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ECEG 2011
16-17 June, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Programme  

 

 

The programme for the conference is given below.

 

 

 

Section 1

Thursday 16 June Streams A-E

 

 

Section 2

Friday 17 June Streams A-E

 

Posters

Posters and Work-in-Progress

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 15 June 2011

18:30

Welcome reception and early registration at the HOTEL SLON

Thursday 16 June 2011

9:00

Registration and Refreshments

9:30

Room: P1
Welcome from the conference Co-chairs: Mitja Decman and Maja Klun

9:45

Room: P1
Keynote address:
Dr. Aleš Dobnikar, E-Government and Administrative Processes Directorate, Ministry of Public Administration, Slovenia

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

 

 

 

 

Room: P2
Stream A:
Frameworks
Chair: Isabel Aneger

Room: P3
Stream B:  Regional Experiences
Chairs: Kerstin Grunden

Room: P4
Stream C: Mini track on e-Government Interoperability
Chairs: Mila Gasco and Carlos Jimenez

Room: P6
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P7
Stream E:
Citizen Engagement
Chair:
Martin de Saulles

10:45

Towards a Unified Semantic-Driven Methodology Framework for e-Government Systems Development
Fonou Dombeu Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa and Magda Huisman, North-West University, South Africa

National Electronic Government Strategies in Austria
Oberer Birgit, Kadir Has University and Alptekin Erkollar, Halic University, Istanbul, Turkey

Interoperability in the Justice Field: Variables that Affect Implementation
Gasco Mila, ESADE's Institute of Public Governance and Management and Carlos E. Jiménez, Justice Department of the Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Barcelona Spain

International Assistance Relationship to e-Government Development and Benchmarking
Kromidha Endrit, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

Adopting Web 2.0 in Building Participatory e-Government – A Perception Contour from Inside the Government
Pan Ching-Heng, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung and Lichun Chiang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiman, Taiwan

11:15

Semantic-Driven e-Government: Correlating Development Phases with Semantic e-Government Specific Ontology Models
Fonou Dombeu Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology and Magda Huisman, North-West University, South Africa

e-Government and Service Delivery at the Local Level: A Comparative Analysis of Three Canadian Municipalities
Grant John, McMaster University, Hamilton, Frank Ohemeng, University of Ottawa and Roberto Leone, Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada

Risk Management in a Cooperation Context
Castelnovo Walter, University of Insubria, Italy

Enhancement of Public Service Effectiveness by Partially Automating Service Request Paper Forms Using Citizen ID Smartcard
Boonmee Choompol, Rattapol Chatchumsai, Thammasat University, Tawa Khampachoa, King Mongkut's University of Technology and Chakree Chuenura, Dept of Province Admin., Thailand

Providing Public Services Through Digital Postal Networks: A Position Paper
Church Liam and Maria Moloney, Escher Group Ltd, Dublin, Ireland (Non-academic)

11:45

Comparative Analysis of Information Security Governance Framework: A Public Sector Approach
Rebollo Oscar, Ministry of Labour and Immigration, Daniel Mellado, Spanish Tax Agency Luis Enrique Sanchez and Eduardo Fernández-Medina, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Electronic Heath Records Management and Preservation: The Case of Slovenia
Decman Mitja, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Multi-level Interoperability for ICT-Enabled Governance: A Framework for Assessing Value Drivers and Implications for European Policies
Misuraca Gianluca, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, Spain, Giuseppe Alfano, University of Udine, Italy  and Gianluigi Viscusi, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

Development of User Authentication for Web Application Sign-on Mechanism using Oasis SAML Standard with Thai Citizen ID card
Boonmee Choompol, Peera Tharaphant, Thammasat University and Pipop Damtongsuk, Department of Provincial Administration, Bangkok, Thailand

Crowd-sourcing Techniques: Participation, Transparanchy and the Factors Determining the Co-production of Policy
Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia

12:15

Sustaining Electronic Governance Programs in Developing Countries
Dzhusupova Zamira, Tomasz Janowski, Adegboyega Ojo and  Elsa Estevez, United Nations University, Macao SAR, China

Pan-European e-Government and e-Health Services in Slovenia
Berce Jaro, Basja Vehovar, Ana Slavec and Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Developing Measures for Benchmarking the Interoperability of Public Organizations
Maheshwari Devender, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

