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ECEG 2012
14-15 June, Barcelona, Spain
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Conference Programme -12th European Conference on e-Government



 

 

The programme for the conference is given below. A .pdf version of this early preliminary programme can be downloaded from the top of the At a Glance webpage


From early in December the titles of abstracts selected for submission as full papers will be listed on the Abstracts Selected page. We hope that this will help you see how valuable the conference will be for you to attend.

 

Thursday  14 June

 

Stream A thru  D

Streams E thru G

Posters and WIP

Friday  15 June

 

Stream A thru  D

Streams E thru F

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 13 June 2012

18:30

Welcome reception and early registration at the Roberto de Nobili Residence

Thursday 14 June 2012

9:00

Registration and Refreshments

9:30

Room: 103
Welcome from the conference Chair: Dr Tamyko Ysa, Institute of Public Governance and Management, ESADE

9:45

Room: 103
Keynote address:
Àlex Pelach, Director General, Head Office of Processes and E-Administration,Autonomous Government of Catalonia
E-Simplicity

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

Room: 105
Stream A:
Local Government
Chair: Magda Huisman

Room: 010
Stream B:  Mini track on e-Participation
Chairs: Mary Griffiths

Room: 108
Stream C: 
Mini track on Interoperability
Chair: Carlos E. Jiménez

Room: 112
Stream D:
Mini track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood &  Nataša Pomazalová

10:45

Implementation of a Contact Centre – a Local e-Government Initiative
Grundén Kerstin and Irene Bernhard, University West, Trollhättan, Sweden

Deliberation or Updating? The Case of Southern Stockholm Activists Online
Svensson Jakob, Karlstad University, Sweden

The Catalan Electronic Administration Model
Olivares Joan Anton, Miquel Estapé and Ignasi Albors, Catalonian Open Administration Consortium, Barcelona, Spain

Connecting the Majority, Getting Digital Dividends
Piaggesi Danilo, Fondazione Rosselli Americas, USA and Walter Castelnovo, University of Insubria, Como, Italy

11:15

E-government Among US Local Governments: Current Status and Recent Trends
Norris Donald, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Christopher Reddick, University of Texas, San Antonio, USA

Re-inventing Democracy with a Complex Adaptive Political Crowdsourcing Platform: the Interactive Voter Choice System
Firestone Joe, Knowledge Management Consortium International, Alexandria, USA and Henk Hadders, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Public Organization in the e-Government Era
Yildiz Mete, Hacettepe University, Turkey and Robert Agranoff, Indiana University, USA

Social and Technical Issues in Trusting e-Voting: A Case Study on Jordan
Nu' man Ashtarout, Petra University, Amman, Jordan

11:45

Opportunities and Limits of the Application of e-Government Solutions at Local Level in Romania
Matusescu Constanta, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania and Oana Raluca Glavan, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania

e-Democracy in Policies and Practices in a Transition Society: Country Cases from Slovenia and Estonia
Reinsalu Kristina, Estonian e-Governance Academy, Estonia and Ales Dobnikar, Ministry of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Exchange Formats for Office Documents: A Survey of Swiss Public Administrations
Glassey Olivier and José Formaz, IDHEAP, Lausanne, Switzerland

Identifying Citizen-demanded e-Government Services in Tanzania
Miyungire George, Government of Tanzania, Dodoma and Jim Yonazi, The Institute of Finance Management, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

12:15

Local e-Government in the City of Casey: Political Barriers to Citizen Engagement
Freeman Julie, University of Canberra, Australia

Evolving Substantive Notions of Representation: the SOWIT Deliberation Model
Liston Vanessa, Trinity College Dublin, Clodagh Harris, University College Cork, Mark O'Toole, Kilkenny County Council and Deidre Lee, Digital Enterprise Research Centre, Galway, Ireland

Managing e-Government Information Resources Using Faceted Taxonomies
Dadic Jovana, Marijana Despotovic-Zrakic, Dusan Barac, Lidija Paunovic and Aleksandra Labus, University of Belgrade, Serbia

e-Readiness and e-Government with Respect to Citizens’ Participation and Involvement: Towards a Citizens’ Inclusive e-Readiness Assessment Model
Moilamashi Moatshe Racious and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Room: 103
Stream A:
Local Government
Chair: Vanessa Liston

Room:
Stream B:  Mini track on e-Participation
Chairs: Mary Griffiths

Room:
Stream C: 
Mini track on Interoperability
Chair: Carlos E. Jiménez

Room:
Stream D: Mini track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood &  Nataša Pomazalová

