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ECEG 2010
17-18 June, Limerick, Ireland
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The preliminary programme for the conference is given below. A more detailed programme will be posted once the review process has been completed. This programme page will be revised regularly.

It is not advisable to make travel arrangements based on this early preliminary programme. If you need to present on a specific day, please contact the conference director Sue Nugus who will try to accommodate your request. A .pdf version of this timetable can be found in the download section of the conference At a Glance page.

To protect the integrity of the peer review process, author details are not shown until the print-ready paper has been received.

 

Section 1 shows Thursday 17 June streams A-F
Section 2 shows Friday 18 June streams A-F

 

Wednesday 16 June 2010

18:30

Reception at Plasesy House on the University of Limerick Campus (Until 2000, finger food, sandwiches and refreshments)
Welcome from Prof. Donal Dineen, Dean of Kemmy Business School

You can experience some 'live' traditional Irish music and culture (from 2130) at The Scholars' Club/Bar on the University Campus

Thursday 17 June 2010

9:00

Registration and Refreshments

9:30

Room: KBG12
Welcome from the conference Co-chairs: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

9:40

Official Opening: Professor Don Barry, President of the University of Limerick

9:45

Keynote address: Josephine Feehily, Chairman of the Irish Revenue Commissioners, Ireland
eGovernment: Efficient Delivery of Public Services and … So Much More

 

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

 

Room: KBG10
Stream A:
Service Delivery
Chair: Philip O'Regan

Room: KBG11
Stream B:  Mini track on eTax and eRevenue Administration
Chairs: Tom Collins, Pat Molan, Duncan Cleary and Akemi Chatfield

Room: KBG13
Stream C: Mini Track on eJustice
Chair: Bruno de Vuyst

Room: KBG14
Stream D: Mini track on eDemocracy
Chair: Paul McCusker

Room: KBG15
Stream E:
Mini track on Policy
Chair:
Matthias Finger

Room: KBG16
Stream F:
Models and Frameworks
Chair: Elsa Esteves

10:45

Accessibility of Sustained eServices
Hellman Riitta, Karde AS, Oslo, Norway

A Call for Greater Use of Plain Language in Tax Legislation
Durac Leonard and Carol Durac, Revenue Commissioners, Ireland (Practitioner paper)

The Flemish Decree on Governmental Electronic Data Transmission
de Vuyst Bruno and Alea Fairchild, Vesalius College, Brussels, Belgium

The Use of ICT by Swiss Cantonal Parties for Their Communication with Party Members and in Election Campaigning
Fraefel Marianne, Alessia Neuroni, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Stefanie Knocks, University of Berne and Reinhard Riedl, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland (Research-in-progress)

One Set of Shared Draft Artifacts and Standard Bodies: A New Model to Support a Standardization Process for Software System Interconnections
Boonmee Choompol, Thammasat University and Sunet Boonmee, IT Dabos Co. Ltd., Thailand (Research in progress)

A Model to Measure the Perceived Quality of Service in eGovernment
Gronier Guillaume and Mathieu Lambert, Public Research Centre  Henri Tudor, Luxembourg (Research in progress)

11:15

Strategies for Migration to Multi-Channel Service Provisioning in Public Agencies
van Veenstra Anne Fleur and Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Compliance and Audit Issues Arising From eCommerce in Ireland
O'Shea Jim, Revenue Commissioners, Ireland (Practitioner)

A Proper Balance for Measures Against Software Piracy and Counterfeiting
Fairchild Alea and Bruno de Vuyst, Vesalius College, Brussels, Belgium

Government as Part of the Revolution: Using Social Media to Achieve Public Goals
Landsbergen David, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA

A Study of the Effect of Stakeholder Personnel Participating in the Standardization Process of Electronic Data Exchange Implementation
Boonmee Choompol, Thammasat University and Sunet Boonmee, IT Dabos Co., Ltd., Thailand (Research in progress)

Whole-of-government: The Continuing Problem of Eliminating Silos
de Bri Finn and Frank Bannister, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

