This track invites policy papers that are synthetic documents designed to enable outreach and impact, stemming from case studies, research projects, or other successful digital governance attempts in the public sector, written to include non-specialized audiences. Submitted papers should be a form of a report designed to facilitate policy-making, enclosing relevant findings and recommendations for the theory and practice in digital governance. Papers should provide enough background for the reader to understand the problem and convince them about the importance of the topic. Contributions to the public sector track will have the form of short papers, will have to be presented at the conference and will be part of the proceedings. One of the authors of a Public Sector Track paper has to be a representative of the public sector.
#27 - Selecting Indicators for the Smart City Pilot in Knowledge Oasis Muscat (KOM), Sultanate of Oman by Shaima Al Mahrooqi, Judy Backhouse
#71 - Methods and Tools in the Early Stages of Legislation by Moreen Heine, Matthias Schmid
#75 - Agility in Public Sector IT Projects by Moreen Heine, Maria Dietel
#160 - On the Impact of Technology on the Workforce of Government by Evert-Jan Mulder, Renz Davits
#177 - Smart Cities Governance: Lessons Learnt from Amsterdam by Rasha S. Al Abdali
#202 - Towards a Register-Based Census in Oman by Ali H Al-Lawati, Luís Soares Barbosa
#205 - Key Indicators for Justice: Evidence-based Research for Policy-Making by Mariana Lameiras, Delfina Soares, Soumaya I. Ben Dhaou, Maria João Costa