14:00

Alignment Dynamics in e-Government: Behind the Scenes of Local Governments
Boudry Elke and Pieter Verdegem, University of Ghent, Belgium

Climate Change Policy in Australia: Contexts and Consultation on the Clean Energy Legislative Package (2011)
Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia

Platform as a Service API Ontology
Androcec Darko and Neven Vrcek, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Varazdin, Croatia

The South African User Experience Maturity Status for Website Design in Provincial Governments
Pretorius Marco and Andre Calitz, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

14:30

Determinants of User Acceptance of a Local e-Government Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)
Afonso Carlos, University of the Algarve, Portugal, Maria de la González, Universidad de Huelva, José Roldán and Manuel Sánchez-Franco, University of Seville, Spain

Social Media and Perspectives of Liquid Democracy: The Example of Political Communication in the Pirate Party in Germany
Litvinenko Anna, St. Petersburg State University, currently at Free University of Berlin, Germany

A Way to Overcome the Crisis in e-Government: Cooperation Among the Region and Local Authorities in Catalonia
Cerrillo-i-Martínez Agustí, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Implementing e-Government Projects: Challenges Facing Developing Countries
Moilamashi Moatshe Racious and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

15:00

Data Mining Solutions for Local Municipalities
Bakirli Gozde, OLGU Software Company, Derya Birant, Alp Kut, Dokuz Eylul University, Erol Mutlu, Levent Denktas and Dilsah Cetin, OLGU Software Company, Turkey

Increased Public Participation in Local Government Through the use of Mobile Phones: What Do Young South Africans Think?
Cupido Kevin and Jean-Paul Van Belle, University of Cape Town, South Africa

GIS and Interagency Decision Making: A Study of Child Services in South Dublin
Twynam-Muldoon Margaret, South Dublin County Council and Frank Bannister, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Knowledge Management: Critical Factors for Successful Implementation of e-Government Applications in Ghana
Tweneboah-Koduah Samuel, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Accra, Ghana

15:30

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

Room:
Stream A:
Local Government
Chair: Julie Freeman

Room:
Stream B:  Mini track on e-Participation
Chairs: Mary Griffiths

Room:
Stream C: 
Mini track on Interoperability
Chair: Carlos E. Jiménez

Room:
Stream D:
Mini track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood &  Nataša Pomazalová

16:00

The case of Implementing e-Government Systems in aLless Developed Region of the Western part of Romania
Giurgiu Adriana, University of Oradea, Romania

Building Sustainable e-Participation Strategies using Living Labs
Cleland Brian, Maurice Mulvenna, Brendan Galbraith, Jonathan Wallace and Suzanne Martin, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, UK

e-PRIOR: Enabling Pan European Interoperable Electronic Public Procurement
Tosetti Angelo, European Commission, Directorate-General for Informatics, Belgium

Exploring Different Levels of e-Governance  Development in Romania: Case study in Bihor County
Abrudan Maria-Madela, Tomina Saveanu and Anca Otilia Dodescu, University of Oradea, Romania

16:30

eGovernment in a Swedish Municipality – Change management in the planning process
Lundevall Kristina, Logica, Anette Hallin, Gothenburg University, Mikael Lagergren, City Council, City of Västerås and Magnus Wretlund, Logica, Sweden

Transforming Government Through e-participaton: Challenges for e-Democracy
Millard Peter, Kate Millard, Carl Adams, University of Portsmouth and and Stuart McMillan, McMillan Group Pty Ltd, Ormond, Australia

New Challenge to Fulfill e-Procurement Promises
Barahona Juan Carlos and Andrey Elizondo, INCAE Business School, Costa Rica

A New Population Targeted Survey Based Sampling Method (NPTSBS - Model)
Moilamashi Moatshe Racious and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

17:00

Barriers and Facilitators to e-Government in Spanish Municipalities: A Study Before and After the Recession
de Juana-Espinosa Susana, Enrique Claver-Cortés and Juan José Tari, University of Alicante, Spain

Regulation Room: Field-Testing an Online Public Participation Platform During USA Agency Rulemakings
Farina Cynthia, Josiah Heidt, Mary Newhart, Cornell University, USA and Joan-Josep Vallbé, University of Barcelona, Spain

Selecting Generic Top Level Ontologies for the e-Government Domain
Fonou Dombeu Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology, Magda Huisman, North-West University and Pieter Conradie, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa

