International Conference on E-Governance and Digital Democracy (ICEGDD)
The International Conference on E-Governance and Digital Democracy is about the future of the public services, it's about greater efficiency, community leadership, mobile working and continuous improvement through innovation. EGovernance is about using technology to facilitate and support better planning and decision making. It is about improving democratic processes and transforming the ways that public services are delivered. It includes e-government, the efficiency agenda and mobile working.
The objectives of the Network are to stimulate ideas, encourage and support experience sharing, and to challenge existing ways of working. It is a new network that is building on and expanding the remit of the e-champions' Network that was formerly operated by the Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA).
Date: 24th March, 2013
Venue: Hotel Presidency, Bhubaneswar
Call for Papers:
You can submit your papers on the sub-themes mentioned below (indicative).
- Telecommunications (e.g. regulatory models and structures, universal service, digital divide, network neutrality, access charges, competition, etc.)
- Information society (e.g. knowledge production and distribution, e-readiness, quality of life metrics, e-government, e-commerce, etc.)
- Regulation and governance (e.g. statutes and amendments, regulatory issues, structure of regulatory agencies, etc.)
- Informatization (e.g. integrated views of information technology from an overall perspective)
- The role of ICT in public administration at the local, state, and national level, Public policy/e-policies issues in relation to e-Government, Ongoing research into issues such as the digital divide; ICT standards; diffusion and adoption of ICT in government, Implications of e-Government for governance structures, transparency and accountability
- Legal and policy implications of inter-organizational and public-private sector systems for government service delivery
- Ethical issues in the use of ICT in public administration, E-policy and governance challenges in developing countries
- National ID card and smart card debate and its implication and integration with other services
- Analyses of impacts and adoption of e-Government, e-Democracy, and e-Participation systems
- Access to government-held information
- National broadband plans
- Privacy, Security, Ethical issues of new technologies,
- Intellectual property
- Gender and information technologies, Community, Electronic media industries, Internet applications and services,
- Unserved and underserved Audiences
- Standards, Mobile technologies, e-Voting, Edemocracy, E-Participation
All accepted papers may be considered to published in the IOAJ Journal Bhubaneswar, India. All delegates registering with full conference fees will be given a complimentary copy of the same and will be published online at www.irnetexplore.ac.in.
In each track of the conference, one Best paper Presentation Award will be given to the scholars, based on the various criteria such as Content of paper, Originality of Paper, PPT preparation, Presentation style, and Handling Question & Answer.
- Last date for paper submission: 13th March, 2013
- Acceptance of Paper/Last date for registration: 16th March, 2013
- Last date for submission of full paper: 19th March, 2013
Please send your manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Litun Pradhan
Interscience Institute of Management and Technology, Bhubaneswar
P.O. Kantabada: Via. Janla: Dist. Khurda
Bhubaneswar - 752054, Orissa
Download Brochure, Registration Form, Instructions for Paper Writting