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Latest Program News:
dg.o2004 Reveals Deepening Research Field, Maturity of Studies and Community
With broader social science implications and new goals for expanding its scope, the 5th annual National Conference on Digital Government Research convened in Seattle.
Digital Government Community Looks to the Future
As dg.o2004 unfolded, the community began to show signs of new expansion and change. In the works: A new journal, a new Digital Government society and eventual independence from NSF support for the conference and online community.
EU/US Workshop Explores Potential DG Collaboration
A team of e-government researchers, administrators and business leaders meets with DG scientists and program managers to begin exploring a possible joint research agenda - and each side learns more about how Digital Government studies are carried out and technology implemented on the other side of the Atlantic.
dg.o2004 Demo Sessions Show Off Street Level Research
System demos at the conference included drought prediction tools, forest-protection data maps, a handheld system for treating diabetes among Navajos and more.
Conference Coverage in Other Media
Here are links to reports on dg.o2004 by Government Computer News and Federal Computer Week
Harvard Releases New e-Rulemaking Report
The National Center for Digital Government at Harvard's Kennedy School has released a new workshop report outlining an agenda for future research on e-rulemaking.
NEWS BEYOND DG.O
CISE Announces Computing Research Infrastructure Grants
National Academies Workshop to Explore Public Health Risks of Disasters
:: From Government Computer News ::
Jail Time Could Raise the Bar for Spammers
DHS Launches Technology Grant Program
Serious About Privacy
Cleansed Agency Data May Still ID Individuals
:: From the European Union's Information Society Technologies Results newsletter ::
Using biometrics to securely check virtual identities
A competitive boost for rail freight
New wireless network protocol for multi-hop networks
Controlling pollution through real time traffic management
Getting closer than ever to real-life disasters
Cruise control - even in traffic
Deepening east-west knowledge transfer
DEADLINES OF INTEREST:
June 7: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
International Research Network Connections (IRNC)
June 11: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Approaches to Combat Terrorism (ACT)
July 26: LETTER OF INTENT DEADLINE
Computing Research Infrastructure
August 23: FULL PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Computing Research Infrastructure
OPENING OF INTEREST:
Director, Division of Computing and Communication Foundation (CCF) and Director, Division of Computer and Network Systems (CNS) (Closes: 07/27/2004)
Head, National Science Foundation Tokyo Office, (Closes: 06/01/2004)
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