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2007 Annual Report


Scholarly Papers


Scholarly Papers

BOOK

Digital Government: E-Government Research, Case Studies, and Implementation
H. Chen, L. Brandt, V. Gregg, R. Traunmueller, S.S. Dawes, E. Hovy, A. Macintosh, and C. Larson, eds. (Springer)

BOOK CHAPTERS

Introduction to Digital Government Research in Public Policy and Management
S.S. Dawes (In Chen, H., et al. eds., Digital Government: E-Government Research, Case Studies, and Implementation. Springer)

New Models of Collaboration for Delivering Government Services: A Dynamic Model Drawn from Multi-National Research
S.S. Dawes and O. Eglene (In Bhattacharya, Moonmoon, ed., E-Collaboration: An Introduction, Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press)

The New York State Website: Accommodating Diversity through a Distributed Management Structure
J.R. Gil-Garcia and S.S. Dawes (In Rocheleau, Bruce, ed. Case Studies on Digital Government. Idea Group)

Putting the Results in Broader Perspective
S.S. Dawes (In Wimmer, M and Codanogne, C., eds. Roadmapping eGovernment Research: Visions and Measures towards Innovative Governments in 2020. eGovRTD2020, European Commission Project IST-2004-027139)

Sustainable Cross-Boundary Information Sharing
T.A. Pardo, J.R. Gil-García and B. Burke (In Hsinchun Chen, Lawrence Brandt, Sharon Dawes, Valerie Gregg, Eduard Hovy, Ann Macintosh, Roland Traunmüller, and Catherine A. Larson, eds., Digital Government: Advanced Research and Case Studies. Springer)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Authority and Leadership Patterns in Public Sector Knowledge Networks
O.Eglene, S.S. Dawes, and C.A. Schneider (The American Review of Public Administration 37(1) March 2007, 91-113)

Geographic Information Technologies, Structuration Theory, and the World Trade Center Attack
T. Harrison, J.R. Gil-García, T.A. Pardo, and F. Thompson (Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(14), 2240-2254)

Interorganizational Information Integration: A key enabler for digital government
T.A. Pardo, and G.K. Tayi (Government Information Quarterly, Volume 24, Issue 4, Pages 691-715)

Invigorating Web site Management through XML: An e-government case from New York State
J.R. Gil-Garcia, J. Costello, T.A. Pardo, and D. Werthmuller (International Journal of Electronic Governance (1)1, 52-78)

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Assessing Capability for Justice Information Sharing
A.M. Cresswell, T.A. Pardo, and S. Hassan (Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Bridging Disciplines & Domains, pp. 122-130: Digital Government Society)

Building a Research-Practice Partnership: Lessons from a government IT workforce study
S.S. Dawes and N. Helbig (Proceedings of the 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences—HICSS’07, p. 104c, Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press) (best paper nominee for e-government track)

Cross-national Information Policy Conflict Regarding Access to Information: Building a conceptual framework
L. Zheng (Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Bridging Disciplines & Domains, pp. 202-211: Digital Government Society)

Emergence of the Governance Structure for Information Integration Across Governmental Agencies: A system dynamics approach
L.F. Luna-Reyes, D.F. Andersen, G.P. Richardson, T.A. Pardo, and A.M. Cresswell (Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Bridging Disciplines & Domains, pp. 47-56: Digital Government Society)

Government Leadership in Multi-Sector IT-Enabled Networks: Lessons from the response to the West Nile Virus outbreak
J.R. Gil-Garcia, T.A. Pardo, and G.B. Burke (Paper presented at "Leading the Future of the Public Sector”—The Third Transatlantic Dialogue, organized by the American Society for Public Administration and the European Group of Public Administration, Newark, Delaware, USA)

Informal Leadership and Networks: Lessons from the response to the West Nile Virus outbreak in North America
T.A. Pardo, J.R. Gil-Garcia, and G.B. Burke (Presented at the eChallenges e-2007 Conference, The Hague, The Netherlands. In Paul Cunningham and Miriam Cunningham, Eds. Expanding the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications, Case Studies. IOS Press, Amsterdam)

IT-Enabled Collaboration in Intergovernmental Settings: Lessons from the response to the West Nile Virus outbreak
T. Pardo, J.R. Gil-Garcia, and G.B. Burke (Paper presented at the 68th ASPA National Conference, organized by the American Society for Public Administration, Washington, DC)

Leadership and Cross-Boundary Information Sharing: Insights from the U.S. West Nile Virus outbreak
T.A. Pardo, J.R. Gil-Garcia, and G.B. Burke. (Paper presented at the 7th United Nations Global Forum on Reinventing Government, Vienna, Austria)

Scenario building for E-Government in 2020: Consolidating the results from regional workshops
M. Janssen, P. van der Duin, R.W. Wagenaar, M. Bicking, M. Wimmer, S.S. Dawes, and R. Petrauskas (Proceedings of the 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences—HICSS’07, p. 109b, Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press)

Structuration Theory and the Use of XML for Web Site Content Management in Government: Comprehensive prototyping as an induced change episode
J.R. Gil-García and A. Baker (Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Electronic Government, organized by DEXA 2007, Regensburg, Germany)

Understanding Context through a Comprehensive Prototyping Experience: A testbed research strategy for emerging technologies
J.R., Gil-Garcia, T.A. Pardo, and A. Baker (Proceedings of the 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences—HICSS’07, p. 104b, Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press)

CONFERENCE POSTERS

Advancing Return on Investment Analysis for Government Information Technology
A.M. Cresswell, T.A. Pardo, G.B. Burke, and L.V.Dadayan (Poster presented at the 8th International Digital Government Research Conference—dg.o 2007, Philadelphia, PA)

Building Government IT Workforce Capacity: A competency framework
N. Helbig and S.S. Dawes (Poster presented at the 8th International Digital Government Research Conference— dg.o 2007, Philadelphia, PA)

Understanding Inter-Organizational Information Integration in Government: An interdisciplinary study of politics, technology, and bureaucratic decision-making
J.R. Gil-Garcia, T.A. Pardo, G.B. Burke (Poster presented at the 2007 APSA Annual Meeting, organized by the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL)

Working Group on Comparative and Transnational Digital Government in North America
J.R. Gil-Garcia, N. Helbig, T.A. Pardo, L.F. Luna Reyes, and C. Navarrete (Poster presented at the 8th International Digital Government Research Conference—dg.o 2007, Philadelphia, PA)

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