11:45

The Path to Administrative Burden Reduction – With the Help of IT: Challenges and Opportunities in Slovenia
Decman Mitja and Maja Klun, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Why TaxMe Makes Taxpayers Happy
Glassey Olivier, IDHEAP / SPAN, Lausanne, Switzerland

A Discussion of Legal Restrictions on Electronic Political Interactions and Electronic Meetings
Cochran Mitchell, City of Monrovia Claremont Graduate University, CA, USA

Web Accessibility and eDemocracy: Empowering Citizens with Disabilities Online
Sat Nur, Hitit University, Corum, Turkey

eGovernment Diffusion: A Case Study of Dubai's Successes and Failures
Zhao Fang, American University of Sharjah, UAE

 

12:15

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

13:30

Room: KBG12
Panel Discussion:
eGovernment - The Reality
Led by Tim Duggan, Department of Finance, Ireland with Maura Adshead (University of Limerick), Tony Buckley (Revenue), John Farrelly (SAS Ireland), Gerry Harrahill (Revenue), Pat Kelleher (PricewaterhouseCoopers),  Fergal McGrath (University of Limerick)

 

Room: KBG10
Stream A:
Regional Issues
Chair:
Margery Stapleton

Room: KBG11
Stream B:  Mini track on eTax and eRevenue Administration
Chairs: Tom Collins, Pat Molan, Duncan Cleary and Akemi Chatfield

Room: KBG13
Stream C:
Mini Track on eJustice
Chair: Bruno de Vuyst

Room: KBG14
Stream D: Mini track on eDemocracy
Chair: Paul McCusker

Room: KBG15
Stream E:
Mini track on Policy
Chair:
Matthias Finger

Room: KBG16
Stream F:
Social Development
Chair:
Tom Kennedy

14:30

Development of a Proposed Framework for the Implementation of eGovernment in Nigeria
Mundy Darren, University of Hull, UK and Bandi Musa, Independent Researcher, UK

Some Thoughts on the Implementation of an International Currency Transaction Tax
Killian Sheila, University of Limerick, Ireland

Increasing Judicial Transparency: When Brazilian Court TV Officially Meets Youtube
Fragale Filho Roberto, Fundação Getúlio Vargas and Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Research in progress)

Digital Divide and Digital Citizenship: Adapting the Social Policies to Promote eInclusion.
Martinez Monje Pedro Manuel and Adela Mesa, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain

Information Sharing in Government - Conceptual Model for Policy Formulation
Estevez Elsa, United Nations University, Macao SAR, China, Pablo Fillottrani, National University of the South, Argentina and Tomasz Janowski, United Nations University, Macao SAR, China

Digital Dividend or Digital Divide?  eGovernment, ICT and Social and Economic Development in Rural Areas
Quinn Brid, University of Limerick, Ireland

15:00

Vision of Electronic Government Implementation in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Shareef Shareef, Elias Pimenidis, Johnnes Arreymbi and Hamid Jahankhani, University of East London, UK (Research in progress)

Offshore Assets - Using Intelligence to Combat Tax Evasion
Haughey Aisling and John Byrne, Offshore Assets Group, Revenue Commissioners, Ireland (Practitioner)

The Online Criminal Trial in Italy Seeks an Identity
De Rugeriis Giovanna, University of Bologna, Italy (Research in progress)

Regional eDemocracy in Romania
Muresan Mihaela, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University, Bucharest, Romania (Research in progress)

The PPARS Policy Case Dilemma: Local Success and National Failure
O'Regan Philip, University of Limerick, Ireland (Presentation only)


Online Tools and Their Impact on Young People
Gibson Gareth, Donegal Youth Service, Paul McCusker, Letterkenny Institute of Technoloy and Ella Taylor-Smith, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

15:30

eGovernment and Organisational Transformation – a Perspective From the Property Registration Authority of Ireland
Treacy Michael and John O'Sullivan, Property Registration Authority, Ireland

Income Shifting – Intangible Assets and eCommerce concerns
Collins Tom, University of Limerick, Ireland (Research in progress)

