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Paper Session 6

Thursday, 4 April 2019 | 10:30 - 12:30 | RMIT University


Track 6: Bridging Digital Government Research and Policy

This track examines the emerging visions for e-Government in research and practice, the technologies required to implement them, the regulatory frameworks and approaches that can be taken to accelerate innovation, productivity improvements and the transition from pilots to fully operational e-Government solutions.



  • The Perceptions of Public Officials on the Critical Issues Affecting e-Government Implementation in Nigeria: A Qualitative Approach by Olumoye Y Mosud
  • The Evolving e-Governance Curriculum: A Worldwide mapping of Education Programs by Demetrios Sarantis, Soumaya Ben Dhaou, Charalampos Alexopoulos, Alexander Ronzhyn, Gabriela Viale Pereira and Yannis Charalabidis
  • The Role of Context in IS Research: A Review of E-government Research in Developing Economies by Muhammad Priandi, Walter Fernandez and M.S. Sandeep
  • The Estonian Data Embassy and the Applicability of the Vienna Convention: An Exploratory Analysis by Nick Robinson, Laura Kask and Robert Krimmer
  • Digobot Analytics: Intelligent follow-up to the digital government policy in Colombia by Claudia Milena Rodriguez Alvarez and Oscar Javier Almanza Rodríguez
  • Critical factors for the adoption of e-government in developing countries: validation of a measurement model by Ayman Almukhlifi, Hepu Deng and Booi Kam
  • Toward an Enabler-Based Digital Government Maturity Framework: A Preliminary Proposal Based on Theories of Change by Cesar Renteria, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Theresa Pardo


Track 6 Chair
Paul Hector
UNESCO Regional Bureau for Sciences in the Arab States
Track 6 Chair
Marta Poblet Balcell
RMIT University