2013 Pre-ICIS Workshop Digital Public Sector Evolution: Big Data, Smart Cities, and Open Innovation
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You are invited to submit a paper for presentation and discussion at the 2013 pre-ICIS Special Interest Group (SIG) eGovernment workshop, to be held on 15 December 2013, in Milan, Italy.

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2013 Pre-ICIS Workshop
Digital Public Sector Evolution: Big Data, Smart Cities, and Open Innovation

Sponsored by AIS SIG eGovernment
Milan, Italy, 15 December 2013

  • Submissions due: October 13, 2013
  • Notification of Acceptance: October 20, 2013.

Please submit your papers to: sigegov13@gmail.com

You are invited to submit a paper for presentation and discussion at the 2013pre-ICIS Special Interest Group (SIG) eGovernment workshop, to be held on15 December 2013, in Milan, Italy.

The general objective of SIG eGovernment is to promote quality and relevance in eGovernment research. As previous SIG eGovernment pre-ICIS workshops, this workshop is dedicated to open discussions about the most important issues today, theoretical streams and different possible ways forward. The focus of the workshop is informed discussion.

Workshop Objective

This year, the workshop aims to focus on Digital Public Sector Evolution: Big Data, Smart Cities, and Open Innovation. As increasing demands are put on actors involved in eGovernment policies and services (governmental agencies, companies, and NGOs), the digital public sector is faced with challenges related to making sense of increasing amounts of data, to governing complex metropolitan systems, and to opening up its information infrastructure to citizens.

This workshop tackles the new development on eGovernment, bringing together academic perspectives from the areas of management information systems, public administration and social sciences, as well as from the practitioner areas.

Questions to be examined include (but are not limited to):

  • Big data in eGovernment;
  • Open data in eGovernment;
  • Smart Cities;
  • Social media and eGovernment services;
  • Open innovation in eGovernment;
  • eGovernment and eParticipation;
  • Citizen-centric eGovernment;
  • User-driven eGovernment design, management, and implementation;
  • Transparency and openness in eGovernment services;
  • What is the relationship of eGovernment with new areas such as eParticipation and old ones such as eLearning, eBusiness, and eHealth;
  • What is the relationship of eGovernment with the wider IS research area;
  • Engaging stakeholders in eGovernment research;
  • Challenges of open-source and open-standard solutions in eGovernment

Submissions

We welcome full research papers, research in progress, and discussion papers. Full papers should be max 5000 words. Discussion papers may be short, just a few pages, but should clearly and distinctly address one or more issues pertinent to eGovernment research including research methods and quality as well as focus of studies. Papers should be designed to support in depth discussions of one of these issues during the workshop. The workshop papers will be clustered and each session will discuss a small set of papers focusing on similar or related issues.

Each submission will be reviewed by the workshop co-chairs and at least one external reviewer. The submission will not be published as proceedings, and the authors will retain full authorship rights.

File Format: Word

Please submit your papers to: sigegov13@gmail.com

Details of the programme will be made available online.

For any questions, please contact: Rony Medaglia, Copenhagen Business School, rony@cbs.dk

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