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Latest Program News:
dg.o2005 to Be Held in Atlanta, GA on May 16-18
The Call for Papers and the complete details of the 6th annual National Conference on Digital Government Research may be found here:
DG Team Is Mapping IT Strategies for Times of Emergency
Multi-agency research partnerships at Penn State are studying voice recognition and advanced GIS tools to speed map use and aid crisis management.
DG Researcher Explores Methods of Detecting Crisis Points
Scientists are experimenting with GIS-based methods of "hotspot" detection and prioritization, which could make for faster, more accurate responses to crises.
Report: Mass e-Mail Campaigns May Do More Harm than Good
A new report by University of Pittsburgh Prof. Stuart Shulman has found that mass e-mail campaigns directed at legislators may be "petitioning themselves into obscurity."
Report: Utilizing Scenario-based Design for Statistical Information Services
University of Syracuse IT scientist Carol Hert offers insight into and downloads of scenarios that her team developed for use in designing the National Statistical Knowledge Network.
Report: More Spending Needed for Defense and Security Supercomputing
U.S. needs for supercomputing to strengthen defenses and national security cannot be satisfied with current policies and levels of spending, says National Academies board
dg.o Conference Video Archive Now Online
Video interviews from the past five National Conferences on Digital Government Research are catalogued for viewing. More than 250 interviews, categorized by year and topic, can be found here:
PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS OF INTEREST:
Human and Social Dynamics
NEWS BEYOND DG.O:
NRC Project on e-Voting Issues a Call for Input
First Conference on e-Gov Interoperability Issues Call for Papers
EU Mobile Government Session Issues Call for Papers
Networking Technology and Systems Issues Program Announcement
International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society Issues Call
:: From Government Computer News ::
( http://www.gcn.com )
NASA Supercomputer Outpaces the Pack
Think Tank Slams Bush's e-Gov Efforts
Intel Community Looks to EA to Build Up Information Sharing
Smart Passport Field Narrows to Four
:: From the European Union's Information Society Technologies Results newsletter ::
Adding Reliability and Trust to Smartcards
Web Accessibility Best Practice for the Classroom
Getting the True Measure of Social Change
€ Secure Online Transactions Worth Talking About
Collaboration, Mediation and Integration for Distributed Development
OPENING OF INTEREST:
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