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International Journal of Electronic Government Research
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The next generation of government is being defined by today's research. We invite you to join us in setting the global e-gov agenda by submitting your electronic government research to the: International Journal of Electronic Government Research.

Editors-In-Chief
Patricia Diamond Fletcher
Donald F. Norris
Published: Quarterly (print & electronic)
ISSN: 1548-3886 eISSN: 1548-3894

This is a call for research manuscripts related to electronic government. In specific, manuscripts are being solicited for Volume 1(4), October-December 2005. We encourage the academic and practitioner community to submit articles related to the mission of IJEGR. The deadline for V1(4) is December 1, 2004.

Mission:
The mission of the International Journal of Electronic Government Research is to publish the very best original scholarly research on the subject of electronic government, broadly defined, and to publish top quality articles about electronic government from the practice. To this end, we invite submission of papers from a variety of disciplines and perspectives. The members of the Editorial Board represent this international and multidisciplinary perspective.

Coverage:
The coverage of IJEGR is international and focused on original research in electronic government applications, management, and policy. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Best practices in e-government
  • Electronic government applications
  • Governance and electronic democracy
  • Impacts of electronic government
  • Information policy
  • Information security
  • Information privacy
  • Information access
  • Internal government processes and intranets
  • Measurement of performance
  • Strategic management of electronic government
  • Technology adoption and diffusion

Review Process:
A double-blind review is applied to all submitted manuscripts. Manuscripts for this call must be received, in electronic format (WORD), no later than December 1, 2004. All manuscripts must be sent directly to the editors at . Authors will be notified by February 1, 2005 of the outcome of the review process. Final manuscripts will be expected no later than March 15, 2005. Any question relating to the submission and acceptance process should be directed to the journals' editors. Please familiarize yourself with submission guidelines by visiting www.idea-group.com/ijegr.

For more information on submitting to the International Journal of Electronic Government Research, please visit our Web page atwww.idea-group.com/ijegr . Please visit our web site for more information about the journal and its Editorial Board.

Publisher:
The International Journal of Electronic Government Research is published by Idea Group Inc., publisher of "Idea Group Publishing," "Information Science Publishing," "IRM Press," "CyberTech" and "Idea Group Reference" imprints. For additional information about the publisher, please visit their Web site at www.idea-group.com.