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  E-Gov Emerging Topics
  E-Democracy
  E-Gov Security
  E-Gov Architecture
  E-Gov Organization
  E-Gov Services
  E-Policy
  Mobile Services


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41st Hawaii International Conference on
System Sciences (HICSS 41)

Electronic Government Track
Information Site

You can also find a short history of the E-Government track at HICSS at http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/Resume/ HICSS_SH_EGOV.html
Electronic Government Track Chair
Hans J (Jochen) Scholl
The Information School
University of Washington
Mary Gates Hall, Suite 370C
Box 352840
Seattle, WA 98195-2840, USA
Tel: 1-206-616-2543
Fax: 1-206-616-3152
jscholl@u.washington.edu
 
 
 
 
 
Important Deadlines and Information
Abstracts
 
Authors may contact Minitrack Chairs for guidance and indication of appropriate content at anytime.
 
June 15, 2007
 
Authors submit full papers to the Peer Review System, following Author Instructions found on the HICSS web site (www.hicss.hawaii.edu). All papers will be submitted in double column publication format and limited to 10 pages including diagrams and references. Papers undergo a double-blind review.
 
August 15, 2007
 
Acceptance/Rejection notices are sent to Authors via the Peer Review System.
 
September 15, 2007
 
Authors submit Final Version of papers following submission instructions on the Peer Review System web site. At least one author of each paper must register by this date with specific plans to attend the conference to present the paper. Early Registration fee applies.
 
October 2, 2007
 
General Registration fee applies until December 15.
 
October 15, 2007
 
Cancellation penalties apply after this date. After cancellation of registration, papers will not be included in the Proceedings.
 
December 1, 2007
 
Hotel rates are not guaranteed after this date.
 
December 15, 2007
 
On site registration fee applies after this date. No refunds after this date.
 

Over the past several years, the emergent study domain of electronic Government (e-Government, e-Gov) research (EGR), also referred to as digital government, has produced a rapidly increasing number of academic and practitioner contributions at HICSS and other leading conferences and journals around the world.

Electronic Government is distinct from “e-Business” or “e-Commerce.” Though at first glance the e-Gov initiatives as well as the underlying technologies in government practice may resemble the former, the agenda for EGR has turned out to be different and, maybe, even more complex than the former. Also, the implementation of Electronic Government appears to follow very different priorities and requirements, as do the organizational and political implications of Electronic Government, which may have even more far-reaching impacts than those of the private sector.

EGR is also distinct from traditional research agendas such as Public Management Information Systems (PMIS), Management Information Systems (MIS), or traditional Information Systems Research (ISR) in that it employs deliberately broader, pluralist, multidisciplinary, and interdisciplinary approaches drawing upon knowledge developed in various contributing fields ranging from public administration, political sciences, organization sciences, information science, sociology, computer science and engineering, psychology, communication, education, business administration, economics, and others. In EGR, we find the full spectrum of sciences from hard-pure, over hard-applied and soft-pure, to soft-applied, and also methods from purely qualitative to purely quantitative as well as novel multi-method approaches.
Instructions for Paper Submission
  • HICSS papers must contain original material not previously published, nor currently submitted elsewhere.
  • Consult the conference website (www.hicss.hawaii.edu) for the listing and description of Minitracks for HICSS-41.
  • (optional) Contact the Minitrack Chair(s) by email for guidance and verification of appropriate content.
  • Do not submit the manuscript to more than one Minitrack Chair. If unsure of which Minitrack is appropriate, submit abstract to the Track Chair for guidance.
  • HICSS will conduct double-blind reviews of each submitted paper.
  • Submit full paper according to detailed instructions found on the Peer Review System website.
HICSS conferences are devoted to advances in the information, computer, and system sciences, and encompass developments in both theory and practice. Invited papers may be theoretical, conceptual, tutorial or descriptive in nature. Submissions undergo a double-blind peer referee process and those selected for presentation will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Submissions must not have been previously published.
Conference Administration
Ralph Sprague, Conference Chair

Sandra Laney, Conference Administrator

Eileen Robichaud, Track Administrator
2007 Conference Venue
Hilton Waikoloa Village
425 Waikoloa Road
Waikoloa HI 96738
1-808-886-1234

Additional detail on the web site: www.hicss.hawaii.edu