CFP's and Conference Announcements
E-Gov Track HICCS40 - Issues Call For Papers
Bled eConference - Call for Panels and Workshops
eChallenges e-2006 Conference & Exhibition - Issues Call for Papers
egov Asia 2006 Conference - Issues First Call for Papers
Int'l Conference on Legal, Security and Privacy Issues in IT - Issues First Call for Papers
|NSF Releases IT-Related Program Announcements|
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS - UPDATE:
Information and Intelligent Systems: Advancing Human-Centered Computing, Information Integration and Informatics, and Robust Intelligence
This solicitation replaces the following:
Information and Intelligent Systems: Advancing Collaborative and Intelligent Systems and their Societal Implications (NSF 05-551); and
Science and Engineering Information Integration and Informatics (NSF 04-528).
We anticipate similar deadlines in future years.
New deadlines are as follows:
Full Proposal Deadline(s) (due by 5 p.m. proposer's local time):
October 19, 2006 for Large Projects
November 02, 2006 for Medium Projects
December 06, 2006 for Small Projects
FULL DETAILS ARE LISTED AT:
APPLY FOR RESEARCH GRANTS
Digital Government program information
NSF / CISE Research Divisions:
Computing & Communication Foundations
Computer & Network Systems
Information & Intelligent Systems
Papers & Publications
Explore Digital Government Research Communities
VISIT RESEARCH CENTERS
Digital Government Research Center (USC / Columbia)
Center for Technology in Government (University at Albany)
National Center for Digital Government (Harvard)
USE ONLINE RESOURCES
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European Union - eGovernment Research & Development
Information Society Technologies Newsletter
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