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dgOnline 4.0 - January, 2005

Welcome to the monthly newsletter for the National Science Foundation's Digital Government program. dgOnline is published for the NSF by the Digital Government Research Center at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute.

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Latest Program News:

dg.o2005 in Atlanta: Deadline is Approaching Fast
We invite you to submit research papers, Project Highlights, system demo abstracts, posters and tutorial proposals time to the National Conference on Digital Government Research. dg.o2005 convenes May 15 to 18, 2005 in Atlanta, GA, USA

Jan. 24, at 8 a.m. EST is the absolute deadline for submissions, which must be made online. Please note, there will be NO EXCEPTIONS to the deadline.

For details and submissions, please visit these pages:
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Important Deadlines:

This year, dg.o2005 occurs in collaboration with the IEEE 3rd Symposium on Intelligence & Security Informatics:

DG Study Calibrates Conflict Resolution
Researchers are developing a prototype online conflict resolution system to aid the mediation process with precise record-keeping, filing and communication.

DG Researchers Work to Bridge the Process Gap
A team of researchers at Harvard's National Center on Digital Government is studying the distance between government's e-rulemaking process and the public's understanding of government.

News Beyond dg.o:

Democracies Online Launches a Wiki to Share Best Practices
The UK Local e-Democracy Project is collaborating wih Steven Clift of DO-Wire to collect e-government "Best Practices" in a collaborative workspace known as a wiki.

TED e-Gov Conference Issues Call for Participation

:: From Government Computer News :: (

OMB Outlines e-Gov Goals for 2005

OMB Creates Single Policy Document for Web Requirement

Massive Hiring of Controllers May Delay New FAA Systems

SSA Lacks Checks for Assuring Data Accuracy, GAO Says

Government Web Sites Gain Favor with Public

GPO Outlines Digital Conversion Plans

:: From the European Union's Information Society Technologies Results newsletter ::

Maintaining Cryptographic Security in the Quantum Age

The BEST Solution for IT Implementation

Managing an Ocean of Information to Monitor Coastal Environments

Farm-to-Fork Traceability for the Fruit Sector

Multimedia Goes Multichannel for Producers and Users Alike

Mobile Access Network - Blueprint for an Open Market

Delivering the Digital Courier Service

Capitalising on Richer Web Data

As for Managing Knowledge, MUMMY Knows Best

A Locust's Eye View to Prevent Car Accidents

Intelligent Networking, Intelligent Manufacturing

  Enabling e-Commerce in Europes Less Favoured Regions


Fastlane Update

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for 2004 Information Technology Research

National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together -- Report of a Workshop (2005)

Utilization of Operational Environmental Satellite Data: Ensuring Readiness for 2010 and Beyond (2004)

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::::..... mack reed
::::..... dg.o communications manager
::::..... USC Information Sciences Institute
::::..... Digital Government Research Center
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