ROUND TABLE
The Potential of eJustice on Brazil
Chairs: Cláudio Simão de Lucena Neto and Antônio Silveira Neto, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, Brazil

Co-production and open data: the right mix for public service effectiveness? 
Pizzicannella Roberto, DigitPA National Agency for IT in Public Administration, Italy (Practitioner)

Identity Management Architecture Design for Cross-Border eGovernment Services
Stefanova Kamelia, University of National and World Economy, Dorina Kabakchieva and Roumen Nikolov, Sofia University St. Kl. Ohridski, Bulgaria

1901 – 1911 Census Digitisation Project: some reflections
Crowe Catriona, National Archives, Dublin, Ireland

16:00

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments and presentation on
Room: KBG13
Effects Research Issues in Television Courtroom Broadcasting: Getting Past Monkey
Paul Lambert, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

Room: KBG10
Stream A:
Regional Issues
Chairs:
Mitja Decman

Room: KBG11
Stream B:  Mini track on eTax and eRevenue Administration
Chairs: Tom Collins, Pat Molan, Duncan Cleary and Akemi Chatfield

Room: KBG13
Stream C:
Design issues
Chair: Maja Klun

Room: KBG14
Stream D:
Security and Privacy Issues
Chair: Christian Breitenstrom

Room: KBG15
Stream E:
Websites and Infomation Management
Chairs:
Olivier Glassey

Room: KBG16
Stream F:
Round Table

16:15

Exploring Issues Underlying Citizen Adoption of eGovernment Initiatives in Developing Countries: The Case of Tanzania
Yonazi Jim, Henk Sol and Albert Boonstra, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in Revenue, Ireland: The Current and Potential uses of GIS for Tax and Customs Administration
Cleary Duncan, Revenue Commissioners Ireland, Ireland (Practitioner)

Community, Participation and Virtual Spaces: Design Considerations for Inclusivity
Baker Paul, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA, Alea Fairchild, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium, Jessica Pater, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA and Art Seavey, New Kind Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

ABC: A New Privacy Enhancing Model for eGovernment
Hammami Weim, Lamjed Ben Said and Sameh Hadouaj, Higher Institute of Management of Tunis, Tunisia

Building Successful eGovernment Websites: The Case of Manchester City Council
Sharif Hossein and Carl Adams, University of Portsmouth, UK

ROUND TABLE
Exploitation of eGovernment Channels in the Development of Ireland’s Animal Identification and Movement System
Chairs: Michael Bunyan and Alan King, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Ireland

16:45

Exploring eGovernment in Sri Lanka: Challenges and Issues
Ekanayaka Yamaya, University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka

Risky Business: The Progress of Comliance Risk Analysis in the Irish Revenue Commissioners
Walsh Susan, Irish Revenue Commissioners, Ireland (Practitioner)

The Design Approach as a Bridge Between Vομός and Vομός  in eGovernment Research
Koval Peter and Reinhard Riedl, Berner Fachhochschule, Berne, Switzerland (Research in progress)

Business Change in DSFA Local Offices
Barry Niall and Philip O'Donohoe, Department of Social & Family Affairs, Ireland (Presentation only)

Utilizing Aging Information
Myrseth Per, Det Norske Veritas, Jon Atle Gulla, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Veronika Haderlein, Olga Cerrato, Det Norske Veritas and Geir Solskinnsbakk, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

17:15

Close of conference day

19:30

Buses leave the University to go to Bunratty Castle for a Medeival Conference Banquet

22:30

Buses return to the University

 

Friday 18 June 2010

8:30

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:00

Room: KBG12
Opening remarks for Day 2

9:15

Keynote address: John Morison, Professor of Jurisprudence, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Gov 2.0: Towards a User Generated state?

