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dgOnline 4.2 - March, 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 dg.o2005 Conference News:

The 6th annual National Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o2005), convenes May 15-18 in Atlanta, GA:

This year, dg.o2005 is presented in collaboration with the IEEE 3rd Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics:

** Register for both conferences, and save $100 off of each one's registration fee ** Early-registration discount ends April 1 Save more by registering today for dg.o2005 at:

Tutorials and International Workshops Register now for these engaging tutorials and International Workshops. Conference registrants will receive a 50% discount on fees for these sessions: Tutorials:
  • "Building Working Partnerships: Government and the Academy"
  • "Data Confidentiality and Statistical Dislosure Limitation"
  • "Scientific Metadata: Making Data More Valuable"
  • Application of Social Network Analysis in Digital Government Research
  • Managing Interdisciplinary, Multi-Institutional Digital Government Research
    (or, Who says too many cooks spoil the soup?)

International Workshops:

  • Digital Government Systems Integration & Evaluation
  • E-Authentication Infrastructures and Their Interoperability: a Corner-Stone for the Third-Millennium Society


State Governments Grapple with Digital Archiving
The U.S. Library of Congress has launched an ambitious, 50-state project to explore and develop better, more uniform methods for governments to preserve and present documents and data now trapped in fast- obsolescing systems.

DG Team Re-Purposes the Helix
Researchers at the University of Maine are drawing interest from NASA, USGS, National Cancer Institute and tech-transfer firms with a simple, powerful tool for analyzing geospatial data over time.

NSF Releases IT-Related Program Announcements:
The National Science Foundation has announced five new funding opportunities that should be of great interest to the Digital Government research community: Next-Generation Cybertools:

Cyberinfrastructure Team (CI-Team) Demonstration Projects:

Partnerships for Innovation:

Broadening Participation in Computing:

Advanced Learning Technologies

News Beyond dg.o:

:: From Government Computer News ::
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Cold Case

House Panel to Probe FBI Case File System

House Eyes DHS Shake-Up

TopOff 4 to Take Place in Portland, Phoenix

DHS, Justice Launch Federal Data Model

Feds' Personal Data Goes Missing

IRS e-Filing Hits a Midpoint Record

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

Taking Java to the embedded market

Added reliability for safety-critical software

A scalable environment for the Semantic Web

Learning journeys: on the road to successful e-government

Engineering the services of tomorrow

Software validation testing tool gains plaudits

Adding more meaning from place searches

Adding semantics to the Web

Building open blocks for composite Web services

::: From the Village Voice :::

Are Al Quaeda Terrorists Using Your Computer?,essay,61085,2.html


International Journal of e-Gov Research Issues Call for Papers (Vol.2, Issue 1)

HICSS39 e-Gov Track Issues Call for Papers


Director, Division of Shared Cyberinfrastructure (SCI), ES-1550, CISE/SCI (Closes: 04/29/2005)

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::::..... USC Information Sciences Institute
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