A Pilot Development of PKI Digital Signatures on Electronic Correspondence Using Citizen ID Smartcards
Boonmee Choompol, Peera Tharaphant, Thammasat University and Pipop Damtongsuk, Department of Provincial Administration, Bangkok, Thailand

The Connect Digitally Programme: Shaping Parental Engagement through Technology
Derrick Amanda, Alan Strickley and Tim Spiers, Hertfordshire County Council, UK (non-academic, presentation only)

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Room: P2
Stream A:
Frameworks and models
Chair:
Wlater Castelnovo

Room: P3
Stream B:
e-Government Applications
Chair: Jaro Berce

Room: P4
Stream C:  Democracy
Chairs: Doug Thomson

Room: P6
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P7
Stream E:
Citizen Engagement
Chair:
Panos Hahamis

14:00

A Framwork for Transitioning to Mobile Governmment
Al-Khamayseh Shadi, Dubai Womens College Higher College of Technology, UAE and  Elaine Lawrence, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Implementation of a Contact Centre in a Swedish Municipality
Grundén Kerstin, University West, Sweden

Evaluating the Development of e-Government Systems: The case of Polish Local Government Websites
Porebski Leszek, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

Development of an Electronic Correspondence Time-stamping Service using Oasis Digital Signature Services
Boonmee Choompol, Rattapol Chatchumsai, Thammasat University and Sunet Boonmee, IT Dabos, Bangkok, Thailand

Citizen-Government Interaction in Russia: e-Government as Tradition Bearer
Trakhtenberg Anna, Institute of Philospy of Law, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg, Russia

14:30

Challenges to the Design and Use of Stages-of-Growth Models in e-Government
Maheshwari Devender, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

A Common Process Model to Improve e-Service solutions-The Municipality Case
Christiansson Marie-Therese, Karlstad University, Sweden

The Workload for the Structural Implementation of e-Democracy: Local Government Policy Issues Combined with the Policy Cycle and Styles of Citizenship
Mulder Bert and Martijn Hartog , eSociety Institute of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Barriers to Developing e-Government Projects in Developing Countries
Mahmood Zaigham, University of Derby, UK

Towards Estimating User's Stength of Opinion in Forum Texts about Governmental Decisions
Stylios George, Christos Katsis, Vasiliki Simaki, Sofia Stamou and Dimitris Christodoulakis,  University of Patras, Greece

15:00

The Stages of e-Government: Correlation between Characteristics that Affect e-Government Systems
Al-Sebie Madi, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia

GESTIONA platform: The BPO solution for e-government services based on Cloud & Open Government principles
Pastor Guillermo, Espublico, Spain

Digital Inclusion: a target not always desirable
Polzonetti Alberto, Barbara Re and Concetta De Vivo, UNICAM, Italy

Evaluation of e-Government Implementation at Federal, State and Local Government Levels in Malaysia
Abu Bakar Ahmad Bakeri, International Islamic University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Role of National Culture on Citizen Adoption of e-Government Websites
Al-Hujran Omer, Princess Sumaya University for Technology and Mahmoud Al-Dalahmeh, University of Jordan

15:30

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

Room: P2
Stream A:  Security, trust and legal issues
Chairs: Faiia Marcoux

Room: P3
Stream B:
Regional Experiences
Chair: Elaine Lawrence

Room: P4
Stream C: Assessing the Impact of e-Government Solutions
Chair: Peter Lipp

Room: P6
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P7
Stream E:
PhD Colloquium
Chair/Discussant:
Mitja Decman

16:00

Combating Identity Fraud in the Public Domain: Information Strategies for Healthcare and Criminal Justice
Plomp Marijn and Jan Grijpink, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Measuring Performance of e-Government for the Disabled: Theory and Practice in Taiwan
Chu Pin-Yu, Tong-yi Huang and Ning-wan Huang, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

An Efficient, Effective e-Government Enterprise Resource Planning Model
Thomson John Douglas, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

Adapting Family Card System by Means of Smart Cards
El-Hennawy Magdy, Tarek Saad, Ashraf Abdel Wahab and Saneh Bedair, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

