MeTTeG 2013 : Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government
Call For Papers
The public administrations made great effort to provide more sophisticated E-Government services, for example offering one-stop services and supporting personalization. While strategies, methodologies and realization of E-Government services vary significantly among the various actors and stakeholders, the alignment of information and communication technologies (ICT) with the processes and objectives of the service providers plays an increasing role in the service management.
The MeTTeG conference intends to bring together researchers and practitioners active in the area of the E-government with a focus on the role played by the information and communication technologies. It provides a forum for participants from different perspectives and disciplines to present innovative methodologies, technologies and tools, share experiences and lessons learned from case studies and discuss challenges.
The main keywords are: methodologies, technologies and tools. Methodologies play an increasingly important role in the management and definition of e-government initiatives. Technologies improve their efficiency and effectiveness while tools allow new specific services and functionalities. The alignment of methodologies, technologies and tools plays an increasing role to enhance the dissemination, accessibility and acceptance of the E-government by citizens and companies.
Topics of interest for the 7th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling E-government include but are not limited to:
◦ Smart Cities
◦ One-Stop Government and Services Integration
◦ Better Distributed Services Provision
◦ Enterprise Architectures
◦ Business-IT-Alignment Modeling
◦ Agility and reaction on change
◦ Greening Government
◦ Open Government and Transparency
◦ Governance and Policy Modeling
◦ Smart and Personalized Inclusion
◦ Legal Informatics and legal documents management
◦ Mobile Public Services
◦ Cloud Computing
◦ Web Services
◦ Semantic Web Technologies
◦ E-Government Ontology and Metadata
◦ Interoperability and Standards
◦ GIS technologies
◦ Data and Network Security
◦ PKI systems
◦ Knowledge Management and Decision Process Support
◦ Business Processes Management
◦ Web 2.0 for E-Government
◦ Emerging Technologies
◦ Identity Management and Trust
◦ Web Portals
◦ E-ID systems
◦ Electronic document management system
◦ Workflow Management Systems
◦ Identity Management and Trust
◦ Open source application
Practices and experiences
Examples of Public On-Line Services
Additionally, the conference will include as a especial event a Doctoral Colloquium. This event is planned as a forum for PhD student to share and show their current research plan, goals and plans. All papers submited for consideration in the frame of this event will be reviewed and best contributions will be selected for oral presentation and included in the official proceedings of the conference. Students presenting their work or proposal for PhD Thesis will also receive feedback and comments from academic staff and other attendants. A committee will chose the best PhD proposal, regardless of its current stage of maturity, and the author will be awarded with a special distinction.
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Papers can have maximal length of 10 pages, including title page and bibliography. Please use the Word Template we provide.
All paper submissions will be reviewed.