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9th European Conference On e-Government ECEG 2009

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Start Date 29-06-2009 End Date30-06-2009
Venue Westminster Business School
City London Country United Kingdom
Category Information Technology, Policy & Management

Event Profile

The 9th European Conference on e-Government - ECEG 2009 presents an excellent platform for critical discussion of the latest research in the rapidly evolving field of e-government and e-governance. The 9th annual ECEG conference will be held at Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, London. The conference will focus on new dynamic issues such as e-democracy, e-citizenship, e-Identity and e-voting, which have become core elements in the development of public sector delivery. The conference attracts a large number of audiences including academics, government departments and practitioners in the public and private sector, from across the Europe.

The 9th European Conference on e-Government ECEG 2009 will focus on the various topics such as:
• New ideas for improving the Public Service efficiency and effectiveness
• The case for e-Government; Post-modern campaigning
• Comparison case studies in developing versus developed nations
• Cyberterrorism
• Technological limitations of citizenry
• Interoperability; Language issues, Identity Management – including Authentication, Trust and Privacy
• How to increase take-up of e-Government services
• The transition to e-Government for local governments
• How can e-Voting be made to work
• Risks and advantages from e-Voting; prototype m-Voting systems
• Validation and verification issues
• How technology can improve the democratic process
• ICT and the case of deliberative democracy
• Using Blogs and Wikis to enhance participation
• e-Government as an enabler of public sector reform
• Setting an e-Democracy agenda at government level
• What are the benefits and economics of e-Government?
• e-Government success factors and inhibitors
• Methodologies, tools and metrics for assessing the effectiveness of e-Government
• Legal, agency, trust and governance issues in e-Government
• Entrepreneurial processes in the information society
• Knowledge Management/Intellectual capital in local/national government
• e-I: Intelligent use of systems in government
• Leading change in Public Service organisations

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