ICEGOV2009 – ICEGOV2019
Conference theme

3rd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance

Bogotá, Colombia

10 - 13 November 2009

Summary

Statistics

Submitted papers (103) and published papers (74). 

Ring chart of submitted vs accepted papers (ICEGOV2009).

Acceptance rate (70%) and rejection rate (30%). 

Ring chart of acceptance vs rejection rate (ICEGOV2009).

Proceedings

Tomasz Janowski and Jim Davies (Eds.). 2009. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV2009). ACM Press, New York, USA. (ISBN: 978-1-60558-663-2)

Accepted Papers

#1
;  Matthias Finger
ID
#1
Abstract

E-Government is often conceived as the next logical step after public sector reform. However, the implications of this step are not always acknowledged. In this paper, I will first recall, how exactly e-government follows the various public sector reform efforts. I will then identify what this exactly means in terms of government’s various roles, namely telecommunications infrastructures, software solutions and platforms, and e-government services. For each of these three roles, I will finally detail what exactly is expected from government from a liberal perspective. In conclusion, I will summarize the various roles of government in promoting e-government in terms of an overall e-policy.

Keywords
e-Government; e-Governance; e-Policy; telecommunications policy; public sector reform
Authors
Matthias Finger
Conference
ICEGOV2009

Institutions

Patron
  • Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, Government of Colombia

 

Co-organized by
  • Center for Electronic Governance, United Nations University International Institute for Software Technology
  • Observatorio de Sociedad, Gobierno y Tecnologías de Información
  • Universidad Externado de Colombia
  • Programa Gobierno en Línea, Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, Colombia

Institutions