10:15

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

Room: KBG10
Stream A:
Regional issues
Chairs: Darren Mundy

Room: KBG11
Stream B:  Mini track on eTax and eRevenue Administration
Chairs: Tom Collins, Pat Molan, Duncan Cleary and Akemi Chatfield

Room: KBG13
Stream C:  Impact of eGovernment
Chairs: Fred Freitas

Room: KBG14
Stream D:
Mini track on Call Centres in the public sector
Chair: Kerstin Grunden

Room: KBG15
Stream E: Mini track on eGovernance
Chair: Kamelia Stefanova

Room: S204
Stream F: Workshop on eParticipation
Led by Dave Newman

10:45

The Link Between the Conceptualization of eGovernment and its Perceived Impacts: An Exploratory Empirical Study in Kenya
Ochara-Muganda Nixon and Jean-Paul Van Belle, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Tax and Customs Performance - Moving Towards Outcome Reporting
Murphy Gearoid, Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland (Practitioner)

Factors Affecting the Adoption of eGovernance by Teachers in Greece
Karavasilis Ioannis, Kostas Zafiropoulos, University of Macedonia and Vasiliki Vrana, Technological Education Institute of Serres, Greece

Evaluation of Contact Centre Implementation in a Swedish Municipality - With Focus on Social Aspects
Grundén Kerstin, University West, Trollhatten, Sweden

An Internet Mediated Domain of Local Governance
Hepburn Paul, University of Manchester, UK (Research in progress)

A hands-on session to collaboratively write a paper on evaluating electronic participation, as a follow-up to electronic brainstorming workshops that started at ECEG 2006 in Marburg.

11:15

Citizen Adoption of eGovernment Initiatives in Developing Countries: A Case Study from Jordan
Al-Hujran Omar and Mohammed Shahateet, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan

Perception and Decision Making on Electronic Tax Software for the Younger Population
Chang Yu-Ling, Nathan Zhang and Edward Lank, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Deciphering the Public’s Stance Towards Governmental Decisions
Stilios George, Dimitris Christodoulakis, Jeries Besharat, Maria Alexandra Vonitsanou, Ioannis Kotrotsos, Athanasia Kaumpouri and Sophia Stamou, University of Patras, Greece

Establishment of Customer Centres in the Public Sector in Sweden - The Citizens' Views
Bernhard Irene, University West, Trollhatten, Sweden

eGovernance in Irish Local Government: A Process and Technology KM Framework
Heneghan Beatrice, Limerick County Council, Ireland (Practitioner)

11:45

Legislative Assemblies in Spain: The Application of Information and Communication Technologies
Perez Tornero José Manuel,  Laura Cervi, Nuria Fernandez and Santiago Giraldo, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

The Role of Tax Authorities in Encouraging Corporate Social Responsibility
Donnelly Eamonn, Irish Revenue Commissioners and John Heneghan, University of Limerick, Ireland (Practitioner)

 

The Flemish Multichannel Contact Center: A Success Story for More than 10 Years
T'Jampens Bernard, Capgemini, Brussels, Belgium

Matching Events and Event Consumers in a Collaborative Networking Site: The Comuno Information Architecture for Public Governance and Services
Kaschesky Michael and Reinhard Riedl, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

 

12:15

Room: KBG12
Plenary address:
Researching eGovernment: A Review of ECEG in its 10th Year
Frank Bannister, Trinity College Dublin and Regina Connolly, Dublin City University, Ireland

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Room: KBG10
Stream A:
Security and Privacy Issues
Chair: Jean-Paul van Belle

Room: KBG11
Stream B:  Mini track on eTax and eRevenue Administration
Chairs: Tom Collins, Pat Molan, Duncan Cleary and Akemi Chatfield

Room: KBG13
Stream C:  Application of eGovernment
Chairs: Marianne Fraefel

Room: KBG14
Stream D:
Service Delivery
Chairs: Sharif Hossein

Room: KBG15
Stream E: Mini track on eGovernance
Chair: Michael Kaschesky

Room: KBG16
Stream F:
Data Management
Chairs:

13:45

Electronic Safes for Process Oriented eGovernment
Breitenstrom Christian and Andreas Penski, Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, Germany

Segmentation of the PAYE Anytime Users
Clancy Jessica and Giuseppe Mannai, Irish Office of Revenue Commissioners, Limerick, Ireland (Research in progress)

