Program conference EGOV within DEXA 2002

Status August 30, 2002


Monday, September 2, 2002


8.30 – 9.00                 Opening


9.00 – 10.00               Invited Talk of DEXA Conference


Issues in Monitoring the Web

Serge Abiteboul, INRIA and Xyleme SA, France



            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


            12.30 – 14.00  Lunch


Session 1:                Framework I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Roland Traunmüller



Lenk K., Traunmüller R.; Germany, Austria


Centralization Revisited? Problems on Implementing Integrated Service Delivery in the Netherlands

Kraaijenbrink J.; The Netherlands



            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 2:                Framework II

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Klaus Lenk


From Websites to E-Government in Germany

Klumpp D.; Germany


BRAINCHILD, building a constituency for future research in Knowledge Management for local Administrations

van Rossum M., Chauvel D., Mangham A.; The Netherlands, France, UK


Organizing for online service delivery: The effects of network technology on the organization of transactional service delivery in Dutch local government

Hoogwout M.; The Netherlands


Public Sector Process Rebuilding Using Information Systems

Andersen K.V.,  Denmark

Tuesday, September 3, 2002


9.00 – 10.00             Invited Talk of EC-Web Conference


Enabling Virtual Enterprises  -  A case for multi-disciplinary research

Igor Hawryszkiewycz, University of Technology, Sydney



            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


Session 3:                Framework III

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Fernando Galindo


What is needed to allow e-citizenship?

Posch R.; Austria


Private sanctity - e-practice overriding democratic rigor in e-voting

Grönlund A.; Sweden


Reconfiguring the political value chain: the potential role of Web services

Virili F., Sorrentino M.; Italy



            12.30 – 14.00  Lunch


Session 4A:             Digital Olympics 2008: Creating the Digital Beijing

14.00 – 14.30

Chair: Reinhard Posch


The E-GOV Action Plan in Beijing

Chen X.; China



Session 4B:             Knowledge Management I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: N.N.


The POWER light-vision: Improving Legal Quality under Time Pressure

van Engers T., Vanlerberghe R.A.W.; The Netherlands


Intranet “SaarlandPlus” – Enabling New Methods of Cooperation within the Ministerial Administration

Gursch B., Seel C., Güngöz Ö.; Germany


E-Learning for e-Government

Klein M.R., Dang J.; France



Session 4C:             Requirements

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Efhimios Tambouris


Assessing e-government implementation processes: A pan-European survey of administrations officials

Heinderyckx F.; Belgium


A One-Stop Government Prototype Based on Use Cases and Scenarios

Glassey O.; Switzerland


Reflections on the Requirements Gathering in an One-Stop Government Project

Krenner J.; Austria



            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 5A:             Electronic Service Delivery I

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Martin van Rossum


Size Matters – Electronic Service Delivery by Municipalities?

Leenes R., Svensson J.; The Netherlands


Administration 2000 – Networking Municipal Front and Back Offices For One-Stop Government

Jacumeit V.; Germany


Visualization of the Implications of a Component based ICT Architecture for Service Provisioning

Wagenaar R., Janssen M.; The Netherlands


Citizen Relationship Management : the new People Search Engines in French cities

Noubel J.-F.; France



Session 5B:             Knowledge Management II

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Maria A. Wimmer


Multi-Level Information Modeling and Preservation of eGOV Data

Marciano R., Ludäscher B., Zaslavsky I., Moore R., Pezzoli K.; USA


E-government and the Internet in the Caribbean : an initial assessment

Durrant F.; Jamaica


Towards Interoperability amongst European Public Administrations

Fernàndez A.; Spain


Supporting Administrative Knowledge Processes

Staniszkis W.; Poland



Session 5C:             Business Process Reengineering

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Igor Hawryszkiewycz


Understanding and Modelling Flexibility in Administrative Processes

Klischewski R., Lenk K.; Germany


Business process management - as a method of Governance

Falck M.; Germany


Proposal for a Dutch Legal XML Standard

Boer A., Hoekstra R., Winkels R., van Engers T., Willaert F.; The Netherlands, Belgium

