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Latest Program News:
GAO, Microsoft Speakers Confirmed for dg.o2004
The 5th Annual National Conference on Digital Government Research convenes May 24-26 in Seattle. GAO Chief Technologist Keith Rhodes's keynote address kicks off the gathering, which features system demonstrations, presentations on more than 40 Digital Government projects and an address by Craig Mundie, Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of Advanced Strategies and Policy for Microsoft.
The dg.o2004 review committee has begun examining more than 130 submissions to this year's conference. Notifications of acceptance will begin on March 12, and camera-ready versions must be submitted by April 2.
Tracking Cargo From Port to Loading Dock
Digital Government researchers in Los Angles are developing new methods of measuring freight flow by using Web services to mesh disparate data sources dynamically.
Digital Government Project Makes Traffic the Network
Researchers at Georgia Tech are experimenting with car-to-car wireless networks to model clearer routes through congested traffic.
Digital Government Research Program Deadline is March 1
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OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST:
MapStats Adds State, Local Data Tools to Powerful FedStats Platform
CISE Chooses ex-Lilly CIO to Lead Cyberinfrastructure Division
New Guide Outlines Key Success Factors for Government Collaborations
Coverage of same by Government Computer News:
Arming Computers with "Tripwires" and "Smokescreens" for Self-Defense
From Government Computer News:
Another Day, Another Doom: New Variants Are Spreading
Security analysts continue to identify new malicious code that is either a variation of the MyDoom worm or exploits computers that have been compromised by it.
To Nab Terrorists, DHS Will Plumb Trade Data
To detect money laundering by terrorists, drug smugglers and other criminals, the Homeland Security Department will buy new tools to analyze trade data.
Agency Taxonomies are a Tall Order, Experts Say
An agency building an enterprisewide taxonomy should expect to see more than a million categories within their design, according to the chief technology officer at a search engine company.
Improved USAJobs Site Attracting Hordes of Job Hunters
Federal job seekers are using the new USAJobs Web site at a rate of more than 10 times the previous site, the Office of Personnel Management said.
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF INTEREST:
Call for Papers: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Jan. 3-6, 2005 in Hawaii
Call for Papers: A Conference on The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication:
Places, Images, People, Connections June 10-11, 2004 in Budapest
Call for Papers: Sixth International Conference on E-Commerce (ICEC04)
(note the "E-government Services and Policy track") October 25-27 in Delft, the Netherlands
Conference: E-governance - Developing On-line Citizen Participation Tools
March 3-5th at the University of Ohio
OPENINGS OF INTEREST:
NSF - Deputy Director, Division of Shared Cyberinfrastructure (SCI) (Closes: 02/13/2004)
University of Albany, faculty positions
The university has officially posted the job announcements for the two faculty positions in the School of Information Science and Policy.
DEADLINES OF INTEREST:
March 1, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL TARGET DATES
February 24, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Information Technology Research for National Priorities
February 27, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Highly Dependable Computing and Communication Systems Research
March 2, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Foundations of Computing Processes and Artifacts
March 3, 2004: SINGLE INVESTIGATOR PROPOSALS AND TEAM PROPOSALS
March 3, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Human and Social Dynamics
March 4, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Science and Engineering Information Integration and Informatics (SEIII)
March 4, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE DUE
Formal and Mathematical Foundations
March 10, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program
March 15, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Emerging Models and Technologies for Computation (EMT)
March 31, 2004: CENTER-SCALE PROPOSALS
April 1, 2004: PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Sixth International Conference on E-Commerce (ICEC04)
April 14, 2004: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Research in Networking Technology and Systems
LATEST NSF PROGRAM INFORMATION:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for 2004 Information Technology Research (ITR) Solicitation
National Science Foundation FY 2004 Guide to Programs
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