An Application of the Communication Disciplines of C. A. Petri to the Analysis and Design of a Communication System
Ferigato Carlo, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Ispra and Massimiliano Gusmini, Otolab, Milan, Italy (Research in progress)

Deriving Service Delivery Principles Using a Role Playing Game
Bajnath Satiesh,  Marijn Janssen, Nitesh Bharosa, Christian Both, Bram Klievink, Sietse Overbeek and Fleur van Veenstra, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Deriving Service Delivery Principles Using a RolePlaying Game

Cloud Computing and its Impact on eGovernance Architecture
Datar Mohan, Dushyant Kothari, University of Mumbai, and Gita Kumta, NMIMS University, India

A New Usage for Semantic Technologies on eGovernment: Checking Official Documents’ Consistency
Freitas Fred, University of Mannheim and Federal Universidade of Pernambuco, Zacharias Candeias Jr., Information Technology Agency for the State of Pernambuco – ATI/PE, Brazil and Heiner  Stuckenschmidt, University of Mannheim, Germany

14:15

Anonymous Electronic Identity in Cross-Border and Cross-Sector Environments
Neumann Libor, ANECT a.s., Prague, Czech Republic

An Experiment to Measure Changes of the Usage and Satisfaction with the Channels of Contact with the Irish Revenue
Manai Giuseppe, Duncan Cleary and Mary Dwyer, Irish Office of the Reveue Commissioners, Limerick, Ireland (Research in progress)

Improvement by Comparison: A Case Study on the Improvement of a Project Management Methodology by Measuring Differences Between Methodologies
Renault Samuel, Cindy Guerlain and Pascal Lhoas, Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxembourg

Investigating Requirements for Transformational Government Information Infrastructures: The Case of The Approval Process Building Applications
Aagesen Gustav and John Krogstie, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

The Directing Role of Governance in Appointing Qualified Managers and Leaders of Higher Education Institutions
Nazem Fattah, Islamic Azad University - Roudehen Branch, Iran

Measuring for Knowledge: A Data-Driven Research Approach for eGovernment
Verdegem Pieter, Jeroen Stragier and Gino Verleye, Ghent University, Belgium

14:45

 

 

ِRecommendation to Reach the Perfect eGovernment Citizen Participation in Developing Countries: First Steps From Libya
ِEldresi Fatma Younis, The Arabian Gulf Oil Company, National Oil Corporation, Benghazi, Libya, Nassraddeen Amer Sweisi and Carl Adams, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK

Negotiation in the Sourcing Process Between Partners in an eProcurement Environment
Abu Bakar Noraizah and Konrad Peszynski, RMIT University,Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

SAUDI eGovernment
Suhail Mohammed Al. Almaee and Walaa Reda Khayyat
Saudi eGovernment Program, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Interoperability Challenges for Pan-European Qualified Exchange of Electronic Documents
Tauber Arne and Thomas Rössler, eGovernment Innovation Center, Graz University of Technology, Austria

15:15

Room: KBG13
Closing remarks reflecting on the issues raised during the conference
Led by the Conference Chair

15:45

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Publication opportunity

Papers accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration. The proceedings have an ISBN and ECEG proceedings are listed and/or rated by multiple organisations worldwide.


Conference and Journal Accreditations



The ECEG conference proceedings are:

  • listed in the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Scientific and Technical Proceedings (ISTP))
  • listed in the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Scientific and Technical Proceedings (ISTP/ISI Proceedings),.
  • listed in the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP),
  • listed in the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP/ISI Proceedings).
  • indexed by the Institution of Engineering and Technology in the UK.

 

 

 

The Electronic Journal of E-Government (EJEG) is:


 

·         rated level 1 in the Danish Government bibliometric lists.

·         listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Directory

·         listed in the Norwegian Social Science Data Services

·         listed in the Open Access Journals database

·         listed in the EBSCO database of electronic Journals

·         listed in the Cabell Directory of Publishing Opportunities

 

 

 

 

 


Selected papers from the Conference will be considered for publication in the Electronic Journal of eGovernment. The latest issue of the journal is available to read online.


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