[dgOnline] - 3rd Call for Participation - dg.o 2006: Submission Extended Deadline: December 15, 2005
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3rd Call for Participation - dg.o2006
"Integrating Information Technology and Social Science Research for
San Diego, California, May 21-24, 2006
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2005 (extended from December 5, 2005)
The 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government
Research is a forum for the presentation and discussion of
interdisciplinary research on digital government and its applications
in diverse domains. Interested participants are invited to submit
research papers, system demonstrations, posters, and proposals for
tutorials and workshops for dg.o2006. This year, the conference will
* research on digital government as an interdisciplinary domain
that encompasses inquiry at the intersections of computing research,
social, political, and behavioral science research, and the problems
and missions of government agencies.
* unique partnerships of university researchers and government
* project highlights and outcomes of digital government research.
The conference is sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation
and the Digital Government Research Center (DGRC). This conference
also hosts the annual Principal Investigators (PIs) meeting of
Digital Government and Information Technology Research (ITR) managed
by the NSF’s Digital Government program.
Submissions may address any aspect of digital government research
including, but not limited to the following:
* IT-Enabled Government Operations: Evaluation of IT adoption in
government; Information technology adoption in government;
Information technology tools for government planning; Integration of
data and services; Interoperable data, networks and architectures;
Long-term preservation and archiving of government information;
Security, privacy, and information assurance.
* Citizen Interactions: Privacy and trust; Public participation
in democratic processes; Transparency and usability; Universal access
to information and services.
* IT Research: Collaboration tools; Cyberinfrastructure for
digital government domains; Digital libraries & knowledge management;
Geographic information systems; Information integration;
Interoperable data, networks and architectures; Large scale data and
information acquisition and management; Modalities, multimedia, and
human computer interface; Software engineering for large-scale
government projects; Technology transition & transfer; The semantic
web; The grid.
* Social Science Research: Digital democracy and governance;
Government processes and decision-making; Organization and
management; Public policy issues and implications.
* Government Application Domains: Criminal justice and law
enforcement; Crisis management, emergency response, and homeland
security; Ecosystems informatics for decision-making; Electronic
grants administration; Environmental management; Electronic
rulemaking; Federal statistics; Health and human services; National
and international digital government efforts and cooperation;
National infrastructure for community statistics; Transportation
systems & urban planning.
CONFERENCE SUBMISSION TYPES
* Research Papers (maximum of 10 pages).
* Student Research Papers (maximum of 10 pages).
* System Demonstrations (maximum of 2 pages).
* Posters (maximum of 2 pages).
* Birds-of-a-Feather (maximum of 2 pages).
*Tutorials (maximum of 1 page).
* Research Workshops (maximum of 2 pages).
CONFERENCE SUBMISSION SITE and TIMELINE
The conference submission site is: http://www.ctg.albany.edu/
dg.o 2006 Conference Submission Timeline
November 15, 2005 until December 15, 2005
(extended from December 5, 2005)
Conference submission site available
December 15, 2005
February 17, 2006
All other authors notified of review status
February 18, 2005
Workshop proposers notified of review status
March 3, 2006
Authors of all accepted submissions accept or decline invitation to
participate, presenting author identified
Camera-ready copy uploaded
Registration deadline for presenting author
All submissions must follow file format requirements of the
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Proceedings: http://
For up-to-date conference information please visit the conference Web
site at http://dgrc.org/dgo2006. For detailed inquiries please send
an e-mail to info at dgrc.org or contact one of the individuals listed
General Conference Co-Chairs: José A. B. Fortes, University of
Florida, fortes at ufl.edu; Ann Macintosh, Napier University,
A.Macintosh at napier.ac.uk
Program Co-Chairs: Judith Cushing, The Evergreen State College,
Judyc at evergreen.edu; Theresa Pardo, Center for Technology in
Government, University Albany/SUNY, tpardo at ctg.albany.edu
Workshop and Tutorial Chair: Stuart Shulman, University of
Pittsburgh, shulman at pitt.edu
Birds-of-a-Feather Chair: J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Center for Technology
in Government, University Albany/SUNY, jgil-garcia at ctg.albany.edu
System Demonstration and Poster Session Co-Chairs: Peggy Agouris,
University of Maine, peggy at spatial.maine.edu; Eduard Hovy, Digital
Government Research Center, University of Southern California,
hovy at isi.edu
Finance Chair: Yigal Arens, Digital Government Research Center,
University of Southern California, arens at isi.edu
Government Liaison: Lawrence Brandt, National Science Foundation,
lbrandt at nsf.gov
Communications and Outreach Chair: Valerie Gregg, Digital Government
Research Center, University of Southern California, vgregg at isi.edu
Publicity Chair: Chrystol Koempel, Digital Government Research
Center, University of Southern California, chrystol at isi.edu
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