Towards Transformational Government: An Ecological View of e-Participation in Africa
Ochara Nixon Muganda, University of Pretoria, South Africa

17:30

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

19:15

Buses leave for the Conference Dinner at Restaurant Montjuic el Xalet

22:30

Buses return from the conference dinner

 

Wednesday 13 June 2012

18:30

Welcome reception and early registration at the Roberto de Nobili Residence

Thursday 14 June 2012

9:00

Registration and Refreshments

9:30

Room: 103
Welcome from the conference Chair: Dr Tamyko Ysa, Institute of Public Governance and Management, ESADE

9:45

Room: 103
Keynote address:
Àlex Pelach, Director General, Head Office of Processes and E-Administration,Autonomous Government of Catalonia
E-Simplicity

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

Room: 113
Stream E:
Strategy
Chair:
Gerhard Fuchs

Room: 201N
Stream F: Mini track on e-tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chairs: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

 

 

10:45

Plan ANIBAL, Applying European strategy to the Balearic Islands
Salas Suau Felip, Rafel Barceló Bauça and Immaculada Salamanca, Fundació iBit, Spain (Non-academic)

Permanent Establishment: Up in the Clouds?
Gill Ronan, Irish Revenue Commissioners and Tom Collins, University of Limerick, Ireland

 

 

11:15

e-Strategies to Break the Digital Divide in Various European Countries: A Comparative Perspective
Mesa del Olmo Adela and Pedro Manuel Martínez Monje, University of the Basque Country, Spain

The Intention to use e-Audit Technology: An integration of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) and Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)
Murtagh Seán, Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Tom Garavan and Fergal O'Brien, University of Limerick, Ireland

 

 

11:45

"e-Environment" as part of the National Strategy “E-Romania”
Mares Cristian and Claudia Gilia, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania

An Investigative Study of Promoting Awareness and Increasing Registration of PAYE Anytime in the Border Midlands West Region
Foley Josephine, Revenue - Irish Tax and Customs, Galway and Kieran Gallery, University of Limerick, Ireland

 

 

12:15

What do we know from the Literature on Public e-Services?
Arduini Davide and Antonello Zanfei, University of Urbino, Italy

Is it Possible to Expand the Universal Social Charge to Include Income tax and PRSI ?
O Hara Brendan, office of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland

 

 

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

 

Room:
Stream E:
PhD Colloquium
Chair:
Mila Gasco

Room:
Stream F: Mini track on e-tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chairs: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

Room:
Stream G: Mini track on e-Justice, e-Law and e-Trust
Chair: Bruno de Vuyst

 

14:00

1400-1410

1410-1420
Incorporating Context in OWLS-Based Public Services Description Framework
Hind Lamharhar, Laila Benhlima and Dalila Chiadmi, Mohamed V Agdal University, Rabat, Morocco
1425-1435
State of e-Government Development in Municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Pandzo Alica and Kemal Taljanovic, Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Bosnia and Herzegovina
1440-1450
A Participation Framework for ICT Development: A Method to Achieve Acceptance and to Realize Benefits from ICT
Khampachua Tawa, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok and Choompol Boonmee, Thammasat University, Thailand
1450-1530 Discussion and Feedback

Public Input for City Budgeting Using e-Input, Face-to-Face Discussions and Random Sample Surveys: The Willingness of an American Community to Increase Taxes
Tomkins Alan, Mitchel Herian, Lisa PytlikZillig, Tarik Abdel-Monem, Nancy Shank, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, USA and Rick Hoppe, City of Lincoln (Nebraska), USA

Comparing Civilian Willingness to Attack Critical Infrastructure On and Off Line
Holt Thomas, Michigan State University, USA, Max Kilger, The Honeynet Project, Lichun Chiang and Chu-Sing Yang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

 

14:30

Tax Education: A Study of Civic Responsibility Among Irish Children
Keogh Sarah-Kate, Irish Revenue Commissioners and  Anne Tynan, University of Limerick, Ireland

Domain Name Dispute Solution: The Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) System
de Vuyst Bruno, Marx van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners and Alea Fairchild, Hubrussel, Brussels, Belgium (Non-academic)

 

15:00

The Role of Third Party Reporting in Improving Tax Compliance in e-Commerce
Briody Sharon, Office of the Revenue Commissioners and Sheila Killian, University of Limerick, Ireland

