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dgOnline 3.9 - December, 2004

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 Issues Revised Call for Papers, Confirms Atlanta Venue
dg.o2005, the Sixth Annual National Conference on Digital Government Research will be held May 15-18, 2005 at the Westin Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A.

The latest Call for Papers includes an invitation to present proposals for tutorials and a new call for proposals to organize International Research Workshops.

For details and deadlines, please visit these pages:
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Swapping Secrets of the Double Helix
A Digital Government project at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government is studying the way criminologists share not just DNA data, but also "social capital."

DG Team Develops a Commons for e-Government
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and Ohio State are letting Pittsburgh citizens use a "virtual agora" to explore the way governments take input from constituents on issues large and small.

News Beyond dg.o
CTG Publishes Guide for Analyzing Public IT Investment

:: From Government Computer News ::
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With IPV6, DOD Is Again an Internet Leader

Microsoft's Next OS Will have IPV6 Built In

GAO Tells Forest Service to Recompete Recreation One-stop

NOAA Updates Policy on Weather Info Dissemination

Revised Draft Smart-Card Specs Expected by March

Industry Gives Bush Cybersecurity To-Do List

IRS Modernization Left with Lean Budget

Soldiers Get Virtual Home Visits

NSF Has Less R&D Money Under New Budget

FDA to e-Track Popular Drugs

Defense Continues its March Toward IPV6

DOD Conducts Real-Time Web Services Test

GAO to Investigate Voting Irregularities

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

Eyeing the Future of Ubiquitous Computing

A 'Seal of Approval' for Scytl's e-Voting Platform

A VISION for Knowledge Management's Future


Report of Blue-Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure


CISE/IIS Dear Colleague Letter

CISE Reorganization Information

Sensors and Sensor Networks Program Solicitation

International eGov Journal Issues Call for Papers

eChallenges e-2005 Issues Call for Papers

Open-Source Systems Conference Issues Call for Papers

e-GovInterop'05 Convenes Feb. 23-24 in Geneva, Switzerland

ESRI President Jack Dangermond to Address NCSE Conference

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