Dg.o program and track chairs have released the conference program for this year. More than 60 asynchronous presentations will be featured in the online conference platform between June 15 and June 19. Presentations will introduce innovative ideas related to the use of social media in government, smart cities, artificial intelligence and data-driven society, as well […]
Registration for dg.o 2020 is open. The Conference will feature more than 60 paper and poster presentations, and also workshops, tutorials and panels. Dr. Yelena Yesha, and Dr. Jane Fountain are going to deliver keynote presentations, and we are preparing a special track including additional guest speakers. Register NOW
Dg.o 2020 Annual Conference is moving fully online, and asynchronous. We are grateful to the team in Seoul, and although we are sad that we will not have the chance to visit them this year, we are already working with them to be in South Korea as soon as possible. For our conference this year, […]
As of March 11, 2020, due to the rapid development of COVID-19, the face-to-face meetings in DG.O 2020 conference in Seoul are canceled and the conference will be held online as a virtual conference. The detailed information on the virtual conference will be released within the next weeks. The DGS Board and the dg.o 2020 […]
On September 17th, 2018, the establishment of Digital Society China Chapter (DGSCC) is formally announced at the Research Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Public Sector in Shanghai. DGSCC is unanimously approved by the board of Digital Governments Society on July 26, 2018. The development was initiated by Lei Zheng from Fudan University and a group […]
he DGS Newsletter Vol 61 Issue 1 (March 2017) features: dg.o 2017 conference planning activities Joint Conference with ICF, Intelligent Community Forum Distinguished Service Awardee, Yigal Arens Featured member, Meghan Cook Karen’s Research to Practice Corner Call for bids to host DG.O 2019 To view and download the newsletter, visit here.
We are happy to announce that the Digital Government Society board with the recommendation from the nomination committee selects Yigal Arens to receive 2017 Distinguished Service Award. His award is given with the following citation: For contributions to the field of digital government through sustained service and tireless dedication to the creation and long term viability […]
The DGS Distinguished Service award was created to recognize one individual each year for extraordinary service to the DGS community. Areas of service could include, but are not limited to: society service, conference organization, representation of DGS in other organizations, including academic, government and community organizations, or influential service as a government agency, resulting in […]