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POLICY, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION — ELEVENTH THEMATIC TRACK FOR ICEGOV 2017

Government of India with UNESCO and the United Nations University's unit on policy-driven electronic governance (UNU-EGOV) are organizing the 10th  edition of ICEGOV – The International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance – in March 2017, in New Delhi.

The objectives of the ICEGOV series resonate with the participative and inclusive ethos and intent of our FLAGSHIP DIGITAL INDIA PROGRAMME, which, under the guidance and leadership at the highest levels in the country, has amplified the focus on e-governance with major thrusts on infrastructure for electronic connectivity, access to e-services in real time, and digital empowerment of citizens.

ICEGOV events feature rich academic, capacity-building and network programme of keynote lectures, plenary discussions, paper tracks (that include tutorials, paper sessions and workshops), thematic sessions, invited sessions, poster exhibitions, and doctoral colloquia, all built from submitted or invited contributions by researchers and experts from around the world.

ICEGOV2017 invites submissions of original work including research, experience or both, not published or considered for publication elsewhere, that contribute to the conference theme “Building Knowledge Societies - From Digital Government to Digital Empowerment”. The submissions can be targeted at one of the several defined tracks.

POLICY, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Several governments around the world have done much to leverage IT to deploy e-government services, but much more still needs to be done about how best to adopt already-existing technologies and practices, and targeted research efforts for helping government and its suppliers address challenging new requirements. The Policy, Research and Innovation track examines the emerging visions for e-government in research and practice, the technologies required to implement them, and approaches that can be taken to accelerate innovation and the transition of innovative information technologies from the laboratory to operational government systems.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Conceptual and practical boundaries of the Digital Government field
  • Cybersecurity assessment of critical information infrastructure
  • Design approaches for Digital Government solutions
  • Digital Government and Knowledge Societies transition
  • Digital Government and Sustainable Development Goals
  • Digital Government at local, state and national levels
  • Digital Government education, knowledge and competencies
  • Digital Government in developing countries
  • Digital Government innovation systems and management
  • Digital Government measurement systems and approaches
  • Digital Government research agenda and roadmaps
  • Digital Government research foundations – interdisciplinary approaches, methods and frameworks, theories and standards
  • Digital Government transformation and change management
  • Knowledge Societies measurement systems and approaches
  • Open data and open source policies and institutional mechanisms
  • Open data impact on government policymaking
  • Policies and strategies for Digital Government
  • Policies and strategies for e-Democracy
  • Policies and strategies for e-Participation
  • Public policy issues and Digital Government

For more information, please visit the following links:

Papers can be also submitted to the Doctoral Colloquium and as Posters:

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE & CATEGORIES.

ALTERNATE LINK.

FIRST PUBLISHED ON 30-Sep-2016 (Calling for attention on cast date for paper submissions)
REVISION PUBLISHED ON 14-Oct-2016 (Highlighting record breaking paper submissions)

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