dg.o 2016: Call for Papers available

Call for Papers

dg.o 2016: 17th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research

Internet Plus Government: New Opportunities to Solve Public Problems

Fudan University, Shanghai, China

June 8-10, 2016 (Wednesday – Friday)

Submission Deadlines

   January 15, 2016:         Papers, workshops, tutorials, and panel proposals due

        March 1, 2016:         Application deadline for 2015 doctoral colloquium

        March 1, 2016:         Paper, workshop, tutorial, and panel proposal notifications

      March 15, 2016:         Posters and demo proposals due

      March 15, 2016:         Revise and resubmit due

           April 1, 2016:         Acceptance notifications

           April 5, 2016:         Camera-ready manuscripts due

            May 5, 2016:         Early registration closes!

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dg.o2016 Themes & Topics:

The 17th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research will feature the main theme of Internet Plus Government: New Opportunities to Solve Public Problems. The theme responds to the need for new knowledge about how the latest wave of Internet technologies such as mobile, big data, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, wearables, and artificial intelligence, among others, are increasingly integrated with and reshaping government, industries, businesses and society in general.  From agriculture to finance, commerce to transportation, dazzling new solutions to industry problems are emerging. At dg.o 2016, researchers and practitioners from around world will discuss pressing questions:  Will these latest Internet technologies have the same effect on government?  Will they create new opportunities for solving public problems in health, crisis response, environmental protection and city management? And if so, in what way can governments best deliver on the potential of these new and emerging Internet technologies? Further, are governments ready to leverge the opportunities and manage the risks that the latest generations of Internet technologies are creating?  Authors are encouraged to address these critical questions within the context of one of the six conference tracks. 

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