The Rule of e-Law
Castellana Simón Pere, University of Girona (UdG), Spain

 

15:30

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

 

Room:
Stream E:
PhD Colloquium
Chair:
Mila Gasco

Room:
Stream F: Mini track on e-tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chairs: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

Room:
Stream G: Mini track on e-Justice, e-Law and e-Trust
Chair: Bruno de Vuyst

 

16:00

1600-1610
Towards Connected Government
Alhusban Mohammed, Carl Adams and Hussein Sharif, University of Portsmouth, UK
1615-1625
Determining Success Factors of e-Government Implementation in Yemen: An Analytical Heirarchy Approach
Alsebaei Mahdi Abdullah, Manseok Jo and Jongsu Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea
1630-1640
Conceptual Model Based on a Citizen-Centric Approach to e-Government Initiatives in Regional Governments in Developing Countries
Shareef Shareef, University of Salahadeen Hawler, Iraq-Kurdistan
1645-1655

1655-1730 Feedback and discussion

Role of the Media in Influencing the Legitimacy of a State's Tax Policy
Collins Tom, University of Limerick, Ireland (Presentation only)

From Technology Diffusion to Social Use: The Case of the eID Card in Spain
Arteaga Sor, Universidad Complutense de Madrid/Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid and Ignacio Criado, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

 

16:30

Taxpayer rights in Turkey: a Survey on Income Taxpayers in Manisa
Çetin Gerger Güneş , Manisa Celal Bayar University, Turkey and Recep Yucedogru, University of Nottingham Business School, UK 

 

 

17:00

 

 

 

17:30

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

 

19:15

Buses leave for the Conference Dinner at Restaurant Montjuic el Xalet

22:30

Buses return from the conference dinner

 

Friday 15 June 2012

8:30

Refreshments available

9:00

Room:
Opening remarks for Day 2

9:15

Room:
Keynote address:
Miguel A. Amutio, Head of Area within the DG Administrative Modernization, Procedures and Promotion of eGovernment in the Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations of Spain
Experience and Strategy of Spain in eGovernment: Three keys to Success, the Basis for Next Steps

10:00

Introduction to ECEG 2013 in Como, Italy by Walter Castelnovo

10:15

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

 

Room:
Stream A:
Technology
Chair:
Olivier Glassey

Room:
Stream B:  Mini track on e-Participation
Chairs: Mary Griffiths

Room:
Stream C:
Regional Applications
Chair:
Elke Boudry

Room:
Stream D:
Mini track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood &  Nataša Pomazalová

10:45

ISAC6+ Delivering Smarter Administration Through Innovation: A Benefits Realisation Approach to Ensuring Success
Keefe Terry, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, Andrea Bikfalvi, University of Girona, Spain, Martin Beer, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Peplluis De La Rosa, University of Girona, Spain

From Policy Making to Community Building: A survey of 19 Experiences of e-Participation
Barreda Mikel, Albert Batlle, Agusti Cerrillo, Albert Padro-Solanet, Ismael Pena-Lopez and Ivan Serrano, Open University of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

The e-Cohesion Concept: The Introduction of an On-line System for the Submission and Evaluation of Applications for the Access to EU Structural Funds
Glavan Oana Raluca, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania and Constanta Matusescu, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania

Comparative Analysis of ICT in the Public Sector in Estonia and Republic of Macedonia
Janeska-Sarkanjac Smilka, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

11:15

Reducing IT Related Costs Using Application Portfolio Rationalization: A Study Focusing on Reducing Application Portfolio size and Complexity in Small Municipalities
Gietema Suzanne, Rik Bos and Sjaak Brinkkemper, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

ICT Influencing e-Government Network Externalities: Is the Government Social Networking System the Road to E-democracy and Trust?
Ahmadi Zeleti Fatemeh and Olvai Uusitalo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Experiences from the Development of the Greek School Profiling System
Delis Vasilis, Ioannis Papaioannou, Eftychios Valeontis and Dimitrios Kalaitzis, Charalampos Giannakopoulos and Michael Voukelatos, Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus", Greece

Overcoming Citizen Access Barriers to Emergent e-Government Services by Empowering the Library Systems of Romania and the Ukraine
Pompe Alex, Megan Volk, Anna Taranenko and Paul-Andre Baran and Marcel Chiranov, International Research and Exchange Board, USA (Non-academic)

