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Latest dg.o 2006 Conference News:
"Integrating Information Technology and Social Science Research for Effective Government"
The 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research is a forum for the presentation and discussion of interdisciplinary research on digital government and its applications in diverse domains.
San Diego, California
May 21-24, 2006
|Call for Participation
dg.o 2006 Project Highlights
Submission Deadline: January 13, 2006
A project highlight submission consists of a two-page summary of the project plus a presentation consisting of eight to ten slides. The two-page summary should describe current project activities, summarize published or unpublished research contributions, and identify successes, challenges, and plans for the coming year. Learn more
dg.o 2006 Tutorials and International Research Workshops
Submission Deadline: January 24, 2006
Interested participants are invited to submit research papers, system demonstrations, posters, and proposals for tutorials and workshops for
dg.o 2006. Learn more
What are dg.o 2006 Tutorials?
dg.o Tutorials, first introduced at dg.o 2005, are half-day presentations offering deeper insight into the scientific and government domains, research topics or methods, technologies or field experience of veteran Digit al Government researchers. Learn more
International Research Workshops at dg.o 2006
The dg.o 2006 Program Committee invites proposals for International Research Workshops on any topic of shared interest among digital government researchers in different countries. Of particular relevance are topics of i nterest to researchers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. Learn more
I wanted to let you know in case you were preparing a proposal with the
expectation of submitting it in the coming Spring. In FY05 you were able
to submit your Digital Government proposals to the IIS Division- wide call for
proposals in April. This call has now been archive - please see:
If you go to this URL, you'll see the following notice:
Public Comment: NSF is not accepting proposals under the Information and
Intelligent Systems solicitation, NSF 05-551 in 2006 or future years. A new
solicitation is currently under development that will clarify and better define the
mapping of our program areas to the IIS organizational structure. We expect the
new solicitation will have Fall 2006 deadline dates.
The new solicitation will be posted at least 90 days prior to the deadline dates.
We had originally expected to accept FY06 IIS proposals
in about the same timeframe as in 05 - i.e. April-May 2006.
As you can see, though, this is now pushed out about 6 months.
Lawrence E. Brandt, Program Director
Digital Government Program
Division of Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS), Suite 1125
Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington VA 22230
|NEWS OF INTEREST:
DG Research continues to help e-Rulemaking
Writing software to help computers identify the unique, individual comments that have more value to regulators.
Regulators must work out the real-life details of the laws that have been passed. For those whose mandate is implementation, rather than legislation, the calculation is never as simple as counting up how many yeses vs. how many nos. Learn more
NSF Releases IT-Related Program Announcements
????Human and Social Dynamics
??? Next-Generation Cybertools
??? Cyberinfrastructure Team (CI-Team) Demonstration Projects
|A New Digital Government Society?
An ad hoc committee is studying the possibility of forming a Digital Government society to support the community and its events, including the annual conferences. Please join the online discussion here:
Mission and Name Discussion
News Beyond dg.o:
Small, Unmanned Aircraft Search for Survivors in Katrina Wreckage
Communications Networks Fail Disaster Area Residents
Technology to assist with the NO disaster: A Disaster Map 'Wiki' Is Born
LA. homeland chief pushes new communications system
First Responders' As First Priority
U.S. Lacks Unified Emergency Radio System
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- Submit calendar events: http://www.digitalgovernment.org/news/calendar_submit.jsp
- Research Community Directories: http://www.digitalgovernment.org/collaborate/communities/index.jsp
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