1600-1610
Quality of Services and Citizen Profiling in e-Government
 Becker  Mélanie, Gronier Guillaume and Sandrine Reiter, Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
1615-1625
Maturity Models Transition from E-government Interoperability into T-government: Restyling Dynamic Public Services Through Integrated Transformation of Service Delivery
 El Aichi Mohamed Mohyi Eddine and Mohamed Dafir Ech-Cherif el Kettani, ENSIAS - Université Mohammed V-Souissi, Morocco
16:30-16:40
A Quest for an Applicable Model of Growth for DirectGov Hahamis Panos, University of Westminster, London, UK
1640-1700
Discussion and feedback

16:30

The Effect of User's Satisfaction of Web Security on Trust in e-Government
Chiang Lichun, National Cheng Kung University, Ching-Yuan Huang, SHU-TE University and Wu-Chuan Yuang, I-Shou University, Taiwan

Public Procurement and Internet-purchasing: The Defence Sector Evidence
Pomazalová Natasa  and Zbyšek Korecki, University of Defence, Czech Republic

Framework Guidelines to Measure the Impact of Business Intelligence and Decision Support Methodologies in the Public Sector
Boselli Roberto, Mirko Cesarini and Mario Mezzanzanica, University of Milan Bicocca, Italy

Moving Fast Forward Toward National Data Standardization Initiative
Kawtrakul Assanee, Intiraporn Mulastra and Somchoke Ruengittinun, Kasetsart University, Tawa Khampachua, King Mongkut's University of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand (Non-Academic)

17:00

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

Close of conference day

19:00

Reception followed by the Conference Dinner at the City Hall

Friday 17 June 2011

8:30

Refreshments available

 

 

 

 

9:00

Room: P1
Opening remarks for Day 2

 

Room: P2
Stream A:
Research and education
Chair:
Darren Mundy

Room: P3
Stream B:
e-Participation
Chair: Mary Griffiths

Room: P4
Stream C:  e-Government Applications
Chairs: Princeley Ifinedo

Room: P6
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P7
Stream E: Mini Track on e-Tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chair: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

9:15

Collaborative Network Analysis of Two e-Government Conferences: Are We Building a Community?
Erman Nusa and Ljupco Todorovski, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Citizen Participation in Urban Planning: Looking for the “E” Dimension in the EU National Systems and Policies
Concilio Grazia, DiAP-Politecnico di Milano and Francesco Molinari, PARTERRE Project, Italy

Outsourcing of IT Projects in the Public Sector - Sustainable Solution or Erosion of the Public Sector
Stanimirovic Dalibor and Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Business IT Alignment as Enabler for E-Government Implementation in Syria
Kanaan Raed, University of Banking and Financial Sciences, Kamal Atieh, Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences and Omar Subhi Aldabbas, Al Balqa Applied University, Jordan

Does e-Taxation Reduce Taxation Compliance Costs
Klun Maja, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

9:45

ICT Education and Access as Strategies to Generate and Distribute e-Government Content
Ahmadi Zeleti Fatemeh and Erja Mustonen-Ollila, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

Sustainable e-Participation in Estonia
Hinsberg Hille, Government Office, Estonia (Non-academic presentation only)

Technology Adoption and Innovation in Public Services. The Case of e-Government in Italy
Arduini Davide,  University of Urbino “Carlo Bo",  Mario Denni, Italian Competition Authority, Gerolamo Giungat and Antonello Zanfei, Italian National Institute of Statistics, Italy

Exploring Facilitators and Challenges Facing ICT 4D in Tanzania
Yonazi, Jim, Insitute of Finance Management, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Achieving Optimum Balance in the Simplification of Tax Compliance Obligations for Business Customers and Management of Compliance and Collection Risks by Revenue
Burke Leonard, Office of the Revenue Commissioners and Kieran Gallery, University of Limerick, Ireland

10:15

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

10:45

Panel discussion on: Administrative Burden Reduction and e-Government    - Room P1                                                                                                                                                                      

 

Room: P2
Stream A:
Chair:
Laslo Seres

Room: P3
Stream B:
e-Participation
Chair: Mary Griffiths

Room: P4
Stream C:
Managing Data
Chair: Jim Yonazi

Room: P6
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P7
Stream E: Mini Track on e-Tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chair: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

11:45

Approaching e-Government as a Strategic Driver for Improving the Ethical Model: an Empirical Analysis from Business Economics
Pollifroni Massimo, University of Turin, Italy

e-Identity, e-Activities and e-Political Participation; How are College Students Embracing the "Promise" of the Internet?
Faiia M.Marcoux, Rivier College, Nashua, USA

Avoiding Disasters – Ensuring PKI-service Availability
Bratko Harald, Peter Lipp and Christof Rath, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Strategies for e-Government Implementation in Developing Countries: A Case Study of the Botswana Government
Moatshe Racious Moilamashi and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

Real Time Risk Analysis on VAT Return Processing
Molan Pat, Irish Tax and Customs, Ireland (Non-Academic presentation only)

12:15

Channel Shift - A UK Customer Response
Mundy Darren, Qasim Umer, University of Hull and Alastair Foster, Independent Researcher, UK

An Outline of Technical Requirements on Governmental Electronic Record Systems Derived from the European Legal Environment
Horn Bernhard, Gerald Fischer, Roman Trabitsch and Thomas Grechenig, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

An Information System to Collect and Analyze Data from Educational Units During Epidemy Spread Periods
Garofalakis John, Andreas Koskeris, Evangelia Boufardea, Theofanis Michail and Flora Oikonomou, University Campus of Patras, Greece

The Use of ICT by Government Departments and Parastatals in South Africa
Mosetja Matsobane Frans, North West University - Mafikeng Campus, South Africa

Slainte the Story of a “Double Irish”
Collins Tom, University of Limerick, Ireland (Non-academic presentation only)

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Room: P2
Stream A:  Web 2.0 and social media
Chairs: John Grant

Room: P3
Stream B:
Central European Issues
Chair: Dalibor Stanimirovic

Room: P4
Stream C:

Chair:

Room: P7
Stream D:
Mini Track on Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries
Chair: Zaigham Mahmood

Room: P6
Stream E: Mini Track on e-Tax and e-Revenue Administration
Chair: Pat Molan and Tom Collins

13:45

Web 2.0 on Mexican State Portals: An Overview
Sandoval-Almazan Rodrigo, State Autonomous University of Mexico, Gabriela Diaz-Murillo, Universidad de las Americas, Ramón Gil-Garcia, CIDE, Luis Luna-Reyes and Dolores Luna-Reyes, Universidad de las Americas, Mexico

Examining Influences on e-Government Growth in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe: Evidence from Panel Data
Ifinedo Princely, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

 

e-Government in Social and Economic Development: The Asymmetric Roles of Information, Institutionalization and Diffusion
Ngwenya Bongani, Solusi University, Zimbabwe

Smoke and Mirrors: Can a Useful Approximation of the Cigarette Tax Gap be Determined?
Omelia Clare, Irish Revenue Commissioners, Ireland

14:15

Social Media and Local Government in England: Who is Doing What?
De Saulles Martin, University of Brighton, UK

Management of Latvian Government Communication During an Economic Crisis: The Role of Information Strategies in the Public Sector
Jarockis Aleksis, University of Latvia, Latvia

 

 

An Evaluation of the Expression of Doubt in the context of Self-Assessment for tax.
A relatively unique facility which allows taxpayers to express doubt when filing a tax return and remain tax compliant.
Corbett Anne, Revenue, Irish Tax and Customs and Francis Rossney, University of Limerick, Ireland

14:45

Social Media in European Governmental Communication
Anger Isabel and Christian Kittl, Evolaris next level GmbH, Graz, Austria

e-Government in Serbia: Prospects and Challenges
Seres Laslo and Ivana Horvat, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

 

 

Predictive Analytics in the Public Sector: Using Data Mining to Assist Better Target Selection for Audit
Cleary Duncan, Revenue Irish Tax and Customs, Ireland

15:15

Room: P1
Closing remarks reflecting on the issues raised during the conference
Led by the Conference Chair

15:45

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posters and Work-in-Progress

 

Bridging the IT/process Divide in Public Administrations by Simple Semantic Interoperability Artefacts
Orlowski Robert and Veit Jahns, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Domesticating Promises, Digitalizing Norwegian Municipalities
Liste Munoz Lucia, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Development of Electronic Government in Latvian Public Service
Briedis Janis, University of Latvia, Latvia

Youth Online: Participation and Political Engagement (Adelaide and Seoul)
Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia and Youn Min Park, University of Korea

 

 

 

 

 

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