11:45

MiCoGo, an Integrated System that Automatically Detects the Presence of Opinion in web Texts Regarding e-Commerce and e-Government
Stylios George, University of Patras,  Christos Katsis, Technical Educational Institute of Ionian Islands, Constantine Glaros, COMITECH S.A. and Dimitris Christodoulakis, University of Patras, Greece

e-Participation in Jamaica: Can Facebook Encourage Political Talk Among Politically Apathetic Jamaican Youth?
Waller Lloyd George, University of the West Indies, Jamaica

An Exploratory Study on e-Government Systems Success in Saudi Arabia
Almalki Obaid, Yanqing Duan and Ingo Frommholz, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, UK

 

12:15

e-Government Cloud: Should Governments Move To the Cloud? Requirement Considerations
Oberer Birgit, Kadir Has University and Alptekin Erkollar, Halic University,  Istanbul, Turkey

Participatory Democracy in Europe
Gilia Claudia and Cristian Mares, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania

The Austrian Approach Concerning the European Data Retention Directive’s Translation into National Law and its Technical Implementation
Schafferer Michael, Bernhard Horn, Franz Schönbauer and Thomas Grechenig, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

 

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Room:
Stream A:
Health
Chair:
Christos Katsis

Room:
Stream B:  Mini track on e-Participation
Chairs: Mary Griffiths

Room:
Stream C:
Social Networking and Media
Chair:

Room:
Stream D:
Administration, costs and smart cities
Chair:
Terry Keefe

13:45

Effects of Data Entry Tools on Health Professionals’ Productivity: A survey
Sahin Yasar Guneri, Ufuk Celikkan, Izmir University of Economics and Fisun Senuzun, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey

The Critical Success Factors of e-Voting Implementation in Indonesian Local Elections: The Case of Jembrana Regency Election
Hartami Aprilia and Putu Wuri Handayani, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Re-Tweet to Democracy? The Social Media #Revolution in Perspective
Rawal Rajash and Paul Nixon, European Studies, The Hague University, The Netherlands

Electronic Notifications: An Instrument for Achieving Efficiency
Estapé Miquel, Joan Anton Olivares and Carles Ferrer, Catalonian Open Administration Consortium, Barcelona, Spain

14:15

The Development of the e-Health System in Romania
Unita Lucian and Adriana Giurgiu, University of Oradea, Romania

An Empirical Investigation of e-Government Adoption Using a Commitment-Based Model
Schaupp Ludwig Christian, West Virginia University and Lemuria Carter, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, USA

An Analysis of UK Council Use of the Social Network – Twitter
Mundy Darren and Qasim Umer, University of Hull, UK

Report on the Progress of e-Administration in the Catalan Local Entities
Albors Ignasi,  Joan Anton Olivares and Miquel Estapé
Catalonia Open Administration Consortium (AOC Consortium), Barcelona,

14:45

From "Rules to Interpret” to “Rules to Follow”: e-Prescription in Greece
Vassilakopoulou Polyxeni, Vassilis Tsagkas and Nicolas Marmaras, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

A Case Study of Internet Voting for the University’s Senate in the National Distance Education University of Spain
Munoz-Mansilla Rocío, Ana M. Marcos del Cano, Jesús Gómez Garzas and Isabel Martín de Llano, National Distance Education University, Madrid, Spain

Social Networking Media and Government-Citizen Relations: A Conceptual Model
Wiredu Gamel, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration,Accra, John Effah, University of Ghana, Legon and Kofi Boateng, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

The P23R Principle – Reducing Bureaucracy Costs Through Rule-Based Business-to-Government Communication Processes
Nentwig Lutz, Petra Steffens, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin and Petra Wolf, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany

15:15

The Strategic Implementation of Data Interoperability for Better Health Care Services in Thailand
Kawtrakul Asanee, Kasetsart University and National Electronic and Computer Technology Center, Boonchai Kijsanayotin, Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburi and Intiraporn Mulasastra, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand

The Power of Citizens Using Twitter in Political Campaigns: Relationship or Communication?
Sandoval-Almazan Rodrigo, Rosa Maria Nava Rogel, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Sor Arteaga, Ortega and Gasset Institute and Ignacio j Criado, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

 

Innovative Business Models for Smart Cities: Overview of Recent Trends
Molinari Francesco, Polymedia SpA Milan, Italy

15:45

Room:
Closing remarks reflecting on the issues raised during the conference
Led by the Programme Chair Mila Gasco

16:15

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

 

