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ICEG 2006: The 2nd International Conference on e-Government
University of Pittsburgh, USA
12-13 October 2006


  • Conference Co-Chairs:  Professor Toni Carbo, University of Pittsburgh, and Ken Sochats, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Programme Chair: Professor Dan Remenyi, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
  • Keynote Speaker: Larry Olson, Chief Technology Officer, State of Texas, USA “e-Government -- A View from the States, from Pennsylvania to Texas."
  • Mini track on Evaluating e-Government, Chair: Dr Mila Gascó, International Institute on Governance of Catalonia, Spain
  • Mini track on e-Government in Africa, Co-Chairs: Blessing Maumbe and Vesper Owei, Cape and Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

The conference this year takes place at the University of Pittsburgh.

The Second International Conference on e-Government (ICEG) invites researchers and practitioners to share research findings and practical experiences in a friendly, international University environment. This conference builds on the first ICEG held in Ottawa, Canada in 2005 and on the earlier European conferences on e-Government. It will provide an excellent opportunity to learn of new research and developments, to see old friends, and meet new people.

On behalf of the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and our many colleagues throughout the e-Government community in the United States, I welcome you to the Conference. The University of Pittsburgh was founded in 1787 as the Pittsburgh Academy as a small, private school  and was located in a log cabin near Pittsburgh’ three rivers. In the 218 years since, the University has evolved into an internationally recognized center of learning and research. Pittsburgh, frequently ranked as one of America’s Most Liveable Cities, has moved from an industrial past to an enterprising and vibrant present with distinctive neighborhoods, outstanding arts communities, and an abundance of leisure activities. At the convergence of three beautiful rivers, Pittsburgh provides major sports events, diverse cultural activities (including the Andy Warhol Museum), and many parks and recreational areas.

We believe that you will find the conference program informative and our city enjoyable. We can look forward to welcoming you in 2006.
Toni Carbo

Your contacts for this conference are:

·         Academic enquiries: Professor Dan Remenyi  

Download an excerpt from the Invitation to ICEG 2006 speech given at ICEG 2005.

Registration News

·         Early bird registration dates close on 2 August 2006 - now closed

·         Special reduced rates for Supervisors and Students attending together

·         Special reduced rates for group bookings

Publication Opportunity
Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the Electronic Journal of e-Government (EJEG)

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Conference status
The review process is now underway and should be completed by the end of July. You can see an outline programme on the programme page. This will be replaced by a preliminary programme in early August.

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Toni Carbo

Ken Sochats

Dan Remenyi
Dan Remenyi

Larry Olson

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