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Welcome Reception and Poster Exhibition


Wednesday, 3 April 2019 | 18:00 - 20:00 | RMIT Storey Hall


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The Welcome Reception and Poster Exhibition will be held at RMIT Storey Hall. The Welcome Reception is the first main event for networking available to all participants; it also marks the formal inauguration of the Poster Exhibition, which is permanent until the last day of the conference. Poster papers were welcomed for submission to describe ongoing work, including new ideas, initial results, open questions, development plans, etc. with potential to contribute to Digital Government research and practice. Their presentation during the Welcome Reception will stimulate discussion, create research-practice and research-policy connections, provide feedback to the authors, and nourish opportunities for international, multi-disciplinary and cross-sectoral collaboration.

*The Welcome Reception is included in the Full Registration. Additional tickets can be purchased during the registration process at 50 AUD per person. Dress Code: Conference Attire.

 

ACCEPTED PAPERS

  • Ensuring rights of the data subject in non-EU countries by Galbaatar Lkhagvasuren
  • Multi Cloud Micro Service Architecture for Government e-Market Place by Rajesh Narang
  • Blockchain for the verification of document integrity by Santiago Garcia Devis, Martha Liliana Pilonieta Albarracin and Sebastian Jaramillo
  • Approach for Measuring the Quality and efficiency of Data in the Context of Smart Cities Strategy: Case Study of Transport System by Ben Sta Hatem
  • Accelerating Government Digital Transformation in India- A Case Study by Sushil Prakash and I Gunalan
  • Convergence of Technology, Governance and Public Policy towards Sustainable Development: CRIG Framework by Ajay Adala
  • Thinking About Industrial Revolutions in Systems Theory - Moving Towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution by Aki Nagano
  • The Impact of Digital Governance on the Business Environment: the Case of Estonian Tax and Customs Board by Toomas Kästik
  • Contrasting the perceptions about Citizen Participation between Organized Civil Society and Government with an Open Government approach: the case of the State of Jalisco, Mexico by Edgar Alejandro Ruvalcaba-Gomez and Cesar Renteria
  • JAM: A Digital, Economic & Social Revolution by Athreya Mukunthan and Govinda Agarwal
  • E-GOVERNMENT AND CITIZEN EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA: ETHEKWINI METROPOLITAN CASE STUDY by Paul Kariuki, Lizzy Oluwatoyin Ofusori and Marialauda Goyayi
  • Yet Another Digital Disruption Assimilation Index as driver for growth and shared prosperity? by Deepak Bhatia, Klaus Tilmes and Saurabh Agarwal
  • Urban amenities in Rural Areas – National Rurban Mission (NRuM) by Ganesh Khadanga, Kabita Roy Das, Prashant Kumar Mittal and Deepak Chandra Misra
  • Bhuseva: Digital Transformation in Land Administration towards better Citizen Services by Gayatri P, Deepak Misra, Aditya Atluri and Radha Krishna K
  • Service Quality of e-Governance Services through Common Service Cetres (OSQ-CSC) in India: A Study Using Structural Equation Modeling by Vijaya Uthaman and Dr.Vasanthagopal Ramankutty
  • Building a framework for Trust Services in Uruguay by Jorge Prego, Jimena Hernández and Matías Jackson
  • On Existing Trends towards Creation of a Holistic Socio-technical Approach to e-Governance by Alexander Kosenkov, Ingrid Pappel and Dirk Draheim
  • Future of Digital Governance: Scenario Planning Approach by Meelis Kitsing
  • Personalizing eGovernment with Distributed Ledger Technology by Majed Ayyad
  • e-Governance and Digitalization of Indian Rural Development by Prashant Kumar Mittal and Deepak Chandra Misra
  • India’s Digital Platform: low cost and efficient model for Digital inclusion by Abhishek Aggarwal, Sanjeev Kumar Gupta and Ajai Kumar Garg
  • Digital government under a triple-helix scope: an analysis for policy design by Gerardo Israel Padilla Villarreal
  • An Evaluation of Motivations and Perceived Impacts of Open Government Data by Pin-Yu Chu and Feng-Wu Lee
  • Is Information Technology (IT) Education Industry-relevant and Gender-inclusive? Perspectives from Andhra Pradesh, India by Sundar Balakrishna
  • Towards e-Governance through a People’s Portal in India by Frank Michael and Timrawon Michaels
  • New Online Tools for Self-Assessment: Case of Russia by Mikhail Bundin, Aleksei Martynov, Maksim Prilukov and Viktoria Umanskaya
  • Rationalizing local planning processes for Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change Adaptation and Ecosystems Management and Restoration by Erwin Alampay
  • Building a Strong Foundation for Government Digital Transformation: The Case of Federal Government of Nigeria by Lukman Lamid, Isa Ibrahim Ali and Usman Abdullahi Gambo
  • Promoting Bug Bounty Hunters for Secured Digital India by Rama Krushna Das, Manisha Panda and Sweta Shree Dash
  • Enhancing Digital Government in Mauritius through Artificial Intelligence by Aneerav Sukhoo
  • Citizen Empowerment: Block Chain supported E-Governance in Dairy Cooperative Sector by Harekrishna Misra and Rama Krushna Das
  • The Digitization of Custom Administration and its Impacts on Enterprises Competitiveness. Case of Madagascar by Voahangy Rakotonirina and Harilanto Raoelson
  • The Private Sector as an E-Government Enabler by Ebenezer Agbozo
  • On opening sensitive microdata sets in light of GDPR: The case of justice domain microdata by Mortaza S. Bargh, Ronald Meijer, Marco Vink, Susan van den Braak and Sunil Choenni
  • How strong is my password? Understanding the perception of password strength in the developing world by Moinul Zaber, Tangila Islam Tanni, Tanjin Taharat and Sharkar Rumee
  • Toward Smart City Services: A Platform-Enabled Public-Private Collaboration Perspective by Felix Ter Chian Tan, Nan Zhang, Carmen Leong and Zhe Zhu
  • Blockchain-based Digital Currency and Financial Inclusion: Just a myth? by Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman, Soumaya Ben Dhaou and Joao Marco
  • Understanding the Development of e-Governance: A Study of the Relation between the Development of e-Governance, Institutions, Organizations, and Actors by Nele Leosk
  • Compliance with Open Data Principles: A Longitudinal Content Analysis of the Saudi's National Open Data Platform in 2016 and 2018 by Mohammed Gharawi and Hashim Alneami
  • e-Collaboration of Government Actors to Support Participatory Tourism Planning in Egypt by Ahmed Hachem, Ghada El Khayat, Hanan El Assar and Samar El Kasrawy
  • Big Data Analytics and the temptation of Scoring: A cross-case analysis of legal and regulatory frameworks on the practice of ‘social’ scoring in influential jurisdictions by Louis Geoffroy-Terryn

CHAIRS / SPEAKERS


Poster Exhibition Chair
Johanna Awotwi
Centre on e-Governance
Poster Exhibition Chair
Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen
United Nations University (UNU-EGOV)

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