Friday 15 June 2012

8:30

Refreshments available

9:00

Room:
Opening remarks for Day 2

9:15

Room:
Keynote address:
Miguel A. Amutio, Head of Area within the DG Administrative Modernization, Procedures and Promotion of eGovernment in the Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations of Spain
Experience and Strategy of Spain in eGovernment: Three keys to Success, the Basis for Next Steps

10:00

Introduction to ECEG 2013 in Como, Italy by Walter Castelnovo

10:15

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters to present their research

 

 

 

Room:
Stream E:
Usability/Effective e-Government
Chair:
Raj Rawal

Room:
Stream F:
Mini track on Developing, implementing and managing Open Government Data
Chair:
Carl Adams

 

 

10:45

Methodological Proposal for Evaluating the Usability of Sector Portals in a Multi-level Government Environment
Bouzas-Lorenzo Ramón, University of Santiago de Compostela and Xose Mahou, University of Vigo, Spain

E-governance and Freedom of Information Act: The Indian Experience
Kaushik Anjali, Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India

 

 

11:15

Best Practices for Improved Usability of e-Government for the Ageing Population
Molnar Tamas, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Open Data Policies: Impediments and Challenges
Zuiderwijk Anneke, Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, and Sunil Choenni, Rotterdam University, The Netherlands

 

 

11:45

How Can E-Government Information Centre  Improve Cross-border Cooperation?
Setnikar Cankar Stanka and Veronika Petkovsek, Univesity of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

 

 

12:15

Raising Voice or Effectiveness? The Role of e-Government on the Quality of Political Institutions
Vallbé Joan-Josep, University of Barcelona, Spain and Núria Casellas, Cornell University, USA

 

 

 

12:45

Lunch

 

 

 

 

Room:
Stream E:
Use and adoption/Digital Divide
Chair:
Patrik Hitzelberger

 

 

 

13:45

Lost Youth? Attitudes Towards and Experiences with e-Government: the case of  German University Students
Fuchs Gerhard, University of Stuttgart, Germany

 

 

 

14:15

Determinants of the use of e-Government Services in Outlying Regions: A Multi-Method Approach
Abidi Oualid, Anne Chartier, Marie-Christine Roy and Diane Poulin, Laval University, Quebic City, Canada

 

 

 

14:45

Digital Divide in the European Union: Evolution from 2006 to 2010
Stoica Virgil and Andrei Ilas, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania

 

 

 

15:15

The Shrinking Digital Divide - Determinants and Technological Opportunities
Gauvin Stephane, Kevin Granger, Universite Laval, Marianne Lorthiois, CEFRIO and Diane Poulin, Universite Laval, Quebec City, Canada

 

 

 

15:45

Room:
Closing remarks reflecting on the issues raised during the conference
Led by the Programme Chair Mila Gasco

16:15

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

 

Close of Conference

 

Work in Progress with Poster

Poster only

Interoperability of e-Government: Research on EU Policy and Practice
Anohina-Naumeca Alla and Vjaceslavs Sitikovs, Riga Technical university, Latvia

A Proposal For Turkish/German Cross-Language Q&A System
Basarici Samsun, Ibrahim Zincir, Sabah Balta and Tohid Ahmed Rana, Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey

Building Democracy Through Social Media? Occupying the Expanding Political Arena
Nixon Paul and Dan Mercea, The Hague University, The Netherlands

Evaluation of e-Government Implementation Among Malaysian Local Authorities
Abu Bakar Ahmad Bakeri and Nur Leyni Nilam Putri, International Islamic University Malaysia

Possible Impact of the Prevailing Document Paradigm in Public Agencies on Integration Issues
Hitzelberger Patrik, Paulo da Silva Carvalho and Fernand Feltz, CRP Gabriel Lippmann, Belvaux, Luxembourg

Wellbeing in Community Participation
George Karen, Petia Sice, Robert Young, Saftwat Mansi, Jeremy Ellman, Northumbria University at Newcastle, UK

Open government in Europe: The Latest Fashion?
Gascó Mila, Institute of Public Governance and Management - ESADE and Carlos E. Jiménez, Department of Justice - Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Spain

Challenges and the Opportunities for Developing e-Government in Romania
Giurgiu Adriana, Nicoleta Bugnar, Liana Mester and Mihai Berinde, University of Oradea, Romania

 

Improving Employee Performance using Web-Based Application for Public Services
Rana Tohid Ahmed, Sabah Balta, Ibrahim Zincir and Samsun Basarici, Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey

 

 

 

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