ICEGOV2014 – Luis Moreno Ocampo, Former and First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, delivering his invited keynote speech ICEGOV2014 – Joaquim Cardoso da Costa, Secretary of State of Administrative Reform of the Portuguese Republic, opening the conference ICEGOV2014 – Conference participants ICEGOV2013 – Yu Jong Bu, Minister of Security and Public Administration of the Republic of Korea, opening the conference ICEGOV2013 – Conference participants ICEGOV2012 – David Ferriero, 10th Archivist of the United States of America, opening the conference ICEGOV2012 – Conference participants ICEGOV2011 – Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia, opening the conference ICEGOV2011 – Conference participants ICEGOV2010 – Ma Kai, Secretary-General of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, opening the conference ICEGOV2010 – Conference participants ICEGOV2009 – Alvaro Uribe, President of the Republic of Colombia, opening the conference ICEGOV2009 – Conference participants ICEGOV2008 – Ashraf Abdelwahab, Deputy Minister, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt, opening the conference ICEGOV2008 – Conference participants ICEGOV2007 – Mike Reed (former Director of UNU-IIST), Lau Si Io (Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Macao SAR Government) and Wu Zhiliang (President of Administrative Council, Macao Foundation), opening the conference ICEGOV2007 – Conference participants

Conference

PLACE

  • Hammamet, Tunisia

DATE

  • 3-5 November 2015

PATRON

  • High Patronage of His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Tunisia

ORGANIZERS

THEME

  • Transparent and Accountable Governance for Post 2015 Development – Towards Engagement and Collaboration

Theme

Inclusive and sustainable human development are at the center of the emerging United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda, as are the calls for stronger governance to enable:

  1. transparent and accountable institutions that are responsive to the needs of people, and
  2. meaningful participation of individuals and strong collaboration between the government and the governed in governance processes to tackle inequalities and promote social inclusion.

The main purpose of ICEGOV2015 is to explore how digital technology can advance such calls and discuss related research and policy implications.

Program

By Track:

  1. Open Data for Development
  2. Citizen Empowerment and Inclusion
  3. Ethics, Accountability, Transparency, Values
  4. Context-Specific EGOV and Policy Coherence
  5. Social Innovation and Transformation
  6. Institutional Effectiveness and Responsiveness

By Thematic Session:

  1. Intelligent Information Systems for Government
  2. EGOV and the Tourism Sector
  3. EGOV for Security and Urban Resilience

Doctoral Colloquium

Welcome

News


Submissions

  • Research papers: complete or ongoing research in one or more aspects of EGOV, with proven or potential capability to advance the state of research in the field;
  • Experience papers: completed or ongoing innovations in EGOV practice or policy with proven or potential capability to advance the state of practice in the field;
  • Poster papers: new ideas and initiatives with potential to advance the state of research and state of practice in the field;
  • Doctoral research papers: doctoral students describing their research related to the topics of the conference;
  • Tutorials: proposals for tutorials are welcome.

Publications

  • Conference proceedings are expected to be published by ACM Press
    ACM

 

 

  • Special issues of Government Information Quarterly (GIQ) are expected
  • Best paper awards

Dates

First Submission Deadline 1 July 2015
Notification Acceptance 7 August 2015
Scholarship Application To be announced
Scholarship Notification To be announced
Final Submission 14 September 2015
Early Registration To be announced
Late Registration To be announced

Actions

  • Register
  • Apply for Scholarship
  • Download Programme Framework
  • Download Call for Papers
  • Download paper template
  • Submit paper
  • Enquire

 

Program Chairs

SehlMellouliSehl MELLOULI
Laval University,
Canada
John Bertot John BERTOT
University of Maryland,
United States
elsaElsa ESTEVEZ
United Nations University,
Portugal

 

Series Coordinator

Tomasz JanowskiTomasz JANOWSKI
Head, United Nations University
Operating Unit on Policy-Driven Electronic Governance (UNU-EGOV)

 

Patron

 patron_icegov2015

Organizers

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Key Sponsors

 

Sponsors

 

Partners

laordec ctg_260_52 DGS Logo tunEgovSociety

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ICEGOV

Series

ICEGOV brings together:

  • researchers
  • policy makers
  • government officials
  • international civil servants
  • business and civil society leaders, etc.

to share the insights and experiences in EGOV theory and practice, and how EGOV can support public policy and sustainable development goals.

icegov_summary_report_07_14 ICEGOV Summary Report 2007-2013 (9 MB)

 

Publications

frontpage tunisia ICEGOV2015
PROCEEDING COVER 2014 copy ICEGOV2014
ICEGOV2013 ICEGOV2013
ICEGOV2012 ICEGOV2012
ICEGOV2011 ICEGOV2011
ICEGOV2010 ICEGOV2010
ICEGOV2009 ICEGOV2009
ICEGOV2008 ICEGOV2008
ICEGOV2007 ICEGOV2007
GIQ2011 GIQ2012
GIQ2011 GIQ2011
GIQ2010 GIQ2010