dg.o2005 is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and
presented by the Digital Government Research Center.
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U.S. Department of Transportation
"Digital Dreams - the Future of e-Government"
Daniel E. Atkins,
University of Michigan,
Alliance for Community Technology
Chair, National Science Foundation Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure
Robert O'Harrow, Jr.,
"No Place to Hide"
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dg.o to Collaborate with ISI Symposium
We are very pleased to announce that dg.o2005 is being organized in collaboration with the IEEE 3rd Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics. The symposium will take place May 19-20.
Register for both dg.o2005 and ISI-2005 and save $200: $100 each from ISI and dg.o full registration costs (this does not apply to discounted registrations, such as the student rate).
International Workshops and Tutorials Confirmed
dg.o2005 has confirmed two International Workshops and two tutorials for the conference, scheduled for Sunday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 18. You may register on-site, as online registration is now closed.
Keynote speaker: Neil Eisner
Topic: "Digital Dreams: The Future of E-Government"
Mr. Eisner is currently the Assistant General Counsel for Regulation and Enforcement at the U.S. Department of Transportation. He played a major role in the creation of the Department of Transportation's internet-accessible public docket, the first in th e government, which is used for rulemaking, adjudication and other purposes. He also created the Department's innovative, intranet-based, rulemaking management system, which is used for tracking, coordinating, and filing rulemaking documents.
dg.o2005 Theme: "Emerging Trends"
This year, we focus on:
Digital government research is interdisciplinary and multi-sector, with a focus on research at the intersections of computer and information sciences, social, political, and behavioral sciences, and the problems and missions of government agencies. Digita
l government research addresses problems in government in all sectors and at any scale -- local, regional, national, and transnational. We invite researchers in relevant disciplines, government agency representatives, policy specialists, industry experts,
and members of the public to attend and participate in the many activities of this conference.
New this year for dg.o: