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David Lazer
(Methodology, Networked Governance)

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Stanley Wasserman
(Current Trends, Methodology, Social Networks)

David Gibson
(Social Networks, Interaction, Theory)

Yu-Ru Lin
(Networks, Visualization)

Ines Mergel
(Knowledge Sharing, Social Computing, Social Software, Government 20)

Maria Binz-Scharf
(Qualitative Methodology, Knowledge Sharing, eGovernment)

Alexander Schellong
(Admin, eGovernment, Government 20, Citizen Relationship Management)

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10 December 2006

Call for Papers: dg.o 2007 - 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research

Submission Deadline: December 18th 2006

dg.o 2007 - Bridging Disciplines and Domains
May 20-23, 2007
Sheraton Society Hill, Philadelphia, PA, USA

The International Conference on Digital Government Research is a forum for the presentation and discussion of interdisciplinary research on digital government and its applications in diverse domains. Interested participants are invited to submit research papers as well as proposals for panels, system demonstrations, posters, and pre-conference tutorials and workshops. Each year the conference focuses on:

- Social Science Research and Citizen Interactions
- Computer Science and Information Technology Research to Support Government
- IT-Enabled Government Operations and Government Application Domains

Research on digital government as an interdisciplinary domain that “encompasses inquiry at the intersections of computing research, social, political, and behavioral science research, and the problems and missions of government agencies.” (US National Science Foundation, 2005) Unique partnerships of university research and government professionals. The Conference Committee particularly encourages interdisciplinary and cross-cutting submissions. Best paper awards will be given to those papers selected as most fully representing the interdisciplinary and cross-cutting nature of exemplary digital government research. Please visit the digital government conference website for more information and paper submission details.

Posted by Alexander Schellong at December 10, 2006 2:00 AM