Wednesday, September 4, 2002


9.00 – 10.00             Invited Talk of DaWaK Conference

Chair: Yahiko Kambayashi


Text Mining Applications of a Shallow Parser

Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp, Belgium



            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


Session 6A:             Electronic Service Delivery II

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Marcel Hoogwout


The experience of German local communities with e-government - results of the MEDIA@Komm project

Siegfried T.; Germany


Electronic Public Service Delivery Through Online Kiosks: the User's Perspective

Ashford R., Rowley J., Slack F.; UK


FASME - From Smartcards to Holistic IT-Architectures for Interstate E-Government

Riedl R., Maibaum N.; Switzerland, Germany



Session 6B:             Designing Innovative Applications I

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Michel Klein


Public-Private Partnerships to Manage Local Taxes: Information Models and Software Tools

Bochicchio M.A., Longo A.; Italy


E-MuniS- Electronic Municipal Information Services - Best Practice Transfer and Improvement Project: Project Approach and Intermediary Results

Dobrev B., Stoewer M., Makris L., Getsova E.; Germany, Greece, Bulgaria


Towards a Trustful and Flexible Enviroment for Secure Communications with Public Administrations

Lopez J., Mana A., Montenegro J., Ortega J., Troya J.; Spain



Session 6C:             Electronic Democracy

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Ake Grönlund


Voting in the New Millenium: eVoting holds the promise to expand citizen choice

Watson  A., Cordonnier V.; Australia, France


Discourse Support Systems for Deliberative Democracy

Gordon T.F., Richter G.; Germany


Citizen Participation in Public Affairs

Macintosh A., Smith E.; UK



            12.30 – 14.00  Lunch


Session 7A:             IST-Projects I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Tom van Engers


An Approach to Offering One-Stop e-Government Services – Available Technologies and Architectural Issues

Gouscos D. , Laskaridis G., Lioulias D., Mentzas G., Georgiadis P.; Greece


E-Governance for Local System: a Plan and Implementation Experience

Maioli C.; Italy


Transactional e-Government Services: an Integrated Approach

Vassilakis C., Laskaridis G., Lepouras G., Rouvas S., Georgiadis P.; Greece



Session 7B:             Designing Innovative Applications II

14.00 – 15.00

Chair: Francesco Virili


Supporting efficient multinational disaster response through a web-based system

Aedo I., Díaz P., Fernández C., de Castro J.; Spain


ESED - a documentation on official tax guide lines

Kocman V., Stöger-Frank A., Ulreich S.; Austria



Session 7C:             Panel: The Teaching of eGovernment

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Fernando Galindo


Past: "EULISP"

Saarenpää A.; Finland


Present: "Legal Network for Inforamtion Society"

Petrauskas R., Traunmüller R.; Lithuania, Austria


Future: "Concrete Masters"

Morrison J., Lenk K.; UK, Germany



            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 8A:             IST-Projects II

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Antoinette Moussalli


Electronic vote and internet campaining : state of the art in Europe and remaining questions

Monnoyer-Smith L., Maigret E.; France


A Citzen Digital Assistant for e-Government

Maibaum N., Sedov I., Cap C.H.; Germany


A System to Support e-Democracy

Paralic J., Sabol T., Mach M.; Slovakia


IST-project: AIDA – a platform for Digital Administration

Edl A.; Austria



Session 8B:             General Discussion: Knowledge enhanced e-Government

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Maria A. Wimmer


Session 8C:             Curriculum for Master Students: The Teaching of eGovernment

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Fernando Galindo


Groupwork Curricular: For admittance please contact the Chair Galindo F.; Spain

Thursday, September 5, 2002


Session 9A:             IST-Projects III

9.00 - 10.00

Chair: Dieter Klumpp


IST Project: KEeLAN

Ossandon J.; Italy


eGovernment Observatory

Dawkins F., Belgium



Session 9B:             Electronic Service Delivery III

9.00 - 10.00

Chair: Ann Macintosh


The Immanent Fields of Tension Associated With E-Government

Petrovic O.; Austria


VCRM - Vienna Citizen Request Management

Wustinger J., Jakisch G., Wohlmannstetter R., Riedel R.; Austria



            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


Session 10A:           IST-Projects IV

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Witold Staniszkis


CITATION - Citizen Information Tool in smart Administration

Anagnostakis A., Sakellaris G.C., Tzima M., Fotiadis D.I., Likas A.; Greece


Clip Card: smart card based traffic tickets

Frenkiel M., Grison P., Laluyaux P.; France


VISUAL ADMIN – Opening Administration Information Systems to Citizens

Drion B., Benamou N.; France




Session 10B:           Implementing eGOV I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Dimitris Gouscos


Best Practice in e-Government

Makolm J.; Austria


e-Government Applied to Judicial Notices and Inter-registrar Communications in the European Union:  The AEQUITAS Project

Diez C., Prenafeta J.; Spain


The Concept of an Active Life-Event Public Portal

Vintar M., Leben A.; Slowenia


New Services through integrated eGovernment

Pfaff D., Simon B.; Germany



            12.30 – 14.00  Lunch


Session 11A:           IST-Projects V

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Freddie Dawkins



Ossandon J.; Italy


Requirements for Transparent Public Services Provision amongst European Public Administrations

Tarabanis K., Peristeras V.; Greece


CB-BUSINESS: Cross-Border Business Intermediation through Electronic Seamless Services

Legal M., Mentzas G., Gouscos D., Georgiadis P.; Greece



Session 11B:           Implementing eGOV II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Kim Viborg Andersen


Risk Assessment & Success Factors for eGovernment in a UK Establishment

Evangelidis A., Akomode J., Taleb-Bendiab A., Taylor M.; UK


Quo Vadis eGovernment? – A Trap between Unsuitable Technologies and Deployment Strategies

Hoegler T., Schuster T.; Germany


A new approach to the phenomenon of eGovernment: Analysis of the public discourse on eGovernment in Switzerland

Yammine A.; Switzerland



            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 12A:           IST-Projects VI

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Rimantas Petrauskas


Bridging the Digital Divide with AVANTI Technology

Moussalli A., Stockes C.; UK


An Integrated Platform for Tele-Voting and Tele-Consulting within and across European Cities: The EURO-CITI project

Tambouris E.; Greece


EURO-CITI Security Manager: Supporting Transaction Services in the E-Government Domain

Ioannidis A., Spanoudakis M., Priggouris G., Eliopoulou C., Hadjiefthymiades S., Merakos L.; Greece


SmartGov: A Knowledge-based Platform for Transactional Electronic Services

Georgiadis P., Lepouras G., Vassilakis C., Boukis G., Tambouris T., Gorilas S., Davenport E., Macintosh A., Fraser J., Lochhead D.; Greece, UK



Session 12B:           Technical Issues I

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Reinhard Riedl


The Role of the Citizen Cards in e-Government

Menzel T., Reichstädter P.; Austria


Indicators for privacy violation of  internet sites

Klewitz-Hommelson S.; Germany


Verifiable Democracy a protocol to secure an electronic legislature

Desmedt Y., King B.; USA


Arguments for a Holistic and Open Approach to Secure e-Government

Hof S.; Switzerland

Friday, September 6, 2002


            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


Session 13:              Legal I

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Thomas Menzel


Self regulation in e-government: a step more

Galindo F.; Spain


UK Online: Forcing citizen involvement into a technically-oriented framework?

Leith P., Morison J.; UK


Data Security: A Fundamental Right in the E-Society?

Saarenpää A.; Finland


            12.00 – 14.00  Lunch


Session 14:              Legal II

14.00 – 15.00

Chair: Philip Leith


Legal Design and E-Government: Visualisations of Cost & Efficiency Accounting in the wif! E-learning Environment of the Canton of Zurich (Switzerland)

Brunschwig C.; Switzerland


The First Steps of E-Governance in Lithuania: from Theory to Practice

Augustinaitis A., Petrauskas P.; Lithuania



            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break