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May 12, 2004 @ 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific
Duration: 30 minutes
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Citrix Systems, Inc.
Conference on Politics and Information Systems: Technologies and
Applications (PISTA '04)
Orlando, Florida / USA | July 21-25, 2004
and Communication Technologies (ICT) are transforming our societies,
our governments, and other political systems, at a remarkable speed.
Government departments are seeing the importance of ensuring services
which are delivered electronically. Political parties are increasingly
using ICT in their political processes. Despite this fact, we find
a Dialogue of the Deaf (as John Harvey-Jones named it) between politicians
and the ICT community. Politicians need to understand the internet
much better and the ICT community needs to understand politics more
if this Dialogue of the Deaf is to be transformed in a mutual comprehensive
dialogue and in a synergic relationship. The purpose of PISTA '04
is to contribute with the bridging efforts done in order to get
an approach in the dialogue between both communities.
- Third Egov Conference within the DEXA Conference Framework
Zaragoza / Spain 30 August – 3 September, 2004
The EGOV Conferences
intend to assess the state of the art in e-Government and to provide
guidance for research & development in this fast-moving field.
The annual conferences bring together leading research experts and
professionals from all over the globe. EGOV04 in Zaragoza will build
on the success of the preceding EGOV Conferences in Aix and in Prague.
Contributions to the Third EGOV Conference are expected to mirror
current developments in e-Government and to address one or more
of the following topics:
- Frameworks and guidelines for e-Government and e-Governance
- e-Government policies, strategies and implementation
- Methods and tools for e-Government research
- e-Democracy and e-Voting
- One-stop Government, electronic service delivery, mobile services
- International and regional projects, case studies and best practice
- Sustaining administrative processes, collaborative activities,
- Trust and security: provisions and instruments, citizen cards,
- Knowledge management, public information, GIS (geographical information
- Interoperability and standards, semantic standardisation
- Change management and new organisational arrangements: public-private-partnerships,
- Legal, societal and cultural aspects of e-Government
- International dimensions: cooperation, comparisons, networks
- Teaching e-Government
Submission deadline: 1 February 2004
Notification of acceptance: 3 April 2004
Camera ready papers due: 15 May 2004