The adoption and proliferation of digital government policies and initiatives in South East Europe and the Mediterranean region are rapidly reshaping national administrations, regions and municipalities in this multi-cultural but connected part of the world. This track explores the unique opportunities and challenges associated with governments and organisations in this region and seeks for good practices, case studies, innovative approaches, research or reflection papers that have a regional cover and contribute to the multicultural discussion and progress within the theme of the conference.
#1 - Adapting National Interoperability Frameworks Beyond EIF 3.0: The Case of Greece by Victoria Kalogirou, Antonios Ch. Stasis and Yannis Charalabidis
#2 - Factors Affecting Cloud Storage Adoption by Greek Municipalities by Niki Kyriakou and Loukis Euripides
#3 - Defining a Digital City Strategy in a Collaborative Way: The Case of Kavala, Greece by Yannis Charalabidis, Charalampos Papadopoulos and Athanasios Davalas
#4 - An Executive Project Management Approach to E-Government by Panagiotis Alexopoulos, Maria Smyrli, Vasilios Bagiokos, Ioannis Kokaras and Theodora Petroula
#5 - Digital Transformation of Public Services and Administration - a Case Study: Bulgaria by Linda Bower