|DATE||27-30 October 2014|
As the post-2015 United Nations development agenda to guide the world community in the pursuit of inclusive and sustainable development is shaping up, a broad agreement is emerging that accountable public governance is a key enabler to such development, and that digital technology, by empowering citizens with access to vast amounts of governance- and policy-related data and the means to analyze and interpret such data, is a key enabler to accountable public governance. The main purpose of ICEGOV2014 is to explore research and policy implications and discuss way forward for technology-enabled and data-intensive public governance in the post-2015 world.
Submissions of original work – research papers, experience papers, poster papers and doctoral research papers – is welcome to six tracks:
Papers can be also submitted to the Doctoral Colloquium, or without choosing the destination.
|Submission Deadline||1 July 2014|
|Notification of Acceptance||8 August 2014|
|Camera-Ready Submission||1 September 2014|
|Author Registration Deadline||1 September 2014|
ICEGOV brings together:
to share the insights and experiences in EGOV theory and practice, and how EGOV can support public policy and sustainable development goals.