Lois M. L. Delcambre, Genevieve Giuliano (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 2005 National Conference on Digital Government Research, DG.O 2005, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 15-18, 2005.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 89 Digital Government Research Center 2005
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Invited talks and system demonstrations
: Digital dreams: the future of e-government.
George S. Ake
: Capital wireless integrated network (CapWIN): building a bridge in transportation and public safety communications.
: Human-computer interaction themes in digital government: web site comprehension and statistics visualization.
Technology to support data gathering via the web
E-governance and public participation
policy, legislation and law
Alert and crisis management
, Homa Atabakhsh
, Jennifer Jie Xu
, Alan Gang Wang
, Byron Marshall
, Siddharth Kaza
, Chunju Tseng
, Shauna Eggers
, Hemanth Gowda
, Tim Petersen
, Chuck Violette
: Coplink center: social network analysis and identity deception detection for law enforcement and homeland security intelligence and security informatics: a crime data mining approach to developing border safe research.
G. P. Patil
: Geoinformatic hotspot systems (GHS) for detection, prioritization, and early warning.
Technology transfer and evaluation for e-government
Health care, i.t. and e-government
, Joseph N. Cappella
: Constructing electronic interactions among citizens, issue publics, and elites: the healthcare dialogue project.
E-government and community information systems
, David Stark
: NSF project highlights: policy made public: technologies of deliberation and representation in rebuilding lower Manhattan.
Technology evaluation and medical informatics
Motivating and enabling e-government
José A. B. Fortes
: Transnational digital government research project highlights.
User interfaces for integrating web-based information
Data integration and eco-informatics
Judith Bayard Cushing
, Tyrone Wilson
, Alan Borning
, Lois M. L. Delcambre
, Geoffrey C. Bowker
, Mike Frame
, John L. Schnase
, William Sonntag
, Janos Fulop
, Carol A. Hert
, Eduard H. Hovy
, Julia Jones
, Eric Landis
, Charles M. Schweik
, Lawrence Brandt
, Valerie Gregg
, Sylvia Spengler
: Eco-informatics and natural resource management.
Data quality and data mining
System demonstrations (a)
Hans Jochen Scholl
: Employing the mobility paradigm: the next big leap in digital government?
: Hotspot detection for chestnut oak regeneration.
, Xutong Niu
: Exploring the spatio-temporal variation of seagrass ecosystems in southern Tampa bay.
: Research in progress: a preliminary theoretical framework for understanding e-governance initiatives.
: Using GIS technology to assess the prudence of municipal growth through annexation.
, Yigal Arens
: Project highlight: digital government community-building and outreach.
: Searching for geospatial government-produced data.
System demonstrations (b)
Kincho H. Law
: ITR/IM+SII: a distributed information management framework (REGNET) for environmental laws and regulations.
, Michael Tyworth
: Integrated criminal justice systems: designing effective systems for inter-organizational action.
: National & municipal government websites: a comparison between the United States and China.
Student research papers
: Vertical datum conversion in the Lake Erie coastal area.
: CRM in the public sector: towards a conceptual research framework.
: Motivations for implementing e-government: an investigation of the global phenomenon.
Birds of a feather
William G. LeFurgy
: Long-term management and preservation of digital information dg.o2005 birds of a feather session.
Hans Jochen Scholl
: Digital government: the challenges of integration and interoperability dg.o2005 birds of a feather session.
Stuart W. Shulman
: Building new curricula for digital government studies dg.